Category: EDITORS PICK

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

Gregory Siff ‘s Portrait of an American Ice Cream Man

This past weekend, acclaimed multimedia artist Gregory Siff debuted his new collection of artwork in his DTLA studio. The series is sentimentally named Portrait of an American Ice Cream Man, inspired by Siff’s beloved childhood neighborhood ice cream man, Gus.

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

Drink and a Show: 5 Venues with Killer Bars

Here in Los Angeles, we certainly aren’t left wanting for a place to catch live music. Getting a great cocktail in the same place, however —now that’s another story. In the spirit of our favorite weekend antics, we rounded up a

C.R.E.A.M: A Look into CatVideoFest

What’s better than the opportunity to watch adorably hilarious cat videos on the BIG screen while surrounded by people who share the “cats rule everything around me” motto? Nothing. Nothing at all. CatCon is presenting the first annual CatVideoFest to

Chicas Tacos: Downtown’s Newest Taco Spot

If there is something LA will never have enough of, it’s a solid taco spot. Newly opened Chicas Tacos however, not only serves a variety of loaded (and we mean loaded to the point where there’s a flaco option) tacos but the Baja-style

The Los Angeles Rap Map of 2016

A trending topic in some of our favorite new jams is the mention of our golden-hour-induced city. From Drake’s house to South Central, SKRT around LA by way of the big names in the rap game who have dropped new

Moving Images: Resident Advisor + KCET In “Real Scenes”

It looks like the shiny underground music culture of LA is getting a well-deserved spotlight. Through the world’s biggest online electronic music magazine, Resident Advisor, and KCETLink Media Group, the national indie-nonprofit digital broadcast network comes a nine-part documentary series, Real

CRSSD Festival 2016 Recap: A Photo Diary

Our fingers aren’t crossed anymore now that CRSSD Festival 2016 has gone down as the hottest ticket that launched festival season this year. In a powerful booking effort that takes it to a top tier experience, CRSSD brought in performances by

Maradentro Brings Their Seaside-Style Mexican Food West

Most of LA’s best Mexican food comes by way of truck or street stand. Think Echo Park’s Quesadilla queen with her blue corn. On the other end of the economical and authenticity spectrum, we also have a burgeoning scene of

Kendrick Lamar Blesses Us With Surprise Mini Album “untitled unmastered”

Completely unexpected and utterly well-received (we’re not complaining!) Kendrick Lamar’s mini album,untitled unmastered, is the perfect follow-up to How to Pimp a Butterfly. Yup, we wanted more and Lamar simply came through. The 8-song album is the studio version of songs that Lamar performed on

Sun Chasing in LA: 5 Outdoor Lunch Spots

While the rest of the U.S. huddles around a blazing fire — hot cocoa in hand, red-cheeked and freezing; we Angelenos are experiencing a heat wave. With mid-day temperatures reaching into the mid 80’s, we thought it would be appropriate

Worth the Hype: Chef Bryant Ng Wows Again with Cassia

    There aren’t many restaurants we can get all of Los Angeles’ chefs to agree are good, but Chef Bryant Ng’s The Spice Table was one of them. Having been forced out of its Little Tokyo location by the

Børns: Staying Cool with the Synth-Pop It-Kid

  If you think you can hear the sounds of Los Angeles in the Børns debut album Dopamine, but you can’t quite put your finger on it, it might be the howls of coyotes that he recorded for his song

Art Talk: A Look at The Broad Museum’s Un-Private Collection

Monday night, we took a stroll over to Downtown LA’s newly solidified arts and culture enclave on Grand Ave. for The Broad Museum’s Un-Private Collection series. The paneled discussions, which feature distinguished cultural leaders and artists, began back in 2013 and

FIRST LOOK: Free People’s November Magalog

Free People releases a first look at their highly anticipated November Magalog, and it oozes tropical holiday cheer. Featuring an ‘Editors Letter’ penned by artist Cleo Wade, the Magalog comprises four editorial shoots starring head-turning stunners Taylor Hill, Magdalena Frackowiak,

The Unstoppable Sophia Amoruso

Entering the corridor of 523 W 6th street is a trip. The Beaux-arts style PacMutual building just west of Pershing Square in Downtown LA feels unmistakably adult. Scrolling through the directory, the words Nasty Gal stick out among the dentists’

Toro y Moi: How the Chillwave Phenom Found His Groove

    Few modern artists have the ability to mine influences and create work that is truly unique. A handful of names comes to mind—Daft Punk, Neptunes, Dilla, Kenny Dixon Jr, et al. Enter Chaz Bundick. Born and raised in

Yuri Pleskun for Los Vladimirovich FW 15/16

  Los Vladimirovich Владимирович Marath & Yurik Menswear Collective (LVM&Y.MC)’s Fall and Winter Collection, named “ACTS OF GOD,” was inspired, ironically, by the everyday-ness of the common man. That is, a common man with impeccable taste. Embodying the casual and

Listen Up: Our Favorite Podcasts Right Now

  Podcasts are perfect for word and idea junkies—because they’re more engaging than music, but don’t require all the faculties that a full-on conversation does. Think of them as little, almost voyeuristic peeks into people’s minds, bite-sized food for thought to consume while

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