I started in Koreatown (where I live) and made my first stop The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) at 9th and Grand Street in Downtown Los Angeles.
Maybe the flier would strike the interest of a costume enthusiast! You never know. I put up a flier in the cafeteria between ads for roommates and women's wear sales.
I had an overdue library book so my next stop was the downtown Central Library at 5th and Fig.
|View from the top floor of the Central Library|
I returned my book, dropped off a flier, and headed through the 2nd street tunnel to the Bob Baker Marionette Theater at 2nd and Glendale.
This place is great. I've been to see the Halloween "Spooktacular" show and it is absolutely delightful. I'm so happy that the Bob Baker Theater exists. Highly recommend visiting if you get the chance.
There wasn't a show going on, but the backdoor was ajar and a lady inside was nice enough to take my flier to put up.
Next, I biked north to Silverlake Boulevard where I stopped into the store YOLK. I dropped off a flier and bought my friend a baby shower gift.
I continued north on the west side of the Silverlake Reservoir. It was about noon by this time and absolutely gorgeous. Sunny with a nice breeze.
This is where my bike route got tricky because I wanted to drop off a flier at Upright Citizens Brigade Theater on Franklin. Traffic was backed up and Franklin gets pretty narrow. When I got up to UCB I didn't feel much like leaving a flier. I got intimidated, UCB seems very cool to me. Also, I stole a DVD there one time a LONG time ago. I decided to keep biking.
Last stop for fliering was Rocket Video on La Brea. Rocket is run by my pal Jeff Miller who is graciously helping me out with the show. He also puts on fun events at Rocket like Match Game and movie nights.
By then I was STARVING! I walked down the street from Rocket to Susina Bakery where I got this ridiculously delicious piece of cake.
And ate it all before hopping on my bike and returning to Koreatown.
I totally enjoyed my adventure in fliering. Hoping you are able to get out and enjoy this weather too!