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So What Do You Do, Sarah Fenske, Editor-in-Chief of L.A. Weekly?
The new EIC reveals whether L.A.'s alternative paper will ever go Web-only and shares why all editors should own, not erase, their mistakes.

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LA Weekly Adopting Five-Star Restaurant Rating Scale - Posted December 26, 2012
This seems like a no-brainer. Especially for an alt-weekly always on the lookout for additional ways to get its hooks into a readership hungry for good eats, great events and the ease of quick-scan capsule reviews. Starting in the new year, LA Weekly will adopt a zero-through-five-stars r... [FishbowlLA]

Gordon Ramsay's Hellish Grove Grub Has LA Weekly Critic Retching - Posted November 20, 2012
A la New York Times and Guy Fieri, LA Weekly restaurant critic Besha Rodell ... [FishbowlLA]

LA Restaurant Critic Disparages Newsweek’s 'Lazy' Journalism - Posted August 8, 2012
Never mind the stock asparagus-lipstick cover shot. What really gets LA Weekly restaurant critic Besha Rodell's goat cheese is the lone LA restaurant included in this week's compilation "Top... [FishbowlLA]

Sarah Fenske on Replacing Jonathan Gold - Posted June 20, 2012
For the latest installment of Mediabistro's weekly series "So What Do You Do...?", I had the pleasure of conversing with LA Weekly editor-in-chief ... [FishbowlLA]

Eater LA Loses Another Besha Rodell Round - Posted May 24, 2012
Within the insular confines of SoCal food journalism, a big deal this past week or so has involved the efforts of website Eater LA to expose the identity of incoming LA Weekly food critic Besha Rodell. The first post by Eater ... [FishbowlLA]

LA Weekly Adds Wine, Food Critics - Posted April 17, 2012
The journalistic place setting of Jonathan Gold is a big one to fill. So it makes sense that several new hires have been tasked at LA Weekly with taking over the Pulitzer Prize winner's culinary beat. ... [FishbowlLA]