Designed in 1914 and constructed in 1916, the Walter L. Dodge House blended Modern and Spanish Mission styles and was […]
The Wallace Reid house was one of the most attractive homes in West Hollywood’s early Hacienda Park neighborhood. The house […]
Urbanize Los Angeles: “It’s official: Hollywood’s Lytton Savings Building has met the wrecking ball, clearing the biggest obstacle to the […]
P.J’s was a famous rock club on Santa Monica Blvd. at Crescent Heights in West Hollywood. Traktur restaurant and other […]
In 1966, decades before Google Street View, Los Angeles artist Ed Ruscha mounted a motorized camera in the payload of a truck and set out to photograph every building on the Sunset Strip. He published the assemblage of photos in a grounbreaking book, Every Building on the Sunset Strip that signaled a new approach to art and photography.
Sunset Boulevard’s long relationship with the music industry is spotlighted in this illustrated tour published by the Los Angeles Times.
In the early 20th century, the eastern end of the Sunset Strip was lined with large homes, including more than […]