Category Archives: DnA

On Today’s DnA: Theatrical design

I’ve been lax in reporting on the goings-on behind-the-scenes at DnA since I felt so far removed from the scene for so long. But there is some very exciting design and architecture news happening over at KCRW, not the least … Continue reading

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On Today’s DnA: The Kaufmann House, and it’s a small world after all

Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann House (right) goes on the block at Christie’s on May 13, so Frances chats with a bunch of experts who answer the question: Is it architecture or art? It’s the first time a residence has been offered … Continue reading

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On Today’s DnA: Pop-up stores and edible lawns

Pop-up stores have been popping up all over New York for years but perhaps because of the perceived drive-by mentality of Los Angeles, they haven’t really caught on over here. I’d argue that if you pick the neighborhood and the … Continue reading

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On Today’s DnA: Earplug-worthy eating and brand-new BCAM

Okay, it was actually on yesterday’s DnA, but this month’s show was early (2nd Tuesday instead of 3rd) so technically I’m still ahead of the game. “BCAM Comes to Town” opens with a very timely feature this Valentine’s Day week: … Continue reading

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