Posts Tagged: LA History

Bukowski Got Smashed Here

The historic downtown Los Angeles saloon King Eddy claims that Charles Bukowski was a regular. Historians? They’re not so sure. Read more from Blogdowntown.

Bukowski Got Smashed Here

The historic downtown Los Angeles saloon King Eddy claims that Charles Bukowski was a regular. Historians? They’re not so sure. Read more from Blogdowntown.

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Sunday Noir: Chinatown

John Houston has made several great films, and perhaps the most classic noir film of all time. Chinatown is a dark and sunny tale of greed and corruption in the heyday of Los Angeles. It weaves political corruptions and dark

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Sunday Noir: Chinatown

John Houston has made several great films, and perhaps the most classic noir film of all time. Chinatown is a dark and sunny tale of greed and corruption in the heyday of Los Angeles. It weaves political corruptions and dark

RIP Clifton’s Cafeteria

After 80 years in business, Clifton’s Cafeteria in downtown Los Angeles closed its doors Sunday. Once part of a chain, Clifton’s was the oldest surviving cafeteria-style eatery in LA and the largest public cafeteria in the world, according to Wikipedia.

RIP Clifton’s Cafeteria

After 80 years in business, Clifton’s Cafeteria in downtown Los Angeles closed its doors Sunday. Once part of a chain, Clifton’s was the oldest surviving cafeteria-style eatery in LA and the largest public cafeteria in the world, according to Wikipedia.