Category Archives: Food

Things we Loved this Week 5/17

Dead to Me on Netflix Solid television with quality performances by Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini. The strongest laughs come from the darkest comedy. Every episode ends with a shocking plot twist. (Bob Lee) @myhotelcarpet A pilot named Bill Young stays … Continue reading

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Smoke ’em if You’ve Got ’em: LA Times Food Bowl All-Star BBQ at Night Market

Enjoying a rib bone from APL at LA Times Food Bowl All Star BBQ. All photos by Elise Thompson for The LA Beat. Here in L.A., when we invite someone over for a barbecue, what we are really doing is … Continue reading

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World-Famous Sicilian Restaurant L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele Opening in Hollywood

Opened in Naples back in 1870, L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele has long been a destination for pizza lovers. Now’s your chance to try it for yourself when L’Antica opens its first U.S. location in Hollywood on May 8. One of … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss the L.A. Times’ Night Market this Week!

As part of the LA Times’ Food Bowl May takeover, they will be bringing together dozens of food vendors, pop-ups, chef collaborations, art installations and live music at a free Night Market in Grand Park downtown. Starting tonight and culminating on … Continue reading

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BeachLife: Day One Recap & Day Two Preview

The first day of the inaugural BeachLife festival in Redondo Beach is on the books, and day two is here. If the organizers had any opening day jitters, it didn’t show in the event they put on; the vibe was … Continue reading

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Things we Loved this Week 05/03/19

Paul is Dead is a 14-minute short film written and directed by London-based filmmaker George Moore. Paul is Dead, now available for free viewing on Vimeo, tells the story of how Billy Shears came to replace Paul McCartney in 1967. … Continue reading

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Simply diVine was Exactly That!

It may sound like hyperbole when I say that Saturday night’s fundraiser, Simply diVine, was magical, but it really was. There were probably more restaurants participating than any food event I have ever experienced. And as faithful readers know, this … Continue reading

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Prophet on the Burning Shore: Bob Weir Headlines Beach Life Day One

Bob Weir’s time, as he has promised us for decades, appears to have finally come. The guitarist and the Grateful Dead, the band he co-fronted with the late Jerry Garcia for their three full decades, have weaved their way back … Continue reading

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Highlights of the Upcoming LA Times’ Food Bowl

The L.A. Times Food Bowl takes over the entire month of May with 31 days of food. The Food Bowl is a fundraiser for the L.A. Regional Food Bank, Food Forward, and the Midnight Mission. With over 100 events spread throughout … Continue reading

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Things we Loved this Week 4/26/19

Day Goth at Akbar On every second Sunday of the month you can walk into Silver Lake’s Akbar to spend a relaxing afternoon, have a dee-lish cocktail or two, and enjoy the moody tunes of Day Goth, a monthly afternoon … Continue reading

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