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Netflix May Purchase the Historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood

The company would operate the historic cinema in collaboration with American Cinematheque

21 Movie Theaters in L.A. You Need to Experience Before You Die

You owe it to yourself to do movies the right way

Here’s How Two Hollywood Packrats Changed the Way You See Old Movies

The vintage movie collections from these superfans are headed to auction this month

Dig Deep Into Los Angeles Restaurant History at the American Cinematheque

Josh Kun, chef Sherry Yard, and Joan Crawford as Mildred Pierce on the big screen

Space Savers: Meet the People Fighting to See the Past in L.A.’s Future

Experts weigh in on how historic places in Los Angeles will look in 2020 and beyond
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Time Frame: The Egyptian Theater 91 Years Ago and Now

In the 1920s, the Egyptian came up with a number of preshow rituals to entertain its guests

Nick Cave is not a Fan of the Sick Bags on United Flights

Lollipop ladies, decapitated heads, and free poetry: Nick Cave reads from his new book Sick Bag Songs

See Nathan Marsak’s Rare Photos of Downtown’s Long-Gone Bunker Hill

The historian will illuminate the rise and fall of the grand downtown neighborhood

The 4th Annual L.A. EigaFest

Showcasing the best of contemporary Japanese cinema, the Japan Film Society presents premieres, galas, screenings, and panel discussions. Various times.

Slide Show: Vintage Knott’s Berry Farm

Put on your cowboy hat and time travel back to mid-century Knott's