Snuggled into a desert overlooking the edge of the Pacific, Los Angeles' very existence flaunts in the face of reason. As the longtime home of the movie industry's dream world, it has always been a place for reinvention--of self, of place, of fact. It's the sort of revelatory reinvention captured by, of all people, John Keats in his 1817 "On first looking into Chapman's... More >>>