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  • Book review: 'The Swimming Pool in Southern California Photography'

     
    Christopher Knight looks at "Backyard Oasis," a new book of swimming pool photographs....
  • Palm Springs museum dives into pool culture in 'Backyard Oasis'

     
    Palm Springs Art Museum shows swimming pool as symbols of dreams and reality in a show called "Backyard Oasis: The Swimming Pool in Southern California Photography."...
  • On Sunday: T.C. Boyle's basement, David Treuer and more

     
    A look at T.C. Boyle's papers that were in his basement but worth big money to the Ransom Center at the University of Texas....
  • Bubbletecture: Step inside CasaBubble and Airclad inflatables

     
    AirClad, a British company that makes an inflatable pool house, and CasaBubble, a California firm that designs pneumatic backyard guest rooms, are selling structures built with little more than lightweight PVC and air....
  • Fashion Week Swim: Step into the hot-bod time machine

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim is the equivalent of taking a hot-tub time machine to next summer to see what bathing suits everyone will be wearing on the beach. While most of the shows are invitation-only, what will be shown will end up on a rack near...
  • The worlds of David Hockney

    The worlds of David Hockney
    David Hockney, renowned chronicler of Los Angeles' sun-drenched life and landscapes, hasn't been around much lately. He's much more likely to be painting these days in his native Yorkshire than in his adopted Southern California. But unlock the studio...
  • Robbie Conal: Political animal

    Robbie Conal: Political animal
    I'm always flabbergasted by the foaming fury with which some people regard the painter and guerrilla poster artist Robbie Conal. Over the years, letters-to-the-editor writers have said, "Conal is a cancer on society" and, "He should be behind bars, not in...
  • Documentary Festival

    Documentary Festival
    Friday, September 18, 2009 - Sunday, September 20, 2009 at 2:00pm All sessions and the panel discussion are in Darnell Street auditorium, across Van Ciburn Way from the Kimbell Art Museum. The Lone Star Film Society and the Kimbell present a festival of...
  • New Lawrence Weschler books about conversations with David Hockney and Robert Irwin

    New Lawrence Weschler books about conversations with David Hockney and Robert Irwin
    Here's how Lawrence Weschler sees it: "The world as it is," he writes in his 2004 collection of essays and reportage, "Vermeer in Bosnia," "is overdetermined: the web of all those interrelationships is dense to the point of saturation. . . . If I were...
  • Views from every angle in San Pedro

    Views from every angle in San Pedro
    At first glance, the Otten residence looks a bit out of place, a tall, gray sentinel that's distinct from anything else on a quiet street in San Pedro. But no one architectural style holds sway in the White Point neighborhood near the ocean, so the modern...
  • 10 less obvious places to visit in Hawaii

    10 less obvious places to visit in Hawaii
    No visitor to Hawaii should miss the compelling Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, Kauai's Waimea Canyon and the Big Island's Volcanoes National Park. But some of the best things to see and do are less well known. Here are 10 of my picks for underrated...