When Jonathan Gold passed last year, we gathered the voices of colleagues, friends, chefs, and listeners to celebrate the man who taught us how to eat and live in LA.
Remembering Jonathan Gold (1960-2018)
From this Episode:
Jen Ferro reflects on Jonathan Gold
Jonathan Gold’s voice was introduced to the world through Good Food in 1998. Instrumental in bringing him on the show was current KCRW president Jennifer Ferro , who...
Publishing Jonathan Gold
Mike Sigman was publisher of the LA Weekly during both of Jonathan’s stints at the paper. He recalls Jonathan’s early years as an irritable young writer with a penchant for...
A tribute from former colleagues
Several of Jonathan’s former LA Weekly colleagues offer their memories of working with Jonathan.
Jonathan's impact on restaurateurs
At a time when restaurant criticism was fixated on fine dining, Jonathan Gold championed taco trucks, Ethiopian food, and San Gabriel Valley noodle shops.
Good Food's producers reminisce on waiting for Jonathan Gold
Jen Ferro’s successors as managing producer of KCRW’s Good Food recall their time working with Jonathan.
LA Times arts and culture writer Carolina Miranda was not only was a colleague of Jonathan’s during his final years at the Times, she was a friend who often dined in his...
Dining out with Jonathan
LA Times Food editor Peter Meehan was a dear friend of Jonathan Gold's. In recent years, he share more meals with the late restaurant critic than anyone outside his...
Jonathan's impact beyond LA
Last year, the LA Times restaurant critic Bill Addison made a bold statement. Then writing for Eater, he said California was now “ the most influential force in American...
'City of Gold'
Filmmaker Laura Gabbert spent nearly five years filming Jonathan Gold for her acclaimed documentary about Jonathan, called “ City of Gold .” She shares with Evan what...