This week L.A. Letters meditates on the preservation of sites across Literary Los Angeles and why much more of it is needed.
Downtown Los Angeles' premier athletic club has been a destination for the region's top athletes, including many Olympics medalists, for more than 130 years.
The city of Lakewood pioneered city contracting for public services, establishing a controversial model replicated by countless other suburbs in Los Angeles and beyond.
Photographs from more than 60 years ago have their quota of nostalgia. But they also record the making of a place that satisfied a longing for home.
I explored San Diego's Little Italy and found neither to resemble Los Angeles's historic enclave nor the Little Italy of my uninformed imagination.
The Civil War-era structure was built by a man known as "the father of the Los Angeles harbor" and the "transportation king."