Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Mary Pickford Center

1313 N. Vine St. (310) 247-3000. Built in 1949, first Hollywood studio designed for television show production. Early TV shows including Queen for A Day and I Love Lucy were broadcast from here.

Actors Co-op Theatre Company

1760 N. Gower St. (323) 462-8460. Two 99-seat theatres, located on the campus of Hollywood Presbyterian Church.

Comedy Central Stage at the Hudson Backstage Theatre

6539 Santa Monica Blvd. (323) 960-5519. Comedians, actors & writers at all professional levels develop ideas and polish material in front of a live audience.

Groundlings Theatre

7307 Melrose Ave. (323) 934-4747. Improvisational & sketch theatre claims talented alumni including Lisa Kudrow, Jon Lovitz, and Will Ferrell.

Amoeba Music

6200 Hollywood Blvd. Music fans head to this bustling at its new location on the famed boulevard at Argle Ave. for its huge selection of vinyl, video and CDs plus live shows.

Avalon Hollywood

1735 Vine St. (323) 462-8900. Opened in 1927 as LA’s first and most lavish legitimate theatre, now a multi-media concert venue and nightclub. (See PLACES)

Dresden Restaurant

1760 N. Vermont Ave. (323) 665-4294.The number one piano bar in L.A. featuring Marty & Elayne at 9:00pm. Tues–Sat nights. Live bands Sun & Mon nights. (See DINING)

El Cid Restaurant

4212 Sunset Blvd. (323) 668-0318. From comedy to rock ‘n roll to burlesque, El Cid features the most eclectic calendar in LA. (See DANCE & DINING)

El Floridita Cuban Restaurant

1253 N. Vine St. (323) 871-8612. Live Salsa bands Mon, Fri, & Sat nights. (See DANCE)

Gardenia Restaurant & Lounge

7066 Santa Monica Blvd. (323) 467-7444. Longest running cabaret supper club in the United States. Shows nightly.

Genghis Cohen Restaurant, Bar & Live Music

740 N. Fairfax Ave. (323) 653-0640. Live music most nights Mon-Sat. Times vary.

The Greek Theatre

2700 N. Vermont Ave. (844) 524-7335. Full calendar online.

Hollywood Bowl

2301 N. Highland Ave. Legendary amphitheatre has presented the world’s greatest musicians for 85 years. Site open for visits. (See PLACES)

Hollywood Palladium

6215 Sunset Blvd. (323) 962-7600. Home of big bands in the 40s. Today’s hottest singers, songwriters and bands. (See PLACES)

The Hotel Café

1623 1⁄2 Cahuenga Blvd. One of L.A.’s top music venues. Singer-songwriters performing nightly. 21 and over.

Largo at The Coronet

366 N. La Cienega (310) 855-0350. A variety of live music & comedy nightly. (See COMEDY)

Miceli's Italian Restaurant

1646 N. Las Palmas Ave. (323) 466-3438. Piano melodies nightly at 6pm. (See DINING)

The Fonda Theatre

6126 Hollywood Blvd. (323) 464-6269. A favored venue because of its historic details. See schedule and shows details on

The Roxy Theatre

9009 Sunset Blvd. Showcase music club features established and “breaking” rock acts nightly.

The Troubadour

9081 Santa Monica Blvd. Legendary venue has introduced new music to L.A. since ‘58. All ages. Live music nightly.
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