Fairfax Avenue, between the pretentiously hip Melrose Avenue to the north and Beverly Boulevard to the south, with CBS's Television City on the corner, used to be known as Kosher Canyon or the Bagel District it was quiet and a little shabby in an old world Lower East Side kind of way, a place where you could step outside of time and have lunch at Canter's Deli not Katz's on the corner of Ludlow and Houston, but close enough. It was a back-to-your-roots kind of place for the transplanted New York folks in the movie industry. And you didnt even have to be Jewish to get it, although it helped. But now that's disappearing the place got hip and arty, as such places will. The same thing happened to the Marais in Paris what was proud Jewish cultural tradition was slowly buried by the hip and cool now, and out here, by Smog City and the artists.