Monthly Archives: March 2017

Saint Paul’s and its Peripatetic Organ

The earthquake shook the city awake at 6:00am on February 9, 1971. While the trembling only lasted for 12 seconds, sixty-four individuals lost their lives and landmarks across Los Angeles were damaged or destroyed. In Saint Paul’s Cathedral, at 615 South Figueroa Street, hairline cracks spider-webbed the building’s plaster interior. The damage was not structurally […]

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Avenue: 1. a broad road in a town or city, typically having trees spaced at regular intervals along its sides, 2. a way of approaching a problem or making progress toward something.

Delirious LA

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David Rumsey Historical Map Collection » Blog

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