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Grauman’s Chinese Theatre celebrates its 85th birthday this year and in honor of the occasion, the iconic L.A. landmark will be offering admission for only 25 cents, the same price it fetched on its 1927 opening, on select Mondays beginning April 2nd. On these 25-cent Mondays, Grauman’s and the Chinese 6 Theatres will show classic films premiered at the Hollywood monument over the past eight decades. As a tribute to the birthday of one of L.A.'s greatest icons, we bring you a closer look at Graumans' rise as Hollywood's most famous movie theater and its rich history of milestones and events since 1927, from its first glamorous movie premiere to a recent Spongebob beatdown. More»
Old theaters are kind of like old people. While their extra years on the planet, if well spent, give them an importance, fame and dignity that the younger generation could never match, all that wear and tear can still make them a prime candidate for a makeover and perhaps uncomfortable to visit. But that's nothing a million dollars can't fix, as Downtown L.A.'s venerable 100-year-old Palace Theater just proved with a seven-figure restoration that debuted over the weekend. More»
Sunday, May 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.