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Los Angeles County Museum of Art - Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Paul R. Williams was one of the most well known 20th Century African American architects. Early in his career, Williams designed mostly houses, but in the 1950s and 1960s he designed some of the most distinctive public buildings in Los Angeles. Williams’s best-known building is probably the Theme Building at Los Angeles International Airport, which he designed with William Pereira.

Before remodeling the famous LAX landmark, Architect Paul Williams stands in front of his most famous project, the Theme Building, Los Angeles Airport

The Los Feliz Murder Mansion in Los Angeles has been abandoned for more than 50 years. On December 6, 1959, Dr. Harold Perelson bludgeoned his wife to death and attacked their 18-year-old daughter with a hammer. He then committed suicide by drinking acid.  A neighbor later bought the property, but never lived there. That neighbor has since passed away and left it to his son, who doesn't want anything to do with it. The interior is a time capsule from the night of the tragedy.

Abandoned Mansions: 10 Creepy Abandoned Mansions

The Los Feliz Murder Mansion in Los Angeles has been abandoned for more than 50 years. On December Dr. Harold Perelson bludgeoned his wife to death and attacked their daughter with a hammer. He then committed suicide by drinking acid.

Los Angeles, July 22, 1949. Photograph by J.R. Eyerman.

LIFE at the Drive-In: Photos of a Vanishing American Pastime

Young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible as they watch large screen action behind rows of cars at a drive-in movie theater in Los Angeles, CA. Photograph taken by J. Eyerman, I miss drive-ins

One of the best views of Los Angeles: Touring the Stahl House in the Hollywood Hills

An Iconic View of Los Angeles: The Stahl House

One of the best views of Los Angeles: Stahl House in the Hollywood Hills .says it's a case study. yep study in stupidity building where houses fall down!

Dr. Woo May Be The Coolest Tattoo Artist In Los Angeles (via BuzzFeed)  Simple...I like it

Dr. Woo May Be The Coolest Tattoo Artist In Los Angeles

Woo May Be The Coolest Tattoo Artist In Los Angeles Dr. Woo is a tattoo artist at Shamrock Tattoo in Hollywood, California.

“Sometimes families have secrets,” his father had said.  Wasn’t that the fucking truth? -- Jackson (On My Knees, Stark International)

Millennium Biltmore Hotel Downtown Los Angeles

Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles, Los Angeles - well worth a visit to check out the interior awesome decor.

David Flores – Coco Chanel New Mural @ Los Angeles, USA

Keeping the streets classy with Coco Chanel. David Flores – Coco Chanel New Mural @ Los Angeles, USA

Delicate - Dr. Woo

Dr. Woo May Be The Coolest Tattoo Artist In Los Angeles

Woo is a tattoo artist at Shamrock Tattoo in Hollywood, California. Love his unique style of tattooing small dagger tattoo

Iran's supreme leader blames foreign 'enemies' for protests as death toll rises to 20 - Los Angeles Times  Los Angeles Times  Iran's supreme leader blames foreign 'enemies' for protests as death toll rises to 20 Los Angeles Times Iran's supreme leader broke his silence Tuesday on the antigovernment protests erupting across the country blaming the deadly unrest on foreign "enemies." "During the escapades of the past several days Iran's enemies using the various tools at their ...  via Top…

Iran's supreme leader blames foreign 'enemies' for protests as death toll rises to 20 - Los Angeles Times

The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles California. It is one of the coolest bookstores in the United States, and is a must visit while on your California vacation.

The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles California. It is one of the coolest bookstores in the United States, and is a must visit while on your California vacation. 53 S Spring St Los Angeles, CA 90013

Meyer Harris "Mickey" Cohen (September 4, 1913 – July 29, 1976) was a gangster based in Los Angeles and part of the Jewish Mafia, and also had strong ties to the Italian American Mafia (especially the Los Angeles crime family) from the 1930s through 1960s. As a teenager, Cohen began boxing in illegal prizefights in Los Angeles. In 1929, the 15-year-old moved from Los Angeles to Cleveland to train as a professional boxer. His first professional boxing match was on April 8, 1930 against Patsy…

Michael "Mickey" Cohen, "The Sunset Kingpin" was a ruthless gangster based in Los Angeles and part of the Jewish Mafia. He also had strong ties to the American Mafia from the through the

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