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  • Groov3
    GROOV3 founder, Benjamin Allen, seems drawn to dance floors. At the school parties and bat mitzvahs of his youth, he was always showcasing his moves. Though he earned a degree in business and communication from Arizona State University, the call of the dance floor proved stronger than that of the corporate world. Soon after graduation, Benjamin moved to Los Angeles to devote fully himself to the art of the groove in numerous TV commercials, musicals, sitcoms, and stage performances. Benjamin shares his passion for dance with students at GROOV3 during non-competitive cardio-dance classes. GROOV3's fleet of experienced instructors and live DJs attempt to build a community of like-minded dancers and share their commitment to fun-filled calorie burning in a relaxed atmosphere. Classes help students of all fitness levels kick-start their hearts and torch a few calories with energetic dance experiences that tone up muscles along the way.
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    560 S. Main Street #4W
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • King David Garage Door
    King David Garage Door's technicians know that garage doors can break at any time, day or night, so they're available to help frazzled customers 24/7. They replace faulty springs and rollers, swap out door openers, or remove broken garage doors and install new ones for residential and commercial customers. They also perform routine tune-ups to dodge the need for urgent repairs.
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    744 South San Pedro Street
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Market
    For the best pick-me-up in town, grab a cup of java at Market in Downtown Los Angeles. No need to splurge on a babysitter — tots will be right at home chowing down at Market. If dining outdoors is your idea of a good time, you'll love the gorgeous patio seating at Market. Access the Internet free of charge via Market's complimentary wifi. Pups of all sorts are also welcome at the coffee shop. Market will bring your food right to your doorstep if you prefer to make it a night in, or swing by the coffee shop yourself to carry out your meal. Restaurant customers can take advantage of the nearby parking options. A meal at Market will typically set you back about $30.
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    860 South Los Angeles Street
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Ronald Reagan State Building
    Ronald Reagan State Building is a restaurant offering a delicious menu. The excellent quality, set in a familiar atmosphere, will make you a regular. It should be noted that dressy is the recommended attire. Also, though the price can be a bit higher than average, the experience here is definitely what you pay for. If you want to browse the web or knock some work out, feel free to connect your device to the complimentary WiFi. Located right in the center of L.A., a visit to Ronald Reagan State Building is definitely worthwhile.
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    300 S Spring St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Little Tokyo Dental Group
    Little Tokyo Dental Group in Los Angeles promotes oral healthcare with gentle and pain-free dental procedures. When dental emergencies happen, the staff at Little Tokyo Dental Group is here to assist you. The next time you need a routine cleaning or a cavity filling, you can rely on Little Tokyo Dental Group.
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    316 E 2nd St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Los Angeles Conservancy
    If you've ever stood on the second floor of the Los Angeles Central Public Library and marveled at the explosion of color within the rotunda or the 12 adjacent murals depicting California history, then you have the Los Angeles Conservancy to thank. When the library was scheduled for demolition in the mid-1970s, concerned citizens formed the Conservancy to save the rotunda, the exterior limestone sculptures, and the library's many other architectural treasures. The group finally convinced the City Council to preserve the library in 1983, after years of public discussion, debate, and book-sniffing sit-ins. Ever since, it has advocated for greater Los Angeles's historic sites and educated people about the city's architectural heritage. The Conservancy is responsible for saving and revitalizing landmarks such as the former Cathedral of St. Vibiana, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House, and the world’s oldest remaining McDonald’s restaurant. To accomplish its mission, the membership-based nonprofit offers a number of ways people can experience these beautiful and storied places. The Last Remaining Seats series earned a Reader Recommendation for Best Film Series and Best Downtown Event in the Los Angeles Downtown News' 2012 poll, in which the conservancy’s walking tours also earned the title of Best Downtown Tour. But the organization does more than save grandiose public buildings: increasingly, it also focuses on smaller community projects such as garden apartments and sites that reflect the area's rich Latino culture. Executive director and 20-year Conservancy veteran Linda Dishman explained to Patt Morrison of the Los Angeles Times, "People are becoming more vocal. …That's one of the great secrets about Los Angeles: People really identify with their neighborhoods." The Conservancy also presents annual preservation awards to honor the efforts of individuals who fight to save places such as Pann’s Coffee Shop and Griffith Observatory.
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    523 W Sixth St.
    Los Angeles, CA US
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