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A Tortilla Tournament judge recalls recalls her dad's unique approach to food and childcare.
Sep. 6from Good Food
Written by Amy Ta, produced by Christian Bordal
When it comes to Christmas, Mexicans care more about the Eve rather than the actual day. That’s according to Gustavo Arellano,…
Dec. 20, 2018from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Two brilliant writers talk about a brilliant writer: Ann Beattie and Richard Bausch discuss the haunted dreamscapes of the short fiction of Peter Taylor.
Mar. 15, 2018from Bookworm
Ronan Farrow's book "Catch and Kill" is coming out soon, and already causing drama.
Oct. 11from Hollywood Breakdown
This week, Disney Plus posted a super long Twitter thread listing all the content that'll come with its streaming service next month.
Oct. 15from Screengrab
Producer Bethany Denton wants to know if her meat-eater’s guilt is justified.
Oct. 16from Here Be Monsters
Hollywood has been chasing Chinese money for years, and to do so, studios have been self-censoring themselves so that their movies can be played in the Communist country.
Oct. 18from Hollywood Breakdown
We're about a month away from the arrivals of Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus--with even more services to come after that.
Oct. 8from Screengrab
Shannon James has a full-time job as a dock worker at the Port of Long Beach.
Oct. 17from Greater LA
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I suddenly remember I blocked someone’s number when I see on Facebook that they’ve died, and yes I know that makes me a bad person.
Oct. 9from Martini Shot
Sometimes the “inauthentic” can lead to delicious results. Just ask Ivan Orkin and Chris Ying about Japanese diner food. Chef Josef Centeno says Tex-Mex is premised on inauthenticity.
Oct. 18from Good Food
As the House barrels towards impeachment proceedings following the reveal of the whistleblower's complaint, viewers are not surprisingly, turning to cable to figure out what's going…
Oct. 1from Screengrab