The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announced Thursday that it has been promised at least 47 paintings valued at $500 million. The gift marked the largest donation of art in the museum’s history.
The L.A. County Board of Supervisors Wednesday approved $125 million toward the project. It’s part of a major push to revitalize what Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky calls the “living room of Los Angeles.”
Public art and sculptures truly make a city come alive to both its visitors and its residents.
With its vastness, Los Angeles features an impressive variety of venues that can offer couples a beautiful backdrop for engagement photography sessions. From mountains boasting stunning coastlines to historic buildings overlooking the beautiful LA skyline […]
Skip the movie and coffee. We’ve put together the definitive list of the best spots to take a first date.
Nearly a dozen famous works of art from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) are set to go on display on billboards and other locations nationwide.
Casual dates or serious relationship-building experiences are widely available across the Southland, but these five best choices take the direct focus from the relationship to a sharing of artistic creativity.
Through art classes, kids and parents learn creativity and foster personal growth.
National Eggs Benedict Day is fast approaching. April 16 is the day designated to celebrate this breakfast menu staple. You can head out for the old standby, or you can try one of these novel approaches to Eggs Benedict.
Scientists have long known that years before hipsters and tourists were trekking along Los Angeles’ Miracle Mile dinosaurs were doing so.
From indoor skydiving to cooking classes and dance lessons, some of the Southland’s best activities are completely weather-proof.
Round out your calendar of events this week with activities ranging from musical concerts to President’s Day outings.
Start the new year off right with activities ranging from fitness, culture and sports.
South Korean officials say a 16th century royal seal in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art may have been stolen out of a shrine in Seoul during the Korean War.
A Baroque-era painting looted by the Nazis in 1944 was returned last week to its owner, who promptly announced plans to donate it to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, her former employer.