What happens when a prodigy chef realizes his dream, at 19?
Nov. 14, 2018
from The Document
Abraham Alexander hits us with his slowburn take on Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game.” Plus, highlights from new LP SEA/SONS including “Déjà Vu” and “Tears Run Dry.”
from Live From
LA’s iconic hillside stilt houses have been destroyed in many disaster movies, but in real life, they offer residents a thrilling perch in the clouds.
from Greater LA
Prolific author Dave Eggers, founder of McSweeney's, co-founder of 826 National, and other significant projects, first met Micheal Silverblatt in 2000, upon the publication of his…
"I look at the tortilla and work with its natural texture. It becomes a collaboration where the tortilla may suggest things."
from Good Food
LA-via-Brazil troubadour Rogê serves live spins on cuts from his new LP “Curyman,” including album standout “Existe Uma Voz.”
from Live From
Close friend of Michael Silverblatt’s and Bookworm editor for 30 years, Alan Howard guest hosts this episode on grief and loss.
The latest film releases include “A Haunting In Venice,” “Cassandro,” “Rotting In The Sun,” and “A Million Miles Away.”
from Weekend Film Reviews
Poet, author, and co-founder of The Song Cave, Alan Felsenthal guest hosts this episode’s focus on poetry.
First, what lasting damage to the entertainment industry will the extended impasse between striking Hollywood creatives, and the Alliance of Motion Pictures and Television Producers…
from The Business