Quentin Tarantino’s Hollywood: Recreating 1960s L.A. for “Once Upon a Time”
The corner of Riverside Drive and Forman Avenue in Toluca Lake does not feel like Hollywood. There’s a Japanese restaurant on one corner, a real estate office on another, and no landmarks to speak of, outside of the Bob’s Big Boy sign down the road. But it was also the home of the Money Tree,
A stroll through Hollywood’s Golden Age
The road in Hollywood (and, by that, we mean Hollywood Boulevard itself, of course) is full of places to eat, drink, and celebrate some of what remains of the industry’s golden age.
A Bite of Classic Chicago
Five tried-and-true eateries that are just as popular today as they were when they first opened their doors.
When the stars come out at the Hollywood Bowl
Even in a city that prioritizes freeways over sidewalks, the stroll to the Hollywood Bowl is iconic, rite-of-summer.
Angel’s Flight is resurrected
Mark your calendars for Labor Day 2017.
See film noir classics at DTLA’s Union Station
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority and The Film Noir Foundation have teamed up to offer free screenings of iconic noir films in an ideal setting: the historic Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.
Los Angeles like you’ve never seen
Rare archival footage of Los Angeles will screen this weekend at the Central Library Downtown.
70 years of Los Angeles
Take a split-screen tour of what the same streets in downtown LA looked like from the 1940s to today, courtesy of The New Yorker.
The Architecture of William F. Cody opens at the Architecture and Design Museum
The man who designed Palm Springs is the subject of a new exhibit in downtown Los Angeles.
The Bradbury creates the future from the past
It’s said the building’s architect was inspired by Edward Bellamy’s 1888 novel, Looking Backwards, which imagines a utopian society in the distant future: the year 2000.