June 17, 2021 (Thursday)

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Angelenos can thank expert principal city planner Ken Bernstein for preserving Los Angeles.

An advocate for historic preservation for the past three decades, Bernstein will discuss his newly published book, “Preserving Los Angeles:  How Historic Places Can Transform America’s Cities,” Thursday, June 17 from 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Los Feliz Library’s Architecture&Beyond Virtual Lecture Series.

To sign up for the free Zoom lecture, email the Los Feliz Library: lfeliz@lapl.org with “A&B” in the subject line.

Author Ken Bernstein

Bernstein, who oversees LA’s Office of Historic Resources, tells the comprehensive story of how historic preservation has revived Los Angeles neighborhoods and guided the future of the city. The book extends beyond significant architecture and discusses identifying and protecting places of social and cultural meaning in the city’s communities.

The author’s text is beautifully illustrated with more than 300 images by noted architectural photographer Steven Schafer.  Numerous Los Feliz landmarks are featured.

Bernstein’s book will be available for purchase at skylightbooks.com/architectureandbeyond.

For more information, email the Los Feliz Library at lfeliz@lapl.org.

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