Friday, October 29, 2010


1) 7th floor Single at 550 sq ft, $1075.00.
2) 12th floor Single at 550 sq ft, $1125.00.
3) 9th floor Single at 670 sq ft, $1200.00.
4) 5th floor One Bedroom at 740 sq ft, $1380.00.
Coming up...
1) 7th floor One Bedroom at 820 sq ft, $1600.00.
Waiting list for Bachelor units.
Do not hesitate on available units.

Before October closes out...

I wanted to share with you 2 pages from 'The Buzzer,' October 1925 issue, published monthly by the Gaylord in its opening years. The magazine would later take on the name, 'Gaylord Glimpses.' Enjoy!

Vintage postcards...

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Film teaser...

Go to the following link to see the exciting trailer for the film, "The Sparkle." Thought up in the creative mind of our Gaylord resident, Lana Bergen, and put together with the help of many a Gaylord resident and other friends.!/group.php?gid=133362753361841.
Looking forward to seeing the rest of this feature!

Short Film Showcase... Upcoming Event!

Get your entry in now and/or come join the fun!

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

just another day at the Gaylord

Thanks to our resident, Bryan, for taking these great images shot inside the Gaylord! The Gaylord sets an ambient tone and works as a wonderful backdrop by adding character to everything.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Autumn in New York...Short Film Showcase

After a week long respite, back in my New York hometown, to check in with the folks and see the Autumn colors in their full regalia, I returned to yet another successful art show at the Gaylord this past Sunday. A couple of the artists were able to sell some work and another artist acquired a commission to create a new piece of art. Thanks goes to Martha for organizing the event, Congrats to all the artists that participated and Thank You to all of those that came out to show their support!

The next event will be a Short Film Showcase, on Sunday, November 7th, from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Dia De Los Muertos!

The 11th annual 'Day of the Dead/All Souls Day' celebration will take place on Saturday, Oct. 30th from 2pm to midnight at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, located at 6000 Santa Monica Blvd. Come on out to this festive event to honor those that have passed on in a spirited way! The celebration kicks off with a procession of 150 Aztec dancers in white costumes and there will be much more entertainment. Including lead singer of Cafe Tacuba, Ruben Albarran with musical ensemble, Hoppo. Altars honoring the dead, art exhibits & Mexican cuisine will be on hand. Admission is $10.00. This is one of those colorful events you do not want to miss. 20,000 people showed up last year, so it is suggested to take a cab there since parking will be crazy. Go to www.ladayofthe for more info on the entertainment line-up and all the details.

Olvera Street, the original historical hub of downtown, is another good destination for more 'Dia De Los Muertos' events. ENJOY!

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Halloween events...

The 1925 silent film classic, 'Phantom of the Opera,' starring Lon Chaney, will be screened on Halloween night in the perfect setting of the gothic First Congregational Church. Located at the corner of Commonwealth and 6th Street. Viewing time for this horror classic will be 6:00 pm with musical accompaniment on the world's largest church pipe organ. Admission is $10.00. I can't think of a better place to go and see this great film on such an eerie night. For more info,

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

film fans...

The '20th Anniversary Tribute to the Film Foundation' at LACMA has begun. If you enjoy classic film noir pictures you need to hit this up. Also, go just to support the Film Foundation at LACMA. Some of the higher ups in LACMA seem to think the Film Foundation is not that important and would not mind seeing it dismantled, which is crazy for the city that has 'Hollywood' and is all about the film industry. Go to to check out the listings of films and viewing times.

After a year of not having a LACMA membership, I finally renewed mine. It is still one of my favorite art institutions for its overview from classic to contemporary works and its featured exhibitions. And, I am looking forward to seeing the new Resnick Pavilion for the Olmec, Ancient Mexico and the European Fashion exhibits.

LACMA is a great place to meet up with friends and take out of town guests.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Any Charles Bukowski fans?

For those of you into the writings of Charles Bukowski, the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens has an exhibit up, at this time, of his work. I know there has to be a few fans within the walls of the Gaylord. Go to to find out more info and check it out!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

A Few and Far Between

Please visit to help Gaylord resident and film director, Bobby, raise the funds for his most recent film project. You may just recognize one of the film actors, in this project, from around our Gaylord community.

Upcoming Art Exhibit...

On Sunday, October 24th, the Gaylord will be hosting another Art Exhibit, in our classic lobby, with works by our talented Gaylord residents. With this event happening so close to the Halloween witching hours there will be a bit of a macabre theme in the artwork being displayed. ALSO, the lovely Sam, with her uniquely beautiful vocals, will be performing songs in connection with the theme of the exhibit. Come on out on this afternoon to enjoy the work and company!