10 days ago | Catering
Blow torches and welding goggles aren’t typically what you envision when you think of food, but Fill ‘R Up Gastro Garage is changing that image one industrially crafted dish at a time. With its so-called “gastro mechanics” serving gourmet sandwich...
18 days ago | Photography
If you’re going to be so bold as to recreate 41 culturally iconic images, ranging from famed photographer Bert Stern’s Marilyn Monroe photos to notorious photographer Richard Avedon’s beekeeper, using a single subject for all your photographs, you...
25 days ago | Folk You Very Much
Puff was a dragon. A magic dragon. He lived by the sea. OK, we already know what you are thinking. The autumn mist in which Puff and his sidekick Jackie Paper frolicked was actually a haze of marijuana smoke, right? Over half a century has passed ...
1 month ago | Pop Music. Ever Heard of It?
When L.A.-based singer-songwriter Borns (stylized as BØRNS) played KCRW DJ Chris Douridas' It's a School Night last month at Bardot in Hollywood, it was like attending a wildly anticipated prom. A line stretched down the block; inside, the crowd w...
4 months ago | Rocking Unironically
At a recent performance for KCRW DJ Chris Douridas' weekly School Night series at Bardot in Hollywood, a packed house moved increasingly closer to the stage while Dorothy, whiskey in one hand and microphone in the other, mesmerized the crowd with ...
5 months ago | L.A. Stories
Lili Haydn was an honorary member of George Clinton's band. He nicknamed her the "Jimi Hendrix of the violin." Born in Toronto and now based in L.A., her father was a famous LSD dealer, and she was raised for a time in a cult before he rescued her...