Nathan Masters | KCET
Nathan Masters is host, producer, and managing editor of Lost LA, an original public television series from KCETLink 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 serves as manager of media initiatives for the USC Libraries, home to the L.A. as Subject research alliance.
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Twenty thousand years ago, Santarosae Island was an imposing landmass just south of the Santa Barbara coast. Then it disappeared.
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Why did this native plant of South America become so popular in California?
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Aviators, including Toluca Lake resident Amelia Earhart, have made many milestones in aviation history from this mesa just southeast of Santa Monica.
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The proposal by Walt Disney Productions (today, the Walt Disney Company) envisioned an "American Alpine Wonderland" on the floor of Mineral King Valley.
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California’s 88 state parks range from the desert badlands of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park to the fog-shrouded forests of Humboldt Redwoods State Park.
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In 1939, an oil company dressed up one of its steel derricks along Huntington Beach as a giant Christmas tree.