The young Dutch writer who created a sensation in Europe with his first novel, a sort of Amsterdam-set Catcher in the Rye, talks about the perils of recognition and his continuing need to evade seriousness.
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Healing sexual assault through cabaret On a recent Saturday night in Hollywood, a bar was packed with 20 and 30-somethings drinking, talking have having a good time. They were here to see a variety show,… Read More
Without China, who will take our recycling? China’s new recycling policies have upended recycling programs all around the country and here in LA. During the first quarter of 2017, California exported 54,000 tons of mixed plastics. In… Read More