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American Cinematheque
6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
American Cinematheque operates the Egyptian Theater located at 6712 Hollywood Blvd. One of the many historic theaters inMore Hollywood, the Egyptian saw a state-of-the-art renovation that incorporated new technology with the time-held standards of a classic Hollywood theater. Stop in for a tour or a show today.
Station Food Store
6601 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Station Food Mart is located on Hollywood Boulevard. In addition to mini mart staples, such as milk, bread and eggs, isMore a state of the art internet browsing station with printing capability.
Overduin and Kite
6693 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Overduin and Kite is an art gallery located in Hollywood. This gallery features modern art exhibitions as well as artMore performances.

Hollywood Heights Hotel
2005 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90068
Hollywood Heights Hotel has been housing Hollywood visitors for two years. This huge hotel features a large outdoor poolMore at the bottom of the Hollywood Hills, a large tanning area and a sizeable gym with state-of-the-art equipment. In the lobby you'll find "mid-century" decor and a friendly staff dressed in chic outfits. The rooms feature 32" flat screen tv's, free Wi-Fi, FACE cosmetics and very stylish decor. The Hideout, a popular bar and restaurant with an outdoor patio, is located downstairs.
Woman's Club of Hollywood
1749 N la Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046
Known for supporting the work of women in the visual, literary and performing arts, Woman's Club of Hollywood upholdsMore the social culture of the City of Los Angeles, including the preservation of "Historic Hollywood." The organization was founded in 1905 by 20 of the wives, sisters and daughters of early Hollywood Pioneers. It founded the Hollywood Bowl, supported the building of Hollywood High School and Hollywood Hospital. In 1994 the organization moved to its present location on La Brea and was placed on the Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument Registry. The Woman's Club of Hollywood raises money for many charities, including the Hollygrove Orphanage, the Union Rescue Mission, the Salvation Army and Meals-On-Wheels, to name a few. The building itself is large and impressive with its iconic pink decor and landscaped grounds. The lounge and reception areas are available for private events and are often used for TV and film locations. The building also contains a restaurant, banquet room and a stage for theatrical presentations. For membership information, yoga classes and calender events, visit the Woman's Club of Hollywood Web site.
Panther Energy Martial Arts Academy
5535 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Panther Energy Martial Arts Academy is located on the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Garfield Avenue inMore Hollywood. It specializes in a mix of tae kwon do, yoga and boxing as a way to stay fit as well as self-defense. It offers specialized classes and private training sessions for all ages. Check them out on the Web or stop in to one of the amazing classes and check it out for yourself.
Art's 76
5890 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Art's 76 is a gas station and auto repair shop conveniently located on the corner of Hollywood Blvd and N BronsonMore Avenue. It also has a food mart and an ATM available on-site.
The Hollywood Museum
1660 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Hollywood Museum sits in the beautiful Max Factor Building, a landmark of Hollywood for 75 years. The outside looksMore a bit like a castle, and the inside is standard old-Hollywood Art Deco style. More than 35,000 square feet in size, the exhibit space is adorned in gold trim, marble and chandeliers. The museum features Hollywood memorabilia from all eras of film, including silent pieces as well as props from modern blockbusters. The building is split into four levels, with rooms containing cars, posters, props and even one with more than 1,000 black and white photos. There's an additional top floor available for special-event rental. Tickets to the museum are $15.
Hollywood Police Activities League
6411 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Hollywood Police Activities League offers a variety of social, athletic, cultural, and educational after-schoolMore programs that aim to keep kids off the streets and prevent crime. As part of a national, volunteer-run organization, the Hollywood Police Activities league relies greatly on business leaders, individuals, foundations and corporations. Programs offered include soccer, martial arts, Junior Police Academy, Hollywood Fit Club, the PAL College Scholarship Program and the Youth Leadership Council. Other special events and field trips are conducted throughout the year. To volunteer or register for a program, visit the website provided.
Hollywood High School
1521 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Built in 1908, Hollywood High School is located just south of Hollywood Boulevard, at the corner of Highland Avenue andMore Sunset Boulevard. It is the alma mater of more than 500 notable celebrities, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Carole Burnett and Lawrence Fishburne. The school has a performing arts MAGNET, which includes acting, dancing and singing. The school's colors are crimson and white, and its mascot is The Sheik, named after the Rudolph Valentino movie of the same name.  
Hollywood 7 Star Motel
7096 Yucca St, Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Hollywood 7 Star Motel provides affordable accommodations in the heart of Hollywood. Rooms here are well-kept andMore spacious. The motel also has an underground parking garage, relieving guests of the hassle of finding on-street parking in one of the most populous parts of Los Angeles. Some rooms are equipped with king-sized beds, 27-inch flat-screen TVs and remodeled baths with marble flooring and state-of-the-art amenities.
Highland Tattoo
6816 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Highland Tattoo is located on the famous walk of fame on Hollywood Boulevard. The shop offers tattoo art, bodyMore piercings and merchandise, and is a smoke shop as well. Its walls are full of tattoo designs, but customers can bring in their own designs, as well. Stop in today to buy a shirt from the store or go all out and get that tattoo you've always wanted!
Mush
5651 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Mush is an eclectic retail store that specializes in local art, rare jewelry, furniture, home accessories, unique gifts,More and antiques. The store is dedicated to bringing back the colorful and fresh image that was characteristic of Hollywood in its heyday. It also offers design consultations for homes, offices and stores. Its window designers have worked with clients such as Calvin Klein, Prada and Barney's. 
Sunset Gower Studios
1438 N Gower St, Hollywood, CA 90028
Sunset Gower Studios is located on Sunset Boulevard in the heart of Hollywood. Legendary Hollywood producers SamMore and Jack Warner, commonly known as the Warner Brothers, originally founded the Sunset Gower Studios in 1918. Some of Hollywood's greatest films have been shot here including Lawrence of Arabia, Raisin in the Sun and Dr. Strangelove. Popular TV productions include Barney Miller, Golden Girls and Heroes. The Sunset Gower Studios is currently the home of Lopez Tonight. Sunset Gower Studios also houses state of the art production and editing facilities that produce 2D and 3D animation and post-production services. The business offices are not open to the public, but guided tours of the studios are available. 
The American Legion Hollywood Post
2035 N Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA 90068
The American Legion is a national veterans service organization. This location is Post number 43 and has been operatingMore in Hollywood since 1919. The building itself resembles an Army barracks but with art deco architecture. An honor roll of American war heroes decorate the outer facade. The courtyard contains a war memorial complete with an antique cannon. The building itself is available for private events including live shows, film shoots and receptions. The hall has a rich heritage and was a favorite place for local artists and politicians. Humphrey Bogart was a regular at the roaring-'20s-style basement bar. The American Legion Hollywood Post is also the location for many films and television commercials. Come for the museum, stay for the drinks.