Officials from the United States and the European Union signed a deal today in Nuremburg, Germany, that will allow organic food products to be sold as such in both regions. As it stands now, food labeled as organic has to conform to different standards according to place of origin. The new regulatio ... More >>
Wikimedia Commons.Dressless: Izzard plays the part of our hip perpetual bachelor uncle...who's also British
"I was laughing. It was funny," a deadpan Izzard fan protested at 2 a.m. this morning. Obviously a newcomer. Maybe an asshole. Clearly it was too late for enthusiasm for some folks on ... More >>
Photo by Michael Lamont from the Geffen PlayhouseJustin Leeper in the West Coast premiere of Kristoffer Diaz's The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity at the Geffen Playhouse
No religion. No politics. No wrestling. Apparently, there are only a few conversational topics more polarizing than prof ... More >>
Calexico, not in NurembergThey're based in Tuscon but have more in common with the Californian southwest than anywhere else.
For one, the name: The original Calexico is a SoCal border town just a hop and a skip away from its Baja counterpart, Mexicali.
Secondly, Calexico's sound -- and we' ... More >>
Last Friday the so-called Party Rock Tour descended on the Hollywood Palladium in a homecoming of sorts for LMFAO, Shwayze, and their partners in neon electro-hip-hop. The all-ages event (read: mostly between onset-of-puberty and 20) offered a nonstop party from sundown till closing, a full bill goi ... More >>
‚ÄčCall it an act of redemption, but today Malibu Judge Lawrence Mira agreed to expunge actor Mel Gibson's 2006 drunk-driving record. On July 28 of that year Gibson was pulled over for speeding on Pacific Coast Highway by LASD deputy James Mee. The Braveheart star's blood-alcohol level was a robust ... More >>