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Groundbreaking, cutting edge, traditional art at hub of galleries

Groundbreaking, cutting edge, traditional art at hub of galleries

| March 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

If you’re looking for art in Los Angeles, look no further than the Miracle Mile. Already known for its museums, food scene, shopping, and walkability, the area also is a hub of art galleries. The Ace Museum, 400 S. La Brea Ave., is currently finalizing permits with the city for its upcoming exhibitions, to be […]

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All roads lead to the neighborhood, and the Blvd.: part II

All roads lead to the neighborhood, and the Blvd.: part II

| March 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

In September 1940, a certain writer made note in her journal about a self-invited dinner guest: “[H]e is an unusually pushing and callous person… It is partly his boundless vitality and partly his thirty years of being an impresario… He is tall and fattish and wears affected clothes… [his] heavy suede shoes had exaggerated square […]

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Lift a pint of green ale on St. Patrick’s Day

Lift a pint of green ale on St. Patrick’s Day

| March 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

For those who wish to lift a pint for Erin go Bragh, there are several classic Irish pubs around the Miracle Mile to try. For more than 80 years, crowds have flocked to Tom Bergin’s for St. Patrick’s Day. Owner Derek Schreck tents the parking lot so up to 1,000 people can attend at a […]

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‘A day which will live in infamy’… ‘Allegiance’ and ‘Infamy’

‘A day which will live in infamy’… ‘Allegiance’ and ‘Infamy’

| March 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Presidents’ Day weekend of 2017, just celebrated, had certain bitter aspects this year. The Sunday of the weekend marked the 75th anniversary of the February 19, 1942, issuance by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt of what now assuredly must be considered the “infamous” Presidential Executive Order 9066. That presidential Executive Order — “Instructions to All Persons […]

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All roads — and world of organics — lead to the neighborhood

All roads — and world of organics — lead to the neighborhood

| January 26, 2017 | 1 Comment

Because “everything is related to everything else” — at least that’s the answer, perhaps apocryphal, that Buckminster Fuller gave to his students in response to the question of why he took three hours to answer a single question. So bear with me while I attempt to connect the dots between the thick green “broth” that […]

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Mardi ‘Mutti Gras,’ at Farmers Market

Mardi ‘Mutti Gras,’ at Farmers Market

| January 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Celebrate Mardi Gras at the Farmers Market with food, music and a pet parade. Festivities take place the weekend of February 25-26 and Fat Tuesday Feb. 28. The free, family-friendly party will feature New Orleans staples of beads, beignets, Dixie beer and face painting. The Gumbo Pot will serve Cajun gumbo and jambalaya. See pets […]

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