After a box office flop had 20th Century Studios strapped for cash, the company sold the land which would become known as Century City, home to the iconic Fox Plaza featured in the movie Die Hard as Nakatomi Plaza.

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Look at This: Century CityAfter a box office flop had 20th Century Studios strapped for cash, the company sold the land which would become known as Century City, home to the iconic Fox Plaza featured in the movie Die Hard as Nakatomi Plaza.
Chargers End of Season Round TableChris Hayre gets the guys together for this FULL interview to chat about Justin Herbert, the best plays of the season and what the offseason needs to look like for success in '22
Look At This: Griffith ObservatoryThe Griffith Observatory is the most viewed telescope in the world, with more than 7 million people gazing at the stars at this iconic landmark in Los Angeles.
Look At This: Echo Park LakeDesmond Shaw takes a sky-high view of one of Los Angeles' oldest and most beautiful landmarks, Echo Park Lake.
Take A Look At This: Union Station From Sky9Sky9's Desmond Shaw takes a look at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles, the busiest train station in the western United States.
Look at This: The Getty VillaLook at This! The oldest of the two museums named after J. Paul Getty, the Getty Villa houses the Greek, Roman and Etruscan items from the patriarch's massive art collection. If you have something for our eye in the sky, Desmond Shaw to take a look at email us at lookatthis@cbs.com.
Look At This: Stunning SunsetDesmond Shaw couldn't resist showing us this incredible sunset!
Look at This: The Ornate BAPS Hindu TempleLook at this! Desmond Shaw flies over the ornate BAPS Hindu Temple in Chino Hills. The temple is a regional hub for Hindus throughout the Southland. If you have something interesting for Desmond to take a look at, email us at lookatthis@cbs.com.
Look At This: The Getty CenterJoin Sky 9 and Desmond Shaw on an aerial tour of the iconic Getty Center.
Look At This: 'The One' in Bel AirThis multi-million dollar home, otherwise known as "The One," sits above the rest of the homes in Bel Air, coming in at over 100,000 sq. ft. The home has been under development by Nile Niami for more than a decade, and while still not finished, it is up for bankruptcy auction next month. Initially expected to be sold for $500 million, the property is still valued at a record-breaking $350 million. If you have something for Desmond to take a look at, email us at lookatthis@cbs.com
Chargers LB Uchenna Nwosu Is Having A Breakout Season For The BoltsChris Hayre catches up with the Carson and USC product as the Chargers push for a playoff spot
Look At This: Christmas Tree LaneAltadena's Christmas Tree Lane claims to be the oldest holiday display in the world after beginning over 100 years ago. If you have something Desmond Shaw and Sky 9 should fly to and take a look at email us at lookatthis@cbs.com
Look At This: Citadel Outlet MallDid you know that the Citadel Outlet Mall was originally made as a tire factory? Desmond Shaw breaks down the history behind the iconic mall.
Look at This: A Festive Display Of Lights By Culver City ResidentsLook at this! KCAL 9's Desmond Shaw flies above a festive display of lights in a Culver City neighborhood. If you'd like Desmond to take a look at something interesting email us at lookatthis@cbs.com.
Chargers Place Joey Bosa, Six Other Players On COVID ListThe Los Angeles Chargers suffered a huge blow heading into their Week 16 matchup against the Houston Texans, placing star defensive lineman Joey Bosa and six other players on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Chargers Legends Help Give Away Bikes To KidsOn Monday, Chargers legends like 8-time Pro-Bowler Antonio Gates and Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson helped give away bikes to third graders at Hooper Avenue Elementary School.
Chargers Legends Take Part in Golf TourneyAs part of Legends Week, former Chargers greats got together for a round of golf at Journey at Pechanga and we were there to get a behind the scenes look with running back LaDainian Tomlinson and others
Chargers Debut Their 'My Cause, My Cleats'NFL players across the league are shedding light on issues close to their heart for the league's My Cause, My Cleats initiative. Players chose charities to raise awareness for and then get custom designed cleats to wear during the game.
Chargers Running back Austin Ekeler Donates Washers And DryersLos Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler, who is one of the best in his position, donated washers and dryers to Watts District Schools.
Linsleys Work with CASA to Give Children a VoiceChris Hayre sits down with Chargers Center Corey Linsley & his wife, Anna, to talk about their advocacy for children through CASA LA & CASA OC and how they and the Chargers teamed up to give back in a big way
Bolt, the Chargers Dog, Visits Seal TeamSoon Bolt, the Chargers mascot, will be graduating to a full-fledged service dog. Just before his graduation, Bolt took a trip to the set of the Paramount+ hit show Seal Team to visit with the actors & a new canine friend in honor of Veteran's Day
Chargers Shine a Light on our Heroes & VeteransCole Christiansen & Joe Lombardi speak about their personal history in the military while the Chargers give back in a unique way with help from TAPS & Tree People
Antoine Cason: Cornerback to OfficialAntoine Cason had a successful NFL career as a cornerback, playing 7 seasons, including 5 with the Chargers. Now he is looking to get back to the league another way - as an official.
Chargers Host Annual Trunk or TreatThe Chargers went all-in with Halloween Costumes on game day, but the celebration began 5 days earlier with a special event, hosting families of the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation for a day of trunk-or-treating, player meet & greets and more

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