Paul T. Bradley

Paul T. Bradley has written for L.A. Weekly since 2011. He is a Silver Lake-based former ditch-digger and he owns a 2004 Jetta (1.8 turbo).

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  • 7 days ago

    Suffice to say, Dave Ross is a funny guy. His storytelling and self-deprecating entr'actes to his own late, great Holy Fuck free comedy show in downtown L.A. were perfect morsels of what the kids used to call "alt comedy." Even better, his superb ...

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    As an L.A.-based musician of complex talents and singular taste with his own band, The One AM Radio, Hrishikesh Hirway understands the amount of finesse and perfectionism that goes into crafting fantastic songs. With his Radiotopia-powered podcast...

  • 7 days ago

    It's just like the clichés say — when a neighborhood gentrifies, things get all artisanal and crafty while those darn h-words strut around like they own the place. Highland Park has become the nation's model 'hood for upwardly mobile,...

  • 7 days ago

    Because it refuses to follow the same path that lesser used bookstores took to their graves, this North Hollywood gem still slings pages in quantity. By adapting to the idea that graphic novels and comic books can be both high art and high literat...

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    Many folks today would say that we've reached Peak Bacon — that our love of swine has become a cliché. Those are the petty, trend-chasing folks who've never sunk their teeth into the crackly, burnished-amber skin of a Filipino whole r...

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    A 19th-century Cuban labor shortage introduced Chinese workers to the island, and the Cubans and Chinese soon discovered a mutual love for the combination of rice and delicious pig parts. Soon thereafter, a unique take on fried rice was born. Flas...


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