L.A. from Griffith Observatory

Los Angeles from Griffith Observatory

featuring Kim Waters' "Secrets Told"
L.A. from Griffith Observatory

The sprawling cityscape of Los Angeles, the second-largest city in the United States, is a sharp contrast to the vertical skyline of New York City, the country’s most populous city. Here, a small cluster of downtown skyscrapers is surrounded by … Continue reading


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Los Angeles from Mount Lee

featuring Lee Ritenour's "Can You Feel It?"
Mount Lee, Los Angeles

Los Angeles, the second-largest city in the United States, has been the worldwide capital of film production since the early 1900s. One-sixth of the city’s 3.8 million people work in the arts. This eScapes video takes you to the hills … Continue reading


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Port of Los Angeles

featuring Andy Snitzer's "Love Song"
Port of Los Angeles

The port of Los Angeles began as a small port used by Spanish traders. Over the centuries, it has developed into what is now the largest shipping port in the United States. This eScapes video features an APL shipping vessel … Continue reading


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Los Angeles City Hall

featuring Brian Culbertson's "Forbidden Love"
Los Angeles City Hall

In a city where skyscrapers are taken for granted, Los Angeles City Hall still manages to turn heads. This seat of L.A. city government was the city’s tallest building for forty years, as new constructions were limited by building codes … Continue reading


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