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Community Landscape

Hollywood Boulevard east of Highland Avenue, near the parade's starting point. Photo by Laura Dominguez/L.A. Conservancy

Christopher Street West / L.A. Pride Parade

Christopher Street West spearheaded the world's first LGBTQ pride parade in Hollywood in 1970.
Photo by Jean Serran

Douglas Park

In its early days, the site of this Santa Monica park housed both a film studio and an airfield.
Photo courtesy of GPA Consulting, Inc

Los Cinco Puntos

Located at the crossroads of Boyle Heights and East Los Angeles, Los Cinco Puntos reveals two meaningful local traditions.
Photo courtesy Calvin Fleming on Flickr

MacArthur Park

This park near downtown went from a mudhole, to a tony recreation spot, to a vibrant place of music, art, and community.
Photo by Jacques Garnier

Miles Playhouse

John Byers designed this playhouse, dedicated to the young men and women of Santa Monica.
Photo by David Wakely

Rancho Los Alamitos

Rancho Los Alamitos has hosted generations of various cultures, from the native Gabrielino-Tongva to governors to early Western families.
Photo by Marisela Ramirez/L.A. Conservancy

Ruben Salazar Park

Laguna Park, now Ruben Salazar Park, was the terminus of the 1970 Chicano Moratorium march and the site where protesters and law enforcement first clashed.