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Annabelle Gurwitch

Anyone who has felt the stinging humiliation of losing a job should read Annabelle Gurwitch’s 2006 Fired! Tales of the Canned, Canceled, Downsized, & Dismissed, which was later turned into a documentary. In it, Gurwitch recalls getting axed from a role in an off-Broadway play by her idol, Woody Allen;… by Siran Babayan Anyone who [...]


Zo (Los Angeles, CA)

Zo 334 S Main St Los Angeles, CA 90013Dining date: 3/7/14 I’ve only visited Cheviot Hills’ Sushi Zo a couple of times, but both times I’ve concluded that it was a top-tier sushi place in Los Angeles. So, I was very excited to hear chef Keizo Seki was opening up a downtown location in the [...]


James Supercave

Garnering nostalgic comparisons to Ziggy Stardust, Queen and even Morrissey, James Supercave is anything but ordinary. The art-pop quintet has been teasing local audiences with assorted singles and exuberant shows for more than two years, originally by the name Masxs. Fans can finally stop holding their breath as the group’s… by Britt Witt Garnering nostalgic [...]


Nowruz Celebration

Yes, Los Angeles is beautiful year-round, but spring still deserves a welcome bash. LACMA and Farhang Foundation have collaborated for the sixth annual Nowruz Celebration, welcoming spring with the proper pomp. Beginning at 11:30 a.m., the LACMA grounds will be transformed into an exotic jubilee of music, food and nonstop… by Orly Minazad Yes, Los [...]


David Parsons Dance Company

In the beginning, there was Martha Graham, who begat Merce Cunningham and Paul Taylor. Taylor begat David Parsons. And that’s how modern dance rolls. Just as Cunningham and Taylor began their careers as dancers with Graham’s dance company and then went on to establish their own troupes and their own… by Ann Haskins In the [...]


Stays in Vegas: Water, Restaurant Unions and Off Strip Eats

In part two of Good Food’s Vegas special, we focus on life off the strip through food, culture and water conservation efforts in one of the US’s labor strongholds.


Ana Tijoux

Ana Tijoux has been around for a long minute, but it was her birth year song, “1977,” which brought her mainstream recognition as the soundtrack to a tense desert scene on Breaking Bad. Like all her albums, the French-Chilean MC’s latest, Vengo, gives a snapshot of her life – in… by Lily Moayeri Ana Tijoux [...]


Left-Wing Darling Pacifica Radio Is Sliding Into the Abyss

On March 13, after weeks of rumors, Pacifica Radio’s board of directors voted to fire its executive director, Summer Reese, during what was essentially a conference call. But nothing is as simple as all that in the oldest and oddest public radio network in the country. Four days later, Reese… by Hillel Aron On March [...]


The Best Burgers in LA (OK, Technically Only Westside)

Greater LA offers up so many burgers you could eat a different one every day for three-plus years and still not manage to plow through every one. With such an endless roster, it can be overwhelming to choose a burger binge spot. Luckily, this Chowhound discussion has made the hunt more manageable by narrowing the [...]


2014 James Beard Award Nominees Announced

The James Beard Foundation announced their 2014 award nominees this morning, in a livestream from Chicago. (Fancy stuff!… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] Read the full post on Squid Ink


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