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Vintage Los Angeles

Scandia during the 1970s

Say Goodbye to the Scandia Building

Before the wrecking balls arrive to make way for a Marriott, a look back at one of L.A.’s finest and most happening restaurants ever

Pro Drum Shop founder Bob Yeager in front of the store in the early ‘60s

The Beat Goes On at “Wrecking Crew” Hangout Pro Drum Shop

The 56-year-old music shop keeps rocking

"All Things Must Pass," the upcoming documentary about Tower Records by Colin Hanks and Sean Stuart, features Robert Landau’s 1980 nighttime photo of the iconic record store from his book, "Rock ‘N’ Roll Billboards."

The Legendary Past and Celluloid Future of Tower Records on the Sunset Strip

A Q&A with Colin Hanks about his new documentary, All Things Must Pass

Scene It Before: L.A. on Screen

FastFurious

Scene it Before: Toretto’s House from Furious 7

From a beach at Ventura County Line to a home in Echo Park, the latest installment in the F&F franchise races around L.A.

The Playboy Mansion

Scene it Before: The Playboy Mansion

The owner of one of L.A.’s most filmed properties turns 89 today

A screen grab from "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"

Scene it Before: Janey’s Apartment from Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Koreatown stood in for the Windy City in the teen comedy turning 30 this month

Time Frame

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Time Frame: The Culver Hotel 88 Years Ago and Now

The ornate building was home to Oz’s Munchkins during the making of The Wizard of Oz

THE JIM HENSON COMPANY, 1416 N. La Brea Ave., Hollywood.
Elapsed Time: 97 years

Time Frame: Charlie Chaplin Studios, 97 Years Ago and Now

When the Jim Henson Company bought a former film studio in 1999, it dressed a statue of Kermit as the Little Tramp in honor of the lot’s founder

Church of the Good Shepherd, 505 N. Bedford Dr., Beverly Hills. Elapsed Time: 64 years

Time Frame: Church of the Good Shepherd Then and Now

In 1950, 18-year-old Elizabeth Taylor married hotel scion Conrad Hilton Jr., who was 23, in Beverly Hills