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This grandiose Hollywood cemetery is the final resting place of many of Tinsel Town's early stars -- and, at its spectacularly old-fashioned Masonic Lodge, host to the occasional indie rock show or poetry reading. On warm summer nights, the lawn at Hollywood Forever is a wonderful place to catch an old movie and sip wine under the stars. Plan ahead: Parking can be difficult for movie nights, and the lines can be long.

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