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The author reads Nantucket Blue.
The author reads and signs Odd Duck.
The painter signs his monograph Ice Age.
The author reads Firecracker.
The author signs My Dirty Dumb Eyes..
In Marble Season, Gilbert Hernandez creates a world that is as detailed as it is vague. The setting is suburban America, in a neighborhood similar to the one the famed cartoonist knew as a child in Ox... More »
It's rare that an artist reaches the heights in such disparate worlds as gritty independent comics and British psychedelic music, but Oxnard-born cartoonist Gilbert "Beto" Hernandez has for more than 30 years taken his experiences from life and... More »
Evan Wright is a journalist (and former L.A. Weekly contributor) who has covered CIA hitmen, neo-Nazis and Internet con artists. His widely praised Generation Kill details his experience with the "killer elite" during the 2003 U.S.-led invasion... More »
Last year, Disney started selling T-shirts online inspired by the cover of Joy Division's Unknown Pleasures. You know your band has reached pop culture's apex when even Mickey Mouse is jacking your image. Add to that countless books, movies,... More »
Let the tour buses take the throngs to visit Marilyn Monroe's handprints at Grauman's Chinese Theater or to press their noses up to the windows on Rodeo Drive and wander Beverly Hills like they're Jul... More »
When you compare those big, cavernous chain bookstores to a quaint, personalized spot like Skylight Books, it's no surprise that the former have mostly been shuttered, while the latter continues to flourish. Stroll by and you might catch the strains of a group playing Talking Heads tunes in between Jonathan Lethem's reading of his book on the band. Join one of its book clubs and find yourself with a bunch of smart new friends from the surrounding cool-kid neighborhood, Los Feliz. Browse the... More »
You may be feeling apocalyptic about brick-and-mortar bookstores; perhaps your doomy self keeps telling you soon we shall sit quietly in front of our computers in the dark facing the comforting Amazon glow, wondering why we have forsaken the soft touch of the page for the cold, hard, lifeless buzz of a screen. Until that day, we can still flock to Skylight Books, the best indie bookstore in town. (Book Soup is almost as good, and scores bonus points for longevity and what some might call... More »
They're so rare to find these days - but so great to spend an afternoon in when you find them. Fantastic books are crammed in every corner of this crowded shop - but the amazingly knowledgeable staff are there to help you find your way and/or turn you on to something new.
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