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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.

 

Win a Million Dollars and an Evening with Jon Hamm

How's your fastball? Hamm's new movie is hosting a pitching contest with a big prize Read more...

Ask Chris: Rest in Pieces

When it comes to ditching a clunker, what are an Angeleno’s options? Read more...

Slide Show: Vintage Knott's Berry Farm

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

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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