Los Angeles is the capital of the entertainment industry but there isn't a big audience to appreciate the treasures of ... More
New Beverly Cinema
Los Angeles is the capital of the entertainment industry but there isn't a big audience to appreciate the treasures of the cinema's past. Thankfully, in addition to the museums and cultural organizations, there's still a commercial theater dedicated to screening classics and cult favorites. On this big screen, you can see all the classics with other cinematic hits. Credit cards are not accepted.
Granted that it is pretty run down, the sound system is dilapidated, the screen is small and the chairs are old and uncomfortable, it's the only place in Los Angeles where you can watch REAL FILM PRINTS of Fellini's masterpieces and such. God forbid it disappears or becomes a multiplex!
Since 1928, this L.A. standby has been offering 24 hour casual dining in the heart of the Fairfax district. You'll
find the food here authentic and the people watching amazing. Everyone from The Wallflowers to K.D. Lang and Madonna ...
Mr. C represents a modern version of old world simplicity and stylish European glamour, while providing today??s traveler with a
comfortable, elegant and effortless experience that blends contemporary amenities with discreet, personalized service. The 138 room property will feature ...
At this beautifully restored air conditioned estate you will find furnished rooms, complete with cable T.V. with HBO and Wi
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