By Michael Wilton
*Van Halen's Babysitter: The band's record label assigned Ted Cohen to go on tour with them in their glory years. Here's what he saw
*Van Halen's 1980 Tour Rider: Why They Demanded The Brown M&Ms Be Picked Out
For our music feature this week we spoke with Ted Cohen, a ... More >>
Jodi Louie, via FlickrThe United Kingdom has such a confusing culinary reputation. At once birthplace to a few of the world's blandest dishes, and yet, the same place that brought us Gordon Ramsay and some of the most hilariously named foods imaginable.
It's those foods that we honor today: ... More >>
Maura LanahanOur eminent columnist, Mr. Henry Rollins![The one and only Henry Rollins will be contributing a weekly column and far-reaching reportage to the music section of the LA Weekly. Look for your weekly Henry Rollins fix right here on West Coast Sound every Friday and make sure to tune ... More >>
For the past couple of years, a trend in British television has been the "sim com" series, or "simulated" situation comedy inspired by Curb Your Enthusiasm, which are various parts scripted and improvised, and partly fictional and based on real life. Director Michael Winterbottom (24 Hour Party Pe ... More >>
Wine-and-cheese is such a classic combination that you might not think of going beyond it. But beer is a pretty terrific match for cheese too, and this is just the week to switch out your glass of Cab for a pint. Consider it an homage to the biggest beer drinking holiday of all: St. Patrick's Day.
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Little Boots, with openers Class Actress and Dragonette, will be appearing tonight at the Glass House in Pomona.
Last Wednesday, the diminutive dance diva from Lancashire, UK headlined the same bill at the El Rey, where she attracted a fairly typical West Hollywood crowd of young professionals and ... More >>