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Even Amid the Red Scare, 1950s L.A. Was a Wonderland Without Fences for Young People

Author and screenwriter Erik Tarloff recalls childhood on Detroit Street—and crashing the gates of Samuel Goldwyn Studios

Honda’s First U.S. Headquarters Was Right Here in Los Angeles

The brand recently returned to the Pico Boulevard building where it all began
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45 Fascinating and Unconventional Landmarks That Define Los Angeles

Underrated. Overlooked. Whatever you want to call them, these offbeat icons will introduce you to the other L.A.

Vintage Images of L.A. Kiddieland Beverly Park Bring a Bygone Era to Life

A new exhibit in WeHo highlights the amusement park that inspired Walt Disney
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A Look Back at 10 Years of the Varnish, the Bar That Shaped L.A.’s Craft Cocktail Scene

The people behind the bar (literally) reflect on what the downtown institution has meant to them—and the city
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Bernie Sanders’ Run for Prez Is Giving “Bernie’s Coffee Shop” a New Lease on Life

Hours after the Vermont senator's announcement, Berners filled the retro diner on Wilshire

Pile In: The José Huizar Corruption Scandal Is Going to Be a Bus Tour

Esotouric is planning an oddessy through the shadier side of City Hall
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L.A.’s Boutique Airports Are Pretty Fly for Little Guys

When it comes to aviation, the area has a lot more to offer than Burbank and LAX