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  • December 2, 2016

    Radio silence – at least in Swan Fungus lore – is typically a sign of bad news. Lucky for you (and me!) this most recent stretch of noiselessness was due to my traveling back East for Thanksgiving. I was able to take a nice long break from life in LA before a new work gig starts up on Monday to spend time with family and friends. […]

  • April 28, 2016

    I survived my trip to Vegas last week. Barely. I had hoped to spend a day relaxing in my king-sized bed overlooking the Strip, blogging about my (mis)adventures while snacking on some room service. Such is Vegas. One day’s pipe dream is the next day’s “Oh my God I’m still drunk and I have all these obligations, oh well no sleep!” I might have […]

  • March 20, 2016

    When last we checked in with Dinner Club For Day People, the seven of us were dining downtown at Otium. Remember that whole diatribe I wrote about Nate discarding his gum on a communal plate? Classic Dinner Club moment! Since then we’ve been to Toca Madera (which…I don’t know… I don’t really think I want to review that place) and we’ve struggled to get everyone […]

  • December 11, 2015

    Woke up. Felt slightly chirpy, until I realized I’m a has-been writer whose blog attracts only a fraction of its once-sizable audience. It’s a good thing there’s more than enough food in this city to sustain me, because with out it I fear my sanity would be compromised. What’s more, I have DINNER CLUB to look forward to every month. If you’ve not read one of these […]

  • October 20, 2015

    The 2015 incarnation of Dinner Club (neè Dinner Club For Day People) is currently 2-for-2 when it comes to planning and executing club meetings. If we can successful complete November’s planned meal I think that will tie our longest streak since the club started back in 2011. We did not come out in full force last week, as both Maryn and Louise were tied […]

  • August 19, 2015

    Shortly after I moved to Los Angeles my roommates birthed the idea of a monthly dinner club. It was 2007, and I think it was Sari who suggested the name “Dinner Club For Day People.” The idea was that once a month a group of friends would go out to eat, and at each meal one member of the group was allowed to invite a “Day Person” […]

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