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WELCOME TO
LOS FELIZ FLEA

“The Constitution is colorblind, and neither knows nor tolerates classes among citizens.” 

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Odd Market History

We have deep roots in the Flea business. In 1991, we founded the Melrose Flea Market at the Fairfax High School. Since then we have produced over 1000 events in Los Angeles including the Dodger Stadium Flea, Peddler on the Roof, South Park Flea, Artsy Flea, Truckit Fest, and Odd Nights at the Autry to name a few. We are very excited to be producing the Los Angeles Flea with The Real Bark and Marshall High School.

Real Bark Mission

WE ARE RESCUERS, REHABILITATORS, STORY-TELLERS, AND FAMILY-GROWERS.

We pride ourselves in taking discarded Lives into our own – Healing them – and righting the wrongs heaped upon those innocents. Read more below.

Visit Us at The Real Bark for more information.

Marshall High Vision

John Marshall HS will provide high-quality, creative and rigorous instruction to serve the needs of every student in our diverse population.  Marshall students will graduate with the social, academic, technical, performing and literacy skills required for college and the 21st Century workplace, prepared to contribute responsibly and productively as citizens of their community.

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GRAND OPENING MAY 26TH

EVERY 4TH SUNDAY 10 AM - 4 PM

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What to Expect

A Flea with good music, great food trucks and an eclectic variety of popups selling vintage, collectibles, antiques, local crafts and more.

designated Kids Area, fun for the whole family.

Some Factoids

  • It's Free to get in.
  • ATM on site
  • Fido is cool to join in.
  • Parking is Free
  • Main Entrance is on St. George.

Directions

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JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL

History

John Marshall High School first opened its doors on January 26, 1931, with approximately twelve hundred students and forty-eight teachers. Joseph Sniffen, for whom the auditorium was named, served as the first Principal, while Hugh Boyd and Geraldine Keith acted as Marshall's first Vice-Principals. The football field was named in honor of Mr. Boyd, while the library was named for Mrs. Keith.

The school was named after John Marshall, who served as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1801 to 1835. Known as the Great Chief Justice, John Marshall was the principal architect of the American system of constitutional law. His interpretations of laws are still used as examples today.

During the first semester of the school's existence, the faculty and students cooperatively selected the school motto, seal, and colors. The school motto, "Veritas Vincit / Truth Conquers", was an easy choice since this was a favorite sentiment of John Marshall. The school seal shows an open Book of Learning, behind which is projected the scales of justice with "Veritas Vincit" emblazoned on the bar. Two shades of blue became the official colors of John Marshall High School; the moonlight blue of midnight and the sunlight blue of dawn. Since the color blue is symbolic of truth, the choice of colors harmonized with the school's motto. John Montapert and Henry Suykida, two Marshall students who graduated in the Winter Class of 1939, composed the Alma Mater, the official school song.

Johnny Barrister is the school's mascot. Since John Marshall was in the legal profession and served as a jurist it was fitting that Marshall's students be called "Barristers". Our service organization is the Continentals. A magnificent statue of John Marshall stands in the center of the Senior Court.

Following the major 1971 earthquake, some of Marshall's buildings were condemned. The cafeteria was torn down but the Los Feliz community actively campaigned to save the unique Collegiate Gothic Main Building. In 1975, this building was closed for structural strengthening and all classes moved to temporary bungalows. In September of 1981 the refurbished Main Building was opened. A new building now houses the library, cafeteria, and science classrooms.

Today, Marshall is a  comprehensive high school with an enrollment of approximately 2700 students and a teaching staff of 106. Marshall is justly proud of its traditions, alumni, and academic excellence.

THE REAL BARK

WE ARE RESCUERS, REHABILITATORS, STORY-TELLERS, AND FAMILY-GROWERS.

We pride ourselves in taking discarded Lives into our own – Healing them – and righting the wrongs heaped upon those innocents.

We are Humans. We are flawed. And that is why we rely on each other. We are at our Finest as a Collective…and that is the place we serve THEM best. We know that THEY need Our Help – Just like we need YOUR Help. That is why we are Community Faced. To Educate, Negotiate, Support, Empower, and Enable individuals to Help their own…and then Assist Others.

THAT is the way we GROW. THAT is the way we Save MORE Lives. We will not adopt our way out of pet overpopulation in L.A. This NOT a shell game, nor a shuffle. We must go Wider. Deeper.

WE ARE A RESPONSIBLE. ETHICAL. ANIMAL. LEAGUE.

WE ARE THE REAL. THEY ARE THE BARK.

The REAL Bark is a registered 501c3 non-profit dog rescue group in Los Angeles.

Interested in Vending at the Los Feliz Flea?

Apply to participate. All our events are curated. We will be in touch if we have a space for you.