Ramón C Cortines High School for the Visual and Performing Arts
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels
José Rafael Moneo mixed Gothic proportions with contemporary design for his 2002 Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, which exudes a...
Founded as Iglesia Nuestra Senora Reina De Los Angeles (Our Lady Queen of Angels Church) in 1781, and now affectionately known as...
All hail the slippery shrimp, the signature dish that’s coaxed Angelenos to Chinatown for the last 30 years. Although outposts have...
Walk north from El Pueblo and you'll breach the dragon gates. After being forced to make room for Union Station, the Chinese resettled a few blocks north along Hill St and Broadway. Chinatown is still the community’s traditional hub, even though most Chinese Americans now live in the San Gabriel Valley.
There are no essential sights here, but the area, a stop on Metro Gold Line, is fun for an aimless wander. Restaurants beckon with dim sum and cripsy duck, while shops overflow with curios, ancient herbal remedies and lucky bamboo.