British journalist Simon Goddard's Mozipedia: The Encyclopedia Of Morrissey And The Smiths was recently released in the US. And seeing as how we were once his neighbors (maybe still are, occasionally, even if he disses us in interviews), West Coast Sound combed through the book's more-than 5 ... More >>
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1. Julia Child's gigot a la moutarde. Bea Arthur's favorite, sure. But powdered ginger and pounded dried rosemary? Even on Easter, this one requires a leap of faith.
2. Chorizo-stuffed leg of lamb from Suzanne Goin's Sunday Suppers at Lucques. The Mexican-Moroccan-Prove ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSAlso, see the current STAGE FEATURE on The Night Is a Child at the Pasadena Playhouse, and Not to Be, at ZJUTHE LATEST NEW REVIEWSBABY IT'S YOUThe jukebox musical that's been playing since the spring at the Coast Playhouse, will be the final entry in the Pasadena P ... More >>
Other than the term "swine flu," we learned several very important things over the weekend: Bea Arthur (RIP) made a damn good leg of roast lamb, there is definitely a limit to how much grilled cheese one can consume, and that the Belvedere vodka served at our L.A. Weekend festival -- yeah, that stuf ... More >>
A Golden moment with Arthur
When I heard today's news that Bea Arthur had died, the first thing I thought of was roast leg of lamb.
This isn't as odd as it might seem at first. Arthur's one-woman show, Bea Arthur On Broadway: Just Between Friends began with a recipe for leg of lamb. According to h ... More >>
Over the next two weeks, myself and a very talented cadre of contributors will be emulating the book above. Unlike said tome, it won't cost money and you'll get free MP3s--which, presumably, serve a tangible purpose. Now go cry into your near-beer, Phillip Ardagh, you lovable rogue.
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SXSW or no SXSW, my first sign of Texas pride was the Texas-shaped gravestone in the Texas State Cemetery I noticed outside the airport shuttle.
Landed in Austin in drizzling weather; even in a crowded airplane making four stops it's easy to single out the passengers headed here – they're the ... More >>
Everybody's got an opinion when it comes to Oscar fashion, and since I'm in the Style Council, I can pretend mine matters. Coolio! I watched it all on the tube last night (no red carpet camping and definitely no traffic-jammed, hoity toity after-parties for me, at least not this year) with the rest ... More >>