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Wait. Is It Really True That the Queen Mary Is Sinking?

The vintage cruise ship is visibly leaking

L.A.’s Most Iconic Mid-Century Bowling Alley Has Closed

Covina Bowl shut down for good this weekend; the building's future is uncertain

Disney’s Forgotten Art Deco Airport Just Won a Preservation Award

The L.A. Conservancy honors the year’s greatest preservation achievements

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

Exclusive: Formosa Cafe Owner Reveals Plans for Legendary Restaurant

The classic Chinese restaurant closed earlier this week

This Iconic Downtown Police Station Is Facing Demolition

The Parker Center has long been an L.A. landmark, but we might lose it to new development

The Classic Norms on Pico Is Closing on Christmas Eve

The Westwood coffee shop goes dark after 47 years

This Mid-Century Hollywood Bank Is Facing Demolition

The Los Angeles Conservancy just filed a lawsuit in hopes of saving Lytton Savings

These Beloved, Iconic L.A. Buildings Are in Danger of Being Demolished

Covina Bowl was added to the historic list, but these are facing imminent threats

Will Bob Hope’s House be the Next Old Hollywood Home to Be Demolished?

The late comedian's estate is on its way to becoming a city landmark