Nods this week for Philip Dawkins The Homosexuals (Celebration Theatre at Atwater Village Theatre), Pierre Corneille's The Liar (Antaeus Company), and Lina Gallegos' Wild in Witchita (LATC). But it's a Halloween-season horror-play, six tales spun from the writings of H.P. Lovecraft, called Lovecraft ... More >>
Writer-director John DiFusco's revival of his Vietnam drama Tracers impressed Paul Birchall enough to earn it this week's Pick. For all new reviews and stage listings, see below Breaking up hard to do in this week's stage feature, which compares Neil Simon's The Sunshine Boys at the Ahmanson to Pa ... More >>
Google EarthSatellite view of the LA Film School and the Hollywood Farmers Market. New update: SEE-LA announced late last night that The Hollywood Farmers Market was granted a special 90-day extension on their street permits. An announcement posted to the Slow Food LA website stated that the ... More >>
Who among us can claim that Homer's axiomatic "Mmmm" refrain--mmmm, forbidden donut; mmmm, free goo; mmmm, invisible cola; mmmm, various eggs; mmmm, organized crime--hasn't inspired cravings for a good bite of real or cartoon cuisine? Squid Ink presents our top 10 Simpsons food references in ... More >>
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Angel OrozcoSome are born into their calling, and some take time to find it. For Angel Orozco it's a little bit of both. As a native of Guatemala who immigrated to the San Gabriel Valley with his family in 1982, Orozco fully discovered coffee during graduate school at ... More >>
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