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  • For the record

    Alex Baum: In the March 4 California section, the obituary of Los Angeles bicycling advocate Alex Baum said that his brother Marcel survived him. Marcel Baum died in 2014. Also, Alex Baum's son Michel was omitted from the list of survivors. Baum's survivors include his daughter Danielle Gardner, son Michel Baum, three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
  • Watts to Joshua Tree: A tour of Noah Purifoy's Outdoor Museum

    Watts to Joshua Tree: A tour of Noah Purifoy's Outdoor Museum
    The high desert wind at the edge of Joshua Tree was fierce and frigid, but the sculptures were gritty, weird and wonderful at Noah Purifoy's Outdoor Museum — which more than made up for my frozen fingertips. We arrived by bus Monday, a crew of art...

    Google's new headquarters design takes transparency to new levels

    Google's new headquarters design takes transparency to new levels
    As an architect, what do you give the company that has everything? More to the point, what do you design for the company that is everywhere, that has become digitally ubiquitous? If you're Thomas Heatherwick and Bjarke Ingels, the rising-star architects...

    A lesson in up-to-date good taste at Gjusta in Venice

    A lesson in up-to-date good taste at Gjusta in Venice
    To get to Gjusta, you tool past Santa Monica's Main Street boutiques, past Jonathan Borofsky's leering ballerina clown on the corner of Main and Rose, and turn left just after the giant Claes Oldenburg binoculars that mark Google's Los Angeles offices....

    Today in History

    Today is Saturday, Feb. 28, the 59th day of 2015. There are 306 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Feb. 28, 1940, the first televised college basketball games were broadcast by New York City station W2XBS as Pittsburgh defeated...