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Home of the Day: Spanish style next to walkable West Hollywood

This Spanish-style home, renovated and restored by the Stewart-Gulrajani Design Team, offers a new spin on a classic look. A coved entry opens to a refined space with arched doors and windows and wide-plank wood floors. Crisp white walls and coffered ceilings lend a contemporary look to an open-plan...

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  • Retro Norms restaurant could become an L.A. monument

    Retro Norms restaurant could become an L.A. monument

    A retro restaurant on the Westside beloved for its outlandish, exaggerated architectural style could soon become a historic monument in Los Angeles. Architecture buffs rallied to save the Norms restaurant on La Cienega Boulevard this year after learning that a new owner had obtained a permit to...

  • Review: At Terrine, Kris Morningstar becomes a chef's chef

    Review: At Terrine, Kris Morningstar becomes a chef's chef

    If you are fond of visiting Los Angeles restaurants in their first months, you have run into chef Kris Morningstar a lot, probably more times than you can imagine. He has cooked at Shutters and AOC, Grace, Meson G and Opaline, Casa and the weird rooftop-to-table restaurant Blue Velvet. He was in...

  • Five questions for chef Kris Morningstar of Terrine

    Five questions for chef Kris Morningstar of Terrine

    Kris Morningstar, chef at the new Terrine on Beverly Boulevard, first fell in love with food in his family’s kitchen. But before graduating from the Cordon Bleu-affiliated California School of Culinary Arts in Pasadena, Morningstar studied marketing at the University of Maryland. He has worked...

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    She has grand designs on how interiors should be

    The gig: Leura Fine, 29, is founder and chief executive of Laurel & Wolf, which specializes in residential and commercial interior design. Fine is also one of Forbes' 2016 selections for "30 under 30," young entrepreneurs who are rapidly climbing the ladder in their business sector or completely...

  • Datebook: Shaping wood into abstraction, a group show about race, life lessons in 30-second videos

    Datebook: Shaping wood into abstraction, a group show about race, life lessons in 30-second videos

    An exploration of shape and form in wood. A group show that looks at race and identity. And an exhibition devoted to exploring the historical and artistic legacy of an L.A. LGBT club from the early '80s. Plus, a festival of film by a well-known documentarian and short video lessons by an L.A. performance...

  • Ring in the lunar new year with a barrel of monkey merchandise

    Ring in the lunar new year with a barrel of monkey merchandise

    Out with the goat, in with the monkey! The Chinese Lunar New Year begins Monday and this is the year of the fire monkey, associated with the ninth zodiac animal sign and the element of fire. In celebration, luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Paul Smith, Michael Kors, Estée Lauder and Chopard...

  • Baja East designers hold trunk show at Elyse Walker

    Baja East designers hold trunk show at Elyse Walker

    Baja East designers Scott Studenberg and John Targon — finalists in this year's prestigious CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund competiton — are scheduled to show off what they've called their "loose luxury," "ambisexual" line in a trunk show from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday at Elyse Walker. The boutique is at 15306...

  • Michael O'Neill's 'On Yoga' captures the practice's bends and curves

    Michael O'Neill's 'On Yoga' captures the practice's bends and curves

    "There is no modern yoga; there is just yoga in modern times." That's a line from the new Taschen book "On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace" by photographer Michael O'Neill. The book's recent release coincides with an exhibition of 80-plus large-scale photographs at the Taschen Gallery, marking...

  • Paul Smith reveals soft side in 15th-anniversary collection for the Rug Company

    Paul Smith reveals soft side in 15th-anniversary collection for the Rug Company

    Known for his jaunty mix of crisp English tailoring punctuated by colorful stripes and florals, Paul Smith has put his stamp on several quirky side projects over the years, from a limited edition cover of John Le Carré’s “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” to a rugged Land Rover Defender decked out...

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