Up for some asana? Head to this bright, open blonde-wood studio with exposed fixtures on the ground floor of the historic San Fernando...
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Regent Theater information
This historic theater originally opened in 1914 as the National Theater, and became the Regent in 1917. In 2014 it opened as Downtown's newest historic live-music venue, seating about 1000 people.