Pan-Andreas Theatre

5125 Melrose Ave. (323)962-6207. The legendary theatre was founded by George Pan, Jack Lemon and Richard Dreyfuss.

Three Clubs

1123 Vine St. (323) 462-6441. A music, comedy and burlesque venue for emerging local talent and established/touring acts.

El Cid

4212 Sunset Blvd. (323) 668-0318. Various genres of music from rock to burlesque to Flamenco. Entertainment includes dining options. MUSIC)

Artspace Warehouse

7358 Beverly Blvd. (323) 936-7020.

Michael Benevento

3712 Beverly Blvd. (323) 874-6400. Contemporary art gallery representing cutting-edge, conceptual artists in Los Angeles.

New Image Art

7920 Santa Monica Blvd. (323) 654-2192. Established and emerging artists from the street, skate, fine art and surf scenes.

The Actor’s Company

916 A North Formosa Ave. (323) 463-4639. Three theatres: the 80-seat Let Live Theatre, the 60-seat Other Space and the 22-seat Little Theatre.

Atwater Village Theatre

3269 Casitas Ave., Atwater Village. Two 99-seat and two 50 seat theatres. Home of the Echo Theatre Company, the Circle X Theatre Company and Ensemble Studio Theatre LA.

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

6000 Santa Monica Blvd. (323) 469-1181. Eclectic concerts in historic former Masonic Lodge.

The Virgil

4519 Santa Monica Blvd. (323) 660-4540. Hand crafted cocktails and the hottest stand up in town!

American Academy of Dramatic Arts

1336 N La Brea. The first conservatory for actors in the English-speaking world. With campuses in Hollywood and Manhattan, their Alumini have received nominations for Oscars, Emmys and Tonys.

Hollywood Sign

Built on Mt. Lee in 1923 for $21,000 as a temporary sign to promote Hollywoodland real estate development. The land is now part of Griffith Park.

Hollywood Wilshire Y.M.C.A.

Serving Hollywood for over 75 years. YMCA has undergone an $8 million renovation thanks to the fundraising efforts of volunteers and Tim Allen of Home Improvement.

Red Studios Hollywood

846 N Cahuenga Blvd. Began as Metro Pictures Back Lot #3 in 1915. From The Golden Age of Television to The Golden Girls, from MTV to WB, from High Noon to True Blood, a grand Hollywood tradition.

Historic Route 66

With increased awareness of Hollywood's Route 66, a Business Improvement District is being proposed for Santa Monica Blvd. (historic Route 66) properties from Hoover Ave. to Vine St.

California Science Center

700 Exposition Park Dr. (323) 724-3623. West Coast's largest hands‐on science center. See the amazing Endeavor. Advance ticket purchase recommended. General Admission Free. Open daily. Parking $12. ...

Hollywood Gateway/The Four Silver Ladies

La Brea Ave. at Hollywood Blvd. Gazebo depicts Dolores Del Rio, Anna Mae Wong, Mae West, and Dorothy Dandridge. Designed by Catherine Harwicke and sculpted by Harl West.

Schkapf Theatre

Schkapf Theatre and Performing Arts Incubator 6567 Santa Monica Blvd., (323) 871-1912.
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