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Our City Has Been Transformed By COVID-19— But We Still Love L.A. And Its Iconic Boulevards




An aerial view looking east along Hollywood Blvd on April 27, 2020 in Hollywood, California during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
An aerial view looking east along Hollywood Blvd on April 27, 2020 in Hollywood, California during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
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Century Boulevard, Victory Boulevard, Santa Monica Boulevard, Sixth Street. We love them all, and more. 

Los Angeles is known for its 14 lane freeways as much as its long, palm tree-studded boulevards, which have been the subject of fascination and fantasy in film for decades. But for Angelenos, our streets are also the bedrock of our communities. They house family and friends, some of L.A.’s best restaurants, nightlife and all sorts of community gathering places. COVID-19 has severely altered our relationships to L.A.’s streets, but we want to know— what are your favorites in L.A.? What kinds of memories do you attach to particular boulevards, roads, even freeways in the city? 

We want to hear from you. Share your memories and reflections by calling us at 866-893-5722 or leave a comment below.