Erica Zora Wrightson
3 years ago | Grocers
If Grand Central Market is a barometer of time for downtown Los Angeles, Tim Hawkinson's Inverted Clocktower, an unassuming artwork wedged into the northwest edge of the building, is committed to the moment at hand. Unlike the contents of the publ...
3 years ago | Books
American writer, editor and food cognoscente Colman Andrews "grew up in restaurants" and his new memoir My Usual Table eulogizes the dining establishments, and their casts of characters, that evolved his palate and his insatiable hunger for t...
3 years ago | People 2014
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2014 issue. Check out our entire People 2014 issue. Twenty-three-year-old singer-songwriter Moses Sumney likes to make music. In bed. Raised in the Inland Empire and Ghana by Africa...
3 years ago | Couples Issue
See our entire Couples Issue 2014 here. When Edgar Arceneaux first asked out Sascha Robinett, he hoped she would accept his offer to have coffee but not his invitation to a movie. Although he had been eyeing his shy co-worker for some time, he was...
3 years ago | Cookbooks
Duck, Duck, Goose, a new guide to cooking waterfowl from hunter, writer and cook Hank Shaw, could be read as a variation on Wallace Stevens' famous poem "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird," save that Shaw's ode flows through more than 200 pa...
4 years ago | Cookbooks
It's been 40 years since Moosewood restaurant, a natural foods restaurant in downtown Ithaca's Dewitt Mall, was founded by a collective of cooks unconcerned with culinary school and determined to promote an herbivorous lifestyle. Moosewood was not...