"I met her at this house party on El Segundo and Central" - Kendrick Lamar repping Compton (Sherane aka Master Splinter's Daughter)
  1. Hollywood & Vine: Notorious 1920's "Golden Age" epicenter, made popular by gossip columnist Hedda Hopper.
  2. Fairfax & Wilshire: The spot where Biggie was fatally shot (while leaving an after party at The Peterson Automotive Museum)
  3. The 101 & The 110: The four level freeway interchange, known as "The Stack," an iconic LA image, when viewed from above.
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  4. Sunset & Crescent Heights: Former location of Schwab's Pharmacy, famous for starlets being "discovered" at the soda counter.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald was a regular, and once suffered a non-fatal heart attack in the checkout line.
  5. Florence & Normandie: Hours after the acquittal of the officers who beat Rodney King, this intersection erupted in protests that grew into the 1992 LA Riots.
    Tragically, a lot of violence took place here, including the beating of Reginald Denny.
  6. Rodeo & Wilshire: Pretty Woman, obviously.
  7. Linden & Whittier: The two streets make the far tip of "The Beverly Hills Bermuda Triangle," where Bugsy Siegel was gunned down, and Howard Hughes crashed an airplane.
  8. Mulholland & Laurel Canyon: the center of the '60s LA music scene.