Work on the original model from the TV series will be finished in time for the show’s 50th anniversary this fall
Four new art books to peruse if you can’t make it to the Palm Springs Modernism Show and Sale this weekend
See A Manhattan Beach Memoir before it’s demolished at the end of the month
Ask Chris: I’m Employed at Dreamworks Animation Glendale and Hear Rumors That the Land Was an Airport. Is That True?
Our in-house historian has the answer
The days of freebies are coming to an end
A traffic warning that will make you cringe and smile
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During preconstruction of the Purple Line, an MTA crew uncovered several of the 300,000-year-old shells
Before ringing in 2014, take a look back at thirteen people, places, events, and awards that have made L.A. even cooler in the last twelve months than it already was.
Find out where the longtime Popeye host can be found on your dial today.
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The hit song that inspired a generation of women to “start walkin'” turns 50 tomorrow
She transports readers back in time with Vintage Los Angeles, her biweekly CityThink column about L.A.’s bygone legends
The celebrity car salesman behind Frank Corrente Cadillac Corner on his more than 50 years in the business
A sleepy Burbank community portrayed the Anywhere, U.S.A town where Kevin Arnold and Winnie Cooper grow up
The Tournament of Roses Association headquarters was featured prominently during the show’s sixth season
A bank-turned-restaurant makes an appearance in the holiday rom-com
Remember the Pendletones? Neither do most Beach Boys fans. That was the group’s name early on—a nod to the flannel shirts the heart-throbs were fond of wearing, as they did at this session with photographer Ken Veeder
The movie house was the first in the South Bay designed to accommodate the talkies
The hotel’s famous catering manager, Fred Hayman, was unimpressed with Conrad Hilton’s modernist venture when he came to work at the Hilton in 1954