In the land of celebrities, nestled a block away from the uber hip hotel The Standard, the Los Angeles Central library is trying to revitalize interest by hosting events targeting a different audience – influential scene makers.
This library is already in a to-die-for historic building and was one of the first to incorporate things like branded merchandise, a gift store and art exhibits. It is an amazing location and resource.
I am a little taken aback at this reference to the event in The Huffington Post. Why is it any different to have an event at the library than at say the Metropolitan Museum of Art or other prestigious institutions that have been hosting swanky events for eons?