Who Killed Bugsy Siegel?

On June 20, 1947, gangster Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel was slain in Beverly Hills, his body riddled with bullets. One family claims to know who did it. Is one of the nation’s most famous cold cases heating up?
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A History of the Dodgers in the World Series from 1916 to 2020

Take a quick look back at the team's history after Tuesday's big win
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The History of Those Beautiful Jacaranda Trees in Bloom Around L.A.

How one pioneering woman brought trees with vibrant purple flowers to California’s landscape
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In This Epic 2009 Oral History, People Close to the Case Recall the Manson Murders

Charles Manson sent members of his “Family” on one of the bloodiest killing sprees in L.A. history. Those involved in the murders and their aftermath speak out

A New Nightmare Before Christmas Robot Joins Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion

Sally pines for Jack Skellington inside the iconic ride
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The Glorious Disco Days of Flipper’s Roller Rink

The skate center was L.A.’s answer to Studio 54—on wheels
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This Map Explains the Hidden Ways L.A. Places Got Their Names

The real stories behind ”Echo Park,” ”Bel Air,” and dozens of other local names

Here’s Why There’s a Giant Glowing Cross Up in Hollywood Hills

Tom Explores Los Angeles examines the history of the Ford Amphitheatre
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Netflix Purchase of Historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood Finally Wraps

American Cinematheque will continue to operate the cinema and stage regular screenings