Where to Engage Your Artistic Side in Los Angeles this Fall
Discover some of Los Angeles’ artistic offerings this season, as well as opportunities to explore your own creative side.
Inside John Lautner’s Sheats-Goldstein House
Midcentury-modern architect John Lautner expressed Los angeles like nobody else, and his Sheats-Goldstein residence has timeless sex appeal.
Rain Room Installation Lands at LACMA
See the Random International’s hugely popular Rain Room exhibition opening Nov. 1 at LACMA.
Events | 5 Ways to Celebrate LACMA’s 50th Anniversary
LACMA turns 50 and celebrates with a season full of special exhibitions and events in Los Angeles.
Events | Los Angeles Things To Do In February
From Mardi Gras celebrations, Chinese New Year celebrations and exciting photography exhibitions to world-class opera, theater and more; find the best Los Angeles things to do in February 2015 in our events roundup.
Itineraries | Plan the Perfect Date in Los Angeles
Plan a date in Los Angeles where you can fall in love with all of its arts, music, culinary and cultural treasures.
Celebrity Interview: Matt Letscher
The Michigan native and star of the hit ABC series Scandal and the forthcoming Spike Jonze film Her to New York, where he films the CW’s The Carrie Diaries dishes on his new role and his favorite things to do in Los Angeles.
Events | Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in LA
Calling all architecture buffs: Through July, 11 exhibitions and related projects across Greater Los Angeles are celebrating the Southland’s rich post–World War II architectural heritage and legacy as part of the Getty Research Institute initiative Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in LA.
Museums | Stanley Kubrick Opens at LACMA
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences explores filmmaker Stanley Kubrick’s extraordinary oeuvre.
Celebrity Interview: Paula Patton
If there is a hotter husband-and-wife team than Paula Patton and Robin Thicke, then Hollywood has yet to find them.