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  • ... of art establishments ranging from theater and poetry to public art and screenwriting anchors itself on Venice Boulevard. ... for an excellent live theater experience and enjoy shows like "Concealing Judy Holliday" and "The Indians Are Coming to ...
  • ... of Bruce Nauman's sixteen-foot-high outdoor object to the Rudolph Schindler House asks the viewer to recalibrate their ... an afterimage from the art edition last year, but the PSTP shows , with a few exceptions, break down into two disciplinary camps: L.A. ...
  • ... Angeles leads the community and leverages its resources to assure the continuity of the Jewish people. On a pleasant day last ... cultural moment. A lot of people were mad at TV shows like 'The O.C.' for making indie rock mainstream. I feel like indie ...
  • For decades, Broadway Place was a charming quirk in the downtown street grid, forming a triangle ... in the early 1890s as part of an ambitious program to improve Broadway's stature -- one that later allowed the street to ... is the diagonal street in this undated photo, which shows the triangle -shaped block created by the 1893 extension. Main ...
  • ... be placed what she calls "the infinity sculpture." She shows me a notebook sketch of this work now in progress. It's a figure ... called "Fireful of Fear." The project takes place in 12 fire-prone Malibu canyons. In dense chaparral thickets, she has ...
  • ... Square , looking south. Temple Block is the three- story Italianate building wedged between Main (left) and Spring (right) ... . Temple -- a Massachusetts-born merchant who moved to Mexican California in 1827, converted to Catholicism, and took the ...
  • ... Los Angeles has taken another long step. As LA history shows , it's one that might end badly. Remaking downtown Los Angeles has ... pitches of ten teams contending for PSR's commission to replace the much ridiculed 1993 version of Pershing Square (once ... design schemes and more like poetry - the poetry of place . [scald=67246:kl_image_original_context ...
  • ... and triumphs of the many who have labored here to perfect in Southern California a love for the art of music, among whom the first place is justly accorded to William A. Clark.-- The Los Angeles Times, ...
  • In less than six weeks, L.A. voters go to the polls to choose their next mayor. Whoever ends up succeeding ... above the national average, and a critical lack of affordable places to live . The race has stayed under the radar for a while, but the candidates ...
  • ... neglected public realm." Apparently, the "most hated" place in Los Angeles isn't the choked 405 on a Friday afternoon or the ... through its many iterations from 1866 through 1993 shows how political the landscape of Los Angeles has been. Nature has ...

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