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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


Being Dionne Warwick

From her late-’50s start as a gospel thrush to her career as a New York – based backup singer to her early-’60s Brill Building discovery by Burt Bacharach, Dionne Warwick has led an extraordinary life, one artfully examined tonight in the new documentary Being Dionne Warwick. With the benefit of… by Jonny Whiteside From her [...]


The Sam Roberts Band

Sam Roberts is a superstar and his band a household name in their native Canada – if not yet across the border. Five albums strong, the group’s latest effort, Lo-Fantasy, was produced by Youth, known for synth experimentation and dub electronics, but who knew enough to tap into Sam Roberts… by Lily Moayeri Sam Roberts [...]


Din Tai Fung (Taipei, Taiwan)

Din Tai Fung (Xinyi) No. 194, Section 2, Xinyi Road, Daan District Taipei, TaiwanDining date: 2/10/14 Din Tai Fung (Zhongxiao) No. 218, Section 4, Zhōngxiào East Road, Daan District Taipei, TaiwanDining date: 2/6/14 A visit to Din Tai Fung was an absolute must for me while in Taiwan. In fact, I think it’s on a [...]


Will We Ever Have Clean Water for All?

Water, water everywhere – and not a drop to drink that hasn’t been outsourced by Danone, Pepsi, Coca-Cola or Nestlé. This week’s trenchant question from the good folk at Zócalo – “Will We Ever Have Clean Water for All?” – examines why almost a billion people in the world are… by David Cotner Water, water [...]



Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) is known for her iconic unibrow almost as much as her art. Her creativity blossomed during her explosive marriage to fellow Mexican painter Diego Rivera, when she posed for a series of self-portraits that became emblematic of her painting career. But Kahlo wasn’t just an artist -… by Tanja M. Laden Frida [...]


What Happens in Vegas: From Buffets to Mind-Bending Mixology

Good Food heads to the strip to explore the evolution of Vegas dining, all you can eat buffets, luxury fine dining and the city’s most mind-bending cocktail.


Hammer Museum’s “Take It or Leave It,” Reviewed

Based on the artists in it, the Hammer’s “Take It or Leave It” exhibition should be a staggeringly good show. Gretchen Bender, for instance, was a badass. Her video installation Total Recall, on 24 television monitors and three big screens in the Hammer’s video gallery, splices together animation, imagery of… by Catherine Wagley Based on [...]


The Welcome Return of Kurt Russell

A wise man — or, more precisely, a wise-ass trucker named Jack Burton — once opined that “it’s all in the reflexes.” Few actors have had better reflexes than Kurt Russell, who makes a welcome return to theaters this weekend in The Art of the Steal. Having been largely MIA… by Nick Schager A wise [...]


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