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The Witch's House exterior

ARCHITECTURE in L.A., Pt. 2

There’s no better way to cap off this whirlwind tour of L.A. architecture than with a few examples in Storybook style.

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The Silvertop residence exterior

ARCHITECTURE in L.A., Pt. 1

Lax building codes in the Southland gave free rein 20th century and changed the rules of home construction in the US.

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flight of stairs at the park

Day trip: secret stairs

L.A., city planners created an elaborate system of stairways, which allowed the residents of our hillside communities access.

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Griffitth park cave

Griffith Park Grotto & Caves

Here are two lesser known spots that can be knocked out in an afternoon…

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Silhouette of crowd facing a band performing on stage

FREE CONCERTS IN LA on weekend

Nothing says summer in L.A. like a free music festival, and this weekend we once again have more than one to choose from.

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A David Hockney painting of a water splashing below a diving board

Hockney in Venice

British born artist, David Hockney is perhaps best known for painting scenes of L.A. swimming pool culture in the 60s.

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Graffiti art at the Sunken City cliff site

Day trip: Sunken City

We’re going all the way down to South Bay to check out the Palos Verdes peninsula and the fabled city that never was.

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Malibu beach

Day trip to Malibu

When you need a beach day, check out these awesome things to do in Malibu.

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Trees and bushes in the Kyoto Garden

ROOFTOP Kyoto GARDEN

The Rooftop Kyoto Garden is one of downtown’s many hidden gems.

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A blue cross on a red background

Strange L.A.

The vastness of L.A. is matched only by its weird and wacky peculiarities.

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