Rosalie Atkinson Off-Ramp intern
Stories by Rosalie Atkinson
"What we wanted to do was make it as simplified as possible. You can call your spirit and we’ll probably have one mixer with it. Almost the way you’d come home from work and just pour something."
Don’t pay a fortune for a fixed-price meal on Valentine’s Day; we’ve got a long list of recommendations that might save your relationship and your bank account.
Step aside, Sarah Koenig. After a station-wide breakfast, Off-Ramp interns Jesus Ambrosio and Rosalie Atkinson get semi-serious about cereal.
MUNA uses the contrast of danceable music with introspective lyrics, noticeably influenced by other queer dance icons like Robyn and La Roux.
A huge painting of Michael Jordan takes up a corner of the store. There are typewriters tucked into the tall bookcases, vintage shoes lining the windows, and every color you can imagine is on the rack and on the walls.
Monday is MLK Day, and in honor of Dr. King's legacy, LA is hosting a lot of free, family friendly celebrations.
Something about the opening riff of The Smiths' "This Charming Man" makes you want to grab a handful of flowers and unbutton your dress shirt just a bit further than normal.
Next week, you can see Heart tribute band Dog 'n' Butterfly take on Fleetwood Mac cover band Mirage in a 1970s pop rock fan's DREAM. (Get it? "These Dreams" and "Dreams?" Bam!)
Star Wars superfan Robert Colter says he's excited about the newest Star Wars movie, "Rogue One," but he's still thinking about "Episode VII: The Force Awakens."
Bill Murphy, a former fire marshal and current instructor at the Rio Hondo Fire Academy, says it is easy to find warehouses like Ghost Ship in LA. And he says he hopes it'll lead to lasting policy changes.
Mario Batali can think of absolutely nothing wrong with Thanksgiving. And yes, he has an amazing recipe to share with us.
Off-Ramp's Rosalie Atkinson's letter of gratitude to legendary songwriter and performer Leon Russell, who died Sunday at 74.
Typically when crowning a queen, poise and grace are considered paramount. But when crowning the queen of the Pasadena Doodah Parade- judges are looking for contestants with a certain chutzpah.
"There's a lot of restaurants in L.A. and some of them have to go to pretty great lengths to be novel and a lot of the time that's pretty funny."