Tagged with NoHo Arts District

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

#sorryimnotsorry: No, I Don’t Own A Fixie

#sorryimnotsorry: No, I Don’t Own A Fixie

[This essay was originally hosted at LadyClever.com] Counterculture king Joseph Gordon-Levitt makes everything look cool. And in the 2012 film Premium Rush, JoGo plays a bike messenger in bustling Manhattan, named Wilee. Other riders have a laugh at his expense because he’s nerdily fascinated with what’s colloquially known as his “fixie”: a fixed-gear, steel-frame bicycle … 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

“Silencing Silas” Featured at NoHo Noir Showcase

“Silencing Silas” Featured at NoHo Noir Showcase

Always expanding his extensive repertoire, entrepreneur and communications professional Anthony Mora assumes his oft-visited role as playwright yet again, contributing to an upcoming local noir festival. Mora published his first novel Bang! A Love Story in 1998. The following year, ER star Linda Cardellini brought a stage adaptation of BANG! to life in both Los Angeles and New York. He also served … Continue reading