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Evidently many different types of events are staged here. I attended a Los Angeles Food Bowl function where the panel included feisty Diana Kennedy, a 95 year old expert of Mexican cuisine. The event for me was a bit disappointing... but it was cool to...More
I recently saw a screening of Laura presented by Last Remaining Seats from the Los Angeles Conservancy. As usual the screening was fabulous and so entertaining. The theatre was built in 1918 and is not totally restored but the history and decor is do interesting....More
I was lucky enough in the summer of 2014 to attend a screening of Double Indemnity at this great theater! It was a great experience, but unfortunately they don't do this very often. if the chance comes up, make sure you go! It was a...More
This theater is only open for special events. Attended a movie screening and a fun theme night. Found the decor to be beautiful with lavish tall columns and ornately decorated ceilings. Seating was very comfortable. The location is in the center of downtown LA and...More
just in front of the Bradbury Building. The front entrance was used in the film Blade Runner as entrance of Sebastian home, expecially for his particular works and sculptures. Nice place where to stop a couple of minutes for some photos.
A colleague invited me to go see Psycho playing at this gem of a historical landmark. The LA Conservancy is doing a great job raising money to preserve this beautiful, special and important part of this engineering marvel designed by architect Wiliam Lee Woollett. It's...More
The Million Dollar Theater in downtown Los Angeles was built in 1918 and was a grand showcase seating over 2,400 people in it's prime. It's location on Broadway, next to the Grand Central Market was and is a wonderful destination for L.A. History buffs. As...More
We could just see the outside, on the day that we went, for me it was a great experience we took a tour and they showed us all the theaters with the LA conservancy and it was really interesting. I would really recommend it to...More
Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.