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New Hotel on Sunset Strip Might Save Mid Century Bank

New hope for the zigzag bank that replaced the famed Garden of Allah hotel in 1959


Highlights from the 2014 L.A. Auto Show

The Gentleman Journalist finds the priciest car isn’t always the most impressive

President Obama addressed the nation on Thursday

A Primer on Obama’s Executive Actions on Immigration

The president’s use of power isn’t historic, but it does change how officials will handle cases of undocumented immigrants in Los Angeles and across the country

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

The former Pacific Railway depot at Chandler and Lankershim, North Hollywood

A Former Pacific Railway Depot Is Hiding Behind a Construction Fence in North Hollywood

This year’s Great Los Angeles Walk provides a look at our city’s transportation history—to those who are looking


New York vs. L.A.: Is Our City a Better Place for Women to Walk? Check Out Our Experiment

Inspired by the recent viral video, Alissa Walker does her own two-week walking tour to see if street harassment is as bad in L.A. as it looks in New York

N. Cesar E. Chavez Ave. and Ezra Street, East L.A.

Beauty and the Salon

Celebrating the quirky good looks of a pink parlour in East L.A.

Scene It Before: L.A. on Screen


Scene it Before: Ben’s Apartment from National Treasure

Nicolas Cage lives in a famous DTLA building in the adventure flick, which was released 10 years ago this week

Lynn and Bud in a scene of "L.A. Confidential"

Scene it Before: Lynn Bracken’s House from L.A. Confidential

The Veronica Lake look-alike lives in a Hancock Park abode in the 1997 film


Scene it Before: Zelda’s Apartment from A to Z

Cristin Milioti lives in a famous Fairfax District building on the new NBC series

Time Frame

Regency Village Theatre, 961 Broxton Ave., Westwood. Elapsed Time: 63 years.

Time Frame: Fox Village Theatre 63 Years Ago and Now

You might know it better as the Regency Village Theatre

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