Jean Trinh | KCET
Jean Trinh is a food and entertainment writer, whose work has appeared in VICE, Los Angeles Magazine, LA Weekly, GOOD and The Daily Beast. Previously, she was the Deputy Editor at LAist, and once landed the prestigious role as a judge for a bacon festival cook-off.
Post date: 2018-12-12T09:09:16-08:00
While Los Angeles’ Thai Town may be diminutive in size, only occupying a half-mile stretch in East Hollywood, its existence has been symbolic and influential in Thai culture on a much grander scale, locally and transnationally.
Post date: 2018-07-27T05:00:58-07:00
Restaurant critic Jonathan Gold was a generous man who helped uplift small businesses and the every man, as well as someone who was more than willing to share his wealth of knowledge about not only food but L.A. and the arts.
Post date: 2018-03-14T03:05:53-07:00
When you take road trips and consider art — rather than the cities — as the main attraction, the journey brings about a transformative experience. Here are some road trips to take in the name of art.
Post date: 2017-11-29T10:11:04-08:00
There are many thriving Vietnamese communities in the United States which are also flourishing as culinary destinations.
Post date: 2017-10-04T09:18:43-07:00
Tijuana-based artist collective, Dignicraft, gives depth to indigenous Purépecha piñatas artisans and their painstaking craft.
Post date: 2017-09-27T11:33:21-07:00
It’s not often that artworks that emerge out of community activism and social practices get center stage in art galleries, which makes the latest exhibit at Otis College of Art and Design a particularly unique and poignant one.