Founded 50 years ago, Father's Office is famous for their signature burgers, sweet potato fries, and an eclectic variety of beer from all over the world. Never has a burger, fries, and beer paired up so well. The establishment is so confident that you'll savor every last bit of your burger, that they won't allow any substitution or customize to it. (no ketchup available) The original F.O, located in Santa Monica, has a max capacity of 76 people, while… Continue
Beauty Bar might be a good place to go for a girls-night out. After all, you can get a manicure or a henna tattoo all while sipping on a cocktail. The crowd mainly consists of young hipsters and the music varies between oldies, 80's, and rock. As for me, I'll probably never go back nor invite my friends to go. The dive bar vibe really doesn't justify the $11 drinks and my biggest complaint is that this place tries to be real swanky, but ends up being… Continue
La Paella is exquisite because they keep it simple, but excel in the essentials: the food, service, and the authentic Spanish feel. To start, I would recommend a glass of Sangria which is accompanied by complimentary bread, smooth garlic butter, and ground up olives. Next, decide which of the 31 hot or cold tapas to try as an appetizer. And then there's the paella. The paella is visually aesthetic with so many different colors and ingredients, but it… Continue
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Even with high expectations, "Wanted" kept me at the edge of my seat. Great casting, amazing action sequences, a witty script, and stunning visual effects, make this a must-see movie this summer. Next stop: WALL-E!!
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Winston's is a small, low-key bar that isn't overly impressive but definitely has a lot of class. Used as a venue for the show Entourage, Winston's is so hard to spot from the street that it's almost like this place is a secret. Inside, the decor shoots for the classic 1920's American vibe and consists of black leather benches, ornate oil paintings, lots of small mirrors, and a small vintage crystal chandelier at the center of the bar. The bar can… Continue
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The 50 mpg Tata Nano, aka the people's car, is a proposed car introduced by India's Tata Motors at the 9th annual Auto Expo on January 10, 2008 in New Delhi, India. With a $3000 price-tag, this snap- together car could be just what Indians need and can actually afford, (the middle class household income in India starts at $6000.) But when millions of these tiny little cars hit the streets, it could paralyze the… Continue
25 year old Wesley Gibson (James McAvoy) lives an unassuming life and works in a boring cubicle. That all changes when Fox (Angelina Jolie) appears in his life and recruits Wes into a secret society. With Sloan (Morgan Freeman) giving him advice and counsel, Wes learns about the power he obtains and wavers between newfound heroism and vengeance.
Natural History Museum Part I is a solo exhibition by Los Angeles artist, Carlos Ramos, which will be presented at the Corey Helford Gallery. Ramos' impressive background includes creating numerous shows for the Cartoon Network, Walt Disney Studios, and Nickelodeon. For his first solo show in Los Angeles, Ramos has created 24 large scale paintings that replicate the… Continue
Anime Expo has become a staple for anime fans all over the world, and this year it will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from July 3rd to July 6th. With last year's attendance at 41,671, Anime Expo is the largest gathering of anime fans in its kind. The four day gala is packed with activities, panels, workshops, video and film presentations, live competitions, charity auctions, and concerts. One of the largest and brightest highlights of… Continue
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Watch a fireworks show that is choreographed to patriotic music which will be broadcast on FM radio KXLU, 88.9 and will be in sync with the pyrotechnic display. If you watch the fireworks at Chace Park, music will also be relayed over loudspeakers. The event is sponsored by the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors.…
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There is no doubt that the Edison is one of the most dynamic bars in all of Southern California. Previously downtown LA's first private power plant, the Edison provides an industrial rich atmosphere in a world class lounge. As you enter and go down the long grand staircase you get the sense of how large Edison really is. The vast space has plenty of seating, two long bars, and 1920's music accompanied by silent film that is projected onto the walls.… Continue
Living in Playa Vista and driving on Lincoln Blvd. all the time, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that this mellow, low-key bar was so close to home. A little bit nicer than a dive bar, the Garter has a full bar, pool table, an upstairs-rooftop chill area, and an upstairs room with a DJ, two comfortable looking beds and some plush couches. I wouldn't recommend taking a first date here, but it may be the perfect place to hang out with friends and… Continue
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As I walked into the Medusa Lounge I immediately felt like I walked into a classy goth lounge; the place was decked out with arched stone, small black chandeliers, stained glass and intricate wood carvings. Much of Medusa's decor, such as iron gates and a huge crystal chandelier, was collected from movie sets over the years. After dinner hours, Medusa continues to serve cocktails to the hip late-night lounge crowd. Cocktails are $8 and parking can be… Continue
Hailing from the Windy City, Pose started to graffiti in 1992. Although he tried to quit in 2003, he was unsuccessful and has continued to graffiti both nationally and internationally. About four years ago, Pose helped found a creative agency called Supervision and has continued to design original artwork campaigns for just about every corporation and ad agency. Here's some of his street graffiti.
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Bar Lubitsch (pronounced lou-bitch) is a Russian styled vodka bar located in Weho. Inside, red walls are decked out with old school Russian propaganda, antique mirrors, and little red lamps which make it feel like you're really in Moscow. There is are three areas to hang out: an outside patio for smokers, a bar area room, and a dance floor/lounge in the back. I really liked the place because it really had its own unique character and… Continue
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Have a special occasion coming up or just looking to surprise your special someone with an unforgettable Sunday brunch? Hotel Bel-Air is the perfect place to go! Not too commercialized or trendy, Bel-Air does well to preserve its eloquence and serenity; the gardens within the hotel only add to its tranquility.
The Vista is an ancient Egyptian designed theatre that was built back in the 1920's but was recently renovated and now has a huge screen and new digital surround sound system. The theatre holds multiple functions: audiences have the privilege to watch newly released movies, indie films, and live concerts. The reason that this venue is so awesome is the quality of sound, spacious legroom, plush seats, and the classic vintage ambiance. I watched a show… Continue
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