In a voting process with no new comments by either Council Members or the public, the City Council this morning approved the Historic Cultural Landmark [more…]
This weekend features some great shopping, then some French, art, and automobiles, several fun film screenings, and a big bash that might just be the [more…]
Another big, busy weekend this week, with wonderful fall weather that should make it a pleasure to be out and about enjoying everything. The first [more…]
The Los Angeles Conservancy, the non-profit organization that works to preserve and protect Los Angeles’ architectural heritage, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. The [more…]
On Tuesday, February 27, the City Council’s Planning and Land Use Committee postponed its vote on the application to make Beneficial Plaza and Liberty Park, [more…]
Yes, Christmas Eve is tomorrow, and yes, we know that means all of you who are celebrating are all done with your gift shopping and [more…]
The historic Formosa Cafe has won a preservation grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, thanks to the promotional efforts of the Los Angeles Conservancy. [more…]
The number of events this weekend isn’t huge, but there are some really big shindigs. First up, the Los Angeles Conservancy is hosting L.A.’s K-Town: [more…]
It’s not too late to get tickets for the LA Conservancy’s LA Historic Neighborhood Conference this Saturday. The day-long forum on neighborhood preservation is being [more…]
Now that summer’s here, it looks like weekends have expanded to include Fridays. At least, that’s what the events lists are telling us this week [more…]
The LA Conservancy held a “We Heart Garden Apartments!” tour on November 1. According to the Conservancy, LA has the second largest collection of historic [more…]
The magnificent Byzantine revival dome aloft the Wilshire Boulevard Temple has been a striking landmark on Wilshire Blvd since 1929. With a recent $47.5 million renovation, the [more…]
On Sunday, November 10th, the LA Conservancy presents a one time only tour that will connect participants to the history and architecture of the Downtown LA Arts District.
The LA Conservancy tour “At Home With History” features six stunning historical properties close to Larchmont Village that will be open Sunday, Nov 6, 2011 from 10am-4pm.
The LA Conservancy is opening the doors to one of Hancock Park’s greatest treasures – La Casa de las Campanas, widely regarded as Los Angeles’s preeminent Spanish Colonial Revivial home – on Sat. Oct 29, 2011.