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  • History for sale in Santa Monica

    History for sale in Santa Monica
    Another day, another multimillion-dollar listing for a house in Santa Monica: "Just around the corner from the beach and walking distance to Canyon Elementary, this 5 bedroom 2 and ½ bath 1929 California Tudor … was built for entertaining," goes the pitch on Trulia and Redfin. The asking price is $4.5 million, not surprising in this well-heeled neighborhood.
  • Vivid images and words on Marilyn Monroe

    Vivid images and words on Marilyn Monroe
    The suite at the Hotel Bel-Air where Bert Stern photographed Marilyn Monroe for her famous "Last Sitting" in 1962 no longer exists. It is now part of the elegant La Prairie Spa — rather apropos, as the often difficult star was well known for...

    On a trip to LA, consider a stay in Munchkinland

    On a trip to LA, consider a stay in Munchkinland
    CULVER CITY, Calif. — Once best known for hosting the Munchkins during the "Wizard of Oz" filming, the Culver Hotel offers a unique, affordable alternative to the dreary cookie-cutter chains surrounding Disneyland or other attractions of the Los...

    Impenetrable Italian culture

    Impenetrable Italian culture
    "Seven Seasons in Siena: My Quixotic Quest for Acceptance Among Tuscany's Proudest People" Neophytes who have seen the extensive preparation that typically precedes a horse race often wonder why there is all that fuss for 90 seconds of action. When...

    Frederica Sagor Maas dies at 111; silent film screenwriter

    Frederica Sagor Maas dies at 111; silent film screenwriter
    One of the last links to the silent film era, Frederica Sagor Maas wrote the script for 1925's "The Plastic Age," which launched actress Clara Bow. But she watched in horror as her serious treatment on women and work was turned into a frivolous 1947...