Category: LA CANVAS

Mustard on the Beat, Ho

Late on a Friday night, friends and I waited outside the entrance of DJ Mustard’s Burbank recording studio for entry approval. Once in, we were led through a dimly lit mirrored corridor lined carefully with framed portraits and platinum records. It

Checking in for the Food: LA’s Best In-house Hotel Restaurants

#1. L.A. Chapter at Ace Hotel Combining a relaxed dining experience with exquisite, locally sourced veggies and seafood, L.A. Chapter is a casual and homey brasserie serving up decadent appetizers and meals. Their daily menu includes everything from unique cocktails such as

En Route: Mexico’s Wine Country

We leave a thick trail of dust behind as the van turns onto a bumpy dirt road. The scenery momentarily lacks signs of civilization, and instead presents us with a rural landscape; a large tract of land in tonal shades, bright

Travel Points: Doing Good with Kind Traveler

Remove the overuse of the word “wanderlust,” and you are left with a term that truly defines the insatiable want to explore outside your own bubble and see a part of the world that’s very different from where you live. But what happens

Summer Happenings at The Broad

Inspired by the unique ideas of groundbreaking artists like Andreas Gursky, Jeff Koons and Robert Rauschenberg, The Broad will be hosting Nonobject(ive): Summer Happenings, a series of monthly events filled with art, music and performances that aim to create a fully immersive atmosphere worthy of

One to Watch: A Q&A with Eliot Sumner

It’s 108 degrees in Hollywood, the height of an unexpected heat wave smothering Southern California, but  can’t be bothered. You’d think the oppressive heat would bother the young Brit dressed like a health Goth ninja (“I prefer Jedi,” she jokes)

The Summer Travel Guide Series: Scottsdale, Arizona

Where did Beyoncé and Jay Z honeymoon? Scottsdale and we’re not joking. The close proximity and desert climate attract more than geriatric golfers, and for good reason. The LA weekend getaway offers more than you’d assume by way of good eats, luxe spas

Golden Sound: Q&A with Producer/DJ Claptone

Masked and anonymous musicians are a dime a dozen but one masquerader catching our attention nowadays is Berlin-based act, Claptone. Coming off performances at this year’s Coachella (both at the Sahara and a surprise performance at the Do LaB stage), Claptone’s

The List: Summer Art Gallery Openings

LACE “The Palinopsic Field” Opening Reception: June 15 LA-based multidisciplinary artist Warren Neidich hits us with an exhibition featuring new and recent works, all revolving around the concepts of McCarthyism, Hollywood and the aftermath of World War II. Attend the opening to connect

Q&A with Jessy Lanza Plus An Exclusive Editorial

No one wants to deal with anxiety but if there is one person who has managed to turn something so unpleasant into a beautiful piece of auditory art, it’s Canadian singer/songwriter Jessy Lanza. Dealing with anxiety was the force behind Lanza’s sophomore album,

Everything You Need to Know About Virginia Black Whiskey

“What ever happened to just having a good time and enjoying your drink?” Seriously. These days it seems like most of us are more worried about how drunk we can get, not caring about the hole we’re burning through our

What To Do When It’s Hot As Hell Outside

The weather gods are mad at us, maybe it’s Trump’s constant allegations that there is no such thing as climate change, or maybe just a super tough nudge to encourage us to REALLY start saving water and energy whilst trying to survive

Yung Jake Week Comes to an End + Pizzaslime Giveaway!

This past week was all about #dankAF artist and rapper, Yung Jake, who took part of a weeklong series of events aptly titled “Yung Jake Week.” He showcased his various talents in each event which ranged from hosting an intimate listening party

Party Animals: Roaring Nights at LA Zoo is Back!

  The LA Zoo is back at it again with the tunes and are kicking off their annual summer music series, Roaring Nights, on June 24th in the most nostalgic manner. Featuring live music from the cover band “Saved by the

Miami’s Real Vice: The Opulent Barton G. Experience

Very few things make us feel like we’re living in total and complete opulence. To think of it, Los Angeles proper can sometimes lack the luster of luxury outside of the Rodeo Dr. block, which almost feels too pristine to

#therealgirl: Inside the World of Arvida Byström

The 24-year-old Arvida Byström’s art looks like a lot of pastel and glitter, often translated to the phrase “ über femme,” and proclaimed as youthful and vain. Bringing the audience face-to-face to challenge these stigmas of femininity is exactly what

Lonely Hearts Club: The Museum of Broken Relationships

Heartbreak in Los Angeles is a pair of silicone breasts—at least to somebody who donated the implants to the collection at the Museum of Broken Relationships LA. “She had felt pressured to get them, and she had three surgeries and

Inside Look: Rachel Comey’s First LA Store

New York fashion designer, Rachel Comey has decided to make her mark here in the west coast by opening an earthy and artfully designed store on Melrose Ave., within the fashion hub of West Hollywood. Only the second shop for

On a Roll: The Vacation E-Issue is Here!

There is no such thing as having too much fun in the sun. As Angelenos, we’re the experts! Yet sometimes you want to venture out of your comfort zone. Hence our Vacation Issue. From shooting the cover with DJ Mustard at the

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