topic-pehst002261 Recent News Coverage on Frank Lloyd Wright - Baltimore Sun
RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Frank Lloyd Wright

A collection of news and information related to Frank Lloyd Wright published by this site and its partners.

Top Frank Lloyd Wright Articles

Displaying items 97-108
  • Art Spiegelman's art obliterates category

     Art Spiegelman's art obliterates category
    "Who's got a gag for me today?" Early on in "CO-MIX: A Retrospective of Comics, Graphics and Scraps." Art Spiegelman's upcoming career-spanner that's due out in September, we see a drawing of a much younger Spiegelman saying this to four tiny characters...
  • 'Never Built Los Angeles' is a lavish counter-history

    'Never Built Los Angeles' is a lavish counter-history
    When, in the 1920s, the pioneering Southern California social critic Louis Adamic called Los Angeles "the enormous village," he didn't mean it as a compliment. Rather, he was referring to L.A.'s insularity, its status as what Richard Meltzer would later...
  • For the record

    Los Angeles Philharmonic: A review of the Los Angeles Philharmonic in the July 25 Calendar section said that the first Hollywood Bowl shell was built by Frank Lloyd Wright. It was designed by his son, Lloyd Wright. Jeffrey Deitch: An article in the July...
  • Sowden House in Los Feliz for sale at $4.9 million

    Sowden House in Los Feliz for sale at $4.9 million
    The storied Sowden House in Los Feliz is for sale at $4.888 million. Set behind gates and obscured from the street by heavy foliage, the residence has sometimes been called the Jaws house for its Mayan temple-like façade. Typical of Lloyd Wright...
  • Free Hollywood Bowl rehearsals are best bargain in L.A.

    Free Hollywood Bowl rehearsals are best bargain in L.A.
    Life is usually such a struggle for me. I get foreplay confused with afterplay; I get tofu confused with cheese. Yet, when I stumble across one of L.A.'s ultimate bargains, I am quick to share. This is such a one-way relationship, you and I. Just the...
  • Dining scene: Lunching and brunching at Kaluz, plus a new seaside option

    Dining scene: Lunching and brunching at Kaluz, plus a new seaside option
    Kaluz Restaurant 3300 E. Commercial Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-772-2209, KaluzRestaurant.com Only 6 months old, this Frank Lloyd Wright-style endeavor on the Intracoastal Waterway has launched lunch and Sunday brunch menus, as well as new cocktails...
  • Thomas Demand: A journey in great demand

    Thomas Demand: A journey in great demand
    John Lautner believed that "architecture should be really odd." To this end the midcentury American architect dotted Southern California with a concrete, glass and copper volcano for Bob Hope's second home, a dwelling that looks like a UFO perched on a...
  • 10 things you might not know about razed Chicago

    10 things you might not know about razed Chicago
    Ever since the Great Fire of 1871, a cycle of destruction and rebuilding has been central to the Chicago story. This month, Northwestern University secured a permit to tear down Prentice Hospital so that it can build a biomedical research facility. Also...
  • Comic-Con: ‘Building Stories,’ ‘Saga’ top Eisners (winners list)

     
    Chris Ware’s innovative “Building Stories” had a lease on the Eisner Awards dais Friday night at Comic-Con International in San […]...
  • Review: A sizzling 'Rite of Spring' at the Hollywood Bowl

    Review: A sizzling 'Rite of Spring' at the Hollywood Bowl
    "The Rite of Spring," having reached the 100th celebratory anniversary of its clamorous Paris premiere this spring, is the new "Four Seasons." Igor Stravinsky's ballet score has become ubiquitous. Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos conducted the Los Angeles...
  • Where Bears roam free

     Where Bears roam free
    BOURBONNAIS, Ill. — Twelve years ago, the Chicago Bears staged a statewide hunt for their new summer home. They traveled to Charleston, site of Eastern Illinois University, to meet with the mayor. They drove five hours south to Carbondale to check...
  • Le Corbusier as a force for nature?

    Le Corbusier as a force for nature?
    NEW YORK — It's easy to imagine that "Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes," a vast, dense and beautifully installed new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, began as a kind of parlor game. You can almost picture the curators, Jean-Louis...