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NoHo Arts District

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One of the great things about Los Angeles is there are so many different cities and areas within LA to explore. While Hollywood often gets most of the attention, its neighbor to the North, North Hollywood is also an up and coming city with a thriving arts scene. Read on to discover what you can do when you head to the North Hollywood Arts District.


If you don’t feel like exploring all of NoHo, the good news is that much of their boutiques, bars, theaters and coffee shops are located in this area. If you love to watch foreign and independent films, than Laemmle Noho 7 is the place for you. The theatre is known to have screenings of new movies as well as panels where you can hear from directors and other crew of visionary films. In addition to this, the theatre does play major blockbuster hits as well.


ACME NoHo Theatres & Studios is the place to go if you’re looking for a night of comedy. When you attend, you’ll most likely find pseudo Saturday Night Live comedy as sketch comedy is their forte. However, at this comedy club you’ll enjoy improv shows mixed in. For a full calendar of events, visit their official website for more information.


Feeling parched? Stop by TeaPop and grab yourself an almond milk teat with boba or if you need a pick me up, treat yourself to an iced vietnamese coffee. The creative minds behind TeaPop want to bring together unique tea and coffee options along with art. Inside you’ll find a decor similar to an art gallery and out back, you might stumble into a pop-up market or one of their many impromptu performances.


If you like comic books, than you’ll certainly want to stop by Blastoff Comics. Inside this brightly lit comic store explore this location’s smaller collection of curated comics and graphic novels. Here you’ll also find framed classic issues, statues and original art for sale. If you consider yourself a collector of comics and memorabilia, this is the place for you.