Los Angeles is a city with a rich history in the arts. Iconic musicians were born and raised in the city and famous bands from around the world travel here to play at landmark venues. It’s the home of many authors and screenwriters who want to see their vision come to life on the big screen. It’s also a place where artists and painters shine – they are often commissioned to paint large murals on the sides of buildings and to design logos and billboards. Usually, you can see whole rows of prints and original artwork for sale in areas with high foot traffic. All types of art are present at various art walks around Los Angeles. Let’s dive into a few!

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Los Angeles is home to numerous shopping centers, malls, and plazas. It’s one of the most famous cities in the world, and visitors come from thousands of miles away just to see the sights, from the Hollywood sign to the walk of fame to Malibu beach to historic downtown. Of course, the locals also love to go out on the town and treat themselves. To accommodate everyone, strips and plazas need to have a variety of businesses and services – and Sunset Plaza achieves exactly that.

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Mid-City is a neighborhood in Central Los Angeles. Its borders are generally defined as Hoover St. on the East, Robertson Blvd. and La Cienega Blvd. on the West, the 10 Freeway to the South, and Olympic Blvd. to the North. It’s a densely populated area and has numerous restaurants and stores dotting the streets; there are strip malls and small plazas, but many of the real gems are in the nooks and crannies of the roads. These mom-and-pop shops, hole-in-the-wall joints, and only-present-sometimes trucks are among the most adored spots to enjoy meals in the city.

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