Norms

Norms Declared a City Landmark

The 1957 googie coffee shop joins the list of protected buildings

CityDig: The Battle Over Union Station

It seems like the cool hub with the magnificent lobby has always been part of L.A., but the campaign to get it built was filled with intrigue
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Now Arriving: More L.A. Bus Stops With Free Wifi and Phone Chargers

Soofa’s “smart bench" treats public transit users like 21st century citizens
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Will the City Hall Corruption Scandal Doom a Massive DTLA Development?

Officials are seeking to revoke permits for an L.A. Live-adjacent megaproject that City Attorney Mike Feuer has called ”a product of corruption”

Here’s a Peek at What a Restored Rialto Theater Would Look Like

This proposal from the owner of the Vista Theater would restore the 1925 South Pasadena movie house and add two screens

Frank Gehry Promises Not to Turn the L.A. River Into a Solo Project

The architect tells us his work to revitalize the waterway isn’t what critics think

10 Classic Los Angeles Hot Dogs Way More Exciting Than the Ones Announced by Burger King

The late night neon at Tommy's, Chroni's and Pink's Hot Dogs is calling you

L.A. Made GOOD Magazine’s List of the Top 50 “Cities of Possibility”

Editor Rosie Spinks tells us why Los Angeles is great—but not as great as Hong Kong

Not All of L.A.’s Architectural Marvels Are Vintage

Peek inside a new book that celebrates more recent additions to the city's beautiful built environment
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As Rents Rise, a Movement to Preserve the Character of Magnolia Park Is Gaining Steam

The funky shops that have long defined the Burbank neighborhood are at risk of displacement or worse