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Scene It Before: The Draper House from "Mad Men"

The Ossining, New York, home from the departing AMC series rests in an oft-filmed Pasadena neighborhood Read more...

CityDig: We've Hit the Mother Ditch

Urban archaeologists agree that a well-preserved chunk of the Zanja Madre, or Mother Ditch, has been discovered in Chinatown. This 1874 map shows the path of the pipe as it passed through the old pueblo Read more...

Political Digs: Eric Garcetti is Renting Out His Silver Lake Home for $8,500 a Month

As of Monday, the mayoral mansion has been listed on The MLS Read more...

A Walker in L.A.: Cross Purposes

New crosswalks are a sign the city is being friendlier to pedestrians Read more...

Mix and Match: Mobile Dating App Hinge Launches in L.A. Today

Hinge hopes to take courtship back to its old-fashioned roots by capitalizing on a concept apps like Tinder have only touched on: the importance of mutual friends. PLUS: Your chance to attend a launch party at Graystone Manor Read more...

Five Questions For...Ken LaZebnik

The veteran film and TV writer uncovers undiscovered bits of film history in his new book, Hollywood Digs Read more...

CityDig: When Model T’s Scaled the California Incline

Footpaths like the Sunset Trail and stairways like the 99 Steps preceded it, but the California Incline was the first automobile shortcut over Santa Monica’s ocean bluffs Read more...

Podcast Preview: How Judaism Influenced DTLA's First Christian College

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, Richard and Kim learn that the famed Jesus Saves sign downtown was in fact paid for by a Danny Rose, a member of the Church of the Open Door (which had a hefty Hebrew contingent) Read more...

MamaLA: The Kids Shall Inherit the Earth

The time to take care of Mother Nature is all year long Read more...

Scene It Before: The Church in "How I Met Your Mother"

The Farhampton house of worship where Barney and Robin tied the knot is right here in Hollywood Read more...
 
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