Inglewood, city (1990 pop. 109,602), Los Angeles co., S Calif., a residential and industrial suburb of Los Angeles, in an oil-producing area; founded 1873, inc. 1908. Its manufactures include motor-vehicle parts, furniture, processed food, plastics, and electronic equipment. Northrop Rice Aviation Institute of Technology and the Hollywood Park racetrack are in Inglewood. The city is also home of the Great Western Forum, a massive arena that hosts concerts and other events.
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