Jeremy Rosenberg | KCET
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"My family tried living near Griffith Park, just north of Los Feliz, but we didn't like it. It was haunted, among other things."
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The creation of the National Park system in 1872 gave way to L.A.'s original streets planned around natural landscapes, like mountains, streams, and the coastline.
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For the life-long educator, "the City of Angels definitely embraced me, nurtured me, taught me and I am proud that they made an angel out of me!"
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President of the American Planning Association weighs in on the two laws that set the basic foundation for city planning and zoning over 85 years ago.
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Contrary to previous reports, Laguerre's TiGeorges' Chicken restaurant will *not* be closing at the end of January 2013.
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A third generation Angeleno describes his family's tight connection to Los Angeles, from working on the railroads as a Spanish interpreter to a marriage proposal at the Point Fermin Lighthouse.