LA's Oldest Bowling Alley
Highland Park Bowl opened in 1927 at the same time the television was first invented. It would take the cathode ray box to make an appearance in family homes so pastimes like bowling were safe for decades. Another reason it was so popular - it was a great place to get "medicinal" whisky during Prohibition. Highland Park Bowl has remained open since the Prohibition era, catering to a diverse crowd looking for an escape from streaming TV and smartphones.