The area of Los Feliz, Silver Lake and the Hollywood Hills is a growing, dynamic, eclectic slice of Los Angeles with enough issues and interesting people, places and stories to tell that we felt it deserved its own newspaper.
Since the successful launch of the Los Feliz Ledger in 2005, we have caught on with local residents and business leaders as the source for area information, news and guidance for goods and services.
Currently, we distribute 34,500 copies to homes and business on the last Thursday of each month. Research shows there is a “pass-a-long” factor of three times that amount, as the newspaper is passed from reader to reader in a household or business. For Ledger advertisers, that represents 100,000 potential readers each month.
Not only do we deliver these potential new customers, but we bring to you active and community-minded customers. Readers have told us time and time again they support the paper’s advertisers as a way of demonstrating their own commitment to community.
Whether it’s helping local readers understand how complex city, county, state or nationwide issues affect them, or a story about the first “Princess of Silver Lake,” or a local firefighter receiving a commendation for heroism, the Ledger, as one reader put it, is “a great big, small-town newspaper.”
Allison Cohen Ferraro
Say hello to your 2011 BID! President-Chris Serrano, Coldwell Banker. Vice-President & Special Events committee chair-Ermanno Neiviller, Il Capriccio. Treasure-Rosa Palencia, Citibank. Secretary-Dustin Lancaster, Bar Covell. Board members, Melissa Tornay, Primrose Organics Salon-Marketing/PR committee chair. Claudia …Hipolito, Coldwell Banker-Beautification/Parking committee chair. Laura Springer, Springer Chiropractic-Communications committee chair. Mark Cianciulli & Brett Purt, Solutions Denim-Administration committee chair Tony Fanara, Palermo’s, Dana Premer, Hotel deVille & Nina Fayad, Alberto Salon(not in photo).
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