Comfort Inn Near Old Town Pasadena
2300 Colorado Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Phone: (323) 256-1199
Fax: (323) 255-7768
2300 Colorado Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, US, 90041
- Phone: (323) 256-1199
- Fax: (323) 255-7768
The Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock is an unconventional event venue. Its main objective is to promote "The Arts", not just those who are into it but to everyone else as well; or as they call them, the "unconventional audiences". Everything from exhibitions to various genres of performing arts, can be seen here. They want to promote art as a way of living, and they want to do it for the whole of Los Angeles so that people can grow up with contemporary art.
Eagle Rock Community Cultural Center was built in 1915 and is located in Los Angeles County, California. It was rebuilt in 1927 and then got renamed as the Eagle Rock Branch Library in the Los Angeles Public Library system. It is now a landmark structure and got listed on the National Register of Historic Places on May 19, 1987.
The Thorne Hall is the auditorium of the Occidental College in Los Angeles. It is a venue hosting plays, concerts, recitals and dance performances and is also used for rehearsals by students of the college. The auditorium was renovated in 1989 and has returned to its original splendor of 1938.
Eagle Rock Center for the Arts aims to further the cause of art by taking it even to the most remote of audiences. Apart from hosting a multitude of cultural events from time to time, it has also taken up the cause of youth art education. So you can witness a myriad range of music events, concerts, festivals, unconventional art exhibits and displays, riveting exercise and art classes among other things. Learn the fine art of ballet or learn a new form of dance, eitherway you're sure to have an enlightening experience here. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
A comprehensive entertainment venue, the Show Cave is the city's answer to alternative entertainment. Presenting shows and exhibitions that are off the beaten track, this venue has found a welcoming reception in the city's Glassell Park neighborhood. Housed in a majestic, ornately decked up building, Show Cave hosts events like art exhibitions, art installations, concerts and more.Though most of the shows held here are adult in nature, there are some which even the kids may enjoy. See the website to know more.
Nestled in the neighborhood of Highland Park, the Public Fiction is an art venue. This studio takes the off beat path and focuses on experimental art; it encourages amateur artists to display their work here. Apart from that, it also hosts fun gigs like dance parties, film screenings, karaoke sessions and live music concerts. For more details, check website.
Glendale Civic Auditorium is one of the well known auditoriums of Los Angeles. The reason for this could be its convenient location, Spanish art deco exteriors and facilities. The auditorium, a perfect blend of old charm and modern facilities hosts a variety of events from conferences, trade fairs, concerts, parties to get together.
Glendale Community College Auditorium is a splendid performing arts venue located on the campus of GCC in Glendale. The venue hosts various students programs and events. Plays, dance shows, acts, music performances, recitals, lectures, etc you can catch it all. And during vacation time you can participate in the acting and dancing boot camps held here. The facility is equipped with lighting and sound devices and it can also be rented out for any purpose.
This Multiplex screens the latest in Hollywood blockbusters all for your viewing pleasure. The theater also features the 'Real D', which provides the most exciting and current 3D technology. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
Mgn Five Star Cinema is a luxury multiplex, housing eight theaters. All the theaters inside the multiples have comfortable recliner seating. The theater also serves food and drinks hence allowing the guests, the pleasure to watch a movie while they sip on their favorite margaritas. It is a great place to spend an evening with family or friends.
Another Los Angeles classic, this beautiful theater was originally built in 1925 by architects Charles Selkirk and Arthur Lindley. Alex Theatre was later re-opened as a movie palace, screening everything from Gone With the Wind to Some Like It Hot, and was refurbished in 1993 to its original elegance. It now focuses on short runs of local and traveling theater productions and other live performances while playing an occasional classic film. Check website for further details.
This movie theater screens the newest in Hollywood blockbusters for your viewing pleasure. Catch all your favorite heroes in action at the Glendale Marketplace theater. Much on popcorns, cheer, shout, jump...shed all your inhibitions and enjoy the real movie experience at this theater. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.