Posts by Ann Chou
It’s not too often that I'm in the market for a wall clock. But when I am, I gravitate toward the clock that’s more objet d’art than, well, clock. By definition, a clock is a device other than a watch that measures and indicates time.
There’s something about a fall opening. The weather is cooler (well, let’s pretend it is), the evenings are longer, and the museums are eager to share new stories with us.
A once sleepy (some say sketchy) stretch of Rose Avenue now boasts a number of stylish new snacky establishments in Venice.
A rare opportunity to view prefab darling Blu Homes awaits you in the Mojave Desert this Saturday and Sunday.
If you’re not in London for the Olympics, well, we’re not either. But! This weekend you can get a taste of London a bit closer to home at Executive Chef Casey Lane’s much-anticipated new restaurant The Parish.
What to do, where to go and what to see: Check out these fabulous SoCal events happening this weekend!
We know you’re “‘Crazy busy’,” but this weekend we join Tim Kreider, author of last week’s viral New York Times essay “The ‘Busy’ Trap,” in encouraging you to “come outside and play.” So, leave your busyness at home and discover what happens when 25 women invade a museum or take in an art film on Venice Blvd.
Last month AIA|LA invited the people to vote for their favorite restaurants from a list narrowed down by jurors Evan Kleiman (host of KCRW’s Good Food, restaurateur and author), Mark Rios (architect and principal of Rios Clementi Hale Studios), and Michael Voltaggio (Top Chef winner, chef, and restaurateur). Now, see the winners!
Sunday night’s Mad Men fifth season finale ended on a sultry note with Nancy Sinatra singing the title track of the fifth James Bond film, You Only Live Twice. While we can’t be sure, we’d like to think that the scene was, in fact, Mad Men creator Matt Weiner’s nod to the original Mr. Suave.