Norms Restaurant Chain Has Sold

After 65 years of family ownership, a new operator takes over

20 Years After: The Community Organizer

Aurea Montes-Rodriguez was changed forever by the riots

A Photographer Explores Southern California’s Desert Ruins

In the new book ’Abandoned Southern California,’ Ken Lee makes haunting images of crumbling worlds throughout the region

CityDig: Bright Lights, Big Theatres

In 1925, DTLA's theatre district was a must-do attraction for visitors and locals

You Can Visit the Café From La La Land in Real Life

The set has been recreated on the Warner Bros. lot exactly as it appeared in the movie
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One of the Last Great SoCal Bowling Alleys Could Soon Be Gone

Preservationists are launching a last-ditch effort to save Palos Verdes Bowl from the wrecking ball

Main Sqeeze: How the Orange Revolutionized California

Exotic and delicious, the citrus fruit was not only a symbol of the Golden State’s prosperity—it was an invitation to move here

Is Gibson’s Acquisition of the Tower Records Building a Good Thing?

Native son, historian and Riot on Sunset Strip author Domenic Priore weighs in

CityDig: The Second Street Tunnel’s Rise to Fame

Like a veteran character actor, L.A.’s Second Street Tunnel is instantly recognizable even if few know its name. But of course, it was not built for film and TV production