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  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Scratch Bar is comic relief

     Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Scratch Bar is comic relief
    As much as gastronauts cherish their visits to the avant-garde Spanish restaurants Mugaritz, Berasategui and Arzak, many of them will confess that their last trips to San Sebastian may have been less about 14-course meals of high-modern cuisine than cider-fueled wanderings through the old town, where Txakoli flows and the succession of tapas bars is unmatched anywhere in Spain. And while these travelers can tell you in detail about the fuming tide pools of seafood they were served at Azurmendi or the edible river stones at Mugaritz, their fondest memories may be of the kitschy San Sebastian pintxos bar A Fuego Negro, which exists almost as a modernist joke on the excesses of modernism. At A Fuego Negro, you can snack on sous-vide pigeon breast with beet-juice "blood" and edible buckshot, ham coffee with sweetbread cookies, and pickled pig's ears with Oaxacan mole ice cream. Hyper-intellectual cuisine has its place, but parody can be more fun.
  • Nic Cage's big-money problems: too many mansions, jets, cars and ... dinosaur skulls?

     
    No one is going to throw a pity party for Nic Cage, the $20-million movie star who not only has made more bad movies than Nicole Kidman ("National Treasure: Book of Secrets," "Bangkok Dangerous," "Knowing," "Next" and "Ghost Rider," just...

    Saturday's TV Highlights: Starz has Clive Owen in 'The International'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan 3 - 9, in PDF format This week's TV Movies CONSPIRACY: Clive Owen and Naomi Watts star in director Tom Tykwer's convoluted but stylish 2009 thriller "The International," at...

    Lionsgates novel plan of attack: Blitz em

    Lionsgate’s novel plan of attack: Blitz ’em
    IT'S SOMETHING that few film distributors would ever consider -- premiering four new movies in wide release over four consecutive weekends. But Lionsgate doesn't usually abide by industry custom. Between Labor Day weekend and Sept. 19, the Santa Monica...