Victoria Bernal | KCET
With over 120 years of family history in Los Angeles, Victoria Bernal is a chronicler who follows in her mother's footsteps documenting Southern California's past. In 2009, she and her mother started the hugely popular @lahistory Twitter feed, which draws attention to L.A.'s rich history on a daily basis.
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Still performed today, La Pastorela was among the first theatrical productions staged in Southern California.
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If you call L.A., Orange, or San Diego County home, you may well live on one of Pico's former ranchos.
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Newcomers from Iowa famously congregated each year in Southern California for their state picnic. Such gatherings were important for migrants from other parts of the world, too.
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L.A. City Councilmember Estelle Lawton Lindsey made history in 1915 when she served as acting mayor for 36 hours.
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In the early 20th century, countless visitors toured Los Angeles on the red cars of the Pacific Electric's Balloon Route.
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The Corona del Mar institution, named after Los Angeles land developer and railway baron Moses Sherman, celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.