The Civil War-era structure was built by a man known as "the father of the Los Angeles harbor" and the "transportation king."
Founded by a fun-loving British musician, The Cat & Fiddle has been considered a second home to rich rockers, poor hipsters, intellectuals, artists, preps, and jocks alike.
After its first burial in 1906, the park quickly became the chosen resting spot for many of Southern California's early aristocracy.
The ruins of the once world famous public gardens of Adolphus and Lilly Busch, of "Budweiser" beer fame, are scattered around Pasadena along the Arroyo Seco.
Behind the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Hollyhock House near Los Feliz lies a fascinating and complicated story, and at its center, a woman whose dreams were often dashed by bureauc
A cozy, enchanted cottage on a transitioning stretch of Figueroa Street in Highland Park has close connection to Sycamore Grove Park -- and to the famed composer John Phillip Sousa
The now defunct theme park was home to hundreds of animals, including a somersaulting bear, a roller skating macaw, and poker playing koi fish. Unfortunately, many of them did not
Art clubs, luxury shops, and oil corporations have all occupied the intricately detailed spaces of the 1926 Fine Arts Building in downtown L.A.