CityDig: Welcome to the Coliseum

When it comes to an historic venue in Los Angeles, nothing compares to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for great moments in our city’s story

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Toyota’s Hydrogen Marvel Shined at Environmental Media Awards

The only emission from the FCV, going on sale next summer, is pure water vapor


How L.A. Works: Your Commute

Millions pulse through L.A.’s lattice of roads and railways each day. The infrastructure is so intricate, we crafted a fictive model to capture how we make our way through the city

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A Walker in L.A.: Seeing the CIty from the Ground Up


1950s L.A. is Alive in Hollywood’s Spaulding Square

How Alissa Walker stepped back in time with one wrong turn

2nd Street and Figueroa, Bunker Hill

Ecstasy in the 2nd Street Tunnel

Booming bass, bike bells, shrieks of joy, and other highlights from Alissa Walker’s journey downtown

Katella Avenue and the 5 Freeway, Anaheim

This Arched Expo Could Forever Change the Anaheim Freeway

A sneak peek of ARTIC, Orange County’s new high-speed rail station

Scene It Before: L.A. on Screen

The Kimberly Crest house in 2013

Scene it Before: The Kimberly Crest House from Hell Night

A Redlands landmark played an abandoned mansion in the 1981 horror classic


Scene it Before: Phil’s Halloween Open House from Modern Family

A historic Victorian made an appearance in a holiday-themed episode of the ABC series

Can you spot the L.A. bookstore in this scene from Gone Girl?

L.A. Plays the Midwest (and New York) in Gone Girl

You’ll spot several Los Angeles locations in director David Fincher’s film adaptation of the twisted tale

Time Frame

Larry Zarian Transportation Center,
400 W. Cerritos Ave., Glendale.
Elapsed Time: 87 years

Larry Zarian Transportation Center, Then and Now

See a snapshot of the L.A. landmark from 87 years ago


Battery Barlow-Saxton Then and Now

The decommissioned army station in San Pedro has a star-studded history


The Los Angeles Sanitarium Then and Now

What is now City of Hope once housed those afflicted by tuberculosis