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  • The Florida Keys has been the subject of mystery and intrigue for many decades. ... they head north to Key Largo where they get a slimy kiss from a friendly sea lion. ...
  • ... more quickly than you might think. These old-school menus from fancy L.A. dining institutions show that much more has changed in ... smothered onions" sounds to us now?) Read on to see more forgotten dishes as they were once elegantly presented to diners, from ...
  • ... over the crowded Pass School, which served children from both communities. Another legal dispute centered on a Hollywood drainage ... {"additionalClasses":""}]An 1898 map of Los Angeles County shows Hollywood and Colegrove side by side. Courtesy of the Library of ...
  • ... funiculars were hardly alone. Three incline railways from Southern California history have largely escaped the public memory. ... locals alike up some of the region's steep escarpments. From 1893 to 1938, the Great Incline portion of the Mount Lowe Scenic Railway ...
  • ... a new anxiety: that claiming the body of a parent or child from the county will expose the rest of the family to imprisonment and ... edge of Evergreen Cemetery. (And it wasn't always just the forgotten . The city's Chinese were interred for many years in another ...
  • ... buy a ticket for the incline railway that would take you from Rubio Canyon to Echo Mountain.  Back then, you could stay at a tiny ... hiking through the Cobb Estate along the Sam Merrill Trail from Altadena to the apex of Echo Mountain, where the former railway ...
  • Venetia Stanley-Smith has been living in Kyoto's Ohara district for a decade. We introduce her eco-friendly and people-friendly way of life. Today: Greeting the New Year.



  • The poor, the unknown, the forgotten , and the misplaced are given to the Los Angeles County Cemetery, ... new anxiety -- that claiming the body of a parent or child from the county will expose the rest of the family. Out of fear, their grief ... in 1877. The land and responsibility were transferred from the city to the county in 1917. Cremations eventually replaced ...
  • ... 1 at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art. It's one of two shows being presented this spring in conjunction with the Central Coast ... contractor. “He was building houses down the road from my school,” she recalled. “I’d stop on my way home from school ...
  • ... the boxes contained a collection of mayoral proclamations from 1954 through 1972. Mayors proclaimed Safe Boating Week (July 1965) and ...

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