Scott Reyes photographed the corridors of the once magnificent L.A. County Poor Farm
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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?
50 years after the Tate-LaBianca Murders, antipathy toward the surviving participants remains as potent as ever
Elon Musk didn't invent the idea of drilling holes into Los Angeles. George Warren Shufelt did it first.
Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" is inspiring a new appreciation for a lost era
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
For the first time ever, Michael J. Libow shares pictures inside his home fit for Hansel and Gretel