It's official: Jeffrey Gundlach is the luckiest man alive.
Not only has the CEO-investor been living a life of riches known only to the 1 percent (and to other friends of Mitt Romney -- house north of Montana Avenue in Santa Monica, museum-worthy paintings on his walls, Porsche Carrera 4S in the ga ... More >>
Cops this week were looking for the thieves who cleaned out a Santa Monica home left alone earlier this month by a resident on a "trip." The $10 million-plus haul included "numerous" art works, including a piece by Jasper Johns, a 2010 Porsche and a handful of watches, including a Patek Philippe. Al ... More >>
Sam BlochResnick Pavilion, LACMAThis Sunday, the folks behind Pacific Standard Time leaned in close and said those three words we love to hear: free museum day!
More than twenty-five Southern California art museums offered free admission yesterday. The heavy hitters and their lucky friends ... More >>
Photo credit: Paula Goldman. Courtesy MOCA LA. A view of the 1995 Cy Twombly retrospective at MOCA
The painter Cy Twombly, who died Tuesday at the age of 83, has always, perhaps unfairly, been associated with high culture headiness. Sure, he came of age in New York alongside pop forerunners ... More >>
Captain Beefheart artwork for Doc at the Radar Station album ad (1980)[As we reported this afternoon, Captain Beefheart, Don Van Vliet, died today at 69. We already posted a list of the "Top 14 Reasons Why Captain Beefheart Was a True American Genius" by Beefheartologist Rob Chalfen. You can ... More >>