Business People and Their Homes

  • The Original Connie and Ted

    The new restaurant is named after the grandparents of famous L.A. restauranteur Michael Cimarusti, who is the co-owner and chef. This photo was taken in 1940 when they got married. They lived the…   See the Image

  • The Ultimate Startup

    You cannot grow a decent crop of tomatoes on your fire escape. This I know from experience.You can, however, create an incredible garden on a vacant lot. This I know from seeing them in Brooklyn…   Read the Article

  • Scott Antique Markets, Vintage Phones

    Located south of the airport, the Scott Antique Markets is on author Jessica Handler's short list of must-sees for visitors.    See the Image

  • Scott Antique Markets, Figurines

    Located south of the airport, the Scott Antique Markets is on author Jessica Handler's short list of must-sees for visitors.    See the Image

  • Amazon Fresh Truck in Los Angeles

    If you’ve been out and about in L.A. residential neighborhoods lately, you may have noticed new, bright green delivery trucks with the Amazon smile logo boldly emblazoned on all sides.  If…   Read the Article

  • Amazon Fresh Delivers From Monsieur Marcell

    Not only does Amazon Fresh deliver items like those found in your local grocery store, but you can also order same-day delivery of your favorite foods from premier gourmet markets like Monsieur…   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery, Tattoo Parlor

    The Only You Tattoo Parlor is just one of the eclectic businesses just outside the cemetery.    See the Image

  • L.A.'s Ford Motor Factory Past

    Downtown L.A.'s Ford Motor Company has had many uses since it was built in 1914. See what it once was, what it now is and what it could be.   See the Gallery

  • Ford Motor Factory Future: Roof Deck

    This rendering gives an idea of outdoor green space with a view, which could easily be installed on the roof of downtown L.A.'s historic Ford Motor Factory.   See the Image

  • L.A.'s Ford Motor Factory Past

    Built in 1914 to produce Model T's, the Ford Motor Factory in downtown L.A. was the second Ford Motor plant west of the Mississippi.    See the Image