Arts ReStore LA: Westwood – A Retail Pop-Up in November

The Hammer Museum’s Arts ReStore LA initiative enters its second weekend, and we recommend clearing a few weekend hours between now and November 24 to explore this unusual, inventive art project. Best of all — it’s all accessible on foot. …

11.8.13

Happy 125th Birthday National Geographic

State of the Art Displays at The Annenberg Space for Photography’s new show make for Stunning Viewing —

If you grew up poring through the pages of National Geographic, you will appreciate learning that the current Editor-in-Chief of the renowned …

10.24.13

Why I Love Borgen (and the Danes) Like I Do

Borgen CastI’m not sure when I first heard the word “Borgen” but the way it was spoken – in hushed admiration, shared like a state secret – made me know I had to watch.

Finding a way to watch the show …

10.23.13

Global Citizen: The Architecture of Moshe Safdie

A Retrospective of the Architect Coincides with Opening of New Buildings on Skirball Campus

Does Architecture appeal to anyone in your family? If so, the Skirball Center’s new show is worth adding to your fall agenda. Global Citizen: The Architecture

10.22.13

The Fowler Museum’s Global Vision

The Fowler turns 50, shares what's in the basement, and celebrates with hundreds of beach ball globes!
10.17.13

Malibu’s Public Spaces

Malibu conjures all the cliches of LA. We took a mid-week visit off season to remind ourselves how Malibu became Malibu. In other words, why do those who can afford to live here choose to live here, despite the fires and flooding and traffic? The answer is simple: when the land meets the sea, remarkable things happen.
10.3.13

A Crush on Cathedrals: Stained Glass at The Getty Center & Other Impressive Religious Spaces in LA

A new show at The Getty Center leads us back to Chaucer and Saint Thomas Becket and onward to visits to LA's spiritual spaces.
9.27.13

Tongva Park in Santa Monica

Santa Monica’s brand new public space, Tongva Park, had a soft opening this week and opens officially on October 19. With the gates down, and the sun shining brilliantly, it’s hard to believe that the world hasn’t quickly flocked …

9.19.13

Looking at Theater in LA: The 2013-2014 Season

It's time to think about special occasions for the family over the next year. Whether you like to purchase series of tickets or splurge on special occasions, there are plenty of ways to make good use of your time and money this season. Spend a few moments looking around and we think you'll agree.
9.12.13