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  • What We're Reading: ReadyMade magazine's idea for a DIY modernist menorah for Hanukkah

     
    This modernist menorah from the most recent edition of the do-it-yourself lifestyle magazine ReadyMade resembles artwork by George Segal. But this piece won't break the bank, as it will be made (by you) with cheap recycled bottles. With Hanukkah running from D
  • Art review: 'Calder to Warhol: Introducing the Fisher Collection' @ SFMOMA

     
    With great fanfare, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art last year announced it had entered into a long-term working relationship with Doris and the late Donald Fisher, founders of the Gap clothing store chain, to house their collection of...

    Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated]

     
    Los Angeles Times file photo [Update: This is director James Goldstone and George Segal filming “Rollercoaster” in a photo taken Dec. 2, 1976. ] I blacked out the slate so this photo won’t be too easy…. Here’s our mystery...

    Eli Broad at home: A more colorful view of his collection

     
    For this Sunday's Arts & Books feature, we visit Eli Broad at his hilltop home in Brentwood, not far from the Getty Center. The standard line is that his wife Edythe (pictured) has a more natural connection to the art...

    Ed McMahon dies at 86; Johnny Carson's sidekick on 'The Tonight Show' for 30 years

    Ed McMahon dies at 86; Johnny Carson's sidekick on 'The Tonight Show' for 30 years
    Ed McMahon, a television pioneer who warmed "The Tonight Show" couch for nearly 30 years as Johnny Carson's jovial sidekick and announcer, died early Tuesday. He was 86. McMahon died at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, according to his publicist,...