Contents 1 History 2 Public transportation 3 In popular culture 3.1 Music 3.2 Film 3.3 Television 3.4 Video games 4 Business district 4.1 Neighborhoods 5 See also 6 Gallery of places along Ventura Boulevard (east to west) 7 References 8 External links

History[edit] Due to natural springs, one of the first inhabited areas of the San Fernando Valley was the land around what is now known as Los Encinos State Historic Park, at the corner of Balboa and Ventura boulevards, which was inhabited by the Tongva Indians possibly for thousands of years. This five acre (2 hm²) park now includes the original nine-room De La Osa Adobe (built in 1849) and a reservoir shaped like a Spanish guitar that collects the spring water. The Valley's first golf course opened at the corner of Ventura and Coldwater Canyon in 1922 (this is now the site of the Sportsmens Lodge). Also in 1922, around the area of Canoga Avenue south of Ventura Boulevard, Victor Girard purchased 2,886 acres (12 km²) of land and planted over 120,000 pepper, sycamore, and eucalyptus trees, later resulting in the appropriately named Woodland Hills. In 1928, just a couple blocks east of Laurel Canyon, Mack Sennett created his 38-acre (15.4 hm²) Keystone Studios, which produced silent movies with stars such as Fatty Arbuckle, W.C. Fields, Stan Laurel, and the Keystone Kops. After talkies, Keystone became Republic Pictures, and then in 1963 CBS Studio Center. Although closed to the public, this complex, which is located only a few blocks away from Ventura Boulevard, probably makes more TV sitcoms than any other studio. Looking eastward during CicLAvia, March 2015 In 2015 the Studio City section of Ventura Boulevard, along with Lankershim Boulevard, was the site of CicLAvia, an event sponsored by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority in which major roads are temporarily closed to motorized vehicle traffic and used for recreational human-powered transport.[1]

Public transportation[edit] Ventura Boulevard carries Metro Local line 150 and Metro Rapid line 750.

In popular culture[edit] Music[edit] The Everly Brothers recorded a song called "Ventura Boulevard" on their 1968 album Roots. Ventura Boulevard is mentioned in Tom Petty's song "Free Fallin'" ("All the vampires walkin' through the valley, Move west down Ventura Boulevard..."). The Boulevard is also mentioned in Frank Zappa's "Valley Girl" ("On Ventura, there she goes, she just bought some bitchin' clothes") a song about a valley girl (voiced by his daughter Moon Zappa) who lives in Encino and participates in typical Valley Girl activities such as shopping at The Galleria, not wanting to do the dishes, and getting her toenails professionally pedicured. Guitarist John 5 made a song entitled "18969 Ventura Blvd." Ventura Boulevard was also the name of a band from Delhi, India. In the documentary Living with Michael Jackson, it is revealed that Michael Jackson wrote the song Billie Jean while riding down Ventura Boulevard in his car. Haim's music video "Want You Back" is filmed on Ventura Boulevard. Film[edit] The boulevard is a prominent location in the movie The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Much of the films Crash and Transformers were filmed on the boulevard. Television[edit] In the Seinfeld episode "The Trip, Part 2", Jerry and George were said to be calling from a pay phone on Ventura Boulevard. In reality, the pay phone shown was on Ventura Place, about one block away. In the Treehouse of Horror VI episode of The Simpsons, Ventura Boulevard features as the location of the show's first ever live-action scene. Steve Allen, who lived in Encino, famously joked that "The Valley is the hippest part of town. They even named a boulevard after Charlie Ventura," referring to the renowned jazz saxophonist. Video games[edit] Video game developer Infinity Ward, which developed most of the games in the Call of Duty series, has its headquarters on Ventura Boulevard. The studios can be seen at 15821 Ventura Boulevard, Encino.

Business district[edit] The Ventura Business District is the commercial district along and around Ventura Boulevard. Ventura Boulevard and the district run along the northern base of the Santa Monica Mountains, following the former route of the colonial El Camino Real. Neighborhoods[edit] Ventura Boulevard in Encino Due to the district's extended linear size, it is rare for it to be considered one unified district, instead identified by neighborhoods within—along it. They include: Studio City Sherman Oaks Encino Tarzana Woodland Hills

See also[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ventura Boulevard. History of the San Fernando Valley to 1915 Index: San Fernando Valley

Gallery of places along Ventura Boulevard (east to west)[edit] Studio City Hand Car Wash Dupar's Restaurant, Studio City Sherman Oaks Shopping District Citibank and City National Bank Buildings Garnier Building at Rancho Los Encinos, 2008 Rancho Encino - Garnier Building, 1900 Encino Park Liquor Encino-Tarzana Branch Library Cupid's Hot Dog's, Tarzana

References[edit] ^ "Valley CicLAvia Crowd Estimated At 100K". CBS Los Angeles. 2015-03-23. Archived from the original on 2015-03-24. 

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