Theodore Gioia is a critic living in San Francisco. His work has appeared in The Believer, Los Angeles Review of Books, Virginia Quarterly Review, and the SCHOLAR. His past jobs include host at an Olive Garden and partnerships director of McSweeney’s. He is currently writing a book on California’s evolving food culture.
As performances go digital, artists must reconsider their relationship to audiences
by Theodore Gioia | Monday, July 06, 2020
The social media site has popularized grain bowls, kale smoothies—and a new form of prayer
by Theodore Gioia | Monday, July 01, 2019
How did classical music in movies and television become synonymous with villainy?