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NEWS
August 11, 1993 | BILL HIGGINS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Zubin Mehta was back conducting in Los Angeles on Monday night, though with an hors d'oeuvre in his hand rather than a baton. The first conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Music Center was presiding over a cocktail reception in his expansive back yard for the Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. He's now its music director. The party was a way of thanking major donors who made this year's IPO tour possible. Mehta is sanguine about his orchestra's need for money.
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REAL ESTATE
August 12, 2001 | RUTH RYON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With its riding trails and streets like country lanes, the low-key Brentwood neighborhood of Sullivan Canyon has attracted horse-riding homeowners and Hollywood luminaries for years. The homes, just off busy Sunset Boulevard, boast corrals and split-rail fences more typical of a rural community than the city.
REAL ESTATE
May 3, 1992 | RUTH RYON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
JACLYN SMITH--one of TV's "Charlie's Angels" who went on to make about 20 movies or miniseries, including the January NBC movie "In the Arms of a Killer"--has purchased a Bel-Air home for $4.5 million, sources say.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 22, 2013 | By Christopher Hawthorne, Times Architecture Critic
Over the last couple of weeks, a tiny monochromatic skyline has been growing in my kitchen. Since opening Lego's new “ Architecture Studio ,” my two daughters (who are 9 and 4) and I have been putting together, dismantling and redesigning a group of about 10 buildings. We've kept the results on display on a shelf above the sink. Because the Architecture Studio includes bricks in just two shades - white and transparent - the buildings we've created all seem to be related, at least distantly, to modern architecture.
REAL ESTATE
November 5, 1989 | LEON WHITESON, Whiteson is a Los Angeles free-lancer who writes on architectural topics.
"The ranch house is everything a California house should be . . . to serve the California life style of informality, outdoor living and sunshine." This typically simple statement came from the father of the California Ranch House style, Cliff May, who died recently in his Brentwood office at the age of 81.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 28, 1991 | JIM WASHBURN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"The rebel in me will touch the rebel in you," Jimmy Cliff sang at the Coach House on Monday, and the Jamaican singer's ability to touch and inspire an audience indeed seems only to grow stronger over the years. Cliff first entered a recording studio in 1962, a year before the Rolling Stones cut their first record. But, unlike the moribund, pre-programmed marketing event that Mick Jagger & Co.'
NEWS
May 21, 1995 | MATHIS CHAZANOV, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Admirers of vintage Southern California architecture will have an unusual chance to visit four private homes in Santa Monica Canyon today. For $30 a ticket--the money goes to benefit the L.A. Conservancy and the 101-year-old Canyon Charter School--visitors are invited on a walking and driving tour of houses that express what organizers call "the California dream"--comfort, informal elegance and easy access between indoors and out.
MAGAZINE
May 22, 2005 | Robert Lloyd, Robert Lloyd is a Times television critic and a native Angeleno.
Of all the modern marvels a house may possess--intercoms, clap-on-clap-off lighting, dumbwaiters--none is more marvelous than the deceptively simple but aesthetically complex sliding glass door, whose job it is to be there and not there, permeable, impermeable. Its nature is tripartite: door, wall, window, indivisible, invisible. It mediates between interior and exterior, belonging to both, joining even as it separates.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 15, 1985 | NANCY RAY, Times Staff Writer
About $375,000 in Coastal Conservancy funds will be granted this summer to restore three major beach access points along the Encinitas and Leucadia bluffs, including a new stairway to the popular Swami's surfing area.
NEWS
December 26, 2000 | CLAUDIA ELLER and JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Steven Spielberg may churn out hit movies at the box office, but his latest production is getting scathing reviews from homeowners in a rustic Brentwood neighborhood. Hollywood's most successful movie director is quietly making plans to build a five-story, 27,000-square-foot indoor riding ring and stables for his wife, actress and horse lover Kate Capshaw. But neighbors--including Hollywood producers Brian Grazer and Roger Gimbel--see the hangar-like structure as an imposing Temple of Doom.
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