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and I mean Futuristic because everything in there is so modern. I have gone to their theater a few times to screen award driven movies that are put on by the Unions so we can see a screening ahead of time and vote for the...More
The red building auto forecourt has a stunning modern light sculpture hanging in the center. Hidden from view unless you walk (or drive to let someone off) into the building entrance. Worth seeing. Well-done. A surprise indeed.
The outside of the building is stunning in shape, texture and colour. Inside the surfaces gleam. We only saw a handful of other visitors as we stolled around the various displays. After the tackiness of Hollywood Blvd which had been our last point of call,...More
I had always wanted to visit the Design Center. We went on a Saturday night for an awards celebration. All the stores were closed but we were able to walk around and window shop. The place is huge. The outside area was beautiful at night...More
For years, West Hollywood has been known as a hub for the LGBT communities in Los Angeles. Today it still maintains the title, but has also become the “it” neighborhood for the entertainment industry’s up-and-comers. Producers, directors, writers and aspiring actors call this area home. Known for great boutique shopping, vintage clothing stores, home décor shops and fitness studios, West Hollywood is a grid of
wide boulevards and narrow residential streets. The neighborhood also has a concentration of the most avant-garde restaurants in Los Angeles (rivaled only by the burgeoning restaurant scene Downtown). A trip to the iconic Sunset Strip, with its many clubs, music venues, hotels and flashing lights won’t be forgotten.