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  • Guerrilla Girl masks and monsters: My haul from the L.A. Art Book Fair

    Guerrilla Girl masks and monsters: My haul from the L.A. Art Book Fair
    The L.A. Art Book Fair drew tens of thousands of visitors to more than 250 exhibitor booths wedged into the Museum of Contemporary Art over the weekend. It was a phantasmagoria of bright, hand-made books, limited-edition prints, out-of-print catalogues,...
  • L.A.'s Hollyhock House among Wright's buildings up for World Heritage List

    L.A.'s Hollyhock House among Wright's buildings up for World Heritage List
    Ten Frank Lloyd Wright buildings from seven states, including L.A.'s Hollyhock House, were nominated on Friday for the UNESCO World Heritage List, which recognizes the most notable sites -- cultural and natural -- around the globe. The nomination was...
  • African-American Heritage Festival showcases cultural and educational events

    African-American Heritage Festival showcases cultural and educational events
    The African-American Heritage Festival will kick off with a free cultural event beginning at 6 p.m. Feb. 6 with a performance by "American Idol" contestant David Oliver Willis in the Tavares High gym, 603 N. New Hampshire Ave. The Community Choir of...
  • The shows go on, despite snow, on Broadway

    The Great White Way is just that – white with fresh snow – from the massive snowstorm that hit New York, but after a dark Monday, most of Broadway's Tuesday night performances will go on as scheduled. The region was still dealing with...
  • Naperville panel names recommendations for $2M events and amenities grants

    Most of those who asked to be included in Naperville’s largest locally funded grant program for the coming budget year are likely to receive less than they requested. Some appear on track to come away empty-handed – a virtual certainty when a...
  • Spady Museum's MLK Breakfast inspires community

    Spady Museum's MLK Breakfast inspires community
    With an energizing round of speeches, the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum celebrated Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy at its 15th annual breakfast. "Be inspired to serve your community. Martin Luther King Day isn't about a day off but a day on," said...
  • MOCA expands curatorial team with new assistant curator

    MOCA expands curatorial team with new assistant curator
    The Museum of Contemporary Art has hired as an assistant curator L.A. native Lanka Tattersall, who comes from New York’s Museum of Modern Art, where she spent four years as a curatorial assistant in the department of painting and sculpture....
  • In defense of the humble casserole

    In defense of the humble casserole
    Step away from the sous-vide machine and microwave. It's time to embrace the casserole, that oven-baked creation, and give it the respect it deserves. Its legacy is rich, having sustained humans for centuries — no, not the green bean casserole...
  • 'Silent Witnesses' meets tales of horror with a quiet love

    'Silent Witnesses' meets tales of horror with a quiet love
    "Silent Witnesses," a modest and compassionate solo work written and performed by Stephanie Satie at the Odyssey Theatre, is based on interviews and conversations with child survivors of the Holocaust. On a darkened and mostly bare stage, Satie portrays...
  • LA Art Show: Intersection of Latin America and Pacific Rim

    LA Art Show: Intersection of Latin America and Pacific Rim
    A towering crimson public-art sculpture by Cuban artist Angel Ricardo Ricardo Rios greeted the crowd filling the downtown convention center for the LA Art Show on Friday morning. Two other works, 26 feet tall, loomed in the lobby. Part of a special...
  • Bulldoze first, apologize later: a true L.A. landmark

    Bulldoze first, apologize later: a true L.A. landmark
    It was beginning to feel like a demolition derby. On Tuesday, word started to spread that the canary-yellow 1937 house in Cheviot Hills where the writer Ray Bradbury lived for more than 50 years was being knocked down. The person razing it to make...