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  • Jon & Vinny's is a sort of contemporary art take on a pizza joint

    Jon & Vinny's is a sort of contemporary art take on a pizza joint
    The best vantage of Jon & Vinny's, the new pizzeria across the street from Canter's Delicatessen, may be from Helen's, the tiny, glassed-in wine shop behind the dining room. Helen's is superbly air-conditioned, even on a miserable summer day, and the restaurant's groaning hip-hop sounds almost elegant back here. The wines are surprising — a lot of the fashionable natural stuff, sure, but also rare, nicely aged bottles of Châteauneuf-du-Pape and Chablis.
  • Eisenhower memorial gets a go-ahead, but money a stumbling block

    WASHINGTON A proposed monument to the late President Dwight D. Eisenhower continues to be mired in controversy even after winning final approval from a key agency. The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts gave the memorial the go-ahead Thursday, seemingly...

    Hot Property: Westside estate sale

    Hot Property: Westside estate sale
    Welcome to summer in Los Angeles, where days on the market seem to dwindle as the home-buying season continues to heat up. We look to cool down with celebrity backyards, Westside showplaces and the latest and greatest of this week from Hot Property. --...

    After 32 years, 'Available Light' brighter than ever

    After 32 years, 'Available Light' brighter than ever
    The idea of reviving a 32-year-old collaboration between composer John Adams, choreographer Lucinda Childs and architect Frank Gehry that had been commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art to open its Temporary Contemporary space (now the Geffen...

    Today: Selfies, Funerals and Kentucky Drama

    Hello. I'm Davan Maharaj, editor of the Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles' minimum wage increase is law now, but the fight isn't over; and museums would like to thank you for taking selfies with the artwork. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss...