Venues that have a dash of fun thrown in for good measure.
As a reporter for LA Talk said, “ I walked through the venue without even noticing the tables of daters; events are so chic and low key you might just walk right by.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Much like a private club, not every dater is for us.
In a group, there’s no pressure, everyone relaxes, and you can be yourself.
Each month is packed with 30-50 great event choices: foodie, night out, active adventure, casual hangout…
late night workers hear voices and tapping on the upper level of the theater.
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The last theater in the hall way on the left of the cinema is haunted by 2 ghosts, a young boy and an elderly man.
A fire broke out supposedly when the place was a drug store in the late 1950's, killing at least 3 people.
A former employee reports things fell off of shelves without explanation, their hair was pulled and their shoulder grabbed by an unseen force, they saw a floating head atop a freezer in the lower level bakery, one of the other coworkers entered the restroom and the faucet turned on by itself and the toilet flushed, while searching for the light switch on her first day working, the lights mysteriously turned on by themselves, while setting tables all the dinner forks had been turned on their sides, one night a woman working stepped inside the cooler and when she walked back out all the chairs had been pulled out from under the tables.
According to past stories from previous owners there are three ghosts. The woman is the only one to ever have been seen and seems to be the one most often heard/sensed by anyone.
The Lady of the Lake - Believed to be haunted by Margaret Hersh Robertson. Every morning, as was known by many lake residents, Margaret would swim out to the island. She has been sighted numerous times, after her passing, swimming seemingly along side a startled couple in a canoe.