Scott Timberg

Scott Timberg is a former staff writer for Salon, focusing on culture. A longtime arts reporter in Los Angeles who has contributed to the New York Times, he runs the blog Culture Crash. He's the author of the book, "Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class."

The ballad of Tift Merritt: New album "Stitch of the World" shows how tough she is Scott Timberg
What will Gaga deliver? Pro-LGBT singer may unload on the new president and his lieutenant Scott Timberg
"La La Land" and the Oscars: Why the movie attracts haters Scott Timberg
"La La Land" plays itself Scott Timberg
We will miss Barack Obama for a lot of things but not his cultural policy Scott Timberg
The "La La Land" backlash: Will it last until the Oscars? Scott Timberg
Hollywood activism: What is it good for? Scott Timberg
Surviving President Trump: “This happened,” author Gene Stone says, “because not enough of us did something” Scott Timberg
Remembering Octavia Butler: "This country views people like Butler and like Oscar as aliens and treats people like us like we’re from another planet" Scott Timberg
Remembering John Berger: The English art critic helped bring ideas to TV Scott Timberg
Amanda Palmer's rose-colored glasses: Don’t bet on Donald Trump making “punk rock great again” Scott Timberg
Alt-rich: Obnoxious Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos scores huge book advance Scott Timberg
Suffering from Trumpsomnia? “Now I feel like a madman has taken over” Scott Timberg
A great year for live music: From Wilco to Eleanor Friedberger and Philip Glass Scott Timberg
The Christmas tree whisperer Scott Timberg