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Podcast Preview: Sticks and L.A.’s Stonemasons

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, stonemason Frank Gallagher shares why it takes a "peculiar" individual to be successful in the crafts business

Podcast Preview: How L.A. County Put Itself On the Map

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, Curator Emeritus of the Natural History Museum Tom Sitton gives a preview of his new book The Courthouse Crowd: Los Angeles County and Its Government, 1850-1950

Podcast Preview: Imagining A New Life for the Riverside-Figueroa Bridge

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, Kevin Mulcahy of RAC Design Build Studios discusses the “daring proposal” to repurpose the steel structure into an elevated outdoor pedestrian park.

Podcast Preview: The Spiritualist Origins of San Diego’s Villa Montezuma

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, Richard and Kim wax cartographic with map librarian Glen Creason and visit Louise Torio in San Diego to uncover the story of Villa Montezuma, a Victorian mansion in the city's Historic Sherman Heights district

Podcast Preview: The Found Materials Of Watts Towers

Structures made of cans, bottles, and ... expensive tiles? Richard and Kim investigate in this exclusive Esotouric clip

Podcast Preview: Unlocking The Mysteries Of The Parley Johnson House

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, the Downey Assistance League's Florence Towers reveals what visitors can expect to see at the Parley Johnson House fundraiser on October 19th and 20th

Podcast Preview: The Literary Legacies of Charles Lummis and Charles Bukowski

In this exclusive clip, poet Suzanne Lummis and Executive Director of the Southern California Historical Society Patricia Adler-Ingram compare stories about the Los Angeles poet, Charles Fletcher Lummis, whose legacy reaches as far as post-modernist poet, Charles Bukowski.

Podcast Preview: One Night At Sam’s Hofbrau, DTLA’s First Strip Club

In this exclusive clip, one of L.A.'s longtime residents recounts his experience taking some "working girls" to the Atomic Cafe on 1st and Alameda

Podcast Preview: Remembering Gorky’s, The People’s Diner of DTLA

In this exclusive clip, Richard and Kim speak with restaurateur Judith Markoff Hansen, the woman behind DTLA's famed cafe and Russian brewery

Podcast Preview: California’s Role in the History of Aviation

In this exclusive clip, Alison Bruesehoff discusses the beginning of America's aviation history, beginning with the second annual International Aviation Meet in 1910