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TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood April 6-9

March 31, 2017

Held over four days in the heart of Hollywood, the TCM Classic Film Festival is a place where movie lovers from around the world can gather to experience classic movies as they were meant to be experienced: on the big… read more

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Musso and Frank Grill: Hollywood History

By Genie Davis

March 29, 2017

Classic American cuisine and perfect martinis in a beautiful and historic setting: that’s Musso and Frank Grill, Hollywood’s oldest eatery. While Hollywood may be known for capricious diners interested in checking out the next trendy spot, Musso and Frank remains… read more

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Pets, Publishing, and the Palmer Building: A Piece of Hollywood History

By Richard Bence

March 17, 2017

Liberals, reformers, and radicals once filled the hallways of the Palmer Building (6360-6362 Hollywood Boulevard), which became steeped in Tinseltown history when a pioneering pet club helmed by a movie legend had its headquarters here. But more on that later…. read more

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Delicious Mediterranean Fare at Farida

By Esther Tseng

March 6, 2017

Everyone in Hollywood should be excited about Farida, which might be the most exciting restaurant to arrive in Hollywood in awhile. Mediterranean food is certainly the cuisine of the moment, so at first glance it might appear that the owner,… read more

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LAX Flyaway Now Located on Vine Street in Hollywood

March 3, 2017

Effective March 1, 2017, the Hollywood-LAX Flyaway® bus stop will be moved to 1627 North Vine Street (on the west side of Vine, one-half block south of Hollywood Blvd.). Click here to view the map. Convenient Bus Service to LAX. No… read more

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90 Years of the Cherokee Building

By Richard Bence

March 3, 2017

The history of the Cherokee Building (located at 6646 Hollywood Boulevard) mirrors the history of Hollywood itself and captures the symbiotic relationship between the city of Los Angeles and the birth of the film industry. It was built in 1927,… read more

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Upcoming Events at LACE

March 2, 2017

I can call this progress to halt is a project composed of an exhibition, a series of screenings and performances, and a publication at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), March 8 through April 23, 2017. Opening, March 8, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00… read more

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Eating Around the World… Without Leaving Hollywood!

By Devin Strecker

March 1, 2017

Hollywood’s diverse culinary offerings truly present something for everyone. For those looking for a taste of other countries and cultures, look no further than these new eateries specializing in cuisine from around the globe! Mamacita Cantina Peruana (6801 Hollywood Blvd./Hollywood… read more

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Let’s Apply Critical Thinking to the Fake News Emanating From the Measure S Campaign

By Kerry Morrison

February 21, 2017

I am hopeful that LA City voters can distinguish between hype and logic. The very future of our city is dependent upon voter discernment. Recent events in American civic life have sparked new scrutiny into how people in our democracy… read more

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Toil and Trouble: The Ides of March

By Genie Davis

February 17, 2017

The Ides of March has never been sexier than this March 29th, when the exciting new performance company Toil and Trouble presents their take on the classic. Described as a re-imagining – with burlseque – of Shakespeare’s tales of betrayal… read more

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