From the Valley to LAX to Pasadena, some very cool players are prepping for autumn openings. With famous names like Mark Peel and Bill Chait joining stars from the East Coast to Australia, this should be really delicious.
The Melrose store will be here until December 31, so you’ve still got tons of time to shop the latest Google gift ideas. (The space alone is worth the visit.)There’s even a setup concierge service for VIPs. We assume you know who you are.
From homegrown spooktaculars to Hollywood-level spine-chillers, LA is crawling with creepy perils this Halloween. Here are some of the best.
If you’ve passed Wilshire and Fairfax lately, you’ve seen a 130-foot orb emerging behind the Streamline Moderne former May Co. Here’s a closer look at the future home of the theater and observation deck for the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.
Get ready for low-tech streaming: the City of LA has approved starting preliminary studies and work on creating a 500-foot terrace on the west bank of the LA River. Early work on connecting the river to LA State Historical Park can also begin.
After 50,000 tickets to The Broad’s Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors disappeared in hours, the museum added 40,000 more … goneski. Your last hope: a limited number of same-day tickets will be sold daily onsite. First come, first served. Good luck.
Artist, performer and occultist Cameron (the only name she used) was a noted figure in LA’s Mid-century counterculture. A rare survey of her visionary mythic/surrealist work opens this month at MOCA Pacific Design Center.
Historian Nathan Masters’ coproduction with KCETLink, the USC Libraries and the LA as Subject research alliance is back for a second season. With each segment created by a local emerging filmmaker, these are not your father’s documentaries.
Of all the times for your creativity to take a hike, Halloween is the worst. Don’t freak: LA has a clown car full of places ready to spill out great ideas by the bucket. Here are some top costume shops ready to make you the hit of the haunt.