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Millennium Park

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  • L.A. City Council wants bullet train officials to weigh two options for Union Station

    The Los Angeles City Council unanimously urged officials at the California High Speed Rail Authority today to consider two proposed alternatives for the bullet train stop at Union Station downtown. Councilman Ed Reyes said the alternatives were crucial to...
  • Evan Lysacek: Change of seasons signals last lap toward Vancouver Olympics

    Evan Lysacek, a native of the Chicago area, has called Los Angeles home since he moved here in 2003 to train in El Segundo with renowned coach Frank Carroll. With Carroll standing at the boards to support him, he won......
  • A grand park plan? Not really

    A grand park plan? Not really
    When Mark Rios takes the microphone Tuesday evening at a public hearing inside Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, he'll be presenting two very different designs for the new civic park downtown. The first is what his Los Angeles firm, Rios Clementi Hale Studios,...
  • Artist Gordon Halloran to exhibit icy works

    Artist Gordon Halloran, as befitting his Canadian roots, works in ice. His bold abstract paintings will be part of a celebration of winter at Chicago's Millennium Park from Friday to Feb. 29. The installation will incorporate a brilliantly colored, 95-...
  • Critic’s Notebook: What L.A. might ask of Eli Broad

    Critic’s Notebook: What L.A. might ask of Eli Broad
    It's a familiar recipe for urban revitalization in downtown Los Angeles. Start with a nondescript parking lot in a strategically important location. Propose replacing it with a new building by an acclaimed architect. Repeat as often as politically or...
  • Jeanne Gang brings feminine touch to Chicago's muscled skyline

    Jeanne Gang brings feminine touch to Chicago's muscled skyline
    Before we turn to an assessment of Aqua, a new residential skyscraper in Chicago, permit me a quick (and relevant!) detour to a sidewalk news conference in Lower Manhattan, held recently at the foot of the under-construction Beekman Tower. We join the...