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Fall is finally here and it's time to get excited for fall fashion, apple cider, Halloween and new art exhibits. We've rounded up a variety of new exhibitions around the city, complete with Andy Warhol, Frank Lloyd Wright and one of the American Museum of Natural History's most popular exhibitions! More»
[Photo via] After sitting cold on the market for over two years, Frank Lloyd Wright's 12,000 square-foot concrete "textile-block" Ennis House in Los Feliz finally has a new owner in billionaire Ron Burkle. The Mayan-influenced landmark is one of the architect's most celebrated structures and was originally listed in June 2009 at an asking price of $15 million by its preservation group. Since no one was biting, Burkle just swooped it up for a measly $4.5 making him the Ennis House fairy godmother it desperately needed. More»
Persepolis. The Pyramids of Giza. The Statue Of Liberty. Mount Kenya National Park. And East Hollywood? If US Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has his way, Barnsdall Art Park's Frank Lloyd Wright designed Hollyhock House will soon be on the United Nations' list of the world's most significant natural and cultural sites, known as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. More»
-Frank Lloyd Wright
Both the beauty and the bane of the city is summed up by the pioneer of modern American architecture in this statement. More»
The Frank Lloyd Wright Lego Sets. A perfect fit for that friend of yours that is both a fan of the man that gave us the Guggenheim and Fallingwater, and Legos (and, really is there anyone that's not a fan of either?!) The kits sell for about $40, and includes booklets with detailed instructions and even archival historical material and photographs for all you "over-achievers" looking to learn. More»
Friday, March 7
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.