Join us as we talk with the irrepressible Myllie Taylor, Boyle Heights native daughter, about her suburban adventures in the newly-formed community of La Mirada in the early 1960s. We’ll also visit with Louis Alvarez, managing partner of the Sycamore Inn in Rancho Cucamonga, a venerable Southland steak house with a nearly 200-year history of hospitality.

We’ll also discuss the upcoming L.A. Historic Neighborhoods Conference, a commercial revamp for the long-vacant upper stories of the Schulte United Building on Broadway, the L.A. Conservancy’s petition to preserve and reuse Parker Center, support from the L.A. Times editorial department for California’s preservation tax break and a report that 20% of new housing in the city over the last fifteen years is Downtown. All this and more as Kim & Richard usher in the week of September 15th, 2014

Closely Watched Trains & URLs for Podcast

L.A. Historic Neighborhoods Conference website.

New life for the Schulte United Building.

Petition to preserve and reuse Parker Center.

“Saving California’s history, sweetened with a tax break” editorial.

Running the numbers on new residential construction. 

Sycamore Inn website.

Galleano Winery website.

La Mirada loves Myllie Taylor and so do we.