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10 L.A. Landmarks We Lost During the 2010s

Let’s take a moment to say goodbye to some historic places that we lost in the last decade

7 Cultural Hot Spots We’re Most Excited to Visit in 2018

A new Magic Castle, restored art, cool theater, and more on the horizon

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

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

CityDig: What the LAPD Leaves Behind at Parker Center

From 1955 until 2009, when most staff moved to a new administrative building a block away, the Los Angeles Police Department’s Parker Center was as a proud symbol of police modernization and a focal point for controversy. Last week Chief Charlie Beck padlocked its front doors, and the aging building now stands vacant.

William Bratton Is the Most Famous Cop in America

He’s hot-tempered and can be as blunt as a Billy club. But Chief Bratton gets the job done