1922 - LA's first radio stations, KFI, KHJ and KNX, take to the air. Six of those canals still exist. Michigan defeats Stanford. Hollywood Historic Hotel ist eine 3-Sterne Unterkunft, die sich 2.4 km entfernt von Pellissier Building and Wiltern Theatre befindet. Take it.” As part of the Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project, these videos feature numerous members of the Los Angeles Harbor Area community who were interviewed in 2007 to document different eras in Port history. 1953 - Completion of the “four-level” interchange, the first of its kind, connecting the Hollywood, Pasadena and Harbor Freeways. Today, some 30 airlines operate out of this terminal. 2008 - The Broad Contemporary Art Museum (BCAM), one of the largest collections of contemporary art in the world, opens at LACMA. Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Meier designed the buildings with a façade of travertine marble - the Central Garden by Robert Irwin draws equal praise. 2012 - The Los Angeles Kings win the first Stanley Cup in franchise history. One-third of U.S. warplanes are manufactured in Los Angeles, underscoring the region's dominance in manufacturing and aerospace for decades to come. It would later land 10 Oscar nominations spanning nearly every major category including Best Picture, Best Director and nods for leads Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt. The museum educates visitors about the history and cultural significance of American music through exciting exhibitions, innovative programming, and cutting-edge interactives. Visit http://elpueblo.lacity.org for more information on the area and how to plan a visit. Treaty of Cahuenga is signed in the pass between Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. Gilmore Adobe aka Rancho La Brea Adobe at 6301 W Third St (1936) | Photo: Water & Power Associates, Panoramic view of Los Angeles Plaza and Old Plaza Church circa 1869. The two gas lamps seen on the corners of the Plaza were the first streetlights installed in LA. | Photo: Water & Power Associates, Cathedral of Saint Vibiana, located near the southeast corner of Main Street and Second Street. See more ideas about los angeles, vintage los angeles, los angeles history. 1927 – Two hundred thousand people greet aviator Charles Lindbergh. 1958 - Television station KTLA becomes the first to use a news helicopter. 1926 - The Spanish-language newspaper La Opinion is founded. Its main gallery (1986) is on Grand Avenue, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Arata Isozaki. On April 29, 1992, anger boiled over after four LAPD officers were found not guilty of assaulting King, leading to several days of widespread violence, looting and arson throughout L.A. By May 3, thousands of National Guardsmen and federal troops had larg… They range from tours and presentations within the museum to summer camps and overnight stays at both the Natural History Museum and the Page Museum. With the discovery of gold in California in 1848 Americans rushed to live in Los Angeles and the surrounding area… 1930 - The RKO Pantages Theatre opens at Hollywood and Vine. Harris Newmark Co., Amstoy Block at Los Angeles. | Photo: Water & Power Associates, View from inside the Angels Flight Railway, French Dip with pickled eggs at Philippe the Original, The famous "Dueling Dinos" in the Grand Foyer of the Natural History Museum | Photo: Yuri Hasegawa, Grand Central Market's Hill Street entrance with its original facade | Photo: Grand Central Market, Hollyhock House exterior | Photo: Joshua White, Two women perform on a barn door placed approximately where the bandshell was built, in the first known music event at the Hollywood Bowl, ca.1920. 1893 - Los Angeles gold-mining millionaire Lewis L. Bradbury commissions a five-story office building in Downtown LA. 1970 - LA’s first gay pride parade. The History of Los Angeles Historically, the areas of present day Los Angeles was home to the Chumash and Tongva Native American tribes. 1975 – Jaws, a film by a young director named Steven Spielberg, inaugurates the age of the modern blockbuster. Formed in 1976 by local historians Paul de Falla and William Mason, the Los Angeles City Historical Society serves as a resource for Los Angeles history. Johnny Carson becomes host of NBC’s The Tonight Show. 1991 - The 310 area code comes into use for western, southern and eastern Los Angeles. That makes her a Pisces. A Portuguese sailor named Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo was the first person from Europe, who traveled to the LA basin around the year 1542. 1919 - Founding of the Southern Branch of the University of California campus, later named University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). 1917 - Frank Lloyd Wright, who has been labeled by the American Institute of Architects as "the greatest American architect of all time," designs the Hollyhock House for heiress Aline Barnsdall on a hill in East Hollywood in what is now Barnsdall Art Park. Today, the Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL) system spans 73 libraries with a collection of 7.1 million volumes. 1996 - LA Galaxy begins play as one of eight charter members of Major League Soccer. The first electric streetcars will debut in 1887. 1990 - US Bank Tower opens. 1965 - The Los Angeles County Museum of Art opens. Inspired by Bogotá’s weekly ciclovía, CicLAvia temporarily closes streets to car traffic and opens them for Angelenos to use as a public park. The Times would later go on to become one of the most distinguished daily newspapers in the U.S. by the latter half of the 20th century, winning 45 Pulitzer Prizes since 1942. Occupying an entire city block, the massive store features the biggest, broadest, and most diverse collection of music and movies ever housed under one roof. 1915: “Colonel” William Selig opens his combination movie studio and zoo, the Selig Zoo, in Lincoln Park. Such renowned architects as Irving Gill, Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard J. Neutra, and R.M. Los Angeles is the mural capital of the world, with over 1,500 wall paintings around the city. Los Angeles has grown 7.4% since the 2000. 1 of 1. It’s an illusion that Hollywood has fostered: Thanks to … 1960 - The Minneapolis Lakers basketball team moves to Los Angeles and is renamed the Los Angeles Lakers, one of the most successful teams in the history of the NBA, with 16 NBA championships. 1921 - Welder Simon Rodia (recently arrived from Italy) begins work on what will become the Watts Towers. 1920 – Eighty percent of the world’s films are shot in California. 1901 - Angels Flight, a funicular up Bunker Hill in Downtown Los Angeles, opens. The first African American museum of art, history, and culture fully supported by a state, CAAM began formal operations in 1981 and moved to its permanent home at Exposition Park in 1984. 1890 - Los Angeles population: 50,000 (a new record in the history of LA). Los Angeles did not begin with the Spaniards; it was settled under a different name by the Gabrieleno/Tongva Nation, aborigines who were established centuries before King Carlos the III of Spain ordered his countrymen to come to Southern California. LOS ANGELES (AP) — For nine nights culminating on Christmas Eve, the oldest street in Los Angeles typically comes alive with a festive re-enactment of the nativity story, as children playing Mary and Joseph go door to door seeking shelter where she can give birth to Jesus.If the procession were held this year, they would find many of the businesses on Olvera Street shuttered. "I really think of the program as the hearth of the city," says Louise Steinman, Cultural Programs Director for the Library Foundation of Los Angeles and Curator of ALOUD. To make way for Union Station, Chinatown moves to its present location at the former Little Italy. The film’s story seems to justify racial segregation and glorify the Ku Klux Klan. Circa 300 BC - The Tataviam (later Fernandeno) people inhabit what is now the San Fernando Valley. 1908 - Philippe The Original opens near Chinatown. 2018 - Banc of California Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Football Club, opens at Exposition Park. 1928 - The first NAACP convention in the west takes place on Central Avenue. Now called Catch One, the nightclub was the first exclusively gay and lesbian disco for African-Americans in the country. 1983 - Randy Newman releases “I Love L.A.,” which will become the city’s unofficial anthem. Past earthquakes have devastated the region, but we’ve always bounced back. Today it would be better known as a health maintenance organization (HMO). The consolidation of Los Angeles city and the cities of Wilmington, San Pedro and Hollywood has merged the history of these three into that of the Greater Los Angeles. The people of Los Angeles County on April 1, 1850 asserted their newly won right of self-government and elected … Although the show is first broadcast from New York, it later moves to Los Angeles, and Carson becomes synonymous with the city, peppering his monologues with numerous LA-area references. 1962 - "Heeeeere’s Johnny!" 2014 - Hotel openings include The Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles and LINE Hotel in Koreatown. 1869 - Southern California’s first railroad is constructed, connecting Downtown Los Angeles with San Pedro Bay, 21 miles away. 1929 - University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) opens the first four buildings of its current campus in the Westwood district, including the Romanesque-style Royce Hall. 1990 - The Hammer Museum opens in Westwood. At the opening ceremony, engineer William Mulholland proclaims “There it is. 1922 – The first concerts are held at the Hollywood Bowl amphitheater, now the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and site of concerts by artists including Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, the Beatles, Monty Python, Cher and world music of every stripe. “Overlanders” flooded in, mostly White Protestants from the Lower 1878 - Los Angeles County Bar Association is established. 1992 - Jay Leno takes over as host of The Tonight Show. See more SLIME Explore NHM Virtually Discover online exhibitions, virtual tours, and more. 1964 - The Whisky A Go Go opens on the Sunset Strip. 1913 - The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County opens. The El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument is a living museum that continues to fulfill its unique role as the historic and symbolic heart of the City, reflecting the Native American, African American, Spanish, Anglo, Mexican, Chinese, Italian and French cultures that contributed to its early history. 1954 - Simon Rodia completes the Watts Towers. 1874 - Los Angeles gets its first streetcar. 1902 - The first Rose Bowl Game is played. 1896 - Colonel J. Griffith donates nearly five square miles of land near his ranch to the people of Los Angeles. 1918 - Brothers Sam, Jack, Harry and Albert Warner, immigrants from Poland via Pennsylvania, open Warner Bros. Studios on Sunset Boulevard. Water and Mulholland. 1990 - Nelson Mandela visits Los Angeles as part of a historic 12-day, 8-city tour of the U.S. Mandela stays at the Millennium Biltmore and addresses a crowd of 70,000 at the Coliseum: "We could not have left the United States without visiting the city which daily nourished the dreams of millions of people the world over." 1990 - When the Metro Blue Line connects Downtown to Long Beach, light-rail for commuters returns to the Los Angeles area. 1942 - Los Angeles gives the world its first parking meter. Historical snapshots of the Lakers franchise Summaries of each season in Lakers history. The Dome is now part of ArcLight Cinemas Hollywood. 1984 - Los Angeles becomes the first city in America with two telephone area codes, as the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys are designated as 818. Manufacturing has also been important. The church is regarded as one of the foremost examples of Organic Architecture, which promotes harmony between human habitation and the natural world. 1973 - Jewel’s Catch One opens in Arlington Heights on the border of Koreatown. 1934 - The Original Farmers Market opens at the corner of Third Street and Fairfax Avenue. The Los Angeles Zoo was the fourth zoo to serve the city. For the latest safety updates, click here. After sovereignty changed from Mexico to the U.S. in 1848, great changes came from the completion of the Santa Fe railroad line from Chicago to Los Angeles in 1885. by Natalie Haddad August 24, 2020 November 5, 2020 Now known as Six Flags Magic Mountain, the 262-acre theme park is known as the "Thrill Capital of the World" - its 19 roller coasters is currently the world record for most roller coasters in an amusement park. Often dubbed the “Black Woodstock,” Wattstax features performances from the label’s roster of legendary music acts, including Isaac Hayes, The Staple Singers, Albert King, Rufus and Carla Thomas, the Bar-Kays and many more. H ISTORIC LOS ANGELES encompasses seven sites offering individual house histories of one entirely vanished gated street, BERKELEY SQUARE; another gated community of which a single house remains, WESTMORELAND PLACE; one seminal thoroughfare still very much in place but entirely, or almost entirely, devoid of its original array of single-family residences, WILSHIRE BOULEVARD; another key … 1921 - Amelia Earhart begins her aeronautic career with flying lessons in Los Angeles. Further annexations will continue through 1965. 1890 - The official flag of Los Angeles is designed. 1956 - The Capitol Records building in Hollywood, distinctively shaped like a stack of 45-rpm disks, becomes the first circular office tower and an emblematic symbol to the entertainment industry in Los Angeles. 1907 - The Southwest Museum of the American Indian opens. 1991 - Lakers star Magic Johnson retires, announcing that he is HIV-positive, giving HIV/AIDS a new platform and making it clear that this disease can affect anyone. On Feb. 18, 1850, the County of Los Angeles was established as one of the 27 original counties, several months before California was admitted to the Union. Office of War Information, courtesy of Library of Congress.. Los Angeles County Timeline - Pre-History to 1799: Pre-History, Pre-Columbian & Early Spanish Period Hollywood & Highland, a retail and entertainment center that also has an eye toward Hollywood history, opens next door. (Our Lady the Queen of the angels of Porcincula). According to historian Glen Creason, the railroads were constructed east of … Photo by David Bransby. The contemporary design by a Spanish Pritzker Prize-winning architect, José Rafael Moneo, has virtually no right angles and a plaza that evokes Old World cathedrals. 2013 - Several of L.A.'s cultural landmarks celebrate milestone anniversaries: Walt Disney Concert Hall (10th), Fowler Museum (50th), Hollywood Sign (90th), Natural History Museum (100th). It was called El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de Los Angeles de Porciuncula. 1871 - Isaac Newton Van Nuys buys 60,000 acres of land in the southern San Fernando Valley. 2006 - Following years of renovations, the Getty Museum in Pacific Palisades reopens as the Getty Villa, housing the foundation’s significant collection of Greek, Roman and Etruscan antiquities. Top Los Angeles Historical & Heritage Tours: See reviews and photos of historical & heritage tours in Los Angeles, California on Tripadvisor. 1982 - Wolfgang Puck, an internationally renowned celebrity chef on cooking and television shows, opens Spago on the Sunset Strip. 1915 - Carl Laemmle opens Universal Film Manufacturing Company, the world’s largest motion picture production facility, near the Cahuenga Pass. This is the eerie history of Los Angeles’ Cecil Hotel. 1769 - Spanish explorer Gaspar de Portola explores the area to open up a land route to the port of Monterey and establishes the first Spanish settlement in the area. 1927 - Establishment of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, with actor Douglas Fairbanks as president. 1957 - Richard Knerr and Arthur "Spud" Melin of the Los Angeles-based toy company Wham-O create a durable plastic ring they call the Hula Hoop. 1958 - USC establishes the first schools in the United States for Cinema-Television, Gerontology and Urban Planning & Development. The renowned Los Angeles City No. A plaque mounted on the exterior of bar declares it as "the site of the first documented LGBTQ civil rights demonstration in the nation." 1 hit in the United States and UK and widely considered one of the most influential pop songs ever written. 1868 - The famous nighttime view of Los Angeles begins with the arrival of streetlights. Historic heart of Los Angeles on life support from COVID-19 By Associated Press East Los Angeles PUBLISHED 12:01 AM ET Dec. 24, 2020 PUBLISHED December 24, 2020 @12:01 AM 1940 - The Hollywood Palladium opens with a dance featuring Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra and band vocalist Frank Sinatra. In 1876, Los Angeles became the end of the line of the transcontinental railroad. In 1976, the Pilgrimage Theatre was renamed the John Anson Ford Theatre in honor of the late LA County Supervisor's significant support of the arts. 2011 - The Los Angeles Philharmonic extends music director Gustavo Dudamel's contract through the end of the 2018-2019 season, the orchestra's 100-year anniversary. The area of present-day Beverly Hills is largely bean fields, Hollywood is fig orchards. His activities include meeting with communications industry leaders and celebrating two outdoor masses. Now located in Beverly Hills and still a celebrity favorite, Spago ushered in a new era of California Cuisine based on fresh ingredients and light sauces and helped elevate LA to a global culinary destination. The Plaza Catholic Church was built in 1822. 1910 - Residents of the municipality of Hollywood vote to join the city of Los Angeles, partially to have access to Los Angeles’ water rights. The great city of Los Angeles was founded in 1781. 1926 - A 2,400-plus mile stretch of road connecting Los Angeles and Chicago is designated as U.S. Highway 66. As part of the Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project, these videos feature numerous members of the Los Angeles Harbor Area community who were interviewed in 2007 to document different eras in Port history. 1910 – D.W. Griffith becomes the first director to shoot film in Los Angeles. History. Los Angeles was a Spanish city until 1821, when Mexico gained independence and California fell under the rule of the newly created Mexican nation. 1996 - The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) is founded in Long Beach and serves the greater Los Angeles area. FIDM has grown to four campuses in California with a student body of 4,200 and nearly 70,000 graduates worldwide. 1939 - MGM Studios takes viewers over the rainbow, with the release of The Wizard of Oz. 1939 - Union Station opens in Downtown L.A. Its style combines Mission, Spanish Colonial and Streamline Moderne motifs, to dramatic effect. At 73 stories, it would be the tallest building on the West Coast for nearly three decades. 1973 - Tom Bradley becomes mayor of Los Angeles, the second African-American mayor of a major United States city. The 24-hour eatery claims to never have closed or been without a customer since it opened. Now known as Dignity Health Sports Park, the multi-use sports complex is located on the campus of Cal State Dominguez Hills and features a soccer stadium (home pitch of the LA Galaxy), tennis stadium, track and field facility, and a world-class velodrome, the VELO Sports Center. Historic Heart of Los Angeles on Life Support From COVID-19 The vibrant Mexican marketplace on the oldest street in Los Angeles is a shadow … Hollywood Historic Hotel Los Angeles - 3-Sterne-Hotel. 1964 - Dorothy Chandler Pavilion opens as the cornerstone of the Music Center of Los Angeles County. Geschichte. 1988 - Dodgers outfielder Kirk Gibson hits his legendary World Series home run, widely considered the greatest sports moment in L.A. history. 1960 - The Hollywood Walk of Fame opens with a star dedicated to Joanne Woodward embedded in the sidewalk. 1977 - Star Wars opens on May 25 and breaks box office records. Having started to gain a presence during prohibition and peaking during the 1950s, Costra Nostra, the Sicilian mafia, spread throughout Southern California and became one of the most prevalent crime organizations in Los Angeles. 2018 - Bradley Cooper's remake of A Star is Born features the showstopper "Shallow," the duet with Lady Gaga and Cooper that wins the Oscar for Best Original Song. 1928 - Walt Disney finds his first lasting success with the release of the animated talking picture Steamboat Willie, starring a mouse named Mickey. 2001 - The Kodak Theatre opens as the new venue for the Academy Awards ceremony (it was renamed the Dolby Theatre in 2012). 1924 - Los Angeles gets its first opera company. UCLA would go on to become one of the world's premier research universities by the late 20th century. 2016 - The Rams return to Los Angeles after a 22-year hiatus. A “People’s History” of Los Angeles’s Skid Row An online archive documents their stories and influence. If you were a resident of the City of Los Angeles and a customer of the Southern California Gas Company between April 16, 2014 and the present, visit www.GasTaxSettlementLA.com for important information. 1855 - Los Angeles gets its first schoolhouse. 1955 - Walt Disney moves to Los Angeles’ ritzy Bel Air district and proclaims his new Disneyland Park in nearby Anaheim as the "Happiest Place on Earth.". 1886 - The price of a train ticket between Kansas City and Los Angeles falls to one dollar, prompting another population boom. Its sports teams are known as the Methodists or the Wesleyans until 1912, when a columnist wrote that they “fought like Trojans.” The name sticks. 1965 - Edith Wyle and Bette Chase open The Egg and the Eye on Museum Row. It is best known by its initials “L.A.” and has also been dubbed the City of Angels, Lalaland, Tinseltown, and The Big Orange. 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