Plus, let's take a time travel trip down Broadway, closely watched L.A. preservation trains and an extra gross edition of Corruption Corner. Cover your…
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Echo Park Community De-Fence Action... The Morning AfterWatch now (6 min) | Gentle reader, Last night, in a powerful performative action inspired by the protests against destruction of Berkeley’s People’s…
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For our latest post that’s hidden from the rest of the internet, we want to take you on a rare tour inside Pasadena’s St. Luke Hospital, an…
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Gentle reader, A remarkable preservation battle is playing out in the flats of West Adams and Pico-Union, where handsome historic homes outside the…
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Rancho Los Amigos Preservation / Demolition Status Report (July 2022)Watch now (11 min) | a visit to the National Register district that Los Angeles County is presently reducing to rubble, with a mini tour of the central…
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Things are a little weird at the Hotel Cecil in Downtown Los Angeles these days. We've dug up some emails that suggest big changes could be coming for…
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Have you noticed that Los Angeles is falling apart? It is. And for those of us who have been here for a while, there’s a certain morbid fascination in…
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Just announced for 8/13 is a walk down Broadway in DTLA, to explore the rise, decline and potential of this beautiful mess of a National Register…
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In his 1946 will, the silent film actor William S. Hart left his 254-acre Horseshoe Ranch in Newhall, personal possessions and a trust account "for the…
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It was probably the weirdest service business in East Los Angeles: a sprawling combination auto bay, antique collection and outsider art gallery…
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Recently, our preservation pal Steven Luftman wrote one of his fascinating, deeply researched landmark nominations for a gorgeous building in the…
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Gentle reader, 845 days have elapsed since our last in-person event, a Route 66 bus tour that included a stop to explore Fairmount Pioneer Cemetery in…
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