One of the reasons Levitt concerts are so special is that people from all backgrounds find a place on the Levitt lawn. So it’s not surprising that among the fans at a Levitt Los Angeles concert is Lucha Libre wrestling champion, Blue Fish. Continue reading →
If you’ve ever commuted in the city, you’ve been here.
You’re in a crowded train or bus, or maybe just alone in a car. It’s taken 20 minutes to move a mile during this particular commute. You cast longing glances at any pedestrians you can see walking by, and you’re pretty sure that the cyclist who carefully navigated between cars ten minutes ago is already two-to-three miles up the road. But there’s a reason you didn’t bike or walk: maybe there are just too many cars and you don’t feel safe, or maybe there’s not even a sidewalk. Continue reading →
Jack Tracy is learning to ride his bike in the same park where he sees free, live kid’s concerts all summer long.
Jack and his mom, Natalie, live within walking distance of Pasadena’s Memorial Park, home to Levitt Pavilion Pasadena. “This park is a huge reason why we’re in this neighborhood,” says Natalie. “I never thought we’d find that in a city for our child.” Continue reading →