[LAFAYETTE SQUARE] The J. Phyromn Taylor Residence

One of the most notable homes in LaFayette Square is the J. Phyromn Taylor residence , designed by his friend, renowned architect Paul Williams. The home on Wellington Road is a luxurious reflection of...

[HOUSE & HOLMES] Closet Capers

I hate that television commercial where the impossibly handsome couple gets dressed inside their spacious wood-paneled closet. In our house, everything is so tightly packed into our 1920s era closet that finding a piece...

[OUT AND ABOUT] October 2016

ART Beyond Bling: Jewelry From The Lois Boardman Collection A few years ago, jewelry collector Lois Boardman donated 300 pieces of jewelry to LACMA and now the museum will display 50 of these incredible...

Immaculate Heart’s New Principal

LOS FELIZ—As the new principal of Immaculate Heart High School, Naemah Morris has some big shoes to fill—and if anyone can fill them, it’s her. Last August, Virginia Hurst announced she would retire from...

[OXFORD SQUARE] Taco Tourists: Part Dos

In our last episode, I told you about my neighbor Nat Silberg (AKA Sweet P. Bungaloo) and his idiosyncratic, encyclopedic understanding of LA street food and I promised a marathon tour of the five...

[BETTER KNOW A BARTENDER] Bludsoe’s Sam Spoehr

The Larchmont area is home to some of Los Angeles’s best bars and restaurants, but how well do you know the bartenders who help keep the party going? This month, The Ledger sits down...

[OUT AND ABOUT] June 2016

ART   Spectacular Mexico: Transmissions From An Olympic Metropolis Luis Castañeda, Assistant Professor of Art History at Syracuse University, discusses the 1968 Mexico City Olympics’ design campaign and how it’s continued to influence modernist...

[CREATIVELY INCLINED] Cindy Sherman at The Broad

Los Angeles loves The Broad. The new contemporary art museum, which opened last September, is a runaway hit with tickets booked months in advance. To make visiting easier—and lessen the need to plan six...