Chris Laib

Los Feliz Improvement Association

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Los Feliz resident and President of the Los Feliz Improvement Association, which advocates for the rights of local property owners

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In August, LA’s Greek Theatre staged 21 concerts—more than Staples Center, the Forum, Nokia Theater and the Hollywood Palladium combined.

Who’s Really In Charge at LA’s Greek Theatre?

In August, LA’s Greek Theatre staged 21 concerts—more than Staples Center, the Forum, Nokia Theater and the Hollywood Palladium combined.

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