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At Hollyhock House, thousands celebrate an architectural treasure
At Hollyhock House, thousands celebrate an architectural treasure

Something happened on a Hollywood hilltop as Friday the 13th turned into Valentine's Day. In the middle of the night, as many as a thousand people at a time stood patiently in a line that snaked up and down pathways and under tall trees, inching along in fits and starts and sometimes barely moving at all. It wasn't for a concert or to get into some ultra-exclusive celebrity club. They had come out to see and celebrate one of Los Angeles' architectural treasures, which was reopening to the public after five long years and an extensive, nearly $4.4-million restoration. Starting Friday at 4 p.m. at the Hollyhock House, a residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for...

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