Los Angeles Neighborhoods

Type the Los Angeles neighborhood that corresponds to the hint provided.
Cities like Glendale, Beverly Hills, etc. are not included
Boundaries are defined by the Los Angeles Times Mapping L.A. http://maps.latimes.com/neighborhoods/
Quiz by englishsystem
Last updated: November 12, 2014
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Hipsters, Coffee Shops, Hills
Silver Lake
Muscle Beach, Street Performers, Tourists
Occidental College, 2 Freeway, Dave’s Chillin and Grillin
Eagle Rock
Shrine Auditorium, The Coliseum, USC
University Park
Cal State, Earthquake, The Valley
Macarthur Park, Salvadoran and Guatemalans, Dr. Pacheco
Mansions, Ronald Reagan, The Fresh Prince
Roughly 95% Latino, American Me, Not East LA
Boyle Heights
Oldest neighborhood in LA, Man-made Lake, Short Stop
Echo Park
Towers, Riots, Sanford and Son
Bilingual signs, Largest Neighborhood in LA, BBQ
Quintessentially “Westside”, Fire in 1961, O.J. Simpson
Borders Griffith Park, Old Houses, Costco
Atwater Village
LGBT, The Abbey, Permit Parking Galore
West Hollywood
Chicken Boy,110 Freeway, Donut Friend
Highland Park
.5 sq. mile, Quaint Old-town Street, Chipotle with a Parking Lot
More Mansions, Consul General Housing, Rossmore
Hancock Park
Golf Course, High Median Household Income, 118 Freeway
Porter Ranch
Level 67
Nov 12, 2014
Nice. Didn't recognize Larchmont Village, even though I live just east of Wilton (which makes my neighborhood either "Hancock Park Adjacent" or "Baja Hancock Park" or "South Hollywood"). Once upon a time you could have also described Larchmont as the home of the only Tudor-style Blockbuster outlet, but it closed when Blockbuster went out of business. Let's see similar quizzes for Chicago, San Francisco and New York (and London, Paris, and so on).
Level 74
Nov 16, 2014
Porter Ranch is on the 118, not the 134... that tripped me up. I have no excuse for missing Hancock Park and University Park.
Level 29
Jun 2, 2019
West Hollywood is a city and goes against description...