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JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2014 no. XXXV i s s u e FOOD & TRAVEL

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006 Contributors 008 Forward

010 Malibu ~ Sal Owen 026 Lily Vanilli 028 Ace Hotel 032 EAT-Litist

034 Nick Adams ~ Frank Louis

038 Midnight In Paris ~ Rose Cefalu 056 Juicy ~ Fredric Reshew 062 Dev ~ Rose Cefalu

066 Morning Glory ~ Mike Ruiz 072 Yugoslavian Monuments

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042 Cut ~ Frank Louis 080 TKO ~ Sal Owen

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104 American Grafitti ~ Morris di Leo & Carmen Palmisano 104 Barfly ~ Stella Bonasoni 118 Books

photography SAL OWEN / DE ANNESLEY AGENCY SalOwen.com / DeannesleyAgency.com makeup GARRET GERVAIs for Opus Beauty using cosmetics by Dior Beauty hair JEN BLANCHARD for SoloArtists.com & T3 Tools model JESSICA COLETTE at La Models

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Some of Sal Owen’s obsessions are movies, photography, Polaroid, film, horses and fashion.

Photography makes me come alive; He’s inspired by music, fashion, film and the people in my life. Louis loves shooting both men and women which seems to confuse a lot of people. He will not be put in a box therefor his range is wide ope to his imagination. He also teaches cycling and an avid yoga enthusiast. Louis has two amazing dogs. He was born and raised in NYC and proud to be 3rd generation Italian. La Vita E Bella!

Mike Ruiz is a worldrenowned photographer, who also happens to be a TV personality, former model, actor, spokesperson, creative director and director. He has successfully branded himself across platforms, including print and video, which expands his appeal in the industry. His clients include L’Oreal, Garnier, Jafra and AlfaParf. Mike’s work has appeared in Conde Nast Traveller, Elle, Interview, Paper, Spanish & Brazilian Vogue, Vanity Fair and Verve.

Originally from Los Angeles, Fredric is that rare American photographer to have lived and worked in Europe for over 11 years. He has worked for Arena Hommes Plus, Big, NY Times Magazine, British GQ, Details and many others. Some of his subjects have included actors and musicians such as Kanye West, Fiona Apple, Alanis Morriset, and bands like Massive Attack and Daft Punk to name a few. Fredric not only creates visceral and majestic images, but he is also an accomplished writer director and producer.

Sal’s muses are her children and models she has worked with for years, and finding new personalities to work with over time as well. She is on the board of Dr Doghouse Bully Crew Rescue (DDBCR.com), trains and finds forever homes for pit bull terriers and mixes. Sal Owen’s work has appeared in ‘New York Magazine’, ‘Dazed and Confused, ‘German GQ”, ‘Flaunt’, Vanity Fair and ID. she is currently working on a body of work for a fine art show, that she has been shooting for years of her children in fashion, also moving into short films, mixing stills, and Polaroids for a final project. Sal works regularly on the East Coast but lives in Los Angeles.


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t’s a start of a new year so we decided to kick it off with a food and travel edition of Satellite. I know what I want. I want it all. I want to try everything once.” Anthony Bourdain

“Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch.” ~ ORSON WELLES “After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one’s own relations.” ~ OSCAR WILDE

That’s how we feel about life and so we invite you to try some the things we picked for the issue. An after dark photo essay by Rose Cefalu, Yugoslavian monuments log forgotten that look like they were from a alien planet by photographer Jan Kempenaers, unique pastries from Lily Vanilli in London, musical artist Dev tells us about some interesting baking she does and fashion profiles that spread the globe just to name a few. Hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed putting it together. Editor-In-Chief

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” ~ VIRGINIA WOOLF “It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.” ~ ERNEST HEMINGWAY “to travel is worth any cost or sacrifice.” ~ ELIZABETH GILBERT

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photography & video SAL OWEN salowen.com at De Annesley Agency deannesleyagency.com producers Karina Annesley & Sal Owen digital camera CANON 5D MARK 3 film FUJI INSTAX, FUJI INTANT 3000, ILFORD HP5 makeup GARRET GERVAIs for Opus Beauty using cosmetics by Dior Beauty hair JEN BLANCHARD for SoloArtists.com & T3 Tools model JESSICA COLETTE at La Models production designer LIZ KAY dp’s LARRY HAMMERNESS & JON ARMAN first photo assistant & post production: BRIAN MURPHY photo assistants STEVE MORISSETTE, KATYA GROZOVSKAYA & JAZZY HOWARD special thanks to AARON SCOTT for the Malibu Barbie Beach House Panties What Katie Did whatkatiedid.com Garter belt AMERICAN APPAREL ameicanapparel.net Socks Wolford wolford.com Shoes SAINT LAURENT PARIS net-a-porter.com/Shop/Designers/Saint_Laurent Skin DIOR Capture Totale Dream Skin Makeup DIORSKIN Nude BB Cream Brows Diorshow Browstyler Liner DIOR Crayon Khol Eyeliner, DIORSHOW Art Pen Mascara DIORSHOW Blackout Mascara Lips DIOR Contour Lipliner 169 Grege, Dior Addict Extreme Lipstick 336 Saint Tropez

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ily Jones ,also known as Lily Vanilli, carved out a solid, celebrity-packed fan base well before opening her own bakery. Her foray into sculptural, macabre cake creations like roadkill cake, gingerbread gravestones and marzipan beetles gave sweet treats a contemporary, anti-cute makeover and set her far apart from the mainstream cupcake clan. It’s a touch surprising, then, to find her first establishment, just off Columbia Road flower market, completely void of gore. The baker’s experimental creativity, however, remains on show. On our visit, we ogled a towering pomegranate and coconut Victoria sandwich, glistening honeycomb and ganache tarts and

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individually turned out cherry bakewells. The bakewells – lined up like cherry-topped pork pies – had a unique pastry top concealing buttery, almond-sweet frangipane and a beautifully sharp fruit compote. The more familiar red velvet cupcakes were equally good, as was a heady, deliciously naughty absinthe and mint ice cream. Space is tight with not much indoor seating and a courtyard area packed with customers. Vintage styling and rustic touches, wooden boards on the counters and areas of bare brick, make this a cosy teatime destination – one you’d gladly make the effort to visit on Sunday. LilyVanilli.com

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ce Hotel Downtown Los Angeles, originally built as the United Artists Building and later known as the Texaco Building, is a 243 ft, 13-story highrise hotel and theater building located at 937 South Broadway in downtown Los Angeles, California. It was the tallest building in the city for one year after its completion in 1927, and was the tallest privately owned structure in Los Angeles until 1956. Its style is Spanish Gothic, patterned after Segovia Cathedral in Segovia, Spain. The building contains the historic United Artists Theater, the flagship theater built for the United Artists motion picture studio. The theater was later used as a church by pastors Gene Scott and his widow Melissa Scott under the name ‘’Los Angeles University Cathedral. In October 2011, Scott’s Wescott Christian Center Inc. sold the building to Greenfield Partners, a real estate investment company located in South Norwalk, Connecticut, for $11 million. The building has been completely restored and renovated to serve as a luxury boutique hotel called Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles. It features 180 rooms, a pool, a restaurant and bar, as well as the restored United Artists Theater. But let’s get right to the good stuff: food and drink. L.A. Chapter is the main dining attractions here The restaurant is a contribution from Brooklyn restaurateur Jud Mongell, owner of Five Leaves, plus executive chef/ partner Ken Addington. OpenTable describes their menu p.

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as “Local and organic ingredients, prepared with both classic and modern techniques, as part of the new food renaissance happening in Los Angeles,” serving daily from breakfast through dinner. Think a lighter updated American comfort sort of menu made with seasonal everythings. LA chef Micah Fields (The Standard) is also involved here, and will oversee the Ace’s day to day food prep. Naturally, L.A. Chapter has its own bar, The Bar at L.A. Chapter, and here one will find bottled and barrel-aged drinks, market-driven cocktails made with craft spirits, local craft beer and Old World wines. The Ace also offers a rooftop lounge run by the L.A. Chapter team named Upstairs, and as of January 12 it will serve those around the pool small veggie-focused plates with Middle Eastern flavors. Drinks here, both frozen and otherwise, are influenced by French Morocco. As for design, it’s kind of funny that the indoor/outdoor lounge was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House and Hollywood’s now defunct Les Deux nightclub. Nice. One will also find a coffee bar (sells pastries from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.) and mezzanine bar named (open until midnight), both of which are already up and running. The Ace has an Undefeated-branded gym, an incredibly beautiful theatre/event space, banquet rooms, and a presidential suite. AceHotel.com/LosAngeles

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AT-litist is a fresh and sexy twist on the growing underground dining scene. The “clandestine dining experience” that is EAT-litist combines the allure and appeal of a star chef driven dining experience with the sexiness of a secret urban rendezvous. Michelle Law, CEO & Founder has always had a passion for connecting people and developing communities in the cities she has called home including Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and NYC. Michelle Law is an experienced chef, sommelier and producer of events. She was the CEO of Sassy Soiree LLC and is the founder of Eat-litist, a Los Angeles based supper club. With a firmly established reputation, Michelle’s focus is to continue to offer superior culinary events for the enjoyment of her elite clientele. EAT-litist has a highly curated list of members from EA various industries including financial, fashion, and media & entertainment. Our current members include fortune 500 CEOs, influential and affluent Angelinos, and young Social Media moguls just to name a few. I sat down with Michelle to discuss EAT-Litist and its future. WHAT GOT YOU INTERESTED IN UNDERGROUND DINING EXPERIENCES?

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particular experience rather letting things happen organically. This can be from the design of the menu, the flow the venue, and the interaction between the guests at each dinner. Each dinner has a different theme, chef, location, and overall experience. This confirms no two dinners to ever be the same. HAVING BEEN TO ONE OF YOUR DINING EXPERIENCES. I WENT IN NOT KNOWING ANYONE AND LEFT, I THINK CONNECTING TO JUST ABOUT EVERY ONE THERE. YOUR GUESTS WERE SO FRIENDLY AND APPROACHABLE. HOW OR WHY DO YOU THINK THAT HAPPENS? Thank you William for sharing your personal experience. It is one of if not my number goal for each dinner to try to introduce/ connect everyone. Our members are vetted epicureans and relationships I have built over the last 15 years and because tickets are limited to only a +1 this allows me to be able to make connections happen. Sometimes this is easier said than done. I’ve learned it takes one common interest to bring people from all walks of life together and wanting to build a community and acting selflessly allows this to happen. People say it’s a gift that I have of bringing people together without them even knowing it’s happening. HOW CAN OUR READER ATTEND ONE OF EAT-LITIST DINING EVENINGS? We love welcoming new members. They should go to www.EATlitist.com and sign-up for membership. Once approved, they will have access to information about our upcoming dinners. DO YOU PLAN ON DOING EAT-LITIST IN OTHER CITIES AS WELL?

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to the material. I would be drenched in sweat by intermission at every performance. I lived for it. I miss it. WHAT’S THE FUNNIEST THING THAT EVER HAPPENED TO YOU ON STAGE DURING YOUR RUN ON PRISCILLA? Well at the curtain call for Priscilla the three stars descended down a giant staircase center stage that was built into a huge silver stiletto. I began to walk down the stairs and slipped, fell all the way down and landed at the foot of the stage on zero. The crowd went from applauding to shrieks of horror. I, unharmed except for a busted shoe, got right up and took me bow. The crowd went nuts. RECENTLY, AT THIS YEAR’S MACY*S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE, THERE WAS A LIVE PERFORMANCE OF CYNDI LAUPER’S KINKY BOOTS AND THERE WAS A GREAT DEAL OF BACKLASH OVER IT. MANY WERE OPPOSED TO THE FACT THAT MACY’S FEATURED TRANSVESTITES. HAVE YOU EXPERIENCED SOMETHING SIMILAR WITH PRISCILLA? Absolutely. It was a struggle for us to get any promotion because of the subject matter of Priscilla as well. It was very frustrating. We were lucky we had the opportunity to perform with the Parade and on the Tony Award Telecast. The marketing of that show was especially challenging because they didn’t want to alienate a demographic because it had drag queens in it. They took a more neutral approach to pitching. I wanted us to just own it from the beginning but just like Kinky Boots has seen, a lot of closed minded people exist in the world. WHEN DID YOU FIRST REALIZE YOU WANTED TO BE IN MUSICAL THEATER? I saw a show in my hometown when I was nine. I knew then. I felt incredibly alive and present. My I told my mother after that performance that I wanted to be a performer. It seemed to just be understood in my household that this was going to be my life and my career. I think for the people who really make it happen it has to be a lifelong passion and commitment.

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IF YOU COULD GO BACK IN TIME AND BE THE MALE LEAD IN ANY BROADWAY PRODUCTION, WHAT WOULD IT BE? Probably a show like Singin’ in the Rain or On Your Toes. The leading men back then had to dance and sing just as much as the leading ladies. It’s rare to find male roles like that in newer musicals. WHO ARE YOUR GREATEST INSPIRATIONS? Other than my parents, I find today I’m most inspired by watching other performers in shows or by taking classes. I had icons that I looked up to growing up that I felt like I wanted to mold my career after, but now I’m just inspired by great story telling. I READ THAT YOU JUST PERFORMED WITH LIZA MINNELLI, HOW WAS THAT EXPERIENCE? I’ve had the privilege to work with Liza on a few occasions. Lorna Luft asked me to sing with them at her recent Birdland show in NYC and it was an immediate yes. Lorna created a fundraiser for The Actors Fund as had a few guest stars. I was honored to be a part of the evening. I sang an arrangement of Luck Be A Lady at Lorna’s request. WHAT’S THE ONE THING ABOUT YOU THAT YOU THINK WOULD SURPRISE YOUR FANS? I actually hate being shirtless. SPEAKING OF YOUR BODY… YOU OBVIOUSLY SPEND A GREAT DEAL OF TIME AT THE GYM. OFTEN TIMES, LEADING ACTORS ARE ASKED TO LOSE A GREAT DEAL OF WEIGHT FOR ROLES. CONSIDER THE MOST RECENT EXAMPLE MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY FOR HIS ROLE IN DALLAS BUYERS CLUB AS COMPARED TO HIS ROLE IN MAGIC MIKE. WOULD YOU CONSIDER DOING THIS AND HOW WOULD YOU APPROACH THIS MENTALLY? I’d welcome the opportunity. The reason why I began to train at the gym in the first place was for my career. When I a pirate in the pirate queen I needed to look a certain way. When I was in Priscilla I was asked to slim down a bit too look a bit more feminine. It all depends on the role. I’d love to play a character that required me to transform my body on an extreme level like that. If a roll called for it I’d be happy to do it. WHAT’S NEXT FOR NICK ADAMS? WHERE CAN FANS SEE YOU? ANY CHANCE WE CAN SEE YOU ON TELEVISION? Ill be joining the first national company of Wicked in January starring as Fiyero. As for TV, I filmed a pilot in August called For Real. I’m keeping my fingers crossed you see it somewhere soon. NickAdams.biz no.

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he brutalist war memorials found throughout the former Yugoslavia were weird enough when they were built in the 1960s and 70s. Today, separated by the end of an architectural movement and the disintegration of the country, they seem almost alien. Belgian photographer Jan Kempenaers treats them purely as artistic objects in his book, Spomenik, named for the Serb-Croat word for monument. Known for photographing geographical oddities, Kempenaers was captivated by the spomenik after seeing them in an art encyclopedia. After hearing that many had been destroyed or abandoned, he set out to record what was left. Thousands of the monuments were commissioned by dictator Josip Tito to commemorate the resistance against Axis invaders during World War II. The abstract style stood in contrast to socialist realism and also served a political purpose. “Tito couldn’t erect figures or busts in honour of generals because he didn’t want to be seen to be favouring any ethnic group, for example a Bosnian general or a Serb war hero, so instead they made these things that didn’t refer to people,” Kempenaers told The Guardian. Although the monuments, made of reinforced concrete, steel, and granite, used to be tourist attractions, they have receded into obscurity since the fall of the Soviet Union and the Yugoslav Wars. When Kempenaers told locals what he was photographing, he says they thought he was crazy.

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he Silver Spoon, the most influential and successful Italian cookbook of the last 50 years, is now available in a brand new revised edition. Originally published in 1950, it became an instant classic, selling over one million copies in eight editions. Considered essential in every household, it continues to be one Italy’s the most popular wedding presents.

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Getaways Around The Workd is a compilation of 100 hotels, in countries from Abu Dhabi to Vietnam, the two volumes make it a breeze to choose where to relax next. The gamut runs from dream castles like Villa Feltrinelli on Lake Garda to the glass-fronted hipster chic of Juvet Hotel in Norway; from Mediterranean pensiones with nostalgic flair and moderate rates to the pricey-yet-worthy desert glamour of Amangiri resort in Utah’s canyon country. Even dedicated web scouts will be tempted by this book to cuddle up on their sofa for a round of paper traveling. While fans of interior design might use it as an inspiring global selection of splendid sofas, beds, lights, and bathroom features. Taschen.com

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