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  • Former NYC mayor Bloomberg, unions give more to Shriver, Kuehl efforts

    Former NYC mayor Bloomberg, unions give more to Shriver, Kuehl efforts
    Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has given $100,000 to a group supporting Bobby Shriver's bid to replace retiring Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, the latest in a flurry of late contributions. Coupled...
  • Mickey Friedman dies at 85; her design shows introduced future stars

    Mickey Friedman dies at 85; her design shows introduced future stars
    Mildred "Mickey" Friedman, a curator with a sharp eye for emerging talent who mounted a landmark 1986 show at Minneapolis' Walker Art Center that brought international attention to architect Frank Gehry, died Sept. 3 in New York. She was 85. Her death...
  • Contemporary works from the United Arab Emirates to highlight L.A. Art Show

    The United Arab Emirates has been designated the "featured guest country" at the 2015 L.A. Art Show, scheduled for Jan. 14-18 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. A special exhibition,"Past Forward: Contemporary Art from the Emirates" will mark the...
  • Developer of new Bunker Hill apartment high-rise woos older residents

    Developer of new Bunker Hill apartment high-rise woos older residents
    Enough with the yuppies — this new Bunker Hill apartment building is for grown-ups. It's not that Related Cos. is trying to scare off young professionals who are flocking to downtown Los Angeles. It's just that it seems as if every other developer...
  • Downtown L.A. real estate is drawing N.Y. investors' interest

    Downtown L.A. real estate is drawing N.Y. investors' interest
    Downtown Los Angeles, once disdained by Wall Street as a weak collection of office buildings with no pizazz, is drawing newfound fascination from New York firms, many of which are sinking money into the Southland's resurging commercial district. L.A....
  • Paul Greenberg: House and home

    It's an old saying: First we shape our buildings, then they shape us. But like many old sayings, it may be more pat than true. It may sound like a great tribute to the power and influence of architecture in our lives, but it's too neat. It sounds too much...
  • Some 'walk right out' of L.A. gallery with Israeli, Iranian artists

    Some 'walk right out' of L.A. gallery with Israeli, Iranian artists
    Architect-turned-gallerist Shulamit Nazarian stretches out on the rooftop deck of her contemporary Venice art gallery, formerly a sleek Modernist house by the ocean. The rooftop, five stories high with a fire pit at its center, is an oasis of peace on...
  • Paris Fashion Week: At Louis Vuitton, luxe meets lava lamp

    The Paris runways have been a youth quake of swinging '60s and '70s style. And on Wednesday morning at Louis Vuitton, designer Nicolas Ghesquiere joined the march, showing a collection that was ‎luxe-meets-lava lamp, crushed velvet, “Partridge...
  • Walgreens' designs prove an upgrade for shoppers

    Walgreens' designs prove an upgrade for shoppers
    Not long ago, you always knew where to find a Walgreens — at the corner of happy and homely. Walgreens' banal, cookie-cutter buildings made one part of America indistinguishable from another. Inside were narrow, harshly-lit aisles piled high...
  • Third Street Promenade steps successfully into its 25th anniversary

    Third Street Promenade steps successfully into its 25th anniversary
    When Barbara Tenzer started leasing out Santa Monica retail space in the mid-1980s, she wondered how a beach town with such agreeable weather and appealing neighborhoods could harbor a downtown blighted by vagrants, dodgy bars and ubiquitous vacant...
  • Communal office space firm rents CBS building in Hollywood

    Communal office space firm rents CBS building in Hollywood
    The historic CBS broadcasting facility in Hollywood where George Burns and Gracie Allen once did shtick on the radio will soon be repopulated with entrepreneurs starting new creative businesses. Developers of a $390-million residential, office and...