Toluca Lake Magazine Issue Archive
As someone whose thriving career is a testament to the power of overcoming your fears and pushing your limits, travel journalist Kellee Edwards is our ideal guide for emerging back into the world, whether you’re embarking on an international voyage, planning a road trip or contemplating an outing to a new place in the neighborhood. In addition to her recommendations, we’ve put together our own compendium of more than 40 fun ways to savor the season in and around the city. Meanwhile, because every adventurer needs a home base that’s just right for them, we’re bringing you our second annual real estate resource guide, where 10 local pros offer their expertise on the current market and tips for buyers and sellers. And this issue also features coverage of recent neighborhood events and profiles of some people who make our community special, including the dedicated volunteers of the North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry, who are working generously to address food insecurity among our neighbors.
Kellee Edwards has built her life and career around being on the move. So how did this globetrotting dynamo find her home base in a quiet little neighborhood like Toluca Lake?
From concerts and films to food festivals and sporting events, our guide offers a taste of what to expect this season to help get you started on planning your excursions in and around the city.
Through the North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry, local congregations, individual volunteers, schools and community groups have been working to address hunger in the East Valley area for nearly 40 years.
We’ve turned to top local agents to answer the most pressing questions about the market, the services they offer, and tips for seasoned and aspiring homeowners and property investors.
In a neighborhood with as much history as Toluca Lake, it’s easy for Kim Everett, owner of The Perfect Parrot, to forget how big a milestone being in business for nearly 15 years is.
Ada Pasternak’s journey to Toluca Lake has had many stops along the way. Despite living all over the globe, she’s had one constant presence in her life — music.
On February 22, over 20 volunteers gathered at Harmony Toluca Lake on Cahuenga for the Toluca Lake Homeless Count.
The laugh-out-loud Fritz Coleman Comedy Benefit raised approximately $13,000 for the Toluca Lake Chamber of Commerce.
Harmony Toluca Lake resumed celebrating Easter in person this year and invited the whole Toluca Lake community to join in the fellowship, food and fun.
This TLM issue’s cover story has been over two years in the making.
Bagel is a beagle, dachshund and Chihuahua mix and a very sweet soul.