It’s one thing to see a writer read her own work, but when someone else gets their hands on it, the fluid dynamic between story and storyteller is revealed. How much is the reader outside of the story, telling it… More»
HistoricPlacesLA just launched!
Explore over 25,000 L.A. buildings, historical sites, parks, neighborhoods, bridges, and more on HistoricPlacesLA.org, new from the City of Los Angeles in partnership with the Getty Conservation Institute.
Learn about this new tool, the first of its kind in the U.S.
IVE BEEN WONDERING WTF THAT SECOND TO LAST THING IS FOR AN ETERNITY
They are called the “Los Angeles Aqueduct Cascades”, here’s the record!