Case Study House 16 Sells

Rarest of all, however, is the architect who designed the modular property for his former employer, Henry Salzman. The onetime Johnnie Burke was a Texas transplant who SoCal-reinvented himself as Craig Ellwood, snatching his new moniker from L.A.’s Lords & Elwood liquor store. – Los Angeles Times, December 20, 2020   Read More Image Source: All…

Kate Braverman, Who Wrote of Women on the Margins, Dies at 70

“Ms. Braverman possesses a magical, incantatory voice and the ability to loft ordinary lives into the heightened world of myth,” Michiko Kakutani wrote in her New York Times review of “Palm Latitudes” (1988), a novel about three women in a Los Angeles barrio, including La Puta de la Luna, the most famous prostitute in the neighborhood. – New York Times, October…

Lodge 49 Wants to Be the ‘Least Aspirational Show on TV’

In the show, the Lodge is a meeting place for disparate people, often in the second acts of their personal and professional lives, to come together, drink, and commiserate. But it’s also a place for people to connect with something magical, the potential for bigger-than-life coincidences. – VULTURE, August 12, 2019 Image Source: Courtesy of…