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Random LA: The Line at Amoeba on Record Store Day

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Movie Review: The Beach Bum

Written by Tony Pierce. This post previously appeared on Busblog. Took [my girlfriend] Amber to see “The Beach Bum” last night. She hadn’t seen any of Harmony Korine’s films (Gummo, Spring Breakers, Julien Donkey Boy), but I had and loved … Continue reading

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An Insider’s Guide to the Best Snorkeling Spots in Catalina

Written by David Hamburg, Founder and Chief Editor of Globo Surf There is a reason why Santa Catalina is so charming–it is filled with beautiful hidden harbors, beaches, and coves, and the waters are brimmed with eye-catching sea life. The best … Continue reading

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Interview: Discussing Just about Everything with Milo Aukerman of the Descendents

Written by Andy Nystrom. Originally posted on “There’s Something Hard in There January 7, 2019. The young man who was so shy that his eyes were fixated on the floor during most of his early performances is now leading the … Continue reading

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Random LA: Simpsons Table Read

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We Remember Steve Soto August 23, 1963 – June 27, 2018

Last night it was announced that Steve Soto, founding member of OC punk band The Adolescents had passed away in his sleep. He was 54 years old. Here his friends and fans remember him… Andy Nystrom. This post originally appeared … Continue reading

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Chef Monsour and Kopel Partner Up Again to Fire Up L.A. With ‘South City’ to Bring 8 Southern-region Inspired Chicken Sandos

Story and Media by Jonnathan Benites-Bernardini and Monique A. LeBleu The last couple of years has brought a surge of fried chicken sandwiches to the LA dining scene. Places like Howlin’ Rays, Freerange, Birdies – who all specialize in fried … Continue reading

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Interview: From The Dils to Ford Madox Ford, Chip Kinman is Keeping it Real

By Andy Nystrom. Originally posted in There’s Something Hard in There Be real. Be honest. Be glad you weren’t a fuck-up. Those are words of wisdom that Chip Kinman has to offer at age 60 while reminiscing about his uncompromising … Continue reading

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Jenn Pelly Takes her Book The Raincoats 33 1/3 for a Spin at Soap Plant + Wacko, Stories in Echo Park

By Lucretia Tye Jasmine 33 1/3 publishes books about specific albums, with each pocket-sized paperback about one album. Jenn Pelly discussed her book about The Raincoats at various venues last week in Los Angeles, including Stories in Echo Park on … Continue reading

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Rolly Crump: It’s Kind of a Cute Story at Oceanside Museum

Photos by Stella Stray Pop The Oceanside Museum of Art recently closed their exhibit, “Rolly Crump: It’s Kind of a Cute Story.” We managed to get some photos before the exhibit closed, thanks to Stella Stray Pop. The exhibit is … Continue reading

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