The Coens triumph in old Greenwich Village
The story of the father of combat TV as told by female wrestlers, punk rockers and a furniture-throwing pacifist
For the most part, we had a pretty great time at FYF Fest this year! Still, some of the bands kind of sucked it up -- and there were some logistical and fashion-oriented problems as well. So let's complain!
Jeff Bridges isn't exactly typecast from his role as the Dude in the Big Lebowski, but it is a character he'll be remembered for as long as there are still Little Lebowski Urban Achievers out there. Sometimes, it's hard to tell where the Dude ends and Bridges begins. But it's an image he's not nec ... More >>
After wading through a nearly full parking lot of cars, some--according to their plate frames--from as far away Valencia, Riverside and, yes, Kentucky, which is where Lebowski Fest started 12 years ago (Louisville, to be exact), your intrepid reporter tonight ran into Barry Asher, the "master bo ... More >>
The Weekly celebrates Matt Coker's Mr. Lebowski man-crush
Today's story "The Dude Zen and Now" is mostly about the spirit of The Big Lebowski character and secondly about the Lebowski Fest event at Fountain Bowl in Fountain Valley Saturday night.It's thirdly about the Coen brothers' movie from which all this nonsense sprang 15 years ago.
The bowling side of the March 22-23 Lebowski Fest will be staged at Fountain Bowl. The Lebowski Fest LA Bowling Party will be held at the Fountain Valley alley on the second day. Lebowski Fest LA opens March 22 with a Movie Party at Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. Dude's movin' up.
Amidst the boycotts and the "buycotts" of the Chik-fil-A brouhaha, here's some levity courtesy of the always topical Funny or Die. The parody of a 70's era TV commercial, released late last week, has John Goodman as The Colonel in full regalia and has more zingers than a Double Down has sodium. ... More >>
KCBS/Channel 2 news can't blame two thugs who mistakenly roughed up the wrong Jeffrey Lebowski on behalf of Jackie Treehorn for the case of mistaken movie identity the station put out to the world last week.It can blame Examiner.com, however.
The Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion show presents pastiches of classical paintings and the Coen Brothers' classic film, to uneven results
The reunited band know that being emo means never being afraid to say you're sorry
The Coen brothers take their tongues out of their cheeks for 'True Grit'
The Big Lebowski