Martha Groves

Los Angeles Times

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All over the country, 100's of designated historic landmarks are at risk of being destroyed because of neglect by the Veterans' Administration.

Preservationists Raise Concerns over Historic VA Properties

All over the country, 100's of designated historic landmarks are at risk of being destroyed because of neglect by the Veterans' Administration.

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Since it was established, there have been rumors of mountain lions living in Griffith Park, but they seemed less and less likely as the Park was surrounded by urban expansion,…

Mountain Lion Prowls Griffith Park

Since it was established, there have been rumors of mountain lions living in Griffith Park, but they seemed less and less likely as the Park was surrounded by urban expansion,…

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Residents of Bel Air aren't known for community activism, but they'll hold a meeting tomorrow night on  UCLA's planned sale  of the Hannah Carter Japanese Garden, donated by a former…

UCLA and the Sale of a Cultural Treasure

Residents of Bel Air aren't known for community activism, but they'll hold a meeting tomorrow night on UCLA's planned sale of the Hannah Carter Japanese Garden, donated by a former…

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