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  • Datebook: Chinese floral design, rose pruning and more events this week

     
    Home and garden events are listed below. Suggest your own via reader comments. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please. Jan. 16: Dealers at the 21st annual International Los Angeles Photographic Art Exposition exhibit vintage and contemporary...
  • Huntington still closed; Sunday reopening possible

     
    The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens will remain closed through Saturday, the institution announced Friday, because of damage from the high winds that battered the San Gabriel Valley Wednesday night. A Huntington spokesman said...
  • L.A. Arboretum suffers extensive damage from windstorm

     
    L.A. Arboretum in Arcadia suffers extensive damage from windstorm...
  • Huntington Library, Norton Simon closed due to fierce winds

     
    The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino said it will be closed to the public through at least Friday due to damage sustained by the unusually strong winds moving through Southern California....
  • Exhibit shows 100 years of Southland's aerospace industry

     
    Troves of once-classified documents and never-seen-before photos showcasing Southern California’s aerospace industry are now on display at the Huntington Library in San Marino....
  • Arts behemoths aren't getting fat on donations, study shows

     
    The richest arts organizations saw modest fundraising gains in 2009-10, says a study by the Chronicle of Philanthropy. No Southern California cultural groups made the publication's annual list of the top 400 charities....
  • L.A. Arboretum survey reveals what visitors want: Everything

     
    Arboretum survey: Los Angeles County Arboretum publishes results of its visitor survey, and the results are all over the map. Visitors want everything, and more....
  • Lost L.A.: For artist Mike Hart, a water world no more

     
    Michael Hart: Artist Michael Hart draws and paints on vellum the landscapes of Southern California’s past. These imaginations of landscapes as they used to be, including the Old Mill in San Marino, are part of an upcoming show at the Huntington....
  • Getty ends free evening parking, sets $10 fee after 5 p.m.

     
    The Getty Museum and Getty Villa are ending their free evening parking policy. Starting next week, it'll cost $10 to park after 5 p.m. for special events and the museum's Saturday evening hours....
  • ‘A Terrible Roar’—Updated

     
    Courtesy of University of Southern California, on behalf of the USC Special Collections. Oct. 1, 1910: The Times Building in flames, as seen from Broadway just south of First Street. Notice The Times Eagle outlined by the fire. El Alisal,......
  • Lost L.A.: Tea party as spin control

     
    The year: 1946. The place: the living room of Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Jones. Behind the lens: legendary photography Maynard Parker, shooting for Architectural Digest. And carefully laid out on the table: a proper setting of tea, of course....