Two “Googie”-style buildings in L.A. are at risk of demolition.
LA doesn’t need Halloween to indulge its love of witchy-poo style, as shown in its classic storybook architecture photographed by KCRW’s Jason Groman.
But the fall festival certainly brings out an excess of creative talent, demonstrated in the costumes at KCRW’s Masquerade Ball, and the buildings like the one shown left that Carren Jao snapped while on Chris Nichols’ Spook Tour last weekend.
Thom Yorke, Flea and longtime Radiohead lighting designer Andi Watson turned the Hollywood Bowl into a high tech design temple Wednesday night.
In this review of the Atoms For Peace show, Bennett Stein says the band “rearranged all matter and reality via open source funk sonic and savvy majestic lighting design.” Read more here.