Paul T. Bradley
9 days ago | Comedy
“Yeah, six-one,” Camilla Cleese says. She mugs for a beat and then traipses across the stage, displaying the obvious: Like her famous father, Cleese is really fucking tall. But height isn't the only thing she inherited from the genius Brit John Cl...
1 month ago | Art
Bart Simpson — once an underachiever and proud of it — is about to be the subject of gallery-worthy art. French magazine Be Street’s founder Benjamin Benichou has a deep interest in off-brand cultural detritus, and this weekend he's bringing early...
2 months ago | Comedy
A comic book shop in Hollywood supposedly hides one of the world's biggest comedy fanatics. Somewhere in line for a stand-up show, among Justice League omnibuses and vintage Dr. Who figurines, is a mystery wrapped in an enigma, inked with a myster...
2 months ago | Indie Rock and Stuff
The barfing begins more than a minute into the video. Just before it starts, everything stands still and silent for a few seconds — a pause between the quivering melody that precedes it and the jarring blast that follows. Then genuine, brightly co...
2 months ago | Lists
L.A., at least stereotypically, is the place for young, upwardly-mobile, self-celebrating, wanna-be noteworthy people. It's all bright lights, movie stars, hip threads, and youth as far as the sunglass-covered eye can see. This city is a young-per...
2 months ago | Video Games
Sunday evening at the (formerly Nokia) Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live, 16 Nintendo competitors vied for the right to call themselves the champion of all things Mario and Zelda — for the first time in 25 years. Half of them drawn from regional comp...