Richard Schave

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Co-founder of Esotouric, a company that leads literature and art-themed tours of downtown

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Seattle and San Francisco are known for the open-air shopping districts Pike Place and the Ferry Building, but they're newcomers compared to the  Grand Central Market  near 3rd and…

A Downtown Los Angeles Icon Gets a Foodie Facelift

Seattle and San Francisco are known for the open-air shopping districts Pike Place and the Ferry Building, but they're newcomers compared to the Grand Central Market near 3rd and…

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Downtown Los Angeles is changing fast, and very soon will see the end of an era. After being owned by the same family since the 1960's, the  King Eddy Saloon  is changing hands.

The Changing Face and Personality of Downtown Los Angeles

Downtown Los Angeles is changing fast, and very soon will see the end of an era. After being owned by the same family since the 1960's, the King Eddy Saloon is changing hands.

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