Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles, originally built as the United Artists Building and later known as the Texaco Building, is a 243ft, 13-story highrise hotel and theater building located at 937 South Broadway in downtown Los Angeles, California. It was the tallest building in the city for one year after its completion in 1927, and was the tallest privately owned structure in Los Angeles until 1956. Its style is Spanish Gothic, patterned after Segovia Cathedral in Segovia, Spain.The building contains the historic United Artists Theater, the flagship theater built for the United Artists motion picture studio. The theater was later used as a church by pastors Gene Scott and his widow Melissa Scott under the name "Los Angeles University Cathedral". In October 2011, Scott's Wescott Christian Center Inc. sold the building to Greenfield Partners, a real estate investment company located in Westport, Connecticut, for $11 million. It was converted to a hotel, and opened in 2014.United Artists TheaterThe United Artists Theater was designed by the architect C. Howard Crane of the firm Walker & Eisen for the United Artists film studio formed by D. W. Griffith, Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford. The theater, a classic movie palace, was one of many constructed by United Artists and served as a major premier house. The theater occupies three floors of the 13-story building and has a 1,600-seat auditorium. Like many movie theaters, the seat rows sink in toward the front of the orchestra section, so ticket holders there must look up at the stage.
The downtown LA landmark was built in 1927 for the maverick film studio. The theater and tower stand as monuments to a group of seminal American artists pushing out on their own — driven by the need for creative control. United Artists co-founder Mary Pickford's love for the ornate detail and stone spires of Spanish castles and cathedrals is manifest at the theater — a true temple of the arts. The mixture of reverent awe and irreverent independence in its origins is right up our alley — this is the kind of project we dream of.
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Built in 1913, The Globe is a Theatre filled with history. Today, it has regained its impressive luster of past times with its historic entrance on Broadway, one of the most prestigious avenues in Los Angeles.
Artists, actors, and acrobats perform in this magical space. Its ideal size allows exceptional shows while the latest audio technologies, lighting, and special effects enhance the Baroque architecture.
The Globe Theatre is a venue with infinite possibilities: High-end Clubbing, fashion shows, filming, corporate/private events, live concerts.
Honoring the past while celebrating the future, The Globe is a theatre of the 21st century.
You and a group of ten others are led into a mysterious secret room.
The room is filled with both traditional and unusual objects.
The walls are covered with cryptic symbols and codes.
Suddenly the door is locked behind you.
You have one hour to escape from the room. You must work together to solve the mysterious clues and puzzles in the room, which will ultimately lead you to the key that unlocks the door.
ESCAPE ROOM LA is a one-of-a-kind real-world adventure.
Coming to Los Angeles - Fall 2014.
The Los Angeles Herald Examiner has been one of the most filmed locations in Los Angeles for 25 years. The Usual Suspects, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Clint Eastwood, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Christopher Nolan and JJ Abrahms are just a few of Hollywood's greatest to have filmed here. Prior to filming the Herald Examiner was home to one of America's most popular newspapers. The Herald Examiner was built by William Randolph Hearst and designed by famed architect Julia Morgan. It is still owned by the Hearst family to this day.
Let Yoko take you on a unique Japanese Food Story experience.
WHY FOOD STORY?
• Learn How to Cook Authentic Japanese Food
• Hands-On Workshops
• Learn New Skills & Techniques
• Study New Dishes Not Yet Popular in the US
• Create & Savor Delicious Dishes
• Dynamic & Fun Group Involvement
• Customized Cooking Events & Classes
• Unique Food Experience
• Food Storytelling at Convenience of Your Own Home
• Perfect for:
o Corporate Team Events
o Private Events (Birthdays, Small Groups, etc.)
o Social Events (Bridal Showers, Baby Showers, etc.)
o Cooking Parties
o Cooking Demos
o One-of-a-kind Gifts
• Experience the History of Sushi
• The Art of Japanese Tea Ceremony
• Traditional Sweets & Tea
• Japanese Knife Skills Workshop
• Japanese Dining Etiquette Workshop
• Tofu Workshop
• Okonomiyaki: Osaka’s Savory Filled Pancake
• Traditional Udon Making: The Foot Workout
• Ramen Run Down
• Kawaii Lunch Workshop
• Vegetarian Detox
• Customize Your Own Workshop
We recommend that each person wears all-white clothing for the paint to take effect. Do not dress to impress... everyone will be covered in paint! For tickets you can purchase here on Flavorus.com or for more information contact your local promoter.
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The Fox Theater in Pomona has room for over 2,500+ people comfortably and will be fully decorated for your party pleasures.
Doors Open at 9pm-3am
Fox Theater Pomona
301 S. Garey ave. Pomona, CA 91766
This Event is 18 & Over
Everyone will be covered in paint!t
The premier Asian Nightclub event of Los Angeles.
Sneak Peek Preview Party, Saturday, May 14, 2011
Offical Grand Opening Saturday, May 21, 2011
The Belasco is LA's newest hottest nightclub venue. Located in the heart of downtown, this club boasts a $20 Million Dollar renovation. Everything from ground up has been remodled including top notch sound and lighting to produce the most sinful and seductive club experience ever seen.
Sinful Saturdays brings you the premier Asian nightlife event of Los Angeles pulling together the most elite of the Asian community.
Come join us and experience the Belasco every Saturday night for the most sinful event in Los Angeles.
For Tables Contact Rich: [email protected], 310-498-8064
The Times is now "LA RECORD Presents..." a monthly Friday Night gathering that occurs at Upstairs at The Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.
Resident DJs are:
- Chris Ziegler (LA Record)
- DJ Soft Touch aka Clifton James Weaver III (Funky Sole)
- Mukta Mohan (KXLU)
- Emily Twombly (Origami Vinyl)
The event is free and is twenty-one and over. It all kicks off at 9pm and space is limited. Early arrival is suggested.
Upstairs at Ace Hotel is located at 921 S. Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles