@besharodell

  • @besharodell
    20 October, 2017

    My heart almost can't take Tasmania in spring. Imagine, like, The Shire, but full of oysters and covered in lilacs and baby goats.

  • @besharodell
    20 October, 2017

    @wyatt_williams My mom once kidnapped a duck who was out enjoying the 1996 NY blizzard. Came home and there was a duck in the bathtub.

  • @besharodell
    19 October, 2017

    Humblebrag Rumble is the name of my new band, and @patnourse knows how to play a restaurant review like a hot beat. https://t.co/hpeGlfDOLx

  • @besharodell
    15 October, 2017

    @mattatouille Seriously, it's shocking how bad that terminal is food-wise. Who makes those calls? It can't be Delta… https://t.co/cifq2HI1fO

  • @besharodell
    14 October, 2017

    I fostered a baby elephant, & that plus following the org on Twitter are most of what's making this garbage website… https://t.co/8EXDCJVOnO

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Besha Rodell

Besha Rodell

Besha Rodell — Australian-born, New York-bred, Southern-fried, James Beard Award-winning journalist — was L.A. Weekly's restaurant critic from 2012 to 2017.

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