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When Did L.A. Have a Red City Hall?

Rumor has it, bricks from the city's former HQ have ended up all over town

When Disney Was a Mid-Century Modern Icon

Remembering the Happiest Place of the Space Age

The McMansionization of Los Angeles Is Dulling the Beauty of Its Neighborhoods

Homes are getting bigger, but that doesn’t make them better

How Your HGTV Obsession Is Setting You Up for Homeowner Heartbreak

Spoiler alert: Those HGTV shows do not depict reality

These Are the Neighborhoods Where You’ll Find L.A.’s Best Collections of Historic Homes

Block after block of Victorian, Craftsman, Modernist, and more

The New LACMA Is Now $150 Million Closer, Thanks to a Record-Breaking Gift from David Geffen

The donation is one of the largest anyone has ever made to a museum

These Are the Architects Whose Houses Set off Insane Bidding Wars in L.A.

Big names, vintage houses, frenzy, and yearning

The Most Coveted Home in L.A. is Definitely Not Going Up for Sale

Keep your millions—this iconic house is staying in the family

This Trippy Bernie Sanders Mural Might Be Made Permanent

Owners of Johnie’s coffee shop want the psychedelic art to remain at Wilshire and Fairfax

A Look Inside Sunnylands, the Magnificent Mid-Century Estate Near Palm Springs

Frank Sinatra, Ronald Reagan, and even Barack Obama have all kicked back at Sunnylands