But don’t lace up your shoes just yet: Bowling is not coming back.
A built-in sewing machine station, a pink sink, and delightful original pink formica countertops.
Perfect for your inner child, the property is equipped with waterfalls, bridges, slides, and a pool house that looks like a castle.
This groovy Covina time capsule has yet to find a buyer. It features vaulted ceilings, over an acre of land, and a truly fantastic pool.
With its striking A-frame, Covina Bowl is truly a time capsule, and LA Conservancy's director of advocacy says he rates his worry for the bowling alley’s future as "10 out of 10."
After a two-year restoration, this Richard Neutra-designed home with walls of glass has emerged looking drop-dead gorgeous.
Jack Horner’s sweet midcentury pad from Paul Thomas Anderson’s classic LA film is on the market asking $1.5 million, and it looks just as groovy (and frozen-in-time) as you could possibly hope.