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Paula Panich to lead workshop for photographers

Paula Panich to lead workshop for photographers

| September 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

A writer by profession, Windsor Square resident Paula Panich is also a passionate gardener. She added “teacher” to the list after a visit to the New York Botanical Garden. “I said to them, ‘you offer garden photography and plant illustration, but what about writing? It’s the missing leg of the tripod.’” That’s how her workshops […]

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Home Ground: ‘Art is the Client:’ LACMA, the wrecking ball, and surviving jewel box

Home Ground: ‘Art is the Client:’ LACMA, the wrecking ball, and surviving jewel box

| April 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

Four buildings at LACMA face the percussion hammer, wrecking ball or computer-controlled hydraulic jack — perhaps all three — but not quite yet. Remediation began earlier this year, removing asbestos and other materials, preparing for Los Angeles’ farewell to William L. Pereira’s three 1965 pavilions and the Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer wing. Replacing them will be […]

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40 million people, one river, and a cell phone… down Rio Colorado

40 million people, one river, and a cell phone… down Rio Colorado

| January 1, 2020 | 1 Comment

Besuited and bow-tied, men from seven Western states met on Nov. 9, 1922 at Bishop’s Lodge in Santa Fe, N.M., to forge an agreement for the allocation of water from the 1,450-mile-long Colorado River  — the lifeblood of the arid West. The Colorado River Compact divides the river basin into two — the Upper (Colorado, […]

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Around the Town: Reserve Corps honored; all aboard USS Iowa; NGA appreciation

Around the Town: Reserve Corps honored; all aboard USS Iowa; NGA appreciation

| June 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

Who would give up his or her weekends for no pay after months of grueling training? Some might do it for the excitement and adventure, but for the brave Angelenos, the motivation is a sense of duty to assist in doing what each can for community safety. Such is the mission of the Los Angeles […]

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In Barcelona, this elegant 14th-century work of art survives

In Barcelona, this elegant 14th-century work of art survives

| March 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

A cold wind was blowing off the Mediterranean as a bright yellow taxi streaked through the gloom of a winter’s day in Barcelona in Caledonia, Spain. This was late January, and the taxi was ferrying this solo traveler from the central Eixample district through what seemed to be suburb after suburb to the Reial Monestir […]

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The Huntington you may not know: Archer Huntington

The Huntington you may not know: Archer Huntington

| February 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

Archer M. Huntington (1870-1955) had a young man’s dream — which he fulfilled after the death, in 1900, of his unimaginably wealthy father, Collis P. Huntington — to establish a microcosm of Spain in the United States. The Hispanic Society Museum & Library, in upper Manhattan, opened to the public in 1908, with the purpose […]

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