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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

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