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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

The Home Where Walt Disney Founded His First Studio Is Set to be Demolished

New Owners Seek to Replace the Classic Craftsman Bungalow Where the 22-Year-Old Animator Started His Career

Downtown Cool Kid Nightclub The Smell Might Be Demolished

The funky downtown neighborhood has been through big changes. Will the 90s-era club survive?

Hooray L.A.! Opens Saturday Night at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater

Developers want to replace the vintage puppet theater with apartments but the show must go on

The Academic Study of Dingbat Apartments You’ve Been Waiting for Is Here

A panel of experts discusses Dingbat 2.0 in Santa Monica this weekend
Gamble House

Two L.A. Dwellings Are Among the “10 Homes That Changed America”

There's a free preview and panel discussion about the new PBS series this week

Slide Show: Get a Look at the Los Angeles Conservancy 2016 Preservation Award Winners

The eight best preservation projects of 2015 include a Moorish library, a railroad hospital, and everybody's favorite downtown cafeteria

Will Live Nation or Goldenvoice Take Over the Warner Grand?

The art deco movie palace is celebrating 85 years in San Pedro

Preservation Roundup: 13 Historic Places We Are Thankful For

From Frank Lloyd Wright to Clifton's Cafeteria, this was a great year for old buildings in Los Angeles
first Taco Bell

Slide Show: The Original Taco Bell Stand Went Rolling Through the Streets Last Night

The 1962 restaurant made the 45-mile journey from Downey to Irvine