James Bartlett | KCET
Originally from London, James Bartlett has been living in Los Angeles since 2004. He is the author of Gourmet Ghosts – Los Angeles (2012) and Gourmet Ghosts 2 (2016) and has written for the Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, BBC.com, BBCAmerica.com, Hemispheres, American Way, Skylife, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, Film Ireland and The Historian. He is also a contributor to BBC Radio.
Post date: 2018-09-28T14:31:20-07:00
There are hundreds of varieties of avocado, but the Hass is by far the most popular. It has a special relationship with California, which grows over 90% of avocados grown in the U.S., most recently around 350 million pounds a year.
Post date: 2017-08-17T16:45:33-07:00
Immigrants from Great Britain, India, and elsewhere have brought cricket to California as a reminder of home.
Post date: 2017-06-16T12:22:15-07:00
The hottest ticket in Los Angeles at the moment isn’t for a new restaurant, a pop concert or a sports showdown – it’s for the re-opening of a Masonic Temple on Wilshire Boulevard.
Post date: 2017-03-16T13:09:17-07:00
Every Wednesday morning for over 90 years, Angelenos have gathered together in Griffith Park to sing songs, recite a strange poem, meet new friends and breakfast on ham and eggs. Or, as the members of the Los Angeles Breakfast Club would say: MNX.