As the movie industry was settling into Hollywood in the 1920s, its wealthy executives were settling into Beverly Hills. The space between these neighborhoods—known then as Sherman—became home to many newly arrived performers. The unincorporated “city” of Sherman didn’t have to play by its neighbors’ rules, and it soon earned a reputation as a playground for alternative fantasies. Nightclubs such as Ciro’s opened in the decades following the ‘20s, providing stages on which actors could engage in overtly gender-bending performances. By the 1950s, Ciro’s was hosting LA’s first gay nights. That institution has since closed, but others carry forth its legacy.Read More
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