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  • Shoreline Village

    429 Shoreline Village Drive Long Beach, CA 90802

  • Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center

    Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center

    649 W. Jefferson Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90007

    This historic Exposition Park venue by the USC campus used to host old-time faith healers like Kathryn Kuhlman, as well as more modern musical faith healers such as Morrissey and Manu Chao. The ornate theater is decorated in an elaborate Moorish style. More >>

  • Silverlake Lounge

    Silverlake Lounge

    2906 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026
    323-663-9636 For many years, this longtime Silver Lake bar has presented transgender Latino shows. The cozy, narrow bar is dark, the small stage is low, and the sound system is basic, but the club's iconic neon "Salvation" sign has beckoned adventurous groups for more than a decade, including Metric, Nellie McKay, Les Baton Rouge, Wye Oak, Liz Pappademas and Mr. Gnome. Indie-rock promoters the Fold were based here for many years before giving away to other booking agents. Seating is available at the bar and on a long bench along the wall, with Chinese lanterns giving the dimly lit room a little bit of festive color. Full bar. Ages 21 & over. Parking available in a small adjoining lot and on the street. More >>

  • Skirball Cultural Center

    Skirball Cultural Center

    2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90049
    310-440-4500 Perched like an eagle high up in the Sepulveda Pass, halfway between the Valley and the West L.A. basin, the Skirball is one of the country's leading Jewish cultural centers, but it also celebrates an impressively expansive variety of cultures, music and art from around the planet. Fittingly for such an ambitiously broad-minded institution, the center is divided into a museum, galleries, a theater, Zeidler's Cafe and a fantastic re-creation of Noah's Ark. The Skirball's large stone courtyard, ringed by a rock-faced wall and towering trees, is the site of ambitiously varied performance art, film and music events. Along with the Skirball's noteworthy world-music concerts, the curators have been recently reaching out to indie-rock hipsters by booking such intriguing local bands as Autolux and Superhumanoids. The museum features several levels of permanent and changing exhibits, along with a large gift shop. Lot parking. More >>

  • The Slidebar Rock-N-Roll Kitchen

    The Slidebar Rock-N-Roll Kitchen

    122 E. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-871-7469 Take a stroll among the many watering holes in Downtown Fullerton on a Friday night and you'll be hard-pressed to find a bar with more rock & roll style than the Slidebar Cafe. Yes, it features two rooms where suicide-girl style bartendresses serve up cocktails along with imported and domestic draft beer. This is also one of the few downtown establishments presenting top-notch local and national rock acts of the punk, ska and hardcore variety. The walls of the bar are decked out with autographed rock memorabilia and lined with flat screen TVs.Be sure to check out the halls lined with pics taken by rock photographer Lisa Johnson. Images include No Doubt's Gwen Stefani with Warren Fitzgerald of the Vandals. Finer pints of beer, including Shock Top and Newcastle, cost $6, with lower-shelf fare such as Bud Light running $5. Happy hour is every day 3 p.m.-6 p.m. except Saturday. Sunday happy hour is 3 p.m.-9 p.m. and features half off draft beers and well drinks. More >>

  • The Slidebar Rock-N-Roll Kitchen

    The Slidebar Rock-N-Roll Kitchen

    122 E Commonwealth Ave Fullerton, CA 92832

  • The Smell

    247 Main St. Venice, CA 90291

  • Soka Performing Arts Center

    Soka Performing Arts Center

    1 University Dr. Aliso Viejo, CA 92656

  • SolArt Gallery Cafe

    2202 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92706

  • SOMA

    3350 Sports Arena Blvd. San Diego, CA 92110

  • South Coast Repertory

    South Coast Repertory

    655 Town Center Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-708-5555 South Coast Repertory is a theater in Costa Mesa, across the street from South Coast Plaza but nowhere near the same atmosphere or mindset. The best theater in OC, hands down. Provocative shows like the multi-layered conflict between Midwestern creationism and bicoastal liberal science in How the World Began and the profanity-laden Elemeno Pea really are a nice counter to the high-brow, sophisticated setting of the South Coast Rep. It would be super easy for SCR to play it safe and be totally vanilla, but they don’t, and we love them for it. It's also really affordable for students. Between $5 drinks, and free parking across the bridge at South Coast Plaza (don't be lazy), its mind blowing that a night out with professional live theater can be cheaper than a boring movie date. One of the greatest regional theaters in the United States, and always cognizant of reaching out to all of Orange County, not just the blue hairs. More >>

  • Spaghettini Rotisserie & Grill

    Spaghettini Rotisserie & Grill

    3005 Old Ranch Parkway Seal Beach, CA 90740
    562-596-2199 If you listen to The Wave radio station, this is that place you keep hearing about. Yes, they still do the Jazz Sunday Brunch with eggs Benedict, fruits and champagne, et al. More >>

  • Spoons Cantina & Lounge

    2601 Hotel Terrace Santa Ana, CA 92705

  • St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

    600 St. Andrews Road Newport Beach, CA 92663

  • St. James Anglican Church

    3209 Via Lido Newport Beach, CA 92663

  • St. Luke's Episcopal Church

    525 E. Seventh St. Long Beach, CA 90813

  • Stadium Brewing Co.

    Stadium Brewing Co.

    26731 Aliso Creek Road Aliso Viejo, CA 92656

  • Starboard Attitude

    Starboard Attitude

    202 The Pier Redondo Beach, CA 90277

  • The Stardust

    The Stardust

    7643 Firestone Blvd. Downey, CA 90241

    http://The Stardust (7643 Firestone Blvd.)

  • The Starting Gate

    The Starting Gate

    5052 Katella Blvd. Rossmoor, CA 90720

  • Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater

    Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater

    4773 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027
    323-666-4268 Tucked into Los Feliz's Center for Inquiry-West, the Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater is an intimate performing venue that presents a wide array of concerts, plays, vaudeville and comedy. When the theater first began putting on shows, it focused on comedians like Dana Gould, Emo Philips, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Kids in the Hall, as well as theatrical productions and esoteric philosophical and metaphysical explorations by everyone from NASA scientists to members of the Church of Satan. Before long, the theater also brought in live musicians, including the daft ragtime diva Janet Klein, Lavender Diamond and the charming pop duo the Ditty Bops mingling with harder-edged sounds from Rancid and Dethklok. Added to the mix is the center's ongoing fascination with horror and film culture, with presentations and screenings by the likes of Toby Hooper, Joe Dante, David Cronenberg, Miranda July and James Franco. In homage to its namesake inspiration, the late comedian Steve Allen, the theater is an unusual nexus point of scientific curiosity and vaudevillian variety. More >>

  • The Strawberry Bowl Amphitheater

    12762 Main Street Garden Grove, CA 92840

  • Super Antojitos South Coast

    3305 S. Bristol St. Santa Ana, CA 92704

  • Suzy

    Suzy's Bar & Grill

    1141 Aviation Blvd. Hermosa Beach, CA 90254

  • The Swallow

    The Swallow's Inn

    31786 Camino Capistrano San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
    949-493-3188 The Swallow's Inn, located near the Mission San Juan Capistrano, represents a bit of an anomaly in Orange County. There aren't many honky-tonks in the area, but if you're going to check out such a watering hole in the land of citrus, the Swallow's Inn is worth the drive. Small, with dark wooden tables and high chairs, it's not uncommon to see cowboy boots, big buckles and Stetson hats crowding the dance floor. The Swallow's boasts a full bar, as well as a nice selection of bottled beers and eight brews on tap. Yet what makes the Swallow's Inn special isn't the booze; it's the live entertainment occurring almost every night. The small stage hosts a bevy of up-and-coming national and local country acts. Even if you consider yourself less than a fan of country, we defy you stay off the dance floor--especially after you've had a couple of beers and a shot of Jack Daniel's. More >>

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