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LosAngelesAlmanac.com     View
"LosAngelesAlmanac.com is a comprehensive almanac providing statistics, facts, information and trivia on the people, places, events and issues of Los Angeles County."
http://www.LosAngelesAlmanac.com/

Picklebird: Los Angeles Alternative Art Magazine     View
This e-zine focuses on alternative art: "outsider, contemporary folk, pop, naive, lowbrow, visionary or intuitive." Regional work is also featured.
http://www.picklebird.com/

@LA: Museums, Treasures on Public Display     View
This listing of museums is divided by type of museum and covers Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura Counties. Includes aquariums; zoos; gardens; parks; art galleries; children???s, science, historical, and art museums; and mor ...
http://www.at-la.com/@la-muse.htm

LA to Z Guides: Eat Local! The Food Lovers' Guide     View
This feature describes "how to find everything you need to stock your larder -- all of it grown, raised, made, or laid within 200 miles of L.A." Lists sources for fruits, vegetables, herbs, fish, poultry, pork and beef, milk, cheeses, yogur ...
http://www.lamag.com/LAtoZ/article.aspx?id=1650

Street Stories     View
Collection of stories about streets in Southern California, where "there are majestic avenues like Imperial Highway or Victory Boulevard. There are also romantic roads like Sunset or Laurel Canyon." This listing could benefit from an alphab ...
http://www.publicradio.org/columns/kpcc/streetstories/

County of Los Angeles Public Library: Local History     View
Local history websites for fifteen Los Angeles County communities. The sites "provide information on Native Americans who lived in the area in prehistoric times, local missions and the early history of the community as well as other historical t ...
http://www.colapublib.org/history/

Santa Monica Pier: History and Photos     View
Brief history of the amusement pier at Santa Monica, California, which opened on September 9, 1909, California Admission Day. "In 1924, the vast and ornate La Monica Ballroom opened to become the site of some of the earliest national radio and t ...
http://www.santamonicapier.org/history.html

For Your Art     View
This website's goal is to "keep readers current with emerging trends, must-see exhibitions and vital resources in Los Angeles and beyond." It features event lists, announcements of collectors' items, articles and reviews, and photo, sound, ...
http://losangeles.foryourart.com/

Weekend Explorer: Santa Monica     View
Brief, illustrated historical essays about this Southern California city. Topics include how Santa Monica got its name, Spanish-era California, Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica's "Muscle Beach," and fitness guru Jack LaLanne. Part of the Pub ...
http://www.pbs.org/weekendexplorer/destinations/california/santamonica/

Boomtown L.A     View
"Los Angeles is experiencing a surge in residential and commercial development, spanning from downtown and Koreatown west to Century City, Westwood and Marina del Rey. ... [This is] a series of reports [back to 2007] about how the growth boom is ...
http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-growth-sg,0,5951143.storygallery

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