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Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center
Rockefeller Center is an expanse of 19 buildings on 22 acres in the center of Midtown Manhattan. The National Historic Landmark is spread between 48th and 51st Streets, and Fifth Avenue to Seventh Avenue. A popular destination is Top Of The Rock, a rooftop observation deck that provides unobstructed views of the surrounding area. (Photo AP)
Rockefeller Center is an expanse of 19 buildings on 22 acres in the center of Midtown Manhattan. The National Historic Landmark is spread between 48th and 51st Streets, and Fifth Avenue to Seventh Avenue. A popular destination is Top Of The Rock, a rooftop observation deck that provides unobstructed views of the surrounding area. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Glenn Beck, TEA Parties and red logos

     
    by Mark Silva While everyone is busy disputing the size of the "TEA Party'' protest in Washington over the weekend -- tens of thousands, perhaps, but certainly not "more than 30 million'' -- our colleague, Christopher Knight, at the L.A.......
  • Glenn Beck's '9-12' logo based on communist and socialist designs

     
    Ever since Glenn Beck took to the Fox television airwaves recently to offer a bizarre reading of the art commissioned 70 years ago for New York's Rockefeller Center, I've been puzzled by the graphic design element of his 9-12 Project.......
  • Glenn Beck's art criticism explained

     
    When Fox television commentator Glenn Beck played art critic two weeks ago, giving a now-notorious rant about some 75-year-old art commissioned for Manhattan's Rockefeller Center, it wasn't the mash-up of socialist, communist, fascist and other...
  • ArtReview ranks Eli Broad, Michael Govan, Glenn Beck among 'Power 100'

     
    The magazine ArtReview announced this morning its list of the art world's "Power 100" and several prominent L.A. names were among the illustrious, including Eli Broad (No. 7), Michael Govan (No. 40), Tim Blum and Jeff Poe (sharing No. 31).......
  • Michael Hiltzik: Learning to live with China

     
    Economic nationalism -- or is it merely xenophobia? -- is nothing new on these shores. It crops up whenever America's hegemony as the world's No. 1 economy appears to be threatened by an upward-scuttling challenger. As my column for Monday......
  • TV Ratings: Christmas Specials, 'Law & Order' Rule Wednesday

    Fast National ratings for Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2008 A decent performance from "Law & Order" helped NBC grab Wednesday's overall ratings crown, while an odd mix of specials on CBS captured a demographic victory. NBC led the night with a 6.4 rating/10...
  • Jimmy Fallon Puts Down Roots

    Given the hoopla surrounding Jay Leno over the last 24 hours or so, it's easy to forget that the rest of NBC's late-night lineup is getting a makeover too. Jimmy Fallon hopes you won't forget about him. The former "Saturday Night Live" regular is...
  • Tour #1: 'Potato Chip Cookies'

    Take Lehigh Street into Emmaus and continue until 10th Street -- Pizza Hut at the corner -- where you'll turn left. At the stop sign, make a right onto Pennsylvania Avenue and follow through the sharp left turn all the way out as it turns into Vera Cruz...
  • Conn. Spruce To Be Next Rockefeller Christmas Tree

    Conn. Spruce To Be Next Rockefeller Christmas Tree
    From a quiet Connecticut suburb to the hustle and bustle of New York City, a 76-foot Norway spruce will become this year's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. Crews were hard at work Wednesday, cutting down the 10-ton tree in the Easton yard of school...
  • Owners: $5.4B Stuyvestant Town To Go To Creditors

    Owners: $5.4B Stuyvestant Town To Go To Creditors
    The financially troubled owners of two massive apartment complexes that sold for a record $5.4 billion a few years ago said Monday they're turning them over to their creditors. The joint venture ownership team led by Tishman Speyer Properties and...
  • Walking in Holden Caulfield's footsteps through Manhattan

    Walking in Holden Caulfield's footsteps through Manhattan
    Holden Caulfield was a flâneur. That's not generally how we think of him, this archetype of adolescent alienation, this detester of phonies, this poor little lost boy whose voice — by turns knowing, childlike, cynical and bereft — drives J.D....
  • A photographic memory

    A photographic memory
    It's 10 o'clock, and the tri-level Modernist mini-manse near the crest of Laurel Canyon Boulevard is swathed in sharp morning sunlight, the Rudolf M. Schindler design aglow against a sky of L.A. blue. It seems a perfect picture, but the photographer in...