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Author Chris Nichols

  • Chris Nichols

    Associate Editor

    Nichols joined Los Angeles magazine in 2000 and brings a historical perspective to the magazine with pieces on lost neon, vintage road trips, and the last elevator operator in L.A. Nichols writes the Ask Chris column and recently wrote a book about Los Angeles architect Wayne McAllister.

 

Slide Show: Vintage Knott's Berry Farm

Put on your cowboy hat and time travel back to mid-century Knott's Read more...

My Favorite Decade: 7 Angelenos Who Live Forever in the Past

This stylish group uses fashion as a way to relive history Read more...

Route 66 Comes to TV Today

The classic '60s TV series and other cool summer events offer a look back at the "Mother Road" Read more...

My LA to Z: Skyler Page

Page, whose new animated comedy Clarence premieres on Cartoon Network today, finds adventure in the mundane. Here he tells us where he finds secret sandwiches, books on science, and great people watching (served up alongside great pie) Read more...

Ask Chris: Stopped-Flow

Why do L.A.’s drains overflow when it rains? Read more...

Ask Chris: Save That Sculpture

What’s the deal with the melting statue at Pico and Fairfax? Read more...

Slide Show: Bowlarama at the Architecture and Design Museum

Space age California bowling architecture goes on display Read more...

Ask Chris: Oldie but Goodie

What is L.A.'s oldest eatery? Read more...

Noah, the Rock Monster, and The Cryptkeeper

We didn't remember all the Harry Potter/Lord Of The Rings/Waterworld parts of the biblical story Read more...

Chris's Picks: Weird and Wonderful Events, March 28-30

Moby leading a parade, Jason Schwartzman explaining teenagers, and secret rituals and Aztec cocktails with Maja the white witch. This is why we love L.A. Read more...

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