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Archetypal L.A. Dads to Celebrate This Weekend

From "the father of the Eastside" to the L.A. burger that spawned a generation of gourmet patties

Slide Show: Michael Murphy’s Vintage “Forgotten Modern” Prints Showcase L.A. Landmarks

A overlooked exhibit by artist Michael Murphy is coming to the Neutra museum in Silver Lake

Remembering Reverend Robert Schuller and His Architectural Legacy

Historian Daniel Paul looks back at Richard Neutra's drive-in church and the Crystal Cathedral

Six Gypsy-Inspired Interior Design Styles

There’s more to boho chic than beaded curtains, tie-dye, and mismatched furniture

Secret L.A.: The Unusual Resting Places of Three Famous Figures

The remains of Pio Pico, Mahatma Gandhi, and Richard Neutra aren’t where you might think they are

Framed: Los Angeles County Has the Coolest Hall of Records Anywhere

Michael Murphy can’t get enough of L.A.'s architectural zoo

Chris’s Picks: 10 Great New L.A. Books

OK, newish.. Here's a year end review of some recent favorites

Crestwood Hills: Brentwood’s Secret Utopia

Designed by a dream team of midcentury architects, Crestwood Hills boasted a communal nursery, preschool, and credit union. Now, it's part of Pacific Standard Time.

The Jury’s Out (And So Was Our Executive Editor)

Matthew Segal took multitasking to new heights when he fulfilled his civic duties while working on our April issue.

Architect Richard Neutra’s Modernist Cyclorama Demolished

1961 Masterpiece Destroyed By National Park Service