Host Frances Anderton looks at design and architecture from a Los Angeles perspective.
Want to give your loved ones something unique or handmade: a ceramic bowl, a textile wall hanging, or a one-of-a-kind pair of earrings?
You have plenty of options at the…
A dramatic decision by a little-known planning agency may impact how much new housing goes up in your city.
This week: explore the rise and form of right wing media spaces; shop local crafts and give the Amazon delivery person a break; celebrate 20 years of the hauntingly beautiful…
A pillar of Los Angeles architecture, Ray Kappe, died on November 21 at age 92.
Kappe was the architect of numerous houses in the California Modernist tradition, including…
Looking for Thanksgiving menu ideas for the design and architecture fans in your life? Take a page from a new art project in the guise of a cookbook.
Go to the LA Auto Show at the Convention Center, and of course all the cars will be vivid colors.
This week: See the discontinuity of architecture through Claude Parent's Oblique Function; see over 1,500 Disney relics before they're sold; light up the night with festive activities…
On Tuesday, November 12th, following several years of community meetings led by the Health Innovation Community Partnership and actions taken by Supervisor Solis, the Board of…
It’s been 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
"L.A. Lights the Way" is a contest that calls for a new streetlight to replace the utilitarian standard street light pole currently installed in many areas in LA.
This week: check out e-cars with vroom at the LA Auto Show; meet the author of a book about the charismatic man behind the first LA Olympics; hear from the architect who is looking for…
Last week LACMA director Michael Govan and his supporters went before an LA city council committee to ask for the air rights over a portion of Wilshire Boulevard to be vacated.
Dozens of fired museum employees and their supporters rallied last Friday outside the Marciano Art Foundation, the now-closed arts institution in a former Scottish Rite Masonic Temple…
Coming up: discover the effects of border art at the Annenberg's W|ALLS; meet Gilbert & George; learn who gets Shortlisted for major architecture projects and why; explore the blurry…
When Ian Schrager and his late partner Steve Rubell co-founded Studio 54, the wildly successful club that defined New York City nightlife in the 1970s, they created “nightclub as…
Many malls of America are dying or changing.
Coming up: consider why Horton Plaza, San Diego, was ghosted; appreciate Native American arts; tour J.R.Davidson homes; see art from the radical women behind the iron curtain; visit…
Halloween is upon us.
Sneakers are very, very big business, a nearly $20 billion industry in the U.S. alone.
Fire season has engulfed northern and southern California. This week it’s the turn of the Westside.