Modern and welcoming: NoHo Senior Arts Colony Apartment Features

October 19th, 2018

Have you ever been inspired about an apartment? At NoHo Senior Arts Colony, inspiration is everywhere. This independent living community has it all, including sophisticated apartments and contemporary features. With a wide variety of floor plan designs, we know you’ll find something that reflects your style. The gourmet kitchens come with a full modern appliance package. Cooking will never the same. These spacious 1- and 20-bedroom residences also include designer finishes and fixtures such as granite countertops. Enjoy fresh breezes and relaxing moments on your very own private patio/balcony with a good book. For your convenience, we’ve got in-home washers/dryers. No more lugging your laundry to a faraway laundry room! Get the beautiful new apartment you deserve at NoHo Senior Art Colony today and apply now!


Oktoberfest at the Fairplex

October 2nd, 2018

Discover the vibrant world of German culture at Oktoberfest at the Pomona Fairgrounds from October 5-20. This hugely popular celebration includes a festive celebration of German culture, Oom-pah music, dancing, and more. Authentic German food will include bratwurst, fresh pretzels, kraut, sausages of all kinds, pickles, bread, and tasty desserts. Of course, there will be a wide variety of traditional style wheat beer. To add some unique flavor to the mix, there will be DJ’s, rock tribute bands, taco food trucks and more.


Celebrate L.A.: Sept 30

September 25th, 2018

Are you ready for a completely immersive experience in fun?! Of course you are! Celebrate L.A. features 1,800 musicians, dancers, artists, and even the LA Philharmonic. This dynamic outdoor festival takes place across an 8 mile route at 6 different spots and is FREE. What? A free concert at the Hollywood Bowl?! Yep, it’s true! It all leads to a concert at the iconic Hollywood Bowl with jazz legend Herbie Hancock and the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles.


Artsy amenities at NoHo Senior Arts Colony

September 21st, 2018

If you are an artist, wanna be artist, or just like being in a creative environment, our community is definitely for you. Our spacious and industrial style visual arts studio is a popular place. Here, residents can learn painting, drawing, stay inspired and so much more. Classes are taught by college level professionals in a semester type system. Lifelong learning is one of our favorite things here by design. Learn more about our creative amenities.


Beachy keen: Abbot Kinney Festival in Venice

September 19th, 2018

Take a trip to the beach for some cool tunes, artsy fun, and good times. The Abbot Kinney Festival is FREE and takes place from Venice Blvd to Main Street in Venice. There will be four stages of live music, gourmet food trucks, a beer garden, and children’s rides. True to Venice, there will lots of original art and inspiration too. The festival will take place on September 30.


Book it! Leimert Park Village Book Fair

August 23rd, 2018

Seriously, can one ever have enough books?! Experience a full day of literary goodness at the Leimert Park Village Book Fair. There will be educational workshops, author meet & greets, book signings, writing workshops, and more. Enjoy poetry readings, live music, and food trucks too. Bring the grandkids because there will be a Children’s Pavilion. The festival takes place on August 24 from 10am-5pm at 3650 West Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, Los Angeles 90008.


A Good Kind of Drama: The Road Theatre Company at NoHo Senior Arts Colony

August 1st, 2018

Did you know that NoHo Senior Arts Colony has our very own professional theatre as one of our special amenities?! We do! It’s home to the prestigious Road Theatre Company who produce top-rated theatrical productions. Our beautiful theatre is stadium style with 78 seats. It offers a uniquely up close and personal experience to enjoy incredible acting and writing. The Road Theater Company has been providing unique performances for over 25 years. They celebrate unique voices, diversity, and all ages with powerhouse productions.

Their mission:
We believe it is essential for the health of the American ethos to advance the larger theatrical conversation of our national culture. Through this dialogue we animate and inspire both our artists and audiences with the realization that through art and action we are lifted into the searching of soul, the revelation of humanity, the awareness that we are not alone and the struggle to make sense of our existence on this earth – as it is and as we wish it to be.