FEATURED MEMBER: ROSE BOWL STADIUM TOUR

Be one of the first to tour the iconic Rose Bowl Stadium! This exclusive opportunity grants visitors access to behind-the-scenes locations such as the UCLA locker room, the newly renovated Pavilion, the Court of Champions, the Press Boxes, the actual playing field and more. Brush up on your knowledge of one of the oldest and most prestigious stadiums in the world, while walking in the steps of time and recounting the last 90 years of historic moments. Tours of the Rose Bowl Stadium appeal to people of all interests and ages, and are available daily. Join Rose Bowl Stadium Tours for a guided tour of America’s Stadium, an iconic national historic landmark. To book your Rose Bowl Stadium tour, call (626) 275-2714.

“Jesus Saves” neon sign at the Ace Hotel | Photo courtesy of Eric Lassiter, Discover Los Angeles Flickr pool

“Jesus Saves” neon sign at the Ace Hotel | Photo courtesy of Eric Lassiter, Discover Los Angeles Flickr pool

In 1990, televangelist Dr. Gene Scott moved his Sunday service to the UA building, which was renamed the Los Angeles University Cathedral. Scott erected two "JESUS SAVES" neon signs just below the roof, and the building became a curiosity for passers-by. Following Scott’s death in 2005, services continued to be held at the building by his widow, Melissa. Although Melissa moved one of the signs to her church in Glendale in 2011, one sign remains as a beacon, and a reminder of Broadway’s colorful past and nascent future.