Linda Dishman

Los Angeles Conservancy

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Linda Dishman is president and CEO of the Los Angeles Conservancy.

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It looks like a big, white flying saucer that landed on its four legs, and if you’ve taken off or touched down at LAX in the past 50 years, chances are you’ve noticed it.

What would you like to see go inside LAX’s Theme Building?

It looks like a big, white flying saucer that landed on its four legs, and if you’ve taken off or touched down at LAX in the past 50 years, chances are you’ve noticed it.

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A corner of the Neutra VDL Studio and Residences in Silver Lake Photo by  David Hartwell  
 Pioneering architect Richard Neutra's VDL Studio and Residences in Silver Lake have been…

Neutra's Silver Lake house named a national historic landmark

A corner of the Neutra VDL Studio and Residences in Silver Lake Photo by David Hartwell Pioneering architect Richard Neutra's VDL Studio and Residences in Silver Lake have been…

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Norms Restaurant on LaCienega Boulevard has stood as an increasingly rare example of space-age Googie architecture since 1956. But maybe no more.

L.A.’s Historic Preservation Casualties

Norms Restaurant on LaCienega Boulevard has stood as an increasingly rare example of space-age Googie architecture since 1956. But maybe no more.

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