Tag Archive for Los Angeles

Heaven Is in the Accessories: Valas Los...

on March 21, 2014 by

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Have you heard about this Pinterest thing?  I’d thought it was quaintly used by fair young maidens planning their…

REVIEW: ‘Her’ Gets Lost in...

on December 20, 2013 by

Every year since I started reviewing films there seems to be one Oscar contender the majority of critics fall over themselves like…

Tory Burch — ‘The Upper East...

on November 13, 2013 by

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So, the other day I made it down the street to check out Tory Burch’s new Rodeo Drive flagship that has…

Streakers and Sluts: Halloween in Los...

on October 30, 2013 by

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Most holidays seem to have a spiritual home.  Anyone who’s walked past Liberty of London in December knows that London owns…

Milan Men’s Fashion Week Spring/Summer...

on June 26, 2013 by

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As I was chomping at the bit for men’s fashion week to start in Milan, I briefly distracted myself by stopping…

REVIEW: Trying to Make Context Fit in ...

on June 7, 2013 by

Call me fuddy-duddy or call me honest, but I’ve never understood the point of adapting Shakespeare to modern settings, with the exception…

Bums on Bikes

on June 18, 2012 by

I said on Friday that if President Obama admitted to being an atheist any time during his second term, I…

Viggle Room

on July 23, 2011 by

THE KILLOUGH CHRONICLES

by James Killough

“I used to think I had narcissistic personality disorder,” James Tuttle once commented to a post of mine on the subject.  “Then I discovered I just enjoyed being good-looking.”  Tuttle is not just good-looking.  In online parlance he is “VGL,”…

Love The Unknown

on July 13, 2011 by

THE KILLOUGH CHRONICLES | INDIA FILES

by James Killough

According to Indian Railways I shouldn’t be writing this.  It’s not like I’ve ever misbehaved on an Indian train, unless you count the time my mother and I were taking an overnight local from Jaipur to Bikaner—which…

La Migra Migraine

on June 29, 2011 by

THE KILLOUGH CHRONICLES | REVIEW

by James Killough

There is nothing inherently wrong with A Better Life, the new film by writer-director Chris Weitz, also known in some industry circles as the Man Who Killed New Line Cinema, although I suspect he just delivered the coup…