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today we have the beautiful and neglected and dilapidated 'los angeles' theater

los angeles theater

los angeles theater

los angeles theater

los angeles theater

los angeles theater

los angeles theater

i'm going to ask a simple, naive, and rhetorical question: shouldn't l.a take care of it's old, beautiful, neglected, and dilapidated theaters?
and, to editorialize a bit, shouldn't there be a moratorium on building new theaters until the old and beautiful theaters are looked after and cared for and renovated?
i mean, this theater, the 'los angeles', is a palace.
and scattered throughout l.a, especially downtown, there are other old theaters that are also palaces.
and once they're gone they're gone forever and ever.

here is a link if you want to get involved and help protect and restore l.a's amazing and sadly neglected theaters.

http://www.laconservancy.org/htc/htc.php

thanks,

moby



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