Managing Producer, Good Food
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
The friendship between director Jon Favreau and chef Roy Choi creates space for authenticity and discovery in “The Chef Show.”
Oct. 11from Good Food
Curtis Stone goes abroad for some R&D in his new PBS show. Not to be outdone, Besha Rodell visited six continents in search of the world’s best restaurants.
Oct. 4from Good Food
Erik Patterson’s play “Handjob” does indeed include a handjob. So if you’re the kind of person who might be offended by that or by male frontal nudity then this play might, oddly, be…
Sep. 30from Opening the Curtain
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
The frame for John Leguziamo’s latest one man show is an eighth grade history textbook … well that and a bit of racist bullying.
Sep. 16from Opening the Curtain
Think about "Parasite" as a home-invasion story unlike any other.
Oct. 11from Film Reviews
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
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
Filipino American History Month is coming up, so we’re revisiting our special on Filipino food from earlier this year, when Evan and friends embarked on a food crawl of Northeast LA.
Sep. 20from Good Food
It's the battle of the limited series! Plus, will "Game of Thrones" dominate? How about "Veep?" And will a hostless show hold viewers' attention?
Sep. 17from Screengrab
If you’re feeling insufficiently anxious in your life, “Joker” could be just the ticket. If not, look elsewhere to be entertained.
Oct. 4from Film Reviews