Zachary Pincus-Roth is the deputy editor overseeing arts & culture at L.A. Weekly. He also has written for The New York Times, L.A. Times, Slate, Newsday, WSJ magazine, Variety and other publications. He teaches journalism at Loyola Marymount University and wrote the companion book to the musical "Avenue Q."
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25 days ago | Theater
When the book Matilda came out in 1988, when I was in elementary school, it was a brand new Roald Dahl book at the height of my Dahl phase — the first (and probably the last) time I felt like I had my hand on the pulse of literature. The...
2 months ago | Theater
I couldn't go a week in high school without seeing one of those orange The Who's Tommy t-shirts. In the early 90s, songwriter Pete Townshend and his co-book writer Des McAnuff turned Townshend's legendary album into a breakthrough convergence of B...
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3 months ago | April Fools Day
If you notice something amiss on our home page, that means it's time for L.A. Weekly's annual April Fools Day issue. This year's stories are: With Head Start on Senate, Kamala Harris Will Run for President Too L.A. Votes to Move Santa Mo...