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Wake Owl, Mimicking Birds

It’s no wonder the music of Wake Owl’s Colyn Cameron has an earthy quality to it: He studied organic agriculture before turning to music. His debut album, The Private World of Paradise, offers a bumper crop of rich, reverb-laden folk-rock, given extra pop gloss by producer Richard Swift (The Shins,… by Andy Hermann It’s no [...]

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Maude (Beverly Hills, CA)

Maude 212 S Beverly Dr Beverly Hills, CA 90212Dining date: 4/12/14 Opened in February, Curtis Stone’s Maude was one of the most anticipated restaurant openings of the year. It’s still one of the most popular restaurants in the city, packing tables for its seasonal, monthly tasting menus. The concept is rather unique; each month, the [...]

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Slow Cooker Red Pepper Butternut Squash Soup

Welcome to Slow Cooker Sunday! Plug in and chill out on what’s supposed be the laziest day of the week. This week I was going to attempt a hardcore chili (no beans, no veg) but I haven’t nailed the spices yet, plus requests for a vegetarian Slow Cooker Sunday have been echoing down the pipeline. [...]

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London Grammar

London Grammar is eminently likable. The youthful British trio, whose album If You Wait was released last year, has won over a diverse audience with a combination of haunting vocals, dewdrop guitar plucks and multilayered, electronically driven keyboards and percussion. Comparisons to The xx run rampant, and that’s not a… by Lily Moayeri London Grammar [...]

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Weight, Fat Shaming, Fed Up the Movie, Jonathan Gold’s 101

Is fat shaming worse in LA than in other cities? Plus, we discuss the new documentary Fed Up with its creators and Jonathan Gold previews his 101 best restaurants.

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Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires

Charles Bradley’s tale is anything but an overnight-success story. Inspired by James Brown, the fiery young soul singer briefly had a band in the 1960s, but his backing musicians were pulled away by the draft for the Vietnam War; Bradley soon disappeared into the woodwork, toiling in anonymity for a… by Falling James Charles Bradley’s [...]

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Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires

Charles Bradley’s tale is anything but an overnight-success story. Inspired by James Brown, the fiery young soul singer briefly had a band in the 1960s, but his backing musicians were pulled away by the draft for the Vietnam War; Bradley soon disappeared into the woodwork, toiling in anonymity for a… by Falling James Charles Bradley’s [...]

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Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs, Chantal Claret

Many people first became aware of Holly Golightly when she sang a charming duet, “It’s True That We Love One Another,” with Jack White on The White Stripes’ 2003 Elephant. But the British songbird came to attention earlier as a member of one of Billy Childish’s garage combos, Thee Headcoatees… by Falling James Many people [...]

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Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs, Chantal Claret

Many people first became aware of Holly Golightly when she sang a charming duet, “It’s True That We Love One Another,” with Jack White on The White Stripes’ 2003 Elephant. But the British songbird came to attention earlier as a member of one of Billy Childish’s garage combos, Thee Headcoatees… by Falling James Many people [...]

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Vegas Uncork’d 2014: Michael Mina’s Pig Roast and Beer Garden (Las Vegas, NV)

Vegas Uncork’d 2014: Michael Mina’s Pig Roast and Beer Garden MGM Grand 3799 South Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109Dining date: 5/9/14 There was a lot of variety across the 31 events during this year’s Vegas Uncork’d. Of course there are the tasting events, cooking demos and exclusive sit-down meals, but this year stretched to [...]

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