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  • Ansel Adams' photos of 1940 L.A. show him working in urban mode

     
    Photos Ansel Adams took in L.A. in the early 1940s will make up an exhibition at a downtown L.A. gallery. Adams donated the pictures to the Los Angeles Public Library in the early 1960s....
  • Datebook: Events, exhibits, classes for the week ahead

     
    Home and garden events, classes and exhibitions for the week ahead are listed below. Suggest your own via reader comments. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please. Feb. 28: Urban forager, garden designer and self-described “radical...
  • Time for Tomatomania! Plus other events, classes

     
    Home and garden events, classes and exhibitions for the week ahead are listed below. Suggest your own via reader comments. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please. March 8: Scott Daigre, garden designer behind a recent L.A. at Home......
  • Yosemite: My special place, a photographer's journal

    Yosemite: My special place, a photographer's journal
    Everybody has a special place where time stands still and serendipity rules. Mine is a giant granite cathedral decorated with some of the tallest waterfalls in the world. Beneath the falls lies a magical valley decorated by fields of flowing grasses and...
  • Elton John Says Seized Photo Is Widely Published

    Elton John said a photograph of two girls by Nan Goldin has been published around the world "without any objections of which we are aware" and auctioned twice by Sotheby's. The photo, "Klara and Edda Belly-Dancing," was seized by Northumbria police...
  • Highway 1's golden opportunities

    Highway 1's golden opportunities
    Last year, in the middle of the recession, my husband, Paco, and I pondered our fall vacation, weighing an ever-growing travel wish list with an ever-growing urge to save. Instead of Greece or the Great Barrier Reef, we chose a California road trip. By...
  • Hiking the Sierra with three llamas and a baby

    Hiking the Sierra with three llamas and a baby
    I wouldn't call it a vacation, exactly. Any time you have three pet llamas and a 3-year-old and you're covering 30 miles in less than a week, it's like, well, let's call it an adventure. My wife, Amber, and I and our high-energy daughter Ediza spent a...
  • Mariposa Butterfly Festival will take flight May 1 to 3

    Mariposa is the Spanish word for "butterfly," and the town's butterfly theme is ubiquitous: Colorful butterflies can be found on street murals and sidewalks, in store window displays and on countless business logos. May 1 to 3, the town will host its...
  • What to bring on a trip to Yosemite

    What to bring on a trip to Yosemite
    Your sense of humor and intelligence. Most people forget there are more than 3 million visitors to Yosemite National Park each year. Many have traveled long distances by air, car and bus to reach this amazing destination. During peak summer season, be...
  • Griffin's in Hampton is a haven for high-end antiques

    Where: Griffin's Antiques, 34 E. Mellen St., Phoebus area of Hampton Fab find: 1930s peach glass mirror, $300 On a recent Friday afternoon, Phoebus foot traffic streamed into Rick Griffin's antique shop on Mellen Street, stepping around his two...
  • Now, snow is optional

    Now, snow is optional
    FLYING off a rocky buttress, the mountain biker soars through the air, experiencing a few seconds of adrenaline-heightened sensory awareness before coming back to earth -- or in this case a wooden ramp -- with a bike-jarring thump. The rider is Mark...