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After 70 Years, the Norms Chain of Iconic Googie Diners Looks to the Future

The throwback chain is celebrating seven decades with new stores, new merch, and really cheap breakfast

The Classic Norms on Pico Is Closing on Christmas Eve

The Westwood coffee shop goes dark after 47 years

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

Documentary Week on Ask Chris: Googie Architecture

A vintage visit to Bob's, Norms, and Denny's and the most outlandish and exuberant architecture in the history of Los Angeles

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

Norms is Safe for Now!

The neon will keep flashing on La Cienega

Where Have All the Late-Night Dining Options Gone?

There was a time when you couldn’t drive a block in L.A. post midnight without spotting the neon-lit roofline of a 24-hour restaurant