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Tarzana is a town in the San Fernando Valley of the Greater Los Angeles region.


The town was named after the Tarzana Ranch, which was owned in the early 1900s by Edgar Rice Burroughs, author of the Tarzan stories. The land was later subdivided and sold, and in the late 1920s the residents named the town Tarzana.

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Tarzana is located along US-101 a few miles west of its intersection with I-405.

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  • Paladino's Valley Music and Sports Lounge, 6101 Reseda Blvd, +1-818-342-1563 (), [1]. Paladino's has a well-deserved reputation as a venue for LA's greatest tribute bands - you probably won't ever see your favorite band in a small venue, so Paladino's may be the next best thing. They're also an occasional stop for major acts and local talent. Those not into music will find drinks a-plenty, pool, respectable bar food, free wireless internet, and more than a little bit of rock 'n roll attitude.  edit



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