What We’re Reading
March 29, 2013 | by —Alexandra Calamari
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Own the same Frank Lloyd Wright home as musical couple Betty Comden and Adolph Green, pictured here in 1966.
This weekend sees the debut of Derek Cianfrance’s newest film The Place Beyond the Pines. The movie stars Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, and Eva Mendes, so our interest is piqued enough to survey the reviews. Here’s LA Weekly’s take. [LA Weekly]
The latest Frank Lloyd Wright house up for grabs is a historic gem—the Samuel-Novarro House was built in 1928 and has since housed the likes of Diane Keaton, Christina Ricci, and musical duo Betty Comden and Adolph Green. [LA Curbed]
Speaking of the ‘20s, while one doesn’t usually associate Disneyland with high fashion, the LA Times ran a review of the Gatsby-inspired looks that guests wore to the park for Disney’s annual Dapper Day. [LA Times]
Meanwhile, if you’re craving an old-timey cocktail, Los Angeles Magazine has the scoop on the Chateau Marmont’s classified drinks menu. [Los Angeles Magazine]
For something of the moment, though, same-sex marriage is a hot-button topic. Here, The Hollywood Reporter examines the stance of some entertainment companies. [THR].
AG Jeans design director Mark Wiesmayr and stylist Jeanann Williams on denim's cultural footprint.