After its first burial in 1906, the park quickly became the chosen resting spot for many of Southern California's early aristocracy.
I haven't been to a dance club in about 15 years, and never to a single release party. This week I had some pleasant revelations about both at Celeste Stoney's musical event in the
Thom Andersen's legendary, 170-minute documentary "Los Angeles Plays Itself" is finally available.
Next to the bustling MacArthur Park, the once vibrant interiors of the Westlake Theater are now silent. But all around it, there is life.
The emerging film industry and El Monte's Gay's Lion Farm shaped a bizarre period of exoticism surrounding the Whittier Narrows.
Pictures of Marion Davies were everywhere at the lavish beach retreat built by her longtime love William Randolph Hearst.