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  • Bridge design sparks clash in Los Angeles

    Bridge design sparks clash in Los Angeles
    The bridges that span the Los Angeles River offer a history lesson of how Los Angeles became a modern city. There's the Cesar Chavez Bridge, with its colossal porticoes, embellished with spiral columns and a replica of the city seal. The bridge,...
  • L.A. neighborhoods, you're on the map

    L.A. neighborhoods, you're on the map
    Nevermind where we're going. Question is: Where are we now? "We're in Woodland Hills," said Anthony Tholberg as he stood outside his home late last week and mulled over that question. Tholberg, 23, grew up in the mid-century modern house in the 19800...
  • Back on a roll in L.A. with Derby Dolls

    Back on a roll in L.A. with Derby Dolls
    The hipsters have taken to calling it "Hi-Fi," but long stretches of Historic Filipinotown are quiet after dark. Even on a Saturday night, the only sound is the purr of the cars passing overhead on the 101; the only action is an old man pushing a shopping...
  • MOCA's Grand Avenue dungeon

    MOCA's Grand Avenue dungeon
    In the ongoing flurry of news articles and opinion pieces in The Times about the future of Los Angeles County Museum of Contemporary Art, nobody seems willing to admit that the location MOCA is closing for at least six months -- the Geffen Contemporary...
  • Dining Information: Farmers markets

    Dining Information: Farmers markets
    Farmers markets Atwater Village, Sunday: 3250 Glendale Blvd., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Burbank, Saturday: Orange Grove Avenue and 3rd Street, behind City Hall, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Calabasas, Saturday: Calabasas (Old Town): 23504 Calabasas Road at...
  • L.A. chefs on 'Top Chef Masters' Season 2; 320 Main in Seal Beach; Bastide open for dinner

    L.A. chefs on 'Top Chef Masters' Season 2; 320 Main in Seal Beach; Bastide open for dinner
    The cast of "Top Chef Masters" Season 2 has been announced, and local chefs Ludo Lefebvre and Mark Peel will return to the show. Expect other L.A. chefs to appear: Govind Armstrong, who judged an elimination challenge last season, will come back to...
  • The hungry gourmet heads to market

    The hungry gourmet heads to market
    In the tree-shaded space where the Leimert Park farmers market is gradually coming to Saturday-morning life, shoppers sleepily sip coffee from nearby Fifth Street Dick's coffeehouse — but they wake right up as they approach the Gourmet Tamale...
  • 'California Design Biennial: Action/Reaction'

    'California Design Biennial: Action/Reaction'
    Encompassing items such as fold-up motorcycles and an earthquake readiness program assembled in a city park from cardboard boxes, " California Design Biennial: Action/Reaction" takes a look at how practitioners of industrial design, fashion, graphics,...
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art proposes merger with MOCA

    Los Angeles County Museum of Art proposes merger with MOCA
    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art proposed a merger with the financially struggling Museum of Contemporary Art on Tuesday. The proposal provides a second bailout option for the downtown museum, which earlier received an offer of $30 million from...
  • City of angels, and Pentecostals too

    IN religion, as in so many other domains, Los Angeles is to California what California is to America and America to Europe: a version of itself in which separate ingredients are stirred together into a scandalous stew. Established religions were the...
  • City walk

    City walk
    Usually the trajectory that neighborhoods go through as they gentrify is entirely predictable -- and more than a little depressing. First a scruffy, down-at-the-heels area welcomes a few urban pioneers drawn by an attractive and affordable housing stock....
  • The streets are alive

    The streets are alive
    "What brings you downtown?" the waitress asks as she seats me on a patio shadowed by the skyscrapers on Bunker Hill. I hear this question often. "Actually, I live here," I say, trying not to sound smug. "Just down the hill." "Oh!" the waitress chirps in...