Colin Marshall | KCET
Colin Marshall is an essayist, broadcaster, and speaker on cities and culture. He's currently based in Seoul and at work on the book "A Los Angeles Primer: Mastering the Stateless City."
Post date: 2017-10-18T17:13:33-07:00
For 36 years, just one structure loomed especially large over Los Angeles' undisturbed horizontality: City Hall.
Post date: 2017-08-02T17:06:51-07:00
L.A.'s historic 1926 downtown library has survived calls for its demolition – and a still-unsolved case of arson.
Post date: 2017-06-14T08:51:05-07:00
The Biltmore was meant to confer "real-city" status on Los Angeles when it opened in 1923.
Post date: 2017-05-17T21:30:29-07:00
The phenomenon of the megachurch began in no less coastal and cosmopolitan a city than Los Angeles.
Post date: 2017-05-05T13:11:42-07:00
Johnny Cash's little-known time in Los Angeles saw his rise into popular culture, his years of drug-addled chaos, and his professional rebirth.
Post date: 2017-03-22T15:38:53-07:00
"The Master of Suspense" called L.A. home for 41 years. Why did his films never reveal his adopted city?