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The Strypes

Hailing from the small town of Cavan, Ireland, The Strypes may not be able to get into an 18-and-older club, but that doesn’t mean their tunes won’t have your grandma swinging her hips. While acclaim from names like Elton John and Noel Gallagher may sway you, it’s their big stage… by Britt Witt Hailing from [...]

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Downtown Modernism

One of Los Angeles’ many charms is that the weather accommodates outdoor markets all year round. The Rose Bowl, Pasadena City College and Long Beach City College’s Veterans Stadium each put aside one Sunday a month to cover their parking lots in used clothes, yacht-rock LPs and unsettling military paraphernalia… by Sean J. O’Connell One [...]

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Grand Park’s Downtown Bookfest

A hyper-indie, local and proudly populist version of the red-carpet Festival of Books, the return of Downtown Bookfest heralds the start of spring in the lovely, fuchsia-trimmed greenspace of Grand Park. Focusing on independent writers and local publishers, this free afternoon features authors, poets, musicians, performers and publishers in an… by Shana Nys Dambrot A [...]

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Orthorexia, Going Paleo, the Industrialized Meat Conundrum

The folks from Nom Nom Paleo talk about the paleo diet, Hank Shaw celebrates a hunting revival, and a new book reveals conditions in slaughterhouses across the US.

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We Checked Out Song, Night + Market’s Spin-Off in Silver Lake

Located in a Necco-pink building in the heart of Silver Lake, Song (“two” in Thai) is the latest venture from Chef Kris Yenbamroong of Night + Market in West Hollywood. Food & Wine recently nominated Yenbamroong for People’s Best New Chef for California. He’s been the visionary behind LA’s hottest Thai restaurant, praised by the [...]

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Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks

Ever since the late 1980s, when he led the seriously influential alt-rock band Pavement, the guitar has always been the thing for Stephen Malkmus. On his latest album with The Jicks, Wig Out at Jagbags, Malkmus and his trio do indeed wig out with songs such as “Planetary Motion,” whose… by Falling James Ever since [...]

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L.A. Chapter Review: New Ace Hotel Restaurant Delivers

The dude who opens the door for you at the Ace Hotel looks like he just stepped off the set of a Gus Van Sant movie. Longish hair, the mustache of a slick Spanish bullfighter, sparse tattoos and skinny jeans — here on the streets of downtown L.A., it’s hard… by Besha Rodell The dude [...]

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Fifty Seven’s David Nayfeld on LA’s Best Low-Cost Eats

It’s no secret that downtown Los Angeles has evolved into a fine-dining hub, with restaurants Alma and Bestia as anchors. Tomorrow, March 27, the Arts District adds Fifty Seven, an upscale newcomer. Located in an old Heinz loading dock, the restaurant takes an unorthodox approach: short-term stints by a roster of chefs. The opening round [...]

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Delta Rae

Warner Bros. vice president Seymour Stein is something of a legend for having been farsighted enough to sign The Ramones, Madonna and Talking Heads. His latest discovery, the North Carolina band Delta Rae, are no less full of commercial potential, even as they sound nothing like his previous protégés. Instead,… by Falling James Warner Bros. [...]

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John Legend

John Legend’s pungent brand of R&B/soul stood out in the bling rap – dominated musical climate of the early 2000s. His 2004 G.O.O.D. Music debut, Get Lifted, yielded the internationally charting ballad “Ordinary People” and catapulted the Ohio native to global stardom. In 2007, the nine-time Grammy winner and staunch… by Jacqueline Michael Whatley John [...]

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