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Where's the Prettiest Place to Save Your Soul?

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The Los Angeles Times covers the LA Conservancy's latest paean to '60s design—an online poll that will decide the best ecclesiastical building built during that decade. A lot of eye-catching structures with weird protrusions are up for the top spot, including the Knollwood Methodist Church in Granada Hills, the Vallejo Drive Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Glendale, and the Sepulveda Unitarian "Onion" in North Hills (pictured), that project that teenage preservationists rallied around. [LA Times/LA Conservancy]