Obsesssed Porn Star Attacks Los Angeles Community Folk Music Venue
It's a neighborhood dispute that could only happen in the San Fernando Valley, world capitol of porn. Kulak's Woodshed, a quaint, unassuming, volunteer-run and donation-supported music venue in the heart of North Hollywood, has come under relentless attack by its neighbor, Charles Peyton, AKA Jeff Stryker, one of the biggest names in porn. A lively hearing before the LA Zoning Department took place in Van Nuys last Friday, with over 100 supporters attending with Woodshed owner Paul Kulak. A second hearing that promises to be even more passionate has been scheduled for Friday, December 15 at 11724 Addison in Valley Village, beginning at 7 p.m. sharp
Opened in 1999, Kulak's Woodshed is a volunteer-run, donation-supported music venue whose artistic and community-oriented spirit has received a chorus of praise by the local press. It's been called "a homespun nook reserved for serious songwriters" (LOS ANGELES TIMES); "a charming anomaly on Laurel Canyon Boulevard that seems like a throwback to a far gentler era" (LA DAILY NEWS); and "one of the most celebrated singer-songwriter hangouts in L.A." (LA WEEKLY). The Woodshed features brilliant unknown performers sharing the stage alongside Grammy winners, and multi-million #1 hit songwriters, including Jack Tempchin who wrote "Peaceful Easy Feeling" for the Eagles and Wendy Waldman who wrote "Save the Best for Last" for Vanessa Williams.
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