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13 Things Los Angeles Gained in 2013

Before ringing in 2014, take a look back at thirteen people, places, events, and awards that have made L.A. even cooler in the last twelve months than it already was.

Giving Tuesday: This Year, Philanthropy is All the Rage

On Tuesday, December 3, show your local cultural institutions how much you love them.

Bottoms Up! NHM Throws the L.A. Aqueduct a 100th Birthday

In 1913, spectators at the grand opening of the L.A. Aqueduct received a commemorative bottle of water fresh from Owens Valley. Today and tomorrow, you can get another.

FRAMED: An Architectural Sleeve of Glass and Grass for the NHM That Was Never Built

Gigantic concrete and glass saucers in Runyon Canyon, a three-mile-long people mover in downtown--a look at the L.A. that was never built.

Help Los Angeles Win the Cooper-Hewitt People’s Design Award

Two of our very own public spaces—Spring Street Park and the Nature Gardens—are up against 18 other opponents for the prestigious accolade

L.A.’s Most Inspiring Women

When it comes to making L.A. better, those who made this year’s list of our ten most inspiring women aren’t just leaning in—they’re leading the way

These Artifacts Reveal the History of Los Angeles

From missions to Hollywood and more, take a peek at remnants of the past

Can You Dig It?

You never know what surprises will surface when you start digging into our shared history

Becoming Los Angeles Opens At The Natural History Museum

The century-old institution houses 35 million objects. Here are some of our favorites.