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NEW YORK — Mike Wallace didn't interview people. He interrogated them. He cross-examined them. Sometimes he eviscerated them. His reputation was so fearsome that it was often said that the scariest words in the English language were "Mike Wallace...
NEW YORK — It's easy to imagine that "Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes," a vast, dense and beautifully installed new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, began as a kind of parlor game. You can almost picture the curators, Jean-Louis...
Book sale in Clarendon Hills A wide variety of books, DVDs and CDs will be available for sale at rock-bottom prices at the annual Clarendon Hills Public Library Book Sale, at 7 N. Prospect Ave., from Thursday, June 13 through Monday, June 17. Sale hours...
Tags: Cantigny Park, Arts and Culture, Music, Judaism, Libraries
A few of my friends are trying to be optimistic about it, but there's no doubt that hotter summer weather is just around the corner. If you're not tubing along the peaceful Ichetucknee River near Gainesville or lounging in a swimming pool, then it's...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Architecture, Tampa, Arts, Interstate 4
Rudolph Schindler is L.A.'s prototypical Modernist architect. His house on King's Road (the MAK Center now) is a public monument. Design magazines gush over Schindler restorations. Curbed LA, online, tracks the Schindler real estate market. And the...
The Pedal Oak Park bike tour is an invigorating way to experience one of the world's most concentrated displays of Frank Lloyd Wright's prairie-style architecture. The two-hour tour includes 22 structures in the Frank Lloyd Wright-Prairie School of...
Photographers, it's time to take your best shots for Orlando's annual Historic Preservation Board calendar. The board has produced this generously sized, black-and-white beauty since 1991 to raise awareness about Orlando's historic resources — our...
"Everything Loose Will Land" has landed. And its timing could hardly be better. The exhibition at the MAK Center in West Hollywood, curated by UCLA architectural historian and critic Sylvia Lavin, is a wry study of the ways Los Angeles artists and...
Tags: Artists, Arts and Culture, Frank Gehry, Architecture, Standards
Tribune reporterFrank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple, a pilgrimage site for architectural buffs, will get a face lift, thanks to a $10 million grant from a Chicago-based foundation. Wednesday’s announcement about the striking Oak Park structure comes as...
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Flying a couple of thousand feet above a volcanic field in Arizona near the Painted Desert, it's fairly easy to spot the extinct volcano known as the Roden Crater. It stands alone in the field, apart from hundreds of other...
The new PBS program "10 Buildings That Changed America" is nothing if not efficient. In a single breezy hour, it moves from Thomas Jefferson to Frank Gehry, racing in a chronological blur past Frank Lloyd Wright, Robert Venturi and a handful of other...
Los Angeles Times Television Critic"Family Tree" (HBO, premieres Sunday). Christopher Guest has made you a TV series. Thank him. The director of "A Mighty Wind" and "Best in Show" and one of the forces behind and in "This Is Spinal Tap" -- in which he was Nigel Tufnel, whose amplifier went...
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