Nathan Masters

KCET, "Lost LA"

Historian, Writer and Host of a new three-part series on KCET called “Lost LA.”

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A common misconception about Los Angeles is that it has no history. That and Los Angeles is always sunny, everyone who lives here is an actor, and everyone is obsessed with the beach.

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