Robert Abele remembers the "peculiarly joyous specialty born of eating with Jonathan Gold."
Carolina A. Miranda, Jonathan Gold’s colleague at the LA Times, eulogized him by making a kind of collage poem with sentences …
Laurie Winer remembers long lunches with Jonathan Gold.
Tom Lutz and Laurie Winer remember their friend, composer, conductor, and music producer, Glen Roven.
John Powers remembers his friend Jonathan Gold's generous, inviting, life-affirming mantra: "you should come."
Jervey Tervalon remembers his friend, the beloved Jonathan Gold.
Martin Gelin remembers a drive around East LA with Jonathan Gold, who celebrated the diversity that makes American cities great.