"I never intended to come [to Los Angeles]," says Kevin Bradley, founder of the letterpress design and print studio Church of Type, which opened this Sunday on Pico Boulevard in Santa Monica.
"I was going to New Orleans," Bradley continues as his intern works the Vandercook Universal III letterpre ... More >>
For beer fans, the path from casual drinker to homebrewer is a carboy rite of passage. It's a fermenting allure that even presidents, it seems, are not immune to:
Obama is reportedly on the campaign trail with bottles of his White House Honey Ale in tow.
He's even occasionally handing out bottle ... More >>
Months ago, the members of Little Red Lung made the long drive from L.A. to the woods of Felton, north of Santa Cruz. They met with photographer Sarah Sitkin in the middle of the night in a little cabin hidden deep in the woods, using their cellphones as makeshift flashlights, to shoot photos for wh ... More >>
Updated at the bottom with crowd estimates. First posted at 5:30 a.m.
Alfonso Ribeiro of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air might do the nerdiest, preppiest dance of all time.
But that didn't stop hundreds if not thousands of followers from joining him yesterday at Universal CityWalk and other locales in ... More >>
[Look for your weekly fix from the one and only Henry Rollins right here on West Coast Sound every Thursday, and come back tomorrow for the awesomely annotated playlist for his Saturday KCRW broadcast.]
Sitting on the tour bus, the Bon Jovi Mobile-Def Leppard Express (no offense to either corpora ... More >>
Flickr/ebruliMore fries, less sperm?
Eating a diet high in junk food could make sperm sparse, slow and obese, a pair of studies presented Monday at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine annual meeting in Orlando, Fla. suggest. The research highlights an apparent link between nutritio ... More >>
JGarbee Potter In The Former Scuba Shop That Will Become His Tasting RoomIf you need an excuse to for a coastal drive, winemaker Dave Potter is your man. He is the face behind Santa Barbara-based Municipal Winemakers, a small but mighty 600 cases per year operation that he tends to between ba ... More >>