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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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It was 3,800 feet long, and cars could drive on it. #LostLA
L.A., capital of California? #LostLA
The proposed Neighborhood Integrity Initiative seeks to slow down development in Los Angeles. As the city debates its future, D. J. Waldie considers the lessons we can draw from its past.
You're probably saying it wrong (according to Lummis.)
"The 5 freeway represents the merger of two older, historic transportation corridors: the Southern Pacific Railroad's Santa Ana branch, and El Camino Real." #LostLA
"From 1848 to 1876, Los Angeles drank, whored, brawled, lynched, and murdered." #LostLA
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