Now that Clifton's has reopened, British publication The Independent gives us some details on the cafeteria's original owner Clifford Clinton, from whom we could learn a lot.
Fellow Downtown documenter LA Downtowner offers this beautiful preview of MOCA's Matthew Barney show, now on view at MOCA Geffen.
New York (Times) goes in depth on the war between Los Angeles (Times) versus Chicago (Tribune Publishing), and what could be faced for the post-Beutner newspaper.
The silliest Broad-related article yet goes to Alyssa Walker's 23 Things the Broad Museum Looks Like listicle.
Downtown is ushering in a hotel hoedown (coming soon: The W, NoMad LA, InterContinental, and more), reports Conde Nast.
4th & Broadway's burnt-out blighted eyesore becomes a dynamite art installation by local street artists Wild Life and $¢mero (who is profiled here in Get Down Town Issue 1).
TNT and explosion icons are strapped to the sides of this blighted Broadway building
by Wild Life and $¢mero.