RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Century City

A collection of news and information related to Century City published by this site and its partners.

Top Century City Articles

Displaying items 56-66
  • Tequila flights, happy hour, tastings . . .

    Whether you like your tequila served in a snifter, in a shot glass or in a margarita, there's something out there for everyone; you just have to go out and find it. Here's a selection of restaurant bars with extensive tequila menus (100 or more). It's not...
  • The Annenberg Space for Photography

    The Annenberg Space for Photography
    The Annenberg Foundation, a philanthropic powerhouse that supports nonprofit institutions, is planning to launch an exhibition space for photography in Century City. Conceived as a cultural center with broad public appeal, the Annenberg Space for...
  • 'Smoke,' an exhibit of works by Gary Simmons, at Margo Leavin Gallery

    'Smoke,' an exhibit of works by Gary Simmons, at Margo Leavin Gallery
    Gary Simmons is adept at traversing intersections of art and popular culture in ways that pry open otherwise overlooked meanings. His five new paintings and four drawings at the Margo Leavin Gallery continue this long-standing practice. They also deftly...
  • Century Plaza as L.A. statement

    Century Plaza as L.A. statement
    If nothing else, the debate over the fate of the Century Plaza hotel is a reminder that there is no preservation controversy quite like a preservation controversy in Los Angeles. In most American cities, examples of postwar modernism like the Century...
  • This week's store openings and shopping events

    OPENINGS Calypso A little bit of St. Bart's lands in Orange County with the opening of Calypso's breezy boutique. Designer Christiane Celle began selling her cover-ups and sweet dresses in a tiny shop on the island in 1993. Now her line of summer...
  • Denim with a sophisticated silhouette

    Denim with a sophisticated silhouette
    SO long, skinny. After years of navel-grazing low-rises, followed by the totally unforgiving stick-straight silhouette, there's a new shape in denim: the trouser jean. Designers such as Stella McCartney, Dolce & Gabbana and premium denim labels Raven...
  • Gerald Schoenfeld dies at 84; Shubert chairman ushered shows to Broadway

    Gerald Schoenfeld dies at 84; Shubert chairman ushered shows to Broadway
    Gerald Schoenfeld, the longtime head of the powerful Shubert Organization who helped bring numerous works to Broadway, including "A Chorus Line," "Amadeus" and "Cats," has died. He was 84. Schoenfeld died of a heart attack early Tuesday at his...
  • Dining Information: Farmers markets

    Dining Information: Farmers markets
    Farmers markets Atwater Village, Sunday: 3250 Glendale Blvd., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Burbank, Saturday: Orange Grove Avenue and 3rd Street, behind City Hall, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Calabasas, Saturday: Calabasas (Old Town): 23504 Calabasas Road at...
  • Louise Steinman: Talking about L.A.

    This is the sixth in an occasional series of conversations with Southern California activists and intellectuals. The series and videotaped interviews with the subjects are collected at www.latimes.com/lavisions. When authors come to town, Louise Steinman...
  • Westside race for 5th District City Council seat is wide open

    Westside race for 5th District City Council seat is wide open
    If any section of Los Angeles knows how to confound the political establishment, it's the City Council's 5th District, a string of affluent Westside neighborhoods that has been electing newcomers and outsiders for decades. In 1953, voters picked 22-year-...
  • Schwarzenegger Hears Rumbles From the Right

    With the vote on his reelection just over 12 weeks away, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger faces a wave of conservative unrest that threatens the steady political recovery he has made this year by widening his appeal beyond his base of Republican supporters. To...