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William Mulholland began flooding the meadowlands of Ivanhoe Canyon in November 1907.
The incredible story of L.A.'s famous evangelical priest, Aimee Semple McPherson.
L.A. is the golden home of America’s queer rights movement, the site of several uprisings and protests that predate New York's historic Stonewall riots.
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In 1896, the Parkhurst Society's "meddling ministers" targeted L.A.'s saloons, brothels, and dives.
Both of them dynamited to make room for a wider highway. #LostLA
The hotel no longer exists, but the 110 freeway still curves around the hill it once occupied. #LostLA
Uncovering ancient L.A. streams with the help of maps, photos, and other archival documents.
Even if you’re unfamiliar with his Parker Center, which the city might demolish, you’ll probably recognize another of Becket's iconic creations.
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