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  • Renee Fleming is a Lyric operative

    Renee Fleming is a Lyric operative
    The diva sat at the conference table, pen in hand, taking notes and occasionally offering comments on administrative matters and programming ideas. Twelve hours earlier, she'd been elsewhere in the building: on the stage singing one of her signature roles...
  • Two new destinations for handmade design open in Hollywood

    Two new destinations for handmade design open in Hollywood
    An unlikely stretch of Cahuenga Boulevard in Hollywood, just south of the 101 Freeway, is L.A.’s newest destination for handmade design, thanks to a pair of new studio-stores opening this weekend. Jeweler Sonia Boyajian has created a space that&...
  • Slow demolition of 'Round Building' mars new arts center

    Slow demolition of 'Round Building' mars new arts center
    When theater fans arrive at the new Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts to see "The Phantom of the Opera" tonight, they'll likely marvel at the gleaming, $514 million building's beauty. But the beauty has a blemish that city officials didn't...
  • Art books that make good gifts

    Art books that make good gifts
    Art books offer just the sort of indulgence that makes for a great gift: They're so beautiful, yet people often hesitate to spend that kind of money on themselves. Here are a few standouts for your shopping list. Vintage Black Glamour by Nichelle Gainer...
  • Heather Taylor sees beauty in the imperfect

    Heather Taylor sees beauty in the imperfect
    For a certain swath of L.A.'s creative class, Heather Taylor is living the dream. She's an art consultant, textile designer, home-goods entrepreneur, "It" girl, wife and mother. Her style is artisanal yet sophisticated — with a worldview that is...
  • Rapt in luxury: a selection of extravagant holiday vacation spots

    Rapt in luxury: a selection of extravagant holiday vacation spots
    If you dream of a holiday steeped in extravagance — a visit to a tropical beach, a dash down a private ski slope or an evening in a whiskey room stocked with rare single malts — a number of notable new hotels may fulfill your dreams....
  • Mii amo spa and Sedona offer heavenly peace for a spiritual reboot

    Mii amo spa and Sedona offer heavenly peace for a spiritual reboot
    Everyone can relate to wanting more balance in life. The popularity of juicing, of yoga, of meditation and the spin-lightening chain SoulCycle? Just the latest evidence that many of us continue to seek a certain equilibrium. Earlier this year, I was one...
  • Braddock's LaToya Ruby Frazier takes on Levi's and 'ruin porn' chic

    Braddock's LaToya Ruby Frazier takes on Levi's and 'ruin porn' chic
    An abandoned Beaux Arts train station in Detroit. A wheezing old theater in Youngstown, Ohio. A crumbling 19th-century school on the outskirts of Pittsburgh. In recent years photographers, both amateur and professional, have taken to chronicling the...
  • Weekend craft shows on Peninsula offer holiday gifts and more

    Looking to get some holiday shopping done in the next couple of weeks? Consider a craft show. From crafters with handcrafted hair bows to painters with works valued in the thousands, Peninsula arts and crafts shows offer something for every interest,...
  • Allentown's Mayfair festival says it drew 30,000 people this year

    Allentown's Mayfair Festival of the Arts said its second year as a partially indoor event at Allentown Fairgrounds was a success. This year, Mayfair increased the number of vendors' booths 33 percent, drew its biggest attendance in three years and...
  • Roundup: Masterpiece found, lots of L.A. urbanism, Chris Rock rocks

    Roundup: Masterpiece found, lots of L.A. urbanism, Chris Rock rocks
    A children’s movie turns up a lost Hungarian painting, the questionable works in that Nazi-era art trove, the Guggenheim’s odd design competition for its museum in Helsinki, Finland, and a truly awesome Q&A with Chris Rock. Plus, oodles of L....