It’s Ultra Violet, described by the company as “a complex, celestial shade of purple … that calls to mind the vastness of the galaxy, the power of spirituality, and creative expression in all its forms.” Down-to-earth translation: you’ll love what it does for...
“Smashing” is a word rarely employed by any noted art critic, let alone the esteemed Christopher Knight of the LA Times. But he uses it in the first sentence of his review of “Painted in Mexico, 1700-1790: Pinxit Mexici,” now open at LACMA. It’s kind of a big deal.
Weather not frosty enough for you? Lace up your skates and star in your own version of Frozen at one of LA’s outdoor rinks. Each comes surrounded by a festive helping of season’s cheer – the coolest way to get your chill on.
Pacific Union International, Inc., the largest independent real estate brokerage in California, produces its first annual Los Angeles Real Estate Economic Forecast from the stage of the Skirball Cultural Center on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 5 p.m. Pacific Time.The unique, one-hour webcast production,...
After an extensive 18-month preservation project, Pasadena’s historic USC Pacific Asia Museum will reopen its doors next month. The completed work is just Phase 1 in a master plan of structural improvements, seismic retrofitting, and upgraded art storage.
For sixteen miles from downtown to the ocean, Wilshire Boulevard showcases virtually every major architectural style of the last century plus a kaleidoscope of LA’s diverse neighborhoods. Explore it all with LA Conservancy’s great online tour.
Eater has just rounded up the best dining in the SFV, from a craft beer place in Agoura Hills to stunning strip mall sushi in Encino to fancified comfort food in Studio City. Don’t miss the pizzeria run by a former celebrity chef. Only in the Valley.
Urgent note: It’s almost time for Descanso Gardens to transform into a leafy world of dazzling nighttime lights again. “Enchanted: Forest of Light” opens November 19, but tickets tend to vanish in a twinkling. Better reserve your visit soon.
So you’re invited to someone else’s Thanksgiving feast. Whew. But wait – you still have to bring a side. This year, why make it that same tired old chestnut (dressing)? The folks at Food Network have 100+ way more impressive recipes.