Posts Tagged ‘Overduin and Kite’

Peter, Don’t You See What You Have Done?

L.A. Expanded: Notes from the West Coast A weekly column by Catherine Wagley   Unless you really take Lent seriously, and I don’t know many Protestants who do, Easter is a quick event. It’s especially so if you consider all it encompasses: betrayal on Thursday, death on Friday, mourning on Saturday, new life on Sunday. To condense all this into one weekend feels very Christian.[.....]

Not Quite Rejection

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L.A. Expanded: Notes from the West Coast A weekly column by Catherine Wagley A grad school classmate of mine, one of the more resourceful people I’ve met, had a studio that looked like a carpenter’s shop. Though not clean per se, it was functional and organized, with shelving units and a storage loft above a small couch. When he got stuck or couldn’t decide why[.....]

Chandeliers, Wrought Iron and Other Luxuries

L.A. Expanded: Notes from the West Coast A weekly column by Catherine Wagley When photographer Larry Sultan was growing up, his mother hired a decorator to “cozy up” their new San Fernando Valley home with its marble floors and 12-foot fireplace. The decorator had red hair, tight pants and lipstick that always spread beyond the limits of her lips. She brought in shag carpets, candelabras,[.....]