History | Historic Los Angeles

So Long, Sears. What Comes Next For These Empty Architectural Behemoths?: LAist

In Boyle Heights, the nine-story, Art Deco store that started it all is a strange mix of bustling commerce and yawning, empty space.

Architecture & Interior Design | Threatened History & Preservation

The Academy Museum Is Restoring This 1939 Mid-Wilshire Landmark - Los Angeles Magazine

Here's what's happening at Wilshire and Fairfax

Architecture & Interior Design | Threatened History & Preservation

UPDATE: Iconic Irish Pub Tom Bergin’s Reduces Hours, Future Uncertain - Los Angeles Magazine

After slashing staff, hours, and its food menu, it appears one of L.A.’s oldest bars is in jeopardy

Entertainment | The Hometown

Tour Los Angeles during its ‘Golden Age of neon’

A new book features hundreds of vintage photos of LA’s best neon signs

History | Historic Los Angeles

5 Eateries Where Hollywood Legends Were Made

While you can’t catch a glimpse of Old Hollywood icons like Mae West or Cary Grant strolling down Rodeo Drive, their legacy lives on at these beloved restaurants, where Tinseltown’s brightest stars have been dining for decades. Here, five L.A. spots to dine like royalty from Hollywood’s Golden Age.

History | Downtown

A Split-Screen Tour of Los Angeles, Seventy Years Ago and Today - The New Yorker

A short film by Keven McAlester examines the streets of downtown Los Angeles’s Bunker Hill, past and present.