Ahead of a solidarity march that was planned down Hollywood Boulevard with Black Lives Matter and the LGBTQ community, a two block long mural was painted at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Los Angeles. In the video above we take you on a walking tour showing some of the key attractions.
Avalon Hollywood has one of the richest histories of any venue in Hollywood. The landmark theatre has hosted and launched the careers of some of the biggest celebrities and recording artists.
Just a blocks off the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Mama Shelter is a 3 star French Boutique hotel offering accommodations that are truly unique. From the neon stork on the rooftop sign on down, the place is just plain cool.
Some people say there is nothing authentic or real about Hollywood anymore save the Frolic Room. It’s been the location for Film Noir & murder mysteries such as LA Confidential and The Black Dahlia… and the scene of at least one modern real life murder that had Hollywood on edge.
Since its opening on June 4th 1930, the Hollywood Pantages Theatre has been one of the most iconic landmarks on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
If you are visiting Hollywood and don’t stop in to see the TCL Graumans Chinese Theatre, you haven’t been to Hollywood. Period.
One of the more popular tourist attractions in Hollywood is the Hollywood Wax Museum near the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Highland Ave.
In Hollywood, a rather strange looking pre-historic creature sits atop a colorful red, blue and yellow building with a line of people constantly at the front door.
If you are visiting Hollywood, you won’t miss this sign or building. I’ve seen the ornate Hollywood and Vine sign on the corner of Hollywood and Vine (pictured above) many times. Above it is another tall sign saying Hollywood and Vine.