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The exhibitions at M+B take you on a journey of discovery with the artist. The gallery hosts contemporary art exhibitions, with a spotlight on photography as a preferred medium. The minimalist space serves as the perfect foil for the works displayed here. Discover artists like Matthew Brandt, Jesse Stecklow, and Hannah Whitaker who showcase their works within the gallery space. Innovation is the name of the game, and the dynamic line up of exhibitions keeps things interesting with unique shows like "Please Have Enough Acid in the Dish," where food and art collide in a fascinating exploration of the two.
Located in the beautiful gated community homes of Baker Ranch, The Grove Clubhouse is one of their prime features. The clubhouse offers a recreation center, separate pools for kids and adults, outdoor barbecue and kitchen facilities. The clubhouse also offers a large space for hosting private events. Why venture out for a getaway when you have an in-house recreational facility like this.
This is one of the final resting places of Hollywood stars, and suitably overlooks the Universal, Disney and Warner Brothers studios in North Hollywood. Though huge in its own right, the park is smaller than its Glendale counterpart, located just 10 minutes away, and there aren't too many celebs buried here. Well-known names include Lucille Ball, Gene Autry, Ricky Nelson and Steve Allen. The place also salutes the American Revolution with “The Birth of Liberty”, allegedly the largest historical mosaic in the world, and life-sized bronze statues of erstwhile presidents. Models of old-world churches also dot the scene, adding to the ambiance. Admission is free and hours are seasonal. Gather some stardust!