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Kamasi Washington Intends to Make Jazz New Again

Thirty-two-year-old tenor saxophonist Kamasi Washington has been playing for nearly two decades with 10-piece band West Coast Get Down. A little more than a year ago, they went into a Silver Lake studio and recorded six albums in 30 days. Washington’s contribution to that effort is called The Epic, a… by Mark McDermott Thirty-two-year-old tenor […]


Where to Eat Beef Chow Fun in LA

According to Chowhound member K K, the ideal plate of chow fun has tender beef and fresh noodles tinged just the right shade of brown from their brief swim in soy sauce. Beyond that, personal preference prevails, from those who prefer a greasier order to diners who require the addition of chile sauce. What kitchen […]


Man Smashes Windows of LAPD Patrol Car as Darth Vader Watches (VIDEO)

The streets of Hollywood never cease to amaze with far-out crime. Today’s example: As crowds gathered today to mourn the death of Shirley Temple near her hand prints at the Chinese Theater, a man was seen – on camera – smashing the windows of a parked LAPD patrol car and taking a laptop that was […]


Dumb Starbucks Shut Down by L.A. Health Officials

As if on cue, officials with the L.A. County Department of Public Health shut down the buzzed-about Dumb Starbucks in Los Feliz today. See also: Dumb Starbucks is a Comedy Central Show Backdrop It happened after an announcement made by Nathan Fielder of Comedy Central’s Nathan For You show seemed to confirm that the whole thing […]


Vaucluse Opens in Charlie Chaplin’s Old Home, Offers a $10K Martini

WeHo has a new spot for the Pretty Young Things to decorate. Vaucluse soft-opened Dec. 27 and officially opened on Jan. 26 – a fitting date, as it was Australia Day and married owners Brad and Claire Cox hail from Down Under.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] […]


Salon de The de Joel Robuchon (Taipei, Taiwan)

Salon de The de Joel Robuchon Bellavita Mall 3F No. 28 Song Ren Road Taipei, TaiwanDining date: 2/6/14 For my first meal in Taipei (which happened to be solo), I figured I’d ease into it by dining somewhere sort of familiar and possibly more Western-friendly (turns out Taipei has been one of the more English-friendly […]


Nine Million Pounds of Beef from “Diseased and Unsound Animals” Recalled by California Company

A California company is recalling nearly 9 million pounds of beef because it processed “diseased and unsound animals,” according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.  Rancho Feeding Corp. of Petaluma also processed the 8.74 million pounds of meat without full federal inspection, according to the agency, which called the meat […]


Early Report: Cafe Röckenwagner in West LA

From pastry and bread master Hans Röckenwagner comes this eponymous new café, where seasonal dishes mingle with extraordinary desserts by pastry chef Cesar Bermudez. Early hits include the hearty vegetable soup made with market veggies, grilled octopus over Austrian red cabbage, and brick chicken with citrus mashed potatoes. See More Stories Like This Share on […]


Early Report: Vietnamese Street Food at East Borough

The Culver City boom continues with the opening of East Borough, a kitchen specializing in upmarket Vietnamese street eats. The lunch menu plays it straight with sandwiches and noodles, from dac biet banh mi to grilled pork buns. At dinner, small plates and mains like banh xeo (Vietnamese crêpe) with Dungeness crab and lamb ribs […]


Savory Soufflé, CA Drought Means Few Porcinis and Fewer Jobs

Prolific baker Greg Patent demystifies a cheese soufflé, Amelia Saltsman shares a cauliflower recipe and we hear how the drought is may affect California?s economy.


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