Just in time for weekend reading: a collection of stories about Arts District and by or featuring its residents and businesses -- some old, some new. Got anything to share? ~ #MRB Lowe Enterprises and Megatoys Start Construction of Apartment Development in Los Angeles' Arts District by...

EightyTwo founders Scott Davids and Noah Sutcliffe at Missile Command. © Photo by Melissa Richardson Banks www.downtownmuse.com

The Arts District will soon be the home to a classic arcade bar with a contemporary flair founded by Downtown residents and native Angelenos Scott Davids and Noah Sutcliffe. Expected to open later this year, EightyTwo will feature a curated selection of over 40 fully restored (and playable) arcade and pinball machines from the 1960s to the 1990s (many rare and unique - SEE FULL LIST BELOW). Paying homage to the gaming culture of decades past, EightyTwo celebrates the "Golden Age of the Arcade." [caption id="attachment_42124324179" align="alignleft" width="240"]Reflections of a neighborhood - past, present, future - from window of forthcoming EightyTwo. © Photo by Melissa Richardson Banks www.downtownmuse.com Reflections of a neighborhood - past, present, future - from window of forthcoming EightyTwo. © Photo by Melissa Richardson Banks www.downtownmuse.com[/caption]

View and buy paintings, sculptures, installation and other artworks submitted by local artists during this one-day pop-up art competition and fundraiser for Art Share LA. Held in the nonprofit community center’s Warehouse Gallery, the show takes place on Sunday, September 8 @ 4:00 PM to...