Just when the New York Times was reaching a long streak of error free innnings about things LA, they drop a seriously easy infield out - big time - in their 'Boite' article about the restaurant Dominick's:
"Over in the corner the installation artist Jennifer Steinkamp had come with a dozen friends from her art opening at Acme gallery in West Hollywood."
In... West Hollywood?
Well, Acme - once called Food House - has been in several places (more if you count Robert Gunderman's first downtown LA effort - Opus as one of its ancestors), but none of them had been in - or are in - West Hollywood. The famed gallery long owned by Robert - don't ever call me Bob - Gunderman and Randy Sommer is presently the keystone tenant at the famed 6150 Wilshire complex just down the street from LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) - in the heart of Los Angeles' Miracle Mile.
Now this is the type of gaffe one would expect to find in the LA Times... but in the New York Times?