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Awarded “Best Major Outdoor Concert Venue” by Pollstar for the 12th straight year, Hollywood Bowl is one of the most celebrated cultural venues on Earth. It has been the summer home of the LA Philharmonic since 1922. Renowned for its spectacular setting and extraordinary acoustics, the Hollywood Bowl plays host to a tremendous diversity of artists, from classical to jazz, rock, pop and world music.
On the famed corner of Hollywood & Vine, sits the historic Hollywood Pantages Theatre, one of the most iconic venues in the Western U.S. The largest and grandest of the movie palaces from Hollywood’s Golden Age, the Hollywood Pantages is now Southern California’s preeminent showplace for blockbuster live Broadway entertainment!
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The Magic Castle® is the world's most famous private club for magicians and magic enthusiasts, and home to The Academy of Magical Arts, Inc. The Magic Castle® is the showplace for some of the greatest magicians from around the globe.
We also take great pride in showcasing the magnificent building that houses the Magic Castle®. Built in 1908, this storied mansion has watched Hollywood grow and change for over 100 years while never losing its original charm.
Playhouse, located in the heart of Hollywood, is the face of the city’s historic Fox Theatre. Recently selected by Reuters as one of the “Top 10 Nightclubs in the World” (and the only club to receive this honor on the West Coast), Playhouse Nightclub is an elegant, versatile space with state-of-the-art lighting, sound and design. The main room consists of three bars, including a marvelous round bar in the center of the room surrounded by plush VIP booths. The upstairs lounge features a retractable glass skylight that gives clientele the precious opportunity of enjoying the stars in an open-air room.
Playhouse Nightclub continues to showcase some of the most talented DJs and artists in the industry. This year alone, top-name DJs and artists: LMFAO, Jermaine Dupri, Nick Cannon, Tiësto, Chuckie, Sebastian Ingrosso (Swedish House Mafia), Vice, Alesso, Pete Tong, Paul van Dyk, Dada Life, Dirty South, Afrojack, Bingo Players, Sander Van Doorn, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, EDX, and Cedric Gervais have all graced the decks.
Named as one of the "25 Hottest Venues in the World" by Conde Nast Magazine, one of the "Sexiest Places To Be" by Cosmopolitan Magazine, and the "World’s Most Star-Studded Venues" by Forbes Magazine, BOULEVARD3 is world renowned for its elaborate parties and productions.
With a rogue sophistication that’s refined yet raw, The Sayers Club conveys a distinct sense of purpose and style. The venue offers its exclusive clientele an unrivaled journey in impromptu musicianship, featuring a stage that drops from the rafters with a semi-permanent backline. Showcasing the talents of emerging and well-known artists, the Sayers’ experience is one built on sound – and space. The leather-tufted sofas and Afghan rugs evoke an intimate living room vibe, providing flexible layouts for any type of event. Interior finishes including reclaimed wood, raw steel and iron combined with Edison lighting, make this single room space unique.
The John Anson Ford Theatres are owned and operated by the County of Los Angeles. Located in a 32-acre County regional park, the facility is run through a three-way partnership between the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Department of Parks and Recreation and the Ford Theatre Foundation.
The John Anson Ford Theatres complex is one of the oldest performing arts venues in Los Angeles still in use. Each year, the Ford partners with LA County-based arts organizations to present an eclectic season of culturally diverse music, dance, theatre, film and family events.
Due to construction to the amphitheatre scheduled to begin September 2014, the 2015 summer season will be pre-empted. In its stead, we're sponsoring events and shows at venues all over LA County. Learn more here: http://goo.gl/V76GmO
Take in the vintage charm of our expansive multi-room venue where craft cocktails and heirloom recipes are served. Sip, savor and celebrate in private upholstered booths, and hand-pick global vintages from Sadie's Wine Room in the Center Lounge. Seasonal dishes and sumptuous desserts are served under the stars in the Courtyard Dining Space, offering intimate tables for few to communal tables for many. Post-dinner sipping and after-hours celebrating play out in the Prohibition-style Parlour Room for low-lit lounging and eclectic music mixes.
Sadie was the Simon Family's beloved matriarch, a multi-lingual world traveler and owner/operator of Simon Candy & Nut Shop on Hollywood Boulevard in 1935. Always ahead of her time, she would infuse her hearty recipes with old country influences for a flavor profile that has come to define today's New-American cuisine. Her legacy of using traditional techniques and ethnic twists on old standby's will forever be celebrated in our Kitchen, where the culinary team carries on Sadie's philosophy of local, organic and house-made ingredients as the secret to an unforgettable dish that is enjoyed for generations to come.
Pacific Theatres's Cinerama Dome is a movie theater located at 6360 Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California. Designed to present widescreen Cinerama films, it opened November 7, 1963. Today it continues as a leading first run theater. The original developer was Saul Pick.HistoryIn February 1963, Cinerama Inc. unveiled a radically new design for theaters which would show its movies. They would be based on the geodesic dome developed by R. Buckminster Fuller, would cost half as much as conventional theaters of comparable size, and could be built in half the time. Cinerama's goal was to see at least 600 built worldwide within two years. The following April, Pacific Theatres Inc. announced plans to build the first theater based upon the design, and had begun razing existing buildings at the construction site. Located on Sunset near Vine Street, it would be the first new major motion picture theater in Hollywood in 33 years, and would be completed in time for the scheduled November 2 press premiere of It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. The design was adapted by the noted architectural firm of Welton Becket and Associates.Total construction time is reported to have been 16 weeks. The domed roof comprises 316 precast concrete panels (most hexagonal) in 16 patterns, each weighing some 3200lb. The first pentagonal panel was placed on August 29, with the rest to be installed over 4 weeks.
The Hollywood Museum (www.thehollywoodmuseum.com), the official museum of Hollywood and a premiere event venue, a 501(c)(3) organization, is located in the historic Max Factor Building on the corner of Hollywood & Highland, has the most extensive collection of Hollywood Memorabilia in the World. The museum features 35,000 square feet, 4 floors of breathtaking exhibits and the home of more than 10,000 authentic Showbiz Treasures: Costumes from ‘Twilight: New Moon,’ ‘Star Trek,’ ‘High School Musical 2, ′ ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ ‘Glee’ and more. See 10,000 real showbiz treasures, one of a kind costumes, props, photographs, scripts and vintage collectibles from your favorite movies and TV shows. The Hollywood Museum is housed in the world famous Historic Max Factor Building, where Max Factor, the legend of movie make-up worked his magic on motion picture stars since 1935.
Welcome to Hollywood Tower apartments, built in 1929 with a 2010 renovation, appeals to those with a taste for romance, mystery and fine craftsmanship. The glamorous lobby, corridors and rooftop terrace have been beautifully restored to highlight the buildings iconic status in a way that is both stylish and classic. We feature an array of exceptional studio, one and two bedroom floor plans that have been meticulously upgraded to enhance the elegance and vintage character of the building. It's apartment living designed to inspire the new residents of todays Hollywood. Make your move and visit Hollywood Tower apartments today!
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The Dolby Theatre is a live-performance auditorium in the Hollywood and Highland Center shopping mall and entertainment complex, on Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue, in the Hollywood district of Los Angeles, United States. Since its opening on November 9, 2001, the theater has hosted the Academy Awards ceremonies, initially held there in March 2002. It is the first permanent home for these annual awards ceremonies.ArchitectureThe theater was designed by David Rockwell of the Rockwell Group, with Theatre Projects Consultants, specifically with the Oscar ceremonies in mind. Though the stage is one of the largest in the United States — roughly tied with the Edward C. Elliott Hall of Music at Purdue University — measuring 113ft wide and 60ft deep, its seating capacity is only about half the Hall of Music's, accommodating 3,332 people.The result of astute planning and technical design, the auditorium is particularly successful as a venue for televised theatrical performance (improving production values for American Idol and the Academy Awards). The architectural team consulted extensively with leading production personnel in Hollywood, achieving a highly functional cable infrastructure, with an underground cable bunker that crosses under the theater to truck locations on adjacent streets. Power is also substantial and accessible. The theater has a unique, Rockwell-designed cockpit in the orchestra seating area for camera, sound, and stage management.
The 5,000 square foot space boasts both indoor and outdoor seating, a massive bar with a full list of cocktails, two communal tables which collectively seat 16, an outdoor fireplace with seating, and a festive colored banquette bench seating along two walls.
The modern-minimalist, rustic interior of Madera Kitchen was designed by brother and sister duo, Jake and Vanessa Hooper, and was conceived to draw attention to the architectural features of the space. With fine details including herringbone wood ceiling, a mosaic tiled bar, and custom light fixtures, Madera brings the rustic feel of your favorite restaurant, with a modern twist on New American cuisine.
Membership based live/work communities across Los Angeles. If you stay at one location, you have access to other locations to co-work, hang out, recharge, nap, and meet other Podestrians in our social network for the duration of your stay.
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The Fifth Annual J.U.i.C.E Hip Hop Dance Festival Sep. 22nd 8PM Distance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis 2580 Cahuenga Blvd E Los Angeles, CA 90068
The “4th Annual Hip Hop Festival” is on September 30, 2011 at the Ford
Amphitheatre at 8:30pm. The all ages show will bring together the top street dance and B-Boy crews from around the world to showcase their amazing talents.
Deeply affected by a recent visit to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in Japan, producer-dancer-choreographer Emiko Sugiyama conceives an event celebrating world peace. Known for showing a wide range of street dance styles and performers, the festival this year adds a new component: each audience member will be asked to create an Origami crane which will be sent to the Children’s Peace Monument in Hiroshima, Japan. Los Angeles artist SANO and Japanese artist Shiro create original paintings to the funk, classic, break and hip-hop tunes spun by DJ Kenzo. Amy “B-girl CatFox” Campion and Jacob Kujo Lyons are co-Artistic Directors of J.U.i.C.E. Hip Hop Festival.
Confirmed performance groups: Antics Performance; Baby Boogaloo; Demolition Crew/ Spread Expression, Illstyle and Peace Production ( Philadelphia, PA ), Machine Gone Funk, ShyGuy & Tsuyoshi feat. Kiminari & Kairi from Hiroshima Japan, Versa-Style Dance Company, West Bound, Toquon, and Scatterbrain.
The Heart of Hollywood Foundation (HHF) is a registered 501(c)3 dedicated to funding hunger relief projects locally in the "Heart of Hollywood". The HHF collaborates with businesses, organizations and social enterprises to direct funding where it will have the most positive impact. Our passion is to serve those in need.
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In California, less than half of all foster youth graduate from high school and even fewer attend higher education.
Aviva High School helps at-risk teenage girls get their lives back on track, graduate high school, and go on to post-secondary education. 95% of our graduates go on to vocational schools, community colleges, and/or universities.
“We’re taking back our futures.” That’s how the girls at Aviva High School describe how their lives have changed. Many of our students first arrive with negative feelings about school, with histories of multiple failures, suspensions and expulsions. However, after a few months of working in classrooms with a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio, they start to imagine the coming years with specific plans and goals. They start dreaming not only of graduating but continuing their education beyond high school. And they know Aviva will be beside them and their families at every step.
Our students tell stories of being let down, frustrated and bounced around larger schools before they came to Aviva. They describe Aviva High School as having close-knit classes, teachers who understand their individual needs and teach without judgment, and counselors who are available down the hall when feelings get tough.
It’s about finally going to a school where students realize the value of their skills, discover their innate ability to help others, and learn how to be responsible for their choices and actions. In short, Aviva High School is a unique and safe place where girls can grow, strive and dream more than they dared to before.
Visit our website at www.avivacenter.org for more information about our High School and other services.
Professional and practical training for working and career minded Actors in Hollywood, CA.
Teatro Dramma Distance: 0.7 miCompetitive Analysis 6773 Hollywood Blvd, Fl 2nd Los Angeles, CA 90028
DRAMMA INTERNATIONAL THEATRE ENSAMBLE (Teatro Dramma) needs your support to keep our research on new and different codes for theatrical communication. This time through Judgment on a Gray Beach.
After graduating NYU Tisch with a Master Fine Arts and Theater Direction; In a traditional, conservative, and naturalist training, there was something that always bothered Elia: All the atmospheres that were created in the play were very seductive but when the dialogue started there was a growing need in Elia for the actor to stop talking. So, in the questioning of this need is where Teatro Dramma and it’s unorthodox process begins.
Teatro Dramma explores how action and movement become much more important than the word. “The wonderful satisfaction happens when physical actions substitutes dialogue” said Mrs. Schneider. When actions and movement communicate, the space starts taking presence and dimension; To this add music, sounds, light, poetry and a new code is created. The way of connecting is not necessarily a realistic action-reaction. It creates a magnifying glass that amplifies life’s mundane actions. Consequently, these actions start acquiring a slightly expressionist dimension and turns them into metaphorical ideas. Ideas that we cross and do every day but never really observe. All this is centered in the vision of an author who has a clear, accurate, and realistic vision of how society works in his time that is current today, Franz Kafka.
By presenting these new codes, Dramma International Theatre Ensamble doesn’t want to present an opinion, but the truth of different observations to start a dialogue with and between the audience.
On April 15th 1905 the WOMAN’S CLUB of HOLLYWOOD was founded by 20 women – wives, daughters and sisters of Hollywood Pioneers – to support and aid the community. Their legacy is rich and historic. The women paved the road with hope, courage and nobility of spirit.
The Woman’s Club of Hollywood has been not only a philanthropic organization, raising money for charitable causes, but a civic and cultural centre for the Arts. �
If you are more interested in just date and times of ceremonies please LIKE the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Face Book. This page consists of Walk of Fame information and the fun personal observations of Ana Martinez (Stargirl) and life on the Walk of Fame and off.
Media arts include the work of artists who use communications technology – such as video, film, web and mobile phone devices. Media arts are constantly changing, as artists seize and personalize new and commercial technologies. The work in Freewaves’ events ranges from animation and documentaries to installations and websites. It can be shown anywhere: in a window, projected on a screen or wall, in a club, on a street corner, in a theater, media center or library and, most often, across from a comfy couch.
Freewaves’ 2011-2014 project, OUT THE WINDOW, presents hundreds of artists’ videos to L.A. Metro’s 1 million daily bus riders on Transit TV. Creative videos use open-ended, humorous, relatable and questioning strategies to approach viewers with vital images. 2000 buses each have 2 screens and speakers inside. After every video an evocative question about the videos appears with a phone number to text responses. Out-the-window.org shows both the responses and videos, extended by Facebook and Twitter. 500+ riders evaluated the program very positively. Health is the upcoming theme in collaboration with community health clinics, Covered California and 211.
We ride to support the mission of JDRF whose primary goal is to improve the lives of those living with Type 1 Diabetes and fund research for the cure. We encourage an active lifestyle and long rides to stay happy and healthy.
Since March of 1996, Food on Foot has operated as a volunteer-based, non-profit organization providing hot, nutritious chicken dinners, snacks (fresh fruit, carrots, granola bars and bread), and drinks (bottled water and milk) to as many as 250 homeless and poor individuals and families each week. During our weekly meal service each Sunday in Hollywood, we also distribute gently used clothing and other essentials. Our target population includes individuals of all ages, from toddlers to seniors, as well as the disabled and blind. Work for Food is a 7-day-a-week community trash clean-up program designed to initiate the transition from life on the streets to involvement in the workforce by picking up trash in return for $10 in food gift cards from local fast food restaurants and grocery stores.
The Los Angeles Women's Network is a diverse organization of women whose purpose is to create a community that supports the work of the Los Angeles LGBT Center while enhancing the lives of its members personally and professionally by providing opportunities for service, education, and networking.
Friends Of Hollywood High School Performing Arts Center Distance: 0.9 miCompetitive Analysis 1521 N Highland Ave Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Oasis of Hollywood is a Non-profit outreach to urban children and teens in Hollywood, CA since 1979. Programs include three Kidz Klub after school program; Club Zion---a teen drop in center; Encounter---a youth church on Tuesday nights; Urban School of Evangelism---week long mission trip with training and practical experience;
The Foundation for a Drug-Free World is a nonprofit public benefit corporation that empowers youth and adults with factual information about drugs so they can make informed decisions and live drug-free.
No one, especially a young person, likes to be lectured about what he or she can or cannot do. Thus, we provide the facts that empower youth to choose not to take drugs in the first place. Additionally our Truth About Drugs campaign consists of activities that they can join which popularize drug-free living. These activities are simple, effective and can involve people of all ages.
Through a worldwide network of volunteers, 50 million drug prevention booklets have been distributed, tens of thousands of drug awareness events have been held in some 180 countries and Truth About Drugs public service announcements have been aired on more than 500 television stations. These materials and activities have helped people around the world learn about the destructive side effects of drugs and thereby make the decision for themselves to not use them.
The Foundation provides information you need to start a Truth About Drugs education and prevention activity in your area.