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  • The framing craftsmen: Tough times

     
    The stretch of 7th Street just west of Hoover is a no-man’s land between Koreatown, MacArthur Park and Pico-Union. In the shadow of the copper-sheathed Bullocks Wilshire tower is a rust-colored stucco structure, distinguished by patches of graffiti cover-up
  • Fashion's Night Out: TOMS Shoes Blake Mycoskie at the Grove

     
    "Hey, you got the wedges - you like them?" Blake Mycoskie welcomes each shopper with a grin and a look down to their shoes. His own light blue colored espadrilles are well worn. The founder of TOMS Shoes is at...

    Fashion's Night Out: A vintage marketplace

     
    Bright light streams in through over-sized windows at the 11th-floor penthouse at the Cooper Design Space in downtown L.A. Friday afternoon. "It's beautiful now," says Richard Wainwright,"but at night when it gets dark, the place looks magical."...

    Fashion's Night Out: Fergie at the Grove

     
    "Fergie! Fergie!" cries a young boy in a fringed leather jacket clutching an iPhone in one hand and a Fergie CD in the other as he runs toward the escalator where she has appeared. Dressed in a short, tight, sky-blue...

    'Il Postino's' route: '70s Chile to '50s Italy to Thursday night in L.A.

     
    “Poetry is like bread; it should be shared by all,” Nobel-winning Chilean poet Pablo Neruda once wrote. Author Antonio Skármeta of Chile agrees. His 1985 novel with Neruda as a central character, “Ardiente Paciencia” (Burning Patience), gave...