Cindy Olnick

L.A. Conservancy

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Cindy Olnick is the director of communications for the L.A. Conservancy.

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John Portman, the architect and developer of gleaming hotels and office buildings that defined the future back in the 1960s and 70s, died this past Friday at age 93.

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Remembering John Portman, architect of Bonaventure Hotel

John Portman, the architect and developer of gleaming hotels and office buildings that defined the future back in the 1960s and 70s, died this past Friday at age 93. Angelenos will…

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