Joseph Miller is a principal at Runyon Group.
At the intersections of Venice, Washington and National Boulevards just adjacent to the Metro Expo Line is a bite-size mall called Platform that is emblematic of the changes taking…
Jan. 2, 2018from Design and Architecture
Why does an architect have to be like a “camel in the desert?” Daniel Libeskind explains why in a conversation about his new book “Edge of Order.”
Feb. 18from Design and Architecture
Rotting fruit is made out of semi precious stones, a group show centers around witches, and paintings depict figures floating through water.
Feb. 18from Arts & Culture Stories
LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey this week dismissed 66,000 marijuana-related convictions in the county.
Feb. 14from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
A certain kind of coffee cake is served across all LAUSD schools. The original recipe is from 1954.
Feb. 19from Greater LA
One of the first books within a huge movement that restored respectability to memoirs, This Boy’s Life celebrates its thirtieth anniversary, and Tobias Wolff celebrates thirty years…
Feb. 13from Bookworm
Art fairs of all shapes and sizes pop up in Los Angeles, from blue-chip to artist-run.
Feb. 11from Arts & Culture Stories
A MacArthur Park school is working with LACMA to bring art into the historic but gentrifying neighborhood.
Feb. 12from Greater LA
Simplicity, tradition, and seasonality are all hallmarks of Japanese eating. We hear about the artisans who are keeping ancient techniques alive and the ways homecooks can benefit…
Feb. 21from Good Food
In the turbulent days after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., white McDonald’s franchisees fled their inner-city locations.
Feb. 14from Good Food