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Laughlin Park

By | September 13, 2013

Laughlin Park Links

Griffith Park Observatory
The Greek Theatre
The Derby
Fred 62
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Several notable sites in Los Feliz include the following:

John Marshall High School is a high school in Los Angeles, California. Marshall, which serves grades 9 through 12, is a part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Marshall is named after jurist John Marshall, who served as Chief Justice of the United States for three decades.
The school is located at 3939 Tracy Street in the Los Feliz district of the city, northeast of Hollywood. Students at Marshall primarily come from Los Feliz, Atwater Village, East Hollywood, northeastern Koreatown, Elysian Valley, and Silver Lake; some are bussed from overcrowded schools in South Los Angeles and Westlake. Melrose Hill is zoned to Marshall, but most residents of that neighborhood send their children to private schools

Shots of Marshall have been used for a variety of movies and television series, most notably Mr. Novak, Boy Meets World, Smart Guy, Sister, Sister, Grosse Pointe Blank, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Can’t Hardly Wait, Rebel Without a Cause, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Boston Public, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Pretty in Pink and Grease.

Another notable site of interest is Barnsdall Park. Barnsdall Art Park is Located at the crest of Olive Hill overlooking the city of Los Angeles, Barnsdall Art Park had its beginning in the early 1900’s when Aline Barnsdall came West with plans to develop a theatre company. When Aline Barnsdall donated the Park and its Frank Lloyd Wright designed structures to the City of Los Angeles to the City of Los Angeles in 1927, she wished to provide an accessible arts center, incorporating and preserving the famous Hollyhock House as a vital component. The spirit of Barnsdall’s intention was to maintain an active arts center for the community was assured longevity.

Programs and exhibits became a part of the mission of the Park, programs that are used by thousands of Los Angeles community members as well as visitors from throughout the world. 4800 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90027-5390