Los Angeles is home to a broad range of unique modern and historical architecture. Check out the city’s top buildings in so much more than just height. They’re gorgeous, often extreme and all around magnificent, and they’re right here in Los Angeles. Don’t miss out on these the next time you’re exploring the city.
It may be about architecture, how it changes the neighborhood or the lasting cultural impact but these buildings will make you look twice.
A new art exhibit at the Long Beach Museum of Art proves, once and for all, that it’s a dog’s life.
In Los Angeles, an unexpected Manhattan Project legacy of sorts caught author Denise Kiernan’s eye: Atomic Age Architecture.
Authorities are searching for a hit-and-run driver who killed a man and injured a woman in San Bernardino.
Architecture buffs and fans of Craftsman homes are in for a Greene and Greene (and green) treat! The Gamble House will present Arroyo’s Edge: Greene and Greene Interiors 2012, a rare opportunity to visit six privately-owned properties designed by Charles and Henry Greene. Gamble House’s Edward Bosley and Anne Mallek stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to talk about the special event.