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The Lovell Health House in Los Feliz opens its doors to movie buffs
If there’s one thing you can never have enough of in life (besides, like, taiyaki ice cream), it’s gorgeous illustrations of iconic L.A. landmarks. And thanks be to Our...
Artists, activists, architects, and socialists have long called these hills home
A tour of the famous house is up for auction, along with other cool experiences and items
Generations have held the Dodgers responsible for the loss of this neighborhood. The truth is much more complicated.
The eight best preservation projects of 2015 include a Moorish library, a railroad hospital, and everybody's favorite downtown cafeteria
For the children of L.A.’s most renowned architects, the famous last name might open a lot of doors, but it also brings some towering expectations. Five Angelenos who’ve gone their own way while following the family line
From Frank Lloyd Wright to Clifton's Cafeteria, this was a great year for old buildings in Los Angeles
Site-specific production The Princes of Kings Road is being staged at the original Neutra offices in Silver Lake