African American, Japanese, Armenian, Mexican, Irish, French, Jewish, English, Scottish, Union, Confederate -- all are represented at this first privately operated cemetery in Los
She represents our country at its best and most unified, and looking out on the lawns filled with citizens of all nationalities and economic classes, it seems she couldn't have pic
How an Indian guru found his spiritual home in an abandoned hotel on top of Mount Washington in Northeast Los Angeles.
The 1928 failure resulted in one of the worst civic disasters in L.A. history.
Inside a pyramid-shaped tomb lays the man responsible for El Miradero, the Glendale palace built by a man just as odd as the park which bears his name.
The grand vision of one of L.A.'s first city planners included a highway that would have connect Hollywood to Newhall via a tunnel through Griffith Park.
Wilshire Boulevard's iconic Gaylord Apartments today represents more of the socialist ideal than Henry Gaylord Wilshire could have ever truly imagined.
This is a hill where the white man watched, where they built a fort, celebrated L.A.'s first Fourth of July, buried their dead, built their finest homes and newest schools, and end