LA flush with freeway cap park proposals
Several of the most innovative properties in Los Angeles, including homes the architects built for themselves, are open to the public.
Long Beach's old pontoon bridge — where the Gerald Desmond Bridge now stands — was built as '6-month temporary' structure. It spanned 24 years and made a cameo in 'It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.'
In the last few years, second-generation Korean Angelenos and more recent immigrants have played their own variations on their traditional cuisine and taken it far beyond the boundaries of Korean-dominated neighborhoods.
In a city where one block is considered Hancock Park and the next Hollywood, The Times unveils an online map of the boundaries of 87 communities. If you don't like what you see, submit changes.
The L.A. restaurant commemorates its centennial with old-time prices on its longtime menu. Ten-cent French dip sandwiches were offered from 4 to 8 p.m., but most people said they came for the memories.
Saint may not be the first word that springs to mind thinking of Los Angeles, but a local artist is on a quest to interpret the city’s 103 streets named after saints.
nostalgia columns appearing in the Metropolitan News-Enterprise