The Gamble House by Greene & Greene in Pasadena is one of my favorite sights in LA. Don’t miss the 360 degree virtual tour on the web site, it’s pretty great. The Gamble House is one of the most outstanding examples of the American Arts and Crafts style. There are many houses in Pasadena that… Continue reading The Gamble House
I’m flying out to Trinidad for Spring Break to hang out with the Notorious K! I.am.so.bloody.excited.
The Museum of Tolerance is hosting a this free event, but it requires reservations, which you make by simply calling 310.772.2526. This is a description of the event, which seems touching, and very interesting, with a tribute to Jewish musicians persecuted during the Holocaust: Join Holocaust survivors, diplomats, civic leaders, community activists and Wiesenthal Center… Continue reading Museum of Tolerance – Yom Hashoah commemoration
Six reasons why you should go to the PMCA*: 1. 9/11 debris: 2. Pollen: 3.Spam email as architecture 4. Only time you will see Aerogel unless you work for NASA or JPL: 5. Video installation of air traffic in the US in one year: 6. Entry is $5-7 and free for kids under 12. *PMCA:… Continue reading DATA + ART = PMCA
Just a quick reminder
First Friday at the Natural History Museum: 4/3/09 at 5:30 PM