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Moon Wolf

Moon Wolf

The color of the midnight fell into my lap just now, filling my fear places, my irises with the color of fire, a moon wolf racing ahead, my bloodline remembered in a moment’s flare, the color of reckoning, a redux later at the make up counter, the color on my lips, a torch secret, of [...]

“A Walk Among the Tombstones”: A Quick Chat with Director Scott Frank

“A Walk Among the Tombstones”: A Quick Chat with Director Scott Frank

He’s on deadline, so requested that we ask just a few and only easy questions. We can do that… Pasadena resident, UCSB alumnus, Dead Again and Little Man Tate author, Get Shorty, Out of Sight, Minority Report, Marley & Me, and The Wolverine screenwriter, and A Walk Among the Tombstones director Scott Frank: Thank you for finding the time to [...]

Touch-a-Truck

Touch-a-Truck

Get ready kids-under-eight! Imagine earth movers, dump trucks, cement mixers, and garbage trucks. Imagine climbing, touching, honking, and “driving.” On September 20th, the Southern California Children’s Museum presents the 2nd annual Touch-a-Truck at Santa Anita Park. The event is designed for kids under eight years old and between 9 and 10 a.m. a horn-free hour [...]

Another Night in Bankok

Another Night in Bankok

This week’s recipe comes courtesy of Dog Haus Culinary Director Michael Brown. Ingredients for 1 dog: 1 spicy Thai red currywurst sausage (proprietary recipe made for DH by Adam Gertler of “The Next Food Network Star” fame) or quality beef hot dog 1 bun (three King’s Hawaiian rolls, still connected) ¼ ounce butter, melted or [...]

Frog’s Leap Comes to Dinner

Frog’s Leap Comes to Dinner

Before the Pond, 1972: As an undergraduate at Cornell, John Williams obtains an internship at Taylor Wine Company, and discovers that a winery is full of tanks of booze, pretty girls giving tours, and absolutely no cows unlike the dairy farm he grew up on. falls in love with wine. This is the introduction to [...]

Tony Shalhoub & Brooke Adams in Happy Days

Tony Shalhoub & Brooke Adams in Happy Days

His head shrinks until he’s just two googly eyes in Men in Black. As Alexander Minion in Spy Kids, he was adorned with three extra heads. He played a chef and donned an Italian accent (despite being first generation American; his father emigrating from Lebanon) in Big Night. And, of course, he known for Monk, [...]

Frogtown Artwalk 2014

Frogtown Artwalk 2014

Envision the flight of 60 birds along the L.A. River. So it has been by the team of artists behind “River of Wings” project. Sixty “kinetic, avian-inspired sculptures” have been built and decorated and will be installed along a half mile section of the bike path along the L.A. River. These birds will “fly” down [...]

Celebrating Women in Jazz

Celebrating Women in Jazz

“…Determination, persistence, and the audacity of women living their dreams…out loud.” This is the premise behind But Can She Play?: Blowin’ the Roof Off Women Horn Players and Jazz, “the first full-length feature chronicling the stories of jazz women horn players,” produced and directed by journalist Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn. On September 24th, a special benefit [...]

Step on Up! Get Your Rain Barrel!

Step on Up! Get Your Rain Barrel!

The Arroyo Seco Foundation presents the “Rain Barrel and Drought-Tolerant Landscape Event” at Descanso Gardens on September 14th. Pre-order a rain barrel for $85 and pick it up the day of the event. The Metropolitan Water District will also be on hand to offer $75 rebates. RSVP to Foothill MWD at 818.790.4036 if served by [...]

Phoebe Bridgers

Phoebe Bridgers

Since graduating from the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts in 2013, with an impressively precocious and polished sound and wisdom, singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers has performed and recorded her own brand of folk rock in Los Angeles and Nashville. She’s already banked gigs at LA’s best music go-to spots, including the Troubadour, El Rey, Roxy, [...]

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