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When your architect has the star wattage of Jeanne Gang, it's not easy to remain in the "quiet stage" of a major fundraising campaign for a new building. Not when speculative visual notions are showing up in an exhibition, "Building: Inside Studio Gang...
Tags: Architecture, Culture, Arts and Culture, Arts
If there's been one controversy that's dogged Quentin Tarantino for most of his career, it's been his frequent and pronounced use of the N-word in his scripts, dating all the way back to his debut film, "Reservoir Dogs." Perhaps the only time that...
Tracey White's initial impression of "Django Unchained," Quentin Tarantino's new slave-era shoot-'em-up extravaganza, could be summed up in three words: smart, funny and ugly. Sitting through a recent screening in Beverly Hills, the L.A. costume...
The (Harrisburg) Patriot-NewsHARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Many of Pennsylvania's 1,200 museums and historical sites have taken a financial drubbing at the hands of state lawmakers over the past six years. Funding through various grant programs and direct appropriations, which...
Seventeen debutantes sponsored by the La Cañada Thursday Club presented at Saturday's Bal Blanc de NoelFollowing a tradition going back more than six decades, the La Cañada Thursday Club held its Bal Blanc de Noel on Saturday, presenting debutantes who have spent 16 months preparing for the occasion as part of the club's Les Fleurettes program. The young...
You'd be hard pressed to find a company that talks more about its "people-centric" management culture than Barry-Wehmiller, a privately owned manufacturer of industrial equipment. Barry-Wehmiller, which has $1.5 billion in annual sales, says it's all...
Arts events have boosted the popularity and economic prowess of cities like Pasadena and Santa Monica, and Glendale wants a piece of the action. For the first time in more than two decades, Glendale officials have begun mapping out a five-year arts and...
Tags: Culture, Arts and Culture, Business, Google+, Arts
firstname.lastname@example.orgA 17th-century story a power exec had used in speeches for years became the content of the book former Danville resident Greg Coker has written. “Building Cathedrals: The Power of Purpose” came about from that story. It wasn’t until...
Tags: Authors, General Motors Corp., Book
The Laguna Beach Community Foundation made the holiday season merrier for 25 local nonprofits. A total of almost $95,000 was distributed Monday at the Hotel Laguna to groups that benefit Laguna Beach, honoring contributions to health and human services,...
Look to China and the Middle East for new Fairmont hotel projects; both are in the forefront of a development boom launched by Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, which plans to develop more than 20 new properties in the next few years in several new destinations....
A team of "geeks" will arrive in South Bend in the next few weeks with one main goal: use computer programs to make the city better. The Code for America fellowship program is bringing the experts in fields such as computer programming and urban planning...
In a holiday season that celebrates giving, Maryland's nonprofit arts organizations have been playing their part. Not only do they inspire and enrich our lives in innumerable ways large and small, they're also an important source of economic vitality...
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