Why does strange architecture lend itself to ghost stories, and what do these stories unveil about our own prejudices?
Oct. 25, 2016from Design and Architecture
Last week, teenage self-taught engineer Kai Kloepfer unveiled his creation: the world’s first working smart gun – a firearm that unlocks like an iPhone, detecting the owner via…
Oct. 12, 2016from Design and Architecture
Large-scale installation artist Patrick Shearn is the man behind Coachella’s massive roving astronaut and butterfly, Pershing Square’s fluttering silver sail, and now “Nimbus,” a…
Oct. 4, 2016from Design and Architecture
A MacArthur Park school is working with LACMA to bring art into the historic but gentrifying neighborhood.
Feb. 12from Greater LA
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I reveal what a friend of mine confessed to me years ago.
Feb. 26from Martini Shot
Japanese artist Tatsuo Miyajima’s digital installations are on view at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. “I'm very interested in this life and death dynamic.
Feb. 21from KCRW Features
In the first scene of playwright Steven Leigh Morris' new play "Red Ink," our protagonist makes a cri-du-coeur: "What was he thinking?...Why would a successful business man do to his…
Feb. 10from Opening the Curtain
Desert X started in Coachella Valley, and now it’s in Al Ula, Saudi Arabia.
Feb. 11from Design and Architecture
Fans of Los Angeles Football Club follow them wherever they go -- including Mexico on Feb. 18. The players lost the match, but fans gave a stellar performance in the stands.
Feb. 26from Greater LA
Coming up: Learn about the Afro-Latin homes and culture in early Los Angeles; see Elizabeth Gahan's embellished photos capturing the soul of LA architecture; mingle with ceramics by…
Feb. 24from Design and Architecture
The Quibi ad blitz has begun.
Feb. 18from Screengrab
In 1979, master interviewer Lawrence Grobel's conversation with Marlon Brando changed the shape of the magazine celebrity profile.
Feb. 24from The Treatment