Anne Taylor Fleming shares an essay about changing downtown Los Angeles.
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ANNE TAYLOR FLEMING, NewsHour Essayist:
It is, and has been since it opened in 2003, the most famous building in Los Angeles: a curvy, seductive siren call to us natives to come on downtown and partake of its luminous gifts, inside and out.
I'm talking, of course, about Frank Gehry's shimmery-skinned, acoustically sophisticated Disney Hall, complete with a world-class orchestra and a movie-star-handsome young conductor.