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Editor’s Pick: Chuck Klosterman

October 24, 2012

Filed under Books, Culture, Editor's Pick

By MATT ROSENFELD Assistant Sports Editor Everyone has a favorite writer. Mine is Bill Simmons. I am admittedly a sports geek, so the “Sports Guy,” as Bill Simmons is called, is right up my alley. But there is another writer high on my list for a completely different reason: because he makes me think in ways I have n...

The Seersucker: The Uncertain Purpose of Ties

October 24, 2012

Filed under Culture, Style

By KEVIN ZEBROSKI The Seersucker provides a wealth of knowledge on sartorial fundamentals, contemporary male fashion and the mastery of personal style. The tie is an interesting piece of clothing. It serves no obvious purpose. It doesn’t keep the wearer warm, hold together a placket shirt or cinch ...

‘End of Watch’ in Review

October 1, 2012

Filed under Review

James Cromwell was the kind, fatherly and cop-killing police chief in L.A. Confidential. Woody Harrelson was the racist, hedonistic, paraplegic-beating officer in Rampart. If Hollywood were to be believed, there’s not a member of the Los Angeles Police Department who doesn’t steal PCP off neighborhood...

Dining Out: Colicchio and Son

October 2, 2012

Filed under Culture, Food

By ALYCIA SHANNON CONTRIBUTING WRITER Colicchio and Son’s Chelsea restaurant, situated at 85 10th Avenue, offers great options for all foodies. Upon first entering, it was hard to get the general vibe of the place when a perfectly groomed host immediately grabbed my attention as I walked ...

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