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AMSTERDAM — A scrum of international TV reporters, photographers and other media packed the Gallery of Honor at the Rijksmuseum on a recent spring morning, while producers negotiated with publicists for time to shoot spots in front of Rembrandt's...
The owner of the Chicago Cubs for the first time publicly threatened to move the team out of Wrigley Field if his plans for a big video screen are blocked, saying Wednesday he needs new advertising revenue to help bankroll a $500-million renovation of the...
Before the bulldozers arrived last June, Malibu Lagoon was a fully grown habitat for egrets, voles and tidewater gobies, studded with sycamore trees and clusters of tule reeds. Today, the lagoon's islands appear almost barren, covered by a sea of tiny red...
Los Angeles’ oldest museum site, the Natural History Museum in Exposition Park, is celebrating its centennial this year with the debut of a new entrance halland outdoor nature center, capping a full makeover that’s already yielded new halls...
It's going to be a busy summer for HGTV. The home-focused cable channel announced at its Upfront presentation to advertisers in New York on Tuesday that it would debut nine new series by July 31. The highest profile new series is "Brother Vs. Brother,"...
At a busy but nondescript intersection in Pacoima, a real estate developer is trying to help revive the San Fernando Valley neighborhood with an open-air market and retail complex aimed at small entrepreneurs. The complex on Van Nuys Boulevard at San...
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One of the oldest buildings in Los Angeles, the long-vacant Merced Theater near Olvera Street, will become the new home of broadcaster Cityview Channel 35. The plan approved by the City Council will lead to renovations of the old building in El Pueblo...
How often do you get to see a classic bawdy Restoration comedy by George Farquhar, a long-lost Thornton Wilder meditation on marriage and other human foibles, and a brand-new Ken Ludwig farce — all for the price of a single ticket? Granted, they...
There is something mesmerizing — almost addictive — about the classic film noirs of the 1940s and '50s, with their darkened, rain-drenched streets and narrow alleys inhabited by anti-heroes sporting well-worn raincoats and crushed fedoras....
FRIANT, Calif. — About 10 miles downstream from Friant Dam, two men gently guided their drift boat toward a spot where the riverbed gravel looked as if it had been swept clean. There, in about a foot of water, they spied something that had...
The midweek traffic along the 101 Freeway is sluggish this afternoon, but that's nothing compared to two cars along this route that have been stalled for years. The vehicles, bright pink and yellow, are part of artist Frank Romero's mural, "Going to...
From rubble and wreckage, Ki Suh Park often saw possibility. It was so as he stood amid the destruction of the Korean War, when he resolved to study architecture and help rebuild his homeland. And it was so as he drove down Western Avenue after the 1992...
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