You go Hyatt for making it easy for us to plug in our PCs, Macs, cameras, Playstations, Wiis, XBoxes, ipods and DVD players all in one place! Now that's what I call a nice little touch! Want to blow up your recent pictures of your cute nephew on their big 42" flat panel TV? Go ahead! Have to burn off some calories on that business trip? Take your Wii Fit with… Continue
But Jessica Alba doing .. something! I know you wanna watch. C'mon .. how many chances do we get? It's not like she's getting hired for any real movie jobs soon, seeing as she's been the black curse on romantic comedies.
This video is weird. Jessica's outfit is weird. But her arms and deltoids look soooo good. My suggestion is to… Continue
I just saw this on CNN and it's absolutely wild. In this troubled housing market, a couple in Annapolis, Maryland is trying to sell their million dollar home in a radically different way - selling $50 raffle tickets. The Grand Prize is a 6000 sq/ft custom home with 6 bedrooms, 4 ½ baths and 2 kitchens on a level, grassy 2 acre parcel. The winner will receive the… Continue
Last night, I went with a new friend to this French restaurant near Melrose, Comme Ca, and I'm going to make this short and sweet. This place is WAY too loud. My friend was an architect so when I asked him why it was so loud he said it was because the place had only reflective surfaces -… Continue
The International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) is the mission established by the UN Security Council in 2001 to secure parts of Afghanistan to allow the establishment of Hamid Karzai's new administration. The ISAF operates separately, but cooperatively, with the U.S. coalition operation in Afghanistan called "Operation Enduring Freedom". The mission of the ISAF has expanded to provide security for all of Afghanistan, and is presently made up of over 53,000 troops from 43 different…
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel in a post dinner make-out session in Rome.
Perhaps due to friends' impending nuptials, I am in a very mushy mood this week, which means the rest of y'all have to suffer along with me. At this time I shall present - ultra romantical photos of celebrity couples - awwwww. (Back off, economic crisis).
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie visited a Lower 9th Ward… Continue
Opening reception October 11th, 6pm-9pm @ Cerasoli: LeBasse Gallery: Culver City
Some extremely talented artists and impressive works at this group show opening this weekend. Cerasoli: LeBasse Gallery presents their inaugural exhibition, "Blender", with works from Vincent Hui, Melissa Haslam, Ryuichi Ogino, Deth P Sun, Mari Inukai, Jennifer Davis, and… Continue
Scheduled to break ground in December 2008 and expected to complete in 2012, The National Performing Arts Center is more than just eye candy. Francine Houben, founder of Mecanoo Architects, created it in response to the subtropical climate of the city of Kaohsiung. As a result she has received the Cityscape Architectural Award for her expressive design, the integration of the complex into the surrounding park, the advanced theatre design, and… Continue
Added by Eugene on October 7, 2008 at 6:36pm —
Duo from Japan called Love Psychedelico is huge in Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan and making waves in LA this week with two performances. A little pop and a little rock, they're a band that might be worth checking out.
From Laist: "The easiest thing to do upon hearing a new band is to try to relate them to familiar artists. Listening to a few of their hit songs… Continue
Added by alice on October 7, 2008 at 11:00am —
WARNING: This isn't for the lighthearted. Knotts Scary Farm is the oldest, biggest, and arguably the baddest scare-fests in So Cal. Zombies and freakish monsters lurk behind every sagebrush in Knott's three scare zones, CarnEVIL, The Gauntlet, and Ghost Town. This year's event features 13 mazes, which include the new Alien Annihilation (sci-fi meets horror) and the all-night-rave-gone-wrong Club Blood, as well as returning classics such as The… Continue
Added by Eugene on October 7, 2008 at 10:45am —