Tagged with Los Angeles

Eat Me: A Cunnilingus Themed Art Show

Eat Me: A Cunnilingus Themed Art Show

[Originally shared at LadyClever.com] A FABULOUSLY FEMINIST art show is unfolding in L.A., celebrating — and cherishing — our cherries. The Junior High gallery on Hollywood Blvd. will be hosting “Eat Me: A Cunnilingus Themed Art Show,” a yummy art exhibit entirely devoted to eating at The Y. From the Junior High calendar: “As the title not-so-subtly suggests, this … Continue reading

Designer Donte Livingston’s Successes and Strife in the Fashion Industry

Designer Donte Livingston’s Successes and Strife in the Fashion Industry

  [This interview initially appeared at LA Splash.com.] Incredible luck seems to have lead Donte “Luxe” Livingston down a successful path, but it’s his own inextinguishable innate talent that’s taken Donte from a fashion passionate Philadelphia boy to head designer at his own ready-to-wear costume line. His mother nurtured his early crush on clothes, and especially appreciated … Continue reading

The Federal Bar’s Premium Prixe Fixe Dinner

The Federal Bar’s Premium Prixe Fixe Dinner

[This review originally appeared at LASplash.com.] The extraordinary daily offerings at The Federal Bar are among the most choice California cuisine The NoHo Arts District has to offer. Mini-Stuffed Bleu Cheese Burgers top the appetizers as one of my go-to’s, especially since they’re available in both premium Angus beef and veggie varieties. The generous Greco Burger has none of the gamey aftertaste that … Continue reading

Fonda: Transatlantic Recording with a Vintage Touch

Fonda: Transatlantic Recording with a Vintage Touch

[Originally printed in Performer magazine’s February 2013 issue.] Though they shine behind the scenes in Hollywood, putting music to television and film, David Klotz and Emily Cook have been back in the studio with their L.A. indie rock outfit, Fonda, and they’re primed to take center stage again. The band’s fourth LP Sell Your Memories is hitting shelves via … Continue reading

Measure for Measure at The Whitmore Theatre in NoHo

Measure for Measure at The Whitmore Theatre in NoHo

[Originally written for LA Splash.]  Hosting another bold production of the Bard, The Porters of Hellsgate Theatre Company is currently staging Shakespeare‘s problematic comedy, otherwise known as one of his ‘broken’ dramas, Measure for Measure. The literal cautionary tale begins with two young lovers prosecuted for their acts of love and resulting child out of wedlock, which presents itself … Continue reading

A Bon Vivant Brunch at NoHo’s Bow and Truss

A Bon Vivant Brunch at NoHo’s Bow and Truss

[For Short and Sweet LA, I reviewed a beautiful brunch we enjoyed at nearby Bow and Truss.] Delicious, not pretentious; delicate and light without being too precious: a Sunday morning in the NoHo Arts District gets a boost from a daring desayuno (brunch), at the region’s handsome hideaway, Bow & Truss. Behind tall Game of Thrones-style gates, the generous porch … Continue reading

Abingdon Co.’s Elegant Approach to Aviation Watches

Abingdon Co.’s Elegant Approach to Aviation Watches

[My interview with entrepreneur and aviatrix Chelsea ‘Abingdon’ Welch for LA Splash.] The Abingdon Co.’s distinctive brand name reflects precisely the sophistication, style, and efficiency of their chic line of timepieces for savvy female pilots and travelers. “Its origins, though, are not as glamorous perhaps as what the name evokes,” its founder explains. “I was born in England, … Continue reading

Darrell Wayne’s KTHO Radio Showcases Classic FM Rock

Darrell Wayne’s KTHO Radio Showcases Classic FM Rock

[I  was fortunate to interview old school KROQ icon Darrell Wayne for LA Splash.] Best known to FM rock aficionados as “Insane Darrell Wayne” on L.A.’s world famous KROQ, Darrell Wayne is now an entrepreneur using modern media to find a new home for that classic FM format, founding his own successful station, KTHO. After decades of riding the airwaves, no one … Continue reading

Multimedia Artist Leah Devora’s Eye on Society

Multimedia Artist Leah Devora’s Eye on Society

[My interview with mutlimedia artist Leah Devora for LA Splash.]  This fall, Leah Devora Contemporary Art presents “Voices- Dating in the Modern World”, a multimedia art installation. Devora’s exhibit will incorporate audio of individuals discussing what they’re looking for in a potential soul mate, juxtaposed against modern art of personal ads on the gallery walls, as well as encouraging … Continue reading