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Take an adventure with a few memorable men of summer.
Anthony Bourdain Remembered
By CNN | HarperCollins Publishers
This new book brings together memories and anecdotes from fans reminiscing about Bourdain’s enduring effect on their lives as well as comments from chefs, journalists, filmmakers, musicians and writers. Among the interviewees: Barack Obama, Eric Ripert, Jill Filipovic, Ken Burns, Questlove and José Andrés. The remembrances give us a glimpse of Bourdain’s dedication to travel and eating well (and widely), and his love of the written word.
By James Joyce | Dover Publication
Originally reviled as obscure and obscene, Joyce’s 100-year-old masterpiece stands as one of the great literary achievements of the 20th century. Loosely based on Homer’s Odyssey, the novel traces the paths of Leopold Bloom and other Dubliners through an ordinary summer day and night in 1904—a typical day transformed by Joyce’s narrative powers into an epic celebration of life.
In Theatres Now
This musical fantasy follows the fantastical transformation of shy piano prodigy Reginald Dwight into international superstar Elton John. At the core of the drama: Elton’s struggles with drug addiction and his parents, who refused to accept his homosexuality. The movie is set to Elton John’s most beloved songs which are actually performed by star Taron Egerton. Rocketman also stars Jamie Bell as Elton’s longtime lyricist and writing partner, Bernie Taupin.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
In Theatres July 25
Quentin Tarantino’s ninth feature film is a story that takes place in LA in 1969, at the height of hippie Hollywood. The two lead characters are Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), former star of a Western TV series, and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt). Both are struggling to make it in Hollywood, and Rick has a very famous next-door neighbor: Sharon Tate.
Farm Table Co., a fast-casual concept from the owners of Drunken Crab in NoHo and Santa Barbara, debuted in November near the Federal courthouse, auto dealerships and Costco—replacing a Chinese restaurant called Golden China. The homey space features a glass and wood front, exposed wood beams and sprawling dining room with wood tables. Brick and […]
Award-winning photographer Rose Eichenbaum shares with us her new coffee-table book, Inside the Dancer’s Art, highlighting some of the Valley stories behind the images.