Can the New 6th Street Viaduct Help Transform L.A.?

The replacement for an old bridge is carrying more weight than mere traffic
San Fernando Valley

CityDig: See the San Fernando Valley Before Tract Homes and Mini Malls

The Valley has a dramatic history that stretches out like the boulevards that crisscross it in all directions

The L.A. Skyline Has a New Owner

A major player has just picked up four of downtown Los Angeles’ most prominent real estate properties—including Gas Company Tower—dropping $430 million in a move that is set to make them the financial district’s largest operator of commercial property

Drops in the Bucket: Easy Ways to Save Water and Money

It doesn’t take a lot of effort to make the most of a precious resource, and water agencies like the DWP are doing more than ever to help. Here are some tips to get you going.

The Classic Landmark Regent Theatre in Westwood Is Closing After 50 Years

It will shut down to make way for two restaurants

City Nudges Norms Closer to Landmark Status

The Cultural Heritage Commission gave the La Cienega coffee shop a big thumbs up
Beverly Hills Library

Remembering Beverly Hills’ Magical Public Library

The midcentury oasis for reading was replaced more than 25 years ago

CityDig: The Ostriches of Griffith Park

In 1885, 34 of the large, ungainly birds arrived on an oak-dotted, 680-acre site on the bank of the Los Angeles River, largely to support a feathery trend in women's fashion

CityDig: DayTrippin’ on The Pacific Electric Trolley

This familiar map by D.W. Pontius, traffic manager of the Pacific Electric streetcar system, has appeared many times in many sources