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USA-Los Angeles, CA: Surf

Founded in 1781 and now one of the largest and most culturally diverse cities in the world, the beautiful Los Angeles, the City of Angels, is home to diversity, a prominent art presence, the fantastic film industry, a growing tech sector, incredible shopping, and outstanding museums. And yet for all its metropolitan and urban splendor, Los Angeles is traditionally still a beach and surf town, and those quaint, humble origins are depicted in this vintage design by Anderson Design Group's…

Angelenos practice an air raid drill in the former Pacific Electric subway in 1958.

Downtown L.A.'s Second and Third Street tunnels star in countless action movies and car commercials, but other tunnels--now lost to history--served as landmarks for decades.

A busy day in downtown Los Angeles circa 1940s. The Cutts Building (now the Great Western Building) is at 706 South Hill Street. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

A busy day in downtown Los Angeles circa 1940s. The Cutts Building (now the Great Western Building) is at 706 South Hill Street. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

I’m wondering if this woman waiting on the corner of Hollywood and Vine had just booked a ticket at the American Airlines office that opened in 1955. MGM’s “Something of Value" starring Rock Hudson and Sidney Poitier at the Pantages Theatre came out in June of 1957. The corner now has a different sign alerting passersby that they’re at Hollywood and Vine, and it’s nice but there’s something classy and timeless about that golden ribbon above the woman’s head that I wish was still there.

I’m wondering if this woman waiting on the corner of Hollywood and Vine had just booked a ticket at the American Airlines office that opened in 1955. MGM’s “Something of Value" starring Rock Hudson and Sidney Poitier at the Pantages Theatre came out in June of 1957. The corner now has a different sign alerting passersby that they’re at Hollywood and Vine, and it’s nice but there’s something classy and timeless about that golden ribbon above the woman’s head that I wish was still there.