This is, so far, the burning question of this Coachella, being asked everywhere from the campsites to the press tent.
Even though the French dance-punk duo officially squashed the rumors, not many people seem to be buying it.
At least, not since last night.
Just before Yeah Yeah Yeahs took the ... More >>
F. FriesemaJonagold apples
In case you were wondering how the restaurant Fig & Olive got its name, there are figs and olives on everything, even at this time of year, when figs are as far out of season as pumpkins: figs with gorgonzola on a soggy puff-pastry tart; figs in a romaine salad with ... More >>
J. RitzThe eastern portion of Morgan, Walls & Clements' Chapman Market on 6th Street.
We'd love to linger over a classic breakfast combo and endless cups of coffee at John Lautner's 1949 Googie Coffee Shop, since it was the actual place whose name defined a genre. And then enjoy the cannello ... More >>
Via LAist, the reviews of the $578 million Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools campus are starting to come in, and the first from The Architects Newspaper is a bit ugly.
The Associated Press has called the school the most expensive in history; in fairness, it's not really a "school." The ca ... More >>
This somewhat touched-up photo shows the aftermath of a $250,000 fire that damaged Perino's, the elite Wilshire Boulevard restaurant that was designed by architect Paul Williams. The cause was traced to a cigarette that had been left burning on an upholstered chair. LA Herald-Examiner/LAPL
Curbed L.A. has flagged a blog post by L.A. Magazine's Chris Nichols about his encounter with the remnants of the Ambassador Hotel. Nichols, an expert in Things L.A. and a Mid-20th Century buff, was asked by the L.A. Unified School District, which is now constructing a school on the Ambassador site, ... More >>
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BEAUTY OF ASHES Writer and star Peres Owino's furious semi-biographical poetry and dance piece about female ... More >>
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