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Encyclopedia > Sherman Oaks, California

Sherman Oaks is a district of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, California. It is the gateway to "the Valley" and home to the legendary Sherman Oaks Galleria. It was originally subdivided in 1927.

Sherman Oaks is primarily a bedroom community, although many small mom-and-pop businesses line Ventura Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard. The suburb is also known somewhat for the Sherman Oaks Castle Park, a large arcade and miniature golf course.

Sherman Oaks has several skyscrapers near the intersection of Sepulveda Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard, the tallest being the City National Bank tower, having around 20 stories.

Van Nuys Boulevard also hosts the world-renowned Grossman Burn Center at Sherman Oaks Hospital.

Sherman Oaks Castle Park http://www.laparks.org/shermanoaks_castlepk/index.htm

Sherman Oaks Galleria http://www.seeing-stars.com/Shop/Galleria.shtml

Sherman Oaks Public Library http://www.lapl.org/branches/51.html

Sherman Oaks Virtual web site http://www.venturablvd.com/blvdsearch/SHOsearch.html

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Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (835 words)
Sherman Oaks is an 8.1-square-mile district in the San Fernando Valley region of the City of Los Angeles, California.
Sherman Oaks is part of the city of Los Angeles and is represented in the Los Angeles City Council by Second District City Councilwoman Wendy Greuel and Fifth District City Councilman Jack Weiss.
Sherman Oaks' main claim to fame is as home of the Sherman Oaks Galleria, a shopping mall identified as a meet-up place for the Valley girls, a 1980s cultural label which became widely known because of the 1983 movie Valley Girl and a song of the same name by Frank Zappa.
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