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L.A. Forever


Disneyland. Duh.


You can get your kicks on and off Route 66.


The historic highway blazed a path from San Bernardino to the Santa Monica Pier and left a legacy of car culture in its wake. Ogle old beauties inside the galleries of Petersen Automotive Museum (6060 Wilshire Blvd; 323-930-2277, petersen.org), or get your fix of muscle cars and milk shakes at Bob’s Big Boy’s Friday-night meet-ups (4211 W Riverside Dr; 818-843-9334, bobs.net).


Grand Central Market still serves up solid fare and then some. Grand Central Market (317 S Broadway; 213-624- 2378, grandcentralmarket.com) has changed considerably since opening in 1917, but the Downtown hub is still one of L.A.’s most revered dining destinations—whether you’re after a pastrami sandwich or world-class coffee. Order shrimp tacos with mango salsa at La Tostadería; knock back oysters and bubbly at the Oyster Gourmet (theoystergourmet.com); shop for locally made bitters at Courage & Craft; slurp up vegan noodles at Ramen Hood, or feed your dairy addiction at DTLA Cheese and Kitchen (dtlacheese.com).


Dividing the Light You can see James Turrell artworks all over town.


The Pasadena native’s mesmerizing cosmic-inspired light installations are scattered around Southern California. Here are a few you can access easily.


Breathing Light + Light Reignfall Get lost in Breathing Light, one of James Turrell’s ethereal “Ganzfeld” color-fields, an ongoing installation at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, or lie down in Light Reignfall’s spherical chamber, which is on display there through next May. à 5905 Wilshire Blvd (323-857-6000, lacma.org)


Dividing the Light Pomona College Museum of Art has one of the alumnus’s signature atmosphere-framing “Skyspace” pieces (pictured) in the center of its campus, with a lighting program timed to sunrise and sunset. à 300 N College Ave, Claremont (909-621-828, pomona.edu/museum)


Time Out Los Angeles October–December 2016


Hi Test Spend a night at the swanky Mondrian Hotel, and you’re sure to run into Turrell’s elliptical TV-shaped installations by the elevators on each floor. à 8440 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood (323-650- 8999, morganshotelgroup.com/mondrian)


Various works Turrell himself had a hand in redesigning Kayne Griffin Corcoran, a bright, meditative gallery that often hosts his prints and light installations and showcases a permanent “Skyspace” installation. à 1201 S La Brea Ave (310-586-6886, kaynegriffincorcoran.com)


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A space-age architectural movement marked by eye-catching geometry and neon signs. See: Theme Building, Bob’s Big Boy, Norms.


Googie /ˈguːgi/ n.


Theme Building


PHOTOGRAPHS (FROM TOP): COURTESY FLORIAN HOLZHERR; COURTESY CC/FLICKR/THOMAS HAWK


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