Nathan Masters | KCET
Nathan Masters is host, producer, and managing editor of Lost LA, an original public television series from KCET and the USC Libraries. His writings focus on the evolution of Los Angeles' built and natural environments and have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Magazine, The Public Historian, Boat, and other fine publications – including an essay in LAtitudes: An Angeleno's Atlas (Heyday, 2015). He manages public programs for the USC Libraries, home to the L.A. as Subject research alliance.
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With many of the imported goods sold across the county at deep discount this Black Friday having passed through the twin seaports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, explore the story of Southern California's unlikely harbor -- and how it came to be divided...
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The Dodgers then called home the cavernous Coliseum, which seated more than 92,000. They beat the White Sox four games to two.
Post date: 2017-10-24T06:00:00-07:00
Freeways once represented L.A.'s best hope for the future, as these photos illustrate.
Post date: 2017-10-24T01:00:00-07:00
Long before concrete, iron enabled L.A. to enter the modern age.
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The progress concrete once embodied seems today as brittle as some of its aging structures.
Post date: 2017-08-30T13:12:52-07:00
Taken from a hot air balloon, it was probably the first aerial photo of L.A.