About Deborah Brosseau

Deborah Brosseau provides audience development services to arts & entertainment, lifestyle, and non-profit clients. She is a freelance writer, providing anything from local listicles to corporate profiles for various online publications. Having first experienced Melrose in the '80s, she enjoys writing about the old school creatives as well as the progressive new ones.

Mother’s Day On Melrose: The 2017 Gift And Specials Guide

You can count on Melrose for gift-giving and celebrations of all kinds, and Mother’s Day is no exception. Our unique and diverse shops have endless options for clothes, jewelry, spa services, and other offerings of love and appreciation for Mom. Also, our cafes, restaurants, and bars provide plenty of ways to share a great meal […]

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It’s Festival Season Again – Show ‘Em What You Got

As Coachella here in SoCal kicks off festival season around the country, we just have to get used to the fact that festivals are as much about style statements as about the music. So whether you’re weekending in the desert this April, prepping for FYF in July, or roadtripping to Outside Lands, Bonnaroo, or Lollapalooza, […]

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Hollywood Academy Of Music: Music Education For All

Fifteen years ago, Kirk Nebel was a working musician who was teaching guitar lessons in his apartment at the corner of Franklin and Gower in Hollywood. Great location, super-convenient, but, “It was starting to get old. I wanted to get out of my apartment,” he remembers. “I always loved Melrose…the artist community,” he continues. “I […]

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Dunkees: A Land Of Imagination

Daniel Militonian is pure imagination. Gifted with the ability to create fantasy on canvas, he moves through his career and life with a quiet confidence and a commitment to community. Both are on display at his new shop on Melrose. Born in Russia, Daniel’s earliest memories of drawing date back to 6 years old, but […]

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