Glass Cake Ornaments, available at the Huntington Store and at Photo: Alexander Vertikoff

Holiday Shopping at The Huntington

Holiday gift collections at the Huntington Store include a wide selection of special ornaments related to the various gardens or to literature; hand-painted scenes by William Morris, Alice in Wonderland cakes and tea, Pinkie and Blue Boy, Japanese and Desert garden views and koi are just a few of these ornaments. Read More

Hey! We Can Do That, Too

PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, TOP ROW: are Kristi Tatsuno (Earth), Audrey Wilson (Water), Victoria Castreje (Fire) and Alexis French (Air). FRONT: Tiffany Chang (Philia). Terry Fouché Photo San Marino High School’s Dance Department presents the stirring original production of "Philia and the Four Elements" this weekend. Read More

Titan Marching Band First At Field Show

BAND ON THE RUN: San Marino High School’s Titan Marching Band won the 4A Division at last Saturday’s Golden State Field Show. Photo by Victor Wong San Marino High School’s marching band received first place awards in the Band and Auxiliary categories in the 4A division at last Saturday’s Golden State Field Show, which was held at Glen A. Wilson High School in Hacienda Heights. Read More

2 ArtCenter Students’ Designs Lauded by Jaguar

Hyun Jun (Richard) Yoh, a student at ArtCenter College of Design, explains a model of his ‘F-SPACE’ project for Jaguar. The luxury car company Jaguar chose the design work of ArtCenter College of Design students Hyun Jun (Richard) Yoh, 22, of Singapore and Eirik Stensrud, 23, of Norway, as representative of the spirit of a Design Challenge launched by the company this past summer. Read More

‘Real Women Have Curves’ Now at the Pasadena Playhouse

Cristina Frias, Blanca Arceli, Diana DeLaCruz. Front (L-R): Santana Dempsey and Ingrid Oliu A group of full-figured women are racing against the clock to keep their business, a small sewing factory in East Los Angeles, afloat. At least that’s what audiences will see when they go to the Pasadena Playhouse to watch the comedic play “Real Women Have Curves.” Read More

LA’s New Broad Museum to Open Sunday

The Broad Museum on Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles; photo by Iwan Baan, courtesy of The Broad and Diller Scofidio + Renfro Gov. Jerry Brown, Mayor Eric Garcetti and other dignitaries gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, Sept. 18 ahead of this weekend's opening of The Broad, the contemporary art museum built to house the 2,000-piece collection acquired over decades by billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad and his wife, Edye. Read More

Salute to Our Veterans: Jack McQueen

United States Army Sgt. Jack McQueen, Armed Forces Radio Network, 1946. During his illustrious career in entertainment and broadcasting that followed, Jack McQueen worked with such household names as Sinatra, John Wayne, Walter Cronkite and more, but in 1945 he was just “Private.” Read More

‘Adam-12′ Actor Martin Milner Dies

Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck paid tribute to the late actor Martin Milner Tuesday, Sept. 8 for inspiring thousands of men and women to become LAPD officers through his portrayal of a beat cop on TV's hit show "Adam-12."   Read More

Los Angeles County Fair Opens

The 88th edition of the Los Angeles County Fair will open Friday, Sept. 4 at Fairplex in Pomona with mainstay attractions joined by an exhibit of technological advances inspired by pop culture. Read More