The remnants of the first water distribution system in Los Angeles can still be found in a few places.
As you drive along the winding Topanga Canyon Road you’ll come across a whimsical drive-through art gallery.
A look at the symbolism behind the elusive Los Angeles City Flag.
In the center of Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles, you’ll find a curated selection 18 flags used throughout the history of the United States of America.
In Chinatown you’ll find a lasting tribute to Dr. Sun Yat-sen, the first president of the Republic of China.
Along a sleepy stretch of road in a wealthy Pasadena neighborhood, you’ll find a hidden, bucolic lake that looks like something out of a New England painting.
A statue of former U.S. Senator Stephen Mallory White looks toward the Los Angeles Harbor he helped to develop. But a dark legacy overshadows his achievements.
The world’s best pastrami sandwich can be found at an old-school Jewish deli across the street from MacArthur Park in Westlake.
How does one cross the Los Angeles River? By bridge, of course. And there are four pedestrian bridges across this oft-overlooked waterway.
In a less-traveled corner of Pershing Square you’ll come across a 90-year-old bronze statue of German composer Ludwig van Beethoven.