February 26, 1987 |
Architect Charles Moore will chair an 11-member jury that will pick a winning entry in an open international design competition this spring for the West Hollywood Civic Center, Mayor Steve Schulte said Wednesday.
November 23, 2000
BRUCE MAU, Toronto graphic designer His new book "Life Style" (Phaidon Press) is his manifesto on visual and cultural trends. * DEBORAH SUSSMAN, Culver City environmental graphic designer She's known for her work on the 1984 Olympics and the graphic on Santa Monica's Big Blue Bus. * DONALD CHADWICK, Santa Monica industrial designer He's best known as one of the designers of the Aeron chair for Herman Miller.
February 3, 1991 |
For the many thousands of Santa Ana Freeway travelers who pass it each day, the Assyrian-style former Uniroyal tire plant is a wonderful diversion. The fanciful, 1,700-foot-long facade resembles a set from the Babylon sequence of D. W. Griffiths' silent spectacle "Intolerance." The old factory's crenelated battlements and cast-concrete wall are incised with giant Babylonian warriors and griffins--mythological creatures with the body of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle.
May 11, 1986 |
In the summer of '84, a television audience of 2 billion people sat down to watch the Olympic Games-- and Los Angeles. Instead of the predictable red, white and blue, the city appeared draped in magenta, vermilion, yellow and aqua. The Games also took place amid ephemeral struc- tures made of cardboard, fabric and fancy. Balloons, murals and wafting pennants lined the boulevards.
March 15, 2000 |
The Los Angeles chapter of the National Assn. of Women Business Owners will induct 23 Southern California entrepreneurs into its Hall of Fame at its upcoming luncheon March 24. The women being honored have owned their businesses at least since the 1970s. Collectively they generate more than $500 million in annual sales and employ more than 10,000 workers. The honorees: Kathy Aaronson, CEO of the Sales Athlete Inc.; Gloria Allred of Allred, Maroko & Goldberg; Jane Arnault, of JurEcon Inc.
January 7, 2014 |
L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art has reached its goal of a $100-million endowment, and museum leaders say they'll keep their fundraising campaign going with a new objective of $150 million. A written announcement listed 29 donations from individuals, couples or foundations, all but two of them from board members, their foundations or their families. The campaign also has elicited an unspecified number of anonymous gifts. MOCA provided no further details about the amounts. TIMELINE: MOCA in flux Museum leaders also said it's possible, but not certain, that MOCA facilities will be named in honor of the campaign's top donors.