Howard Sherman

chief operating officer at the Music Center

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The Music Center opened to the public with great fanfare in 1964, creating a central gathering place for Los Angeles’ cultural elite.   
  But it was designed to be accessed by car,…

Music Center Plaza gets a pedestrian-friendly redesign

The Music Center opened to the public with great fanfare in 1964, creating a central gathering place for Los Angeles’ cultural elite.  But it was designed to be accessed by car,…

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