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Juliet Bennett Rylah

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Juliet Bennett Rylah is a Los Angeles-based journalist who writes about history, art, culture, immersive theater, food and travel. She loves cats, Halloween and urban legends. Follow her via @jbrylah.

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Southland Sessions

How to Record Yourself on Your Phone

Though studios may be closed and you might be socially distancing from your crew, you can still use your phone to record performances, and the internet to share them with the world. Here are some basic tips to make the most of your at-home studio. 
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Southland Sessions

How to Give Great Virtual Interviews

Because of the pandemic, interviews are most commonly conducted online or over the phone, so we’ve got some tips to make the most of your virtual interviews.
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Southland Sessions

How to be Productive When Art-Making Is Slow

Many artists find work has dried up due to COVID-19, but it doesn’t mean you have to stop working entirely. Several artists and people who work with artists share their best tips on things to do when work is slow.
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Southland Sessions

As Pandemic Continues, Theater Becomes Increasingly Personal Online

From personalized poetry readings to guided ritual-making, theater is able to collapse physical space and create intensely personal experiences.
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Fine Cut

Young Filmmakers Brave A Changed World in 2020

What happens when you graduate in the middle of an unprecedented global pandemic that requires you to stay six feet away from everyone outside your household? For film students, it’s a mixed bag.
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Southland Sessions

Tips and Practices for Conducting an Online Workshop

We asked experts and artists who’ve recently made the transition to online workshops for their best tips, caveats and practices.
Cover for "Sleeping Swin" in which listeners the liminal state between sleeping and waking, dreaming and reality. | Courtesy of The Unmarked Door
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Southland Sessions

Immersive Audio Allows for Virtual Trips and Visceral Thrills

Rolfe Kent is producing 360 sound to create adventures so immersive you’d swear you were there.
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The Migrant Kitchen

The Family Behind Porto's Cuban Coffee

If you’ve ever ordered a coffee with your potato balls at Porto’s, you were drinking Gaviña coffee. What the casual consumer may not realize is that the Gaviña family tells a classic Los Angeles immigrant story, not unlike the Porto's family, and it begin
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Meals Ready to Eat

Eagle Yu's Whole Animal Butchery

There’s so much more to meat than just steak or bacon, just ask Eagle Yu of Aged Butchery who specializes in whole animal butchery. 
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The Migrant Kitchen

Popular L.A. Food Mashups and Why We Love Them

Angelenos love food mashups. We have a culinary diversity here that makes it easy to share.
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