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  • Hotel Lincoln's Wall of Bad Art: 'You are looking at awesomeness'

    Hotel Lincoln's Wall of Bad Art: 'You are looking at awesomeness'
    The Wall of Bad Art at the Hotel Lincoln, the newly renovated boutique hotel in Lincoln Park at the corner of Wealthy and Twee, is a monument to iffy talent and questionable taste. It is a reminder of how bad art can get funneled through wood-paneled...
  • Peter Walsh's tips for keeping family keepsakes

    Peter Walsh's tips for keeping family keepsakes
    Contrary to what Sheryl Crow sings, the first cut is not the deepest. The last cut is. Cleaning out my parents' former home of almost 50 years involved a rough and ruthless week of letting go of a lifetime of home furnishings. What's left is the pyramid...
  • Simple images teem with weight and depth

    Simple images teem with weight and depth
    Early on in his years as a curious little boy, Brian Kreydatus discovered himself spending a lot of time studying the faces and figures of almost everybody he encountered. Short. Tall. Man. Woman. Young or old. And sometimes the impulse to look was so...
  • Ann Ravel, California's -- and now D.C.'s -- pol monitor

    When the sky became the limit for most political spending after the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, the skywatchers like Ann Ravel had to readjust their telescopes. As head of California's Fair Political Practices Commission, she policed the...
  • 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta': It's all about me

     
    If thereâ??s one thing you can count on when watching â??The Real Housewives of Atlanta,â?? itâ??s the excessive use of the word â??me.â?? Heck, thatâ??s the case with any of the locations in the franchise -- from the ladies...
  • Target settles CPSC allegations of selling toys with lead paint in $600,000 fine

     
    Target Corp. has agreed to pay a $600,000 fine for allegedly violating the federal lead paint ban for toys, the Consumer Products Safety Commission said. The civil penalty is a part of a settlement between the Commission and the Minneapolis,......
  • Steven Spielberg and the Norman Rockwell painting that got away

     
    More than 20 Norman Rockwell paintings belonging to Steven Spielberg have until July to get ready for their close-up, which will come when they're hung in a special exhibition at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington -- along with......
  • Ray Bradbury brings his 'Dark Carnival' to Santa Monica on Oct. 24

     
    Meet Ray Bradbury, the illustrating man. The 89-year-old dreamer is renowned as a lion of literature, of course, but it's his longtime pursuit of the visual arts that will bring him to the Santa Monica gallery called Every Picture Tells......
  • Collector of stolen Andy Warhol paintings waives insurance policy

     
    The owner of a multimillion-dollar collection of artwork allegedly stolen last month has unexpectedly waived the insurance policy he owns to protect the paintings, Los Angeles police detectives confirmed today. The art world was abuzz in early September...
  • Art review: Jacob Hashimoto at Otero Plassart

     
    In several new wall works plus a large installation that cascades down from the rafters and up over the rear gallery wall, Jacob Hashimoto gets his kite strings all tangled up. That???s a good thing. The twist energizes compelling work......
  • Collector who reported Warhol paintings stolen has tough words for LAPD

     
    Richard L. Weisman, the noted art collector who made news recently when he decided to forgo a multimillion-dollar insurance policy for stolen art, had some critical words for the LAPD detectives investigating his case. ???Maybe if they would do their........