Los Angeles, also known as the "City of Angels" or "LA", is in the California State in USA.The city has many museums, hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, universities etc. Also it is the third richest city and fifth most powerful city in the World.Disclaimer : All efforts have been made to make this image accurate.
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The second-most populated city in America behind New York is second to none.
What happens in Las Vegas might stay there but everything that originates in Los Angeles spreads like wildfire! From the shores of San Pedro to the San Fernando Valley, the 'City of Angels' is like a cluster of many towns searching for a sprawling metropolis; like that one friend who's always down for anything; like a parent who encourages to be what one can be.
It's aptly nicknamed 'Creative Capital of the World' and is the epicenter of the nation痴 entertainment industry as it produces the culture that spreads throughout America and eventually, the world. It's wild, bitter, brutal, and gritty (but never shallow) for those seeking dissolution, hedonism, madness, fame, sex, and sunshine.
It is the face of James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause and the voice of N. Grab your things and a handful of glitter and start California dreamin'.
This is Los Angeles Drawn by the dreams of Californication, people flock here to cast their own shadow under the sun, to taste the bright lights of Tinseltown, and get a star on the boulevard.There are more artists (actors, writers, filmmakers, dancers, and musicians) living and working here than any other place at any time in history.Those who love LA like the sun loves California, New York is just an imaginary backdrop for Scorsese movies.There is some truth in fiction about joys of So Cal living.Stereotypes like faux-bohemian babes and dudes with golden skin and living on the Paleo Diet popping Valium before meditation class and every server is an aspiring actor or screenwriter.Where everybody's a celluloid hero or an almost-famous star, where the uncanny is commonplace and fetish is just an inclination, and where people know each other by headshots instead of faces.