When someone asks me if they have to rent a car when visiting L.A., I really, really, really, really want to say no. Of course you can experience L.A. without a car. I do it every day. But for me to explain all the quirks of navigating our transit-nascent city to a wide-eyed visitor, I'd pretty much ... More >>
Italian officials who wanted to find out how they were doing in their quest to save Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper from five centuries of decay knew just where to turn: USC professor Constantinos Sioutas.
An expert on the huge effects of tiny particles in the air, Sioutas coauthored thi ... More >>
Lauren NobleKris Morningstar in front of LACMA's "Urban Light"
Just months after the official unveiling of LACMA's new Lynda and Stewart Resnick Exhibition Pavilion comes word of its new culinary work of art, Ray's & Stark Bar, slated to debut on March 4.
The Patina Group, which oversees t ... More >>
Fowler Museum StoreSalt And Pepper Shakers From The Fowler Museum StoreHoliday gifts for food-centric friends are tricky. You want something unique that isn't already lining their overstuffed kitchen cabinets. Sure, those Paula Deen silicone spatulas from Target are tempting, if only for the ... More >>
Natalie Merchant at the Orpheum Theatre
"Natalie Merchant manages to make what would seem to be a stuffy premise -- putting new melodies to the classic words of dead poets -- into the most sonically adventurous project of her career. Known more as a singer and lyricist, she proves to be uncan ... More >>
Norton Simon MuseumCalifornia Attorney General Jerry Brown on Wednesday said he filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court arguing in favor of a Connecticut woman's legal attempt to get two paintings looted by Nazis during World War II. One of the pieces, "Eve," appears to be the inspiration f ... More >>