DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES – Spring Street’s Bolt Barbers got a distinguished visitor this week, when Dick Van Dyke dropped by. On Monday, July 26, the legendary actor — whose career includes his own television show as well as appearances in films such as Mary Poppins and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, showed up to pick the first winner, a
Bolt Barbers presents Matt Larson! Please come by and see Matt’s incredible artwork! It is on view from February 10th–March 10th. Born 1982 in Michigan. Unremarkable. Attended Michigan State University and received a BFA in Painting from RMCAD 2006. My art is conceived in many different ways. As a result, it has no singular ambition.
Bolt Barbers is proud to present Robbie Schoen’s Mixed Media Instrument Series. Schoen was born on the banks of the Willamette River in Portland , Oregon. His parents told him he was an artist when he was 5 years old. At the age of 13, Schoen’s stepfather told him his hands were insured for a million
Whew. We’ve Opened! On behalf of Shear, Shave, & Shine, our unfamously infamous three little clipper chimps, representing our pride and passion, we thank downtown Los Angeles for the warm welcome we received to our new hood. Lot’s of surprises, including an unannounced visit by Mother Hawk, creator of Mohawk Matt, Ribbon Shearing by Orlando
Hawks For Homeless is a volunteer driven fundraising event for The Midnight Mission. Hundreds of volunteers get shorn and/or styled with a mohawk or faux hawk to raise awareness while requesting donations of support from friends & family. The Mission offers a bridge to self sufficiency for homeless people through counseling, education, job training, and
http://www.farnoosh.tv/career-2/entrepreneurship/las-best-place-to-catch-a-buzz/ By Dustin Newcombe. Published 1/19/2013 on www.Fornoosh.TV In 2007, Matt Berman was just another burnt out branding executive whose corporate successes brought increasingly diminishing returns. With each pay increase, Berman felt less and less fulfilled. “It was clear I was doing a better job of selling myself than performing. I did not really think