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Brand Park and the Gates of Miradero: The Strange Life of Glendale's First Family

Brand Park and the Gates of Miradero: The Strange Life of Glendale's First Family

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.
Country Life in the Big City

Country Life in the Big City

The Rancho Equestrian District is perhaps the closest to rural living as you can get near downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood.
Retail California: Cars, Drive-In Markets, and Consumers

Retail California: Cars, Drive-In Markets, and Consumers

When C.L. Peckham opened Ye Market Place on Los Feliz Road in Glendale in 1924, few realized the influence the drive-in market would have on urban planning and American retail.
Creating Public Spaces with Locally Crafted Beer

Creating Public Spaces with Locally Crafted Beer

A brewery and pub in an industrial area of Atwater Village are redefining public spaces.
Stop Motion Art Alights on the Glendale Narrows Spillway

Stop Motion Art Alights on the Glendale Narrows Spillway

Visitors will soon see a series of drawn trouts and egrets fly along the walls of the L.A. River.
Richie Arakelian: Weightlifter Who Left Armenia to Set World Records

Richie Arakelian: Weightlifter Who Left Armenia to Set World Records

Weightlifter Richie Arakelian arrived in Los Angeles as a European champ, but now he was ready to set new world records.
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