The Medieval art of stained glass is alive and well in a forgotten 18th Century Northeast LA Neighborhood.

There are many hidden corners of LA that are ripe for exploring, and on January 29, the Los Angeles Obscura Society takes you to the little-known, long-forgotten northeast enclave of Garvanza, a once-thriving community along the Arroyo Seco named after the garbanzo bean plants that used to flourish there.

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