@zpincusroth

  • @zpincusroth
    12 February, 2016

    "Between Riverside & Crazy" at Studio Theater had some good moments and a strong main character, but Pulitzer-worthy? I dunno.

  • @zpincusroth
    11 February, 2016

    .@caitlindewey on the (quixotic?) quest to create an app that helps you make friends https://t.co/VI7fHHfVhK https://t.co/MiNE2IWio1

    zpincusroth
  • @zpincusroth
    10 February, 2016

    As a proud orderer of sweet drinks, bravo @jwscoop, who says it's sexist to assume gender determines drink choice https://t.co/3YU4FqxnpT

  • @zpincusroth
    9 February, 2016

    .@nbcsnl could do a Californians/OJ series mashup. When OJ returns to the house: "OJ, whatareyoudoinghere?" "I took the 5 to the 91 West..."

  • @zpincusroth
    8 February, 2016

    The movie that foretold the rise of Donald Trump, by @mffisher https://t.co/cNtVqMjZaA

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Zachary Pincus-Roth

Zachary Pincus-Roth

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." For more info and articles visit zacharypincus-roth.com.

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