Now on Display: L.A.’s on the Menu at the Central Library

Whether you are scanning a chalkboard on the side of a food truck or paging through an elaborate bill of fare at an elegant sit-down restaurant, you probably read a menu simply to figure out what you want to eat. …

6.27.15

Summer at The Hollywood Bowl

We are working with The Hollywood Bowl to make sure our readers know of all the excellent programming available this summer. The first notable family event takes place on Friday, June 26 at 6:30 PM and celebrates the 50th anniversary of …

6.18.15

Our Kind of Girl: Corita Kent

Her art is in major museum collections across the country, including the Metropolitan Museum and Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. She was one of the most popular graphic artists of …

6.17.15

Emerging at The Annenberg Space for Photography

The Annenberg Space for Photography's latest show is called Emerging and features the work of a new generation of photographers. All the work comes from artists who have been featured in Photo District News' annual selection of top new talents; the …

6.6.15

Summer Music in Special Places

It's time to listen to music in the great outdoors. Summer 2015 has some great musical acts cued up for your family's enjoyment.

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Sounds in Focus

The Annenberg Foundation announced a summer series today in partnership with KCRW for a …

6.2.15

Summer Adventures: Letterpress in LA

In this digital age, it may be hard for children to fathom—and for some adults to remember—that the printing of type was once a hand-set labor of love.  Letterpress originated in the 1400s and was the primary form of printing …

5.30.15

LACMA at 50

Big birthdays are always a big deal, but it is hard to imagine having a better 50th than LACMA did this week. To celebrate, a new show is now on view, 50 for 50: Gifts on the Occasion of LACMA’s …

4.25.15

Now at the Norton Simon: Tête-à-Tête: Three Masterpieces from the Musée

Industrialist Norton Simon (1907–1993) led a remarkable life in many arenas: business, philanthropy, and the arts among them. As a collector he amassed an amazing assembly of European art from the Renaissance to the 20th century, and then later a …

3.30.15

Things to do with Kids in LA: Explore Boyle Heights

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Historically home to Jewish-Americans, Mexican-Americans, Asian-Americans and other immigrant groups, Boyle Heights—named for early Irish immigrant land owner Andrew A. Boyle—is a great example of the kind of only-in-LA mash-up that makes our city special. Though vestiges of the Jewish …

3.23.15