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  • A sampler of L.A. Art Weekend events

    A sampler of L.A. Art Weekend events
    Rev up the GPS: L.A. Art Weekend will be hosting events -- many of them free -- for four days throughout the city. Details and a full list of events at www.laartweekend.com. Here some highlights. TODAY 7 p.m. "Elliot Hundley exhibit," Regen Projects...
  • Terence Koh at Peres Projects in Chinatown

    Terence Koh at Peres Projects in Chinatown
    If you happened to be in Chinatown on the night of Terence Koh's opening two weeks ago, you would have noticed something peculiar: a fine, white powder coating the shoes, pant legs, skirts and coat tails of many of those crisscrossing the neighborhood...
  • NEW! Culver City's the spot for funky gifts

    NEW! Culver City's the spot for funky gifts
    Art lovers, furniture hunters and foodies flock to the enclave of galleries, interior design showrooms and recently sprouted restaurants in downtown Culver City. The area has developed into a cultural epicenter for L.A.'s booming art scene, making it a...
  • Home datebook

    APRIL 18 Native plants: The South Coast chapter of the California Native Plant Society presents its 15th annual spring garden tour led by landscape consultants and designers Ric Dykzeul and Tony Baker. 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. $20 to $25. Reservations: (310)...
  • Theme restaurants give diners a change of scenery

    Theme restaurants give diners a change of scenery
    She's wearing white knee socks and black high-heeled Mary Janes, a ruffled headband, and a short petticoat-lined dress with puff sleeves, rounded collar and a patch-pocket apron, and she's here to pour your tea and serve cucumber finger sandwiches....
  • Recipe: Sweet-and-sour Brussels sprouts

    Total time: 1 hour, 40 minutes Servings: 4 Note: Adapted from Eric Greenspan. Duck fat is available at Bristol Farms and Whole Foods markets, Surfas in Culver City and Monsieur Marcel at the Original Farmer's Market in Los Angeles, and can be special...
  • A dry-sodas taste test

    Taste-testing dry sodas We TASTED more than three dozen sodas to find the driest, most aperitif-worthy substitutes. We tasted only chilled sodas from glass bottles (to avoid the metallic taste of cans) and sipped them in Champagne flutes. Sodas were...
  • The best houses of all time in L.A.

    No sooner can you get out the words "best houses in Southern California" than hands will go up asking what that means, reflecting the subjectivity for compiling such a list. Clearly, there's more than one way to measure the beauty, utility and...
  • Chefs hitting the 'boards

    Chefs hitting the 'boards
    MAYBE IT'S the $4.50 gas, or the ridiculous L.A. traffic. Or maybe it's just the default California cool factor, but these days a few local chefs are riding skateboards to work instead of driving cars. Chefs on skateboards! (Don't give the Food Network...
  • Restaurant review: Father's Office at Helms Bakery

    Restaurant review: Father's Office at Helms Bakery
    A European friend has a teenage son who loves ketchup so much that Dad carts home giant bottles of the stuff in his checked suitcase every time he visits the U.S. I know one person I won't be taking to Father's Office the next time he visits, because they...
  • Cool bars in L.A. with decent parking? You're not dreaming

    Cool bars in L.A. with decent parking? You're not dreaming
    YOUR favorite bar got you down lately? The miasma of dismal parking opportunities along the Canter's-dominated stretch of Fairfax Avenue has had you circling the Dime more times than you'd care to count. The last time you cozied up to the bartender at...
  • Southern California has its jamón ibérico

    Southern California has its jamón ibérico
    INTRICATELY marbled dark mahogany folds of ham, each with a generous edge of satiny cured fat, peel off the antique slicer at the Cheese Store of Beverly Hills. This is jamón ibérico, the legendary dry-cured Spanish ham that until last December was...