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
Tragedy struck the bakery and "Opera Cafe" that served as the center of the Italian community in Los Feliz.
The legacy of Daniel "The Miner" McCarthy and his son J. Harvey lives on with a bronze monument and the neighborhood of Carthay Circle.
The glittering stories of the old Chateau, and the once scandalous myth of its origins and construction, have been subsumed into the now greater legend of the Church of Scientology
L.A.'s first outdoor mall was born out of a sordid murder mystery inside an ivy covered bungalow in the middle of Hollywood.
Before pigeons turned his statue white, the storied composer stood in L.A.'s oldest park with dignity.