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  • Language, music and art: Santigold, Heems tackle urban experience

     
    The 11th annual Experience Music Project Pop Conference takes place this weekend in downtown Manhattan, drawing some 340 scholars, journalists, artists, and activists to pontificate and more than two thousand dedicated ears. It’s the event’s...
  • Julia Leach launches Chance line at Barneys New York

     
    Former Kate Spade creative director Julia Leach is launching her California-inspired Chance line at Barneys New York....
  • A blog to follow: Find. Eat. Drink.

     
    A blog to follow: Find. Eat. Drink....
  • Macy's Bar III hits the Rose Bowl flea market on Sunday

     
    Macy's is taking its private-label Bar III brand on a cross-country jaunt to hip and happening flea markets, including the Rose Bowl flea market in Pasadena....
  • Cookbook Watch: 'The Meatball Shop Cookbook'

     
    Cookbook Watch: The Meatball Shop Cookbook...
  • A prizewinning book of photo postcards

     
    Sometimes it takes a small press to make a truly interesting book. Yeti Books, with the help of Verse Chorus Press in Portland, Ore., is behind "Folk Photography: The American Real-Photo Postcard 1905-1930." OK, it's a pretty dry title. What......
  • Theater review: 'Welcome to Arroyo's' at the Old Globe

     
    More party than play, Kristoffer Diaz’s “Welcome to Arroyo’s” is a sweet, loose-limbed shout out to Manhattan’s Lower East Side, now at the Old Globe. With a Greek chorus of DJs who “mix” the play right in front of us,......
  • 'Project Runway' recap: City scapes and inspiration

     
    Janell reports on last night's Project Runway. And makes me wish I was a lot funnier, as per usual:Previously, Ivy became a national nightmare, but then we woke up and she was still eliminated. Oh, and so was Christopher. Now,......
  • Diller-Scofidio, architects having their moment

     
    Until a few years ago, the architects who won the commission to design Eli Broad’s downtown Los Angeles museum were known for anything but the standard practice of architecture. Elizabeth Diller and Rick Scofidio, who are married, were more interested.....
  • Tangelo Park benefactor recognized for helping schools

     
    Harris Rosen, the hotel magnate who has pumped $8.5 million into the Tangelo Park neighborhood through his foundation, was honored by the Orange County School Board on Tuesday. His recognition was because he was recently named a “Leading Light&#...
  • Fashion blog project tracks street style trends around the world

     
    When Joie Reinstein graduated with a fashion marketing degree from Parson's The New School for Design this summer, the dour economy rendered job prospects practically nonexistent. So instead of groveling for a pay-free internship at a fashion house, she...