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Social Media Accounts Every Angeleno Should Follow

Kyle Fitzpatrick’s picks for the most popular platforms
menus

A Feast of Vintage Menus on Display at Downtown Library

Curator Josh Kun explores Los Angeles history through food

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

22nd Anniversary Celebration

The Library Foundation of Los Angeles celebrates its anniversary with a shindig honoring Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Junot Díaz
To Live and Dine in L.A.

L.A. Library Foundation Launches “To Live and Dine in L.A.” Menu Project

The multi-platform exhibit will highlight Los Angeles restaurant culture using a historic collection of over 9,000 menus

The Best Things in Life are Free, Like This Weekend’s “Writing California” Literary Confab

Free discussions, readings, and panels will be held this weekend, culminating with a bus tour of Raymond Chandler's L.A.

Moby Dick Beaches Itself on L.A.’s Shores: 5 Ways to Cram for the Book

Save the excuses. We know you didn’t read Moby Dick. That’s why we’ve put together a cheat sheet to prepare you for the “What Ever Happened to Moby Dick?” event series

Happy 232nd Birthday, Los Angeles!

Ten places to celebrate the founding of El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles

50 Years After “I Have A Dream,” Martin Luther King Exhibit Opens

Los Angeles Public Library honors the late civil rights leader with a new exhibit King, The Kennedys, and Los Angeles.