Always a home to creative geniuses, Toluca Lake holds a notable spot in holiday-music history: One of the most popular seasonal tunes of all time, “The Christmas Song” by Mel Tormé and Robert Wells, was written here.
Extraordinary people live in our midst. On any given night at Prosecco Trattoria, you may be lucky enough to run into one of them: 96-year-old Jack Rogo, one of the few remaining survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
This gentle 14-year-old rescue cat loves waking his family up early, snuggling at the foot of the bed, and following his human mom, Susanne, around the house and garden until she feeds him breakfast.
While flipping through our premiere issue, Toluca Lake resident Angela Niemeyer was struck by the vibrant tiled steps that Senior Editor Sarah Scott pointed out as one of her favorite architectural details of the neighborhood.
Festive Fun at the Garry Marshall Theatre and The Troubadour Theater Company’s Holiday Tradition Continues!
In July, the Falcon Theatre officially ended its 20-year run, simultaneously relaunching itself as the Garry Marshall Theatre, in honor of its beloved late founder.