New Development Threatens the Original Eames-Designed Herman Miller Showroom

The 1949 building could be surrounded by a mixed-use hotel, retail, and residential tower
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A Big Rent Hike Could Spell the End of a Beloved Venice Beach Market

Facing a 120 percent increase in rent, Windward Farms hopes a buyer will keep the market alive

Here’s How Walt Disney’s Studio Could be Saved From Demolition

Options range from preserving it as a Historic Cultural Monument to storing it in a museum
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An Outdoor Church in Skid Row Was Already Close to Broke—Then Someone Stole All of Its Equipment

A devastating theft wound up being a blessing in disguise for the Row Church Without Walls
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How Proper Urban Planning Can Cure What Ails L.A.

The dean of USC's School of Architecture has big ideas about what L.A. should look like

Check Out Reseda Boulevard’s New Look

This stretch of Northridge looks better than ever

CityDig: Angels (and Tigers) in the Outfield

While it may sound impossible (and sad), the history of baseball in the Los Angeles goes back even further than the voice of Vin Scully

Charting the 127-Year History of Clifton’s, Downtown’s Most Glorious Resurrected Building

As the famed cafeteria readies to reopen on September 17, we explore how the woodsy-themed Jell-O slinger became the buzziest spot on Broadway

CityDig: Taking Artistic License With WWII-Era L.A.

This “map” created in 1941 is about 99 percent imagination and one percent geographer’s ink on the page

City Nudges Norms Closer to Landmark Status

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