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Yuja Wang is that singular pianist. Plus Bartok and Schubert, and choreographer Matthew Bourne
Las Vegas artists created a life-size lowrider pinata — based on the iconic Gypsy Rose, a 1964 Impala — for an upcoming exhibition at the Petersen Automotive Museum.
The latest drone video by Mingomatic includes what looks to be a group workout class on the outdoor observation deck at about 70 stories above the street.
"Today there are very few photographers. But there are a lot of people with cameras."
The museum houses over 2,500 pieces of Victorian-era clothing. Women in America followed her lead.
Our columnist sees spring plays from South Coast Repertory, the Mark Taper, Latino Theater Company, Ebony Repertory, Open Fist Theatre and the Bootleg.
Finding a nugget of gold just may be worth a whole, long dig. But trust me, it wasn't easy to spot in the case of LA Opera's "Tosca."
Fountain Theatre is assuming an especially prominent profile this week, with concurrent productions at two venues.
The outdoor season ends for desert art.
Right now Los Angeles looks like the new center of vocal arts, with Plácido Domingo as its long-time major benefactor.

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The iconic hot dog facade will go on public display in Chatsworth sometime soon.
One really couldn't claim a Southern California identity, I learned, until one had enjoyed a Double-Double at In-N-Out.
The windows are covered, cones block the driveway and the We Never Close sign has gone dark.
The local homeowner group says the 24-hour coffee shop will close December 31 to make way for a new development.
Chefs Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken have been VIPs in the LA food scene since they opened City Cafe in 1981.
The French-born chef built a national empire after his two hit Los Angeles eateries.
Longtime LA investigative reporter Karen Foshay rolls out her first series for KCRW, a five-parter on the treatment of workers in LA restaurants.
Correspondent Lee Cowan went out on rounds along Pico Boulevard with Gold for a piece pegged to the documentary, "City of Gold."
The old owner is still fighting eviction by the Chinese buyer of the Hollywood hillside landmark.
A former stand-alone Kentucky Fried Chicken on Pico Boulevard is well along in its conversion.

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