Frances Lam, Arellano, Birdsall, Pete Wells, Rosner, Gershenson, Paolo Lucchesi, Zimmern, Sietsema
Pancreatic, damn. At least it was rather quick
And here are the ones that won him the Pulitzer.
Thank you for sharing that link, ernie: I am trying to avoid giving any traffic to the LA Weekly site and so haven’t been there to reread some of his (many!) classics. This was very bittersweet.
This morning, I read an article on Grub Street highlighting the planned tribute,
“city of Gold”
Wish I could take part.
If you’re on Twitter, the #LAGold #CityofGold and #JonathanGold hashtags will show some of the images/video of LA bathed in gold light in Saturday, @Rooster.
Here are a couple:
Personally, I think the best way to honor the man is to seek out new-to-me foods and cultures - whether I’m here in Pasadena or elsewhere - and break bread.
In doing so, may I better myself and, I hope, forge connections and appreciation for the richness and complexity of the world.
Agree but its pretty cool to see a quiet humble writer honored this way. What he meant to so many displayed in a single remark. pure gold.
Not to mention the up and coming writer.
This is perfect and so bittersweet, too.
From a few days ago…