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  • 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.

 

Slide Show: A Pee-wee Herman Art Show is Coming to NerdMelt

More than 50 artists pay tribute to Pee-Wee, plus lollipops, puppets, and a photo booth Read more...

The Life of Buster Keaton Unfolds in "Stoneface"

French Stewart stars as the silent-era comedian Read more...

Slide Show: Wild and Wonderful Concept Art from Long Lost L.A. Theme Park

Pacific Ocean Park surfaced in 1958 and was gone less than a decade later Read more...

Slide Show: Bowlarama at the Architecture and Design Museum

Space age California bowling architecture goes on display Read more...

How To Do…Universal Studios

L.A.’s big theme park has a dastardly new attraction Read more...

Road Trip Movies: How To Make Pee Wee's Big Adventure Your Own

Pee Wee's Big Adventure screens Sunday, March 23rd at Arclight Cinemas in Hollywood. Go search out these iconic L.A. sites after you’ve seen the movie Read more...

Tune Full of Sugar: Saving Mr. Banks

In the film, the unsung heroes of Disney’s greatest hits get their due Read more...

How To Do… Olvera Street

Savor early L.A. as you succumb to the kitschy charms of this historic marketplace Read more...

Matt Damon Pays A Visit To 2154 Los Angeles

...and other visions from Elysium Read more...

Tony Bennett Gets Schooled in the Arts

The vocal legend shares his favorite places to find culture in L.A. Read more...

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