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Launch Gallery

170 S. La Brea Ave., upstairs. (323) 899-1363. Presents topical and unique artistic creations.

Boyle Heights Museum

2102 E. 1st St. (323) 263-7684 Features exhibits showcasing immigrant stories and histories. Mon-Fri 11am-6pm.

Forest Lawn Musuem

1712 S. Glendale Ave., Glendale. (888) 204- 3131. Statuary and special exhibits. Noon-5pm Tue-Sun.

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

250 S. Grand Ave. (213) 626-6222. Extensive collection of art from 1940 to present. Open Wed- Mon. Free Thu 5-8pm.

Museum of Failure

6801 Hollywood Blvd at Hollywood & Highland. (323) 672-8075. A collection of over 100 items demonstrating innovation and corporate failures. Open Mon-Sat.

New American Theatre

1312 N. Wilton Pl. (310) 424-2980. A 99-seat theatre committed to nurturing new and emerging artists who are on their journey through their career.

Ford Theatres

2580 Cahuenga Blvd. 1,200-seat outdoor amphitheater is a facility of the LA County Arts Commision, and a historic gem originally built in 1920.

Cinespia at Hollywood Forever

6000 Santa Monica Blvd Cemetary movie screenings on select Sat & Sun nights.

Street Food Cinema

Summer outdoor movie series features cool movies, tasty food trucks and live music.

Tramp Stamp Granny's

1638 N Cahuenga Blvd. Old school piano bar owned by actor Darren Criss features Broadway sing-a-longs and the occasional Monday night Queer Cabaret.


6801 Hollywood Blvd., Level 2. (800) 516-0565. (see SHOPPING)

Deitch Projects Gallery

925 N Orange Drive. (323) 925-3000. Former MOCA director Jeffrey Deitch returns to LA with a gallery for museum-scale exhibitions. Spring Equinox Ritual with the Oracle of Los Angeles: Postponed. ...

Artplex Gallery

7377 Beverly Blvd. (323) 452-9628.

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery

1010 N Highland Ave (323) 380-7172. New Los Angeles location of longstanding NYC contemporary gallery presenting works across all media.

Sacred Fools Theatre

1076 Lillian Way (323) 207-5605. 99-seat theater renowned for its bold, irreverent local productions. (see Broadwater Theatre)

Museum of Illusions

6751 Hollywood Blvd. Optical illusions designed to fill visitors’ photo albums with vivid and unusual photographs. Photography is not only encouraged it is essential.
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