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Olympic Drive-In Theatre, Hollywood, CA

Photography By Hulton Archive / Getty Images

Summer nights spent under the stars at the drive-in. Sounds like a thing of the past, right? This week, we’re throwing it back to the 1950s when drive-in theatres became popular for family outings and date nights. In 1951, 2 women drive past a sign advertising Hollywood’s Olympic Drive-In, formerly named the Pico Drive-In — California’s first outdoor movie theatre. Moviegoers in more than 750 cars were able to enjoy movie nights at the drive-in until it closed in 1973.

Check back every week this month for our Vintage Summer Throwback Thursdays.

 

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Venice Beach, CA

Photography By John Paul “Boomer” Lacoangelo / LA Tourism

If you’re looking for a summer escape where the sun is always shining and there’s an abundance of beaches and activities, the City of Angels is calling your name! Enter to win an exciting trip for 2 to Los Angeles. The $10,000 prize package includes the following:

– Round-trip airfare for 2
– Hotel accommodations for 3 nights in Hollywood and 3 nights in Marina Del Rey
– A night of shopping and dining in Beverly Hills
– A VIP Experience at Universal Studios Hollywood
– A walking tour through LA’s world-famous Farmers Market
– Segway tour through Santa Monica and Venice Beach
– A behind-the-scenes tour of the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach
– A 2-hour Harbor Dinner Cruise from Marina Del Rey
– Car rental for duration of the week
– $2,000 in spending money

From Hollywood’s Walk of Fame and Beverly Hills’ Rodeo Drive, to the Santa Monica Pier and Venice Beach Boardwalk, there’s an abundance of fun and entertaining things to do in LA.

For the ultimate chance to win, enter daily for this $10,000 trip for 2 to LA.

 

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