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  • Theis Duelund

    Theis Duelund is a journalist and translator. His writing about arts and culture has appeared in LA Weekly, City of Devils, and the Danish publications Politiken, Musikeren, and Netudgaven, among others. A native of Denmark, he arrived in Los Angeles in 2009 to complete six months’ research on the city’s depiction in contemporary fiction, an experience that resulted in his permanent relocation. Duelund has also taught at UCLA and translated a variety of cultural products.

 

Hosts With the Most: Five Great Moments in Recent Emmys History

While wardrobe malfunctions and awkward speeches will be dissected by fashion and celeb blogs, no one faces harsher judgment than the host. Good luck, Seth Meyers Read more...

5 Reasons Shark Week is Better Than Christmas

Television’s most menacing summer event kicked off yesterday; you’re definitely going to need a bigger boat Read more...

One Really is the Loneliest Number When it Comes to Creativity

Joshua Wolf Shenk digs into the social nature of invention from John Lennon and Paul McCartney to Trey Stone and Matt Parker Read more...

Poolside: Six of L.A.'s Best Summertime Pool Parties

Forget the beach. Your best bet for a summer cool down is at one of the many hotel pools around town Read more...

The Rundown: Jon Armstrong

In the past, the jazz musician and composer wrote inaccessible, esoteric compositions. Things have changed. Read more...

Four L.A. Writers Who Deserve a Star on the Walk of Fame

The father of L.A. noir, Raymond Chandler, gets a star in 2015. Here are four other authors who should keep him company Read more...

Four Musical Artists on "East Los High" You Need to Hear

A fresh crop of emerging talent writes a streetwise soundtrack for the second season of the Hulu series Read more...

The Rundown: Gabriel Kahane

How the architecture of L.A. inspired the musician's chamber music and folk rock hybrid album The Ambassador Read more...

The Rundown: Ceci Bastida

How the artist, who plays the Bootleg Theater this week, went from Tijuana ska-punk rocker to L.A. singer-songwriter Read more...

275 Performances, 30 Venues: The Madness of the Hollywood Fringe Festival

There’s no selection committee at this gloriously anarchic festival of storytelling, cutting-edge theater, and shenanigans Read more...

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