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  • Datebook: Events, exhibits, classes for the week ahead

     
    We've listed select home and garden events below. Suggest your own via reader comments. Submissions must be fewer than 75 words and must be for one-time events with legitimate value to other readers. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please. L.A. at
  • Private art collection may bring more than $150 million

     
    One of the most vaunted private art collections in Los Angeles, highlighted by a prized Picasso nude and including works by Henri Matisse, Alberto Giacometti, Henry Moore, Georges Braque, Edgar Degas and Edouard Vuillard, is expected to fetch more than...

    Lost L.A.: At old Home Savings branches, public artwork ages in peril

     
    Look at some banks and you'll see more than a loss of public confidence. You might see a loss of public art. In his latest Lost L.A. column, Sam Watters writes about the artwork that defined Howard F. Ahmanson Sr.'s Home Savings of America branches across...

    Spring garden tours and events in Southern California

     
    P Now that spring is in full swing, here's a list of upcoming garden tours. Be sure to check websites for more information and updates, because some events do sell out. Your suggestions are welcome too via reader comments. April 17: The South Coast...

    Flower show with a twist at the Huntington

     
    The Pasadena Garden Club's flower show at the Huntington this weekend is just too unusual not to mention here: All entries in the show are required to interpret scientific ideas from the rare materials featured in the Huntington’s Dibner Hall for the Hi