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  • John Baldessari's 'Pure Beauty' at Los Angeles County Museum of Art will be sort of double retrospective

    John Baldessari's 'Pure Beauty' at Los Angeles County Museum of Art will be sort of double retrospective
    When John Baldessari's retrospective "Pure Beauty" opens at the L.A. County Museum of Art on June 27, expect to see several generations of artists on hand for the opening-week events. For as long as he has been making art in Los Angeles, Baldessari has...
  • Risen from the ashes

    Risen from the ashes
    Members of two organizations hope to create a sense of healing and renewal through art in the aftermath of the Station fire. ART from the Ashes, a collective of more than 40 artists from Glendale, Burbank and across the country, has formed a...
  • Jays scoop up CV grad

    GLENDALE — Right around 3:30 p.m. PDT on Tuesday, Bryan Longpre's flight from California to Florida landed. With his arrival, Longpre took a step toward his ultimate destination of Toronto, as the Crescenta Valley High graduate is set to sign a...
  • Gas leak contained at John Wayne Airport

    An electrical contractor struck a gas line at John Wayne Airport about 7:30 a.m. today, forcing authorities to block traffic into part of the airport and to evacuate some areas, according to emergency responders. No one was injured by the leaking gas....
  • It's a fair time in San Diego for gardeners

    I enjoy county fairs. I probably haven't missed one in 30 years. It's cheap entertainment, but it's the down-to-earth style and community spirit of a county fair that appeals to me the most. There was a time when county fairs were exclusively a place...
  • Gas line struck at John Wayne Airport

    An electrical contractor struck a gas line at John Wayne Airport at about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, forcing authorities to block traffic into part of the airport and evacuate some areas, according to emergency responders. No one was injured by the leaking...
  • Newport investigating potential project's impacts

    Newport Beach city planners are taking a fresh look at a high-rise residential and retail development proposed for a dormant industrial site along Jamboree Road, near the border with Irvine. The project, at the former semiconductor plant owned by...
  • Winners of Times' Editorial Awards

     
    The Times' Editorial Awards for 2009 honor, in the words of Editor Russ Stanton, "the work of a newsroom whose ambition has been unbowed by the seismic forces affecting change upon our industry." Pacific Time podcast host Michelle Maltais interviewed........
  • Hey, it's show biz! GOP music to welcome Democratic First Lady Michelle Obama

     
    But don't worry it all turned out OK and Barbara Boxer even showed up....
  • Top teenage California puck prospects to gather in Anaheim

     
    Want a glimpse of hockey's future? The Ducks will host their fourth annual West Coast Prospects Camp Friday through Sunday at Anaheim Ice, and you might see a future NHL star among the more than 120 players, whose ages range......
  • Orlando gets its Grease Sing-Along Date

     
    As I suggested back when the “Ocala wins Grease premiere” announcement, Orlando, despite supposedly casting the second highest sing-along-with-Grease vote tally, won't get the film until Thursday, July 15, a week after some cities which camein...