Now a public park, the stone-faced Tudor mansion is a palace of dreams and illusions that was once the site of a double murder, involving one of the city's most prominent families.
Every day busy Californians drive right over the spot where the first steps toward American statehood were taken many moons ago.
Established in 1874, the second ever burial ground in the Valley now has only 13 or 14 gravestones, and volunteers have put in thousands of hours attempting to piece together the t
At Castle Green, one's imagination is apt to run wild.
There's a feeling that the party has passed its grandeur at the landmark structure built by chewing gum magnate William Wrigley, as the centerpiece of his dream resort on Avalon Ba
From Jibbs the Chimp actor to Room 8 the cat, over 40,000 animals have been buried here since its opening in 1928.
Not much is left on the northeast corner of First and Broadway where a series of blasts shook downtown Los Angeles to its foundations, dramatically capping off decades of class war
Pictures of Marion Davies were everywhere at the lavish beach retreat built by her longtime love William Randolph Hearst.