Revisiting MOBS for an LA Summer

Contributing Writer: Anthony C. Stafford If you haven't already taken a summer vacation, odds are you will soon. And if you have taken that summer vacay already, you'll probably be taking another one or doing some outdoor activities at the very least. For that reason...

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Santa Monica: Massilia

HAVE YOU EVER had the experience in a restaurant where your first bite of food sends a pleasing tingle through your body? Then you sip your wine and it’s like a little bit of heaven? No? You haven't had that experience? Then you obviously...

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The Get Around – July 13

Great news for Los Angelenos and art and music lovers at large, the Venice Art Crawl and the Mar Vista Music and Art Walk have joined forces to produce one of the Westside’s most entertaining, visually impactful and sprawling one-day arts and cultural activations: THE...

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NEW TO SOCAL MAG! L.A. DEE DA 2.0!

THIS WEEK: DANCES WITH FILMS FESTIVAL, WONDERWORLD LA DANCES WITH FILMS The opening night green-carpet event for the Dancing With Films indie film festival took place in the gorgeous and historic lobby of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, directly across from the TCL...

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Cleo Mediterraneo Returns to Hollywood

    Cleo Mediterraneo has officially reopened in the heart of Hollywood and we couldn't be more excited for such an addition to the famed Hollywood and Vine intersection. This is Cleo's second location in Los Angeles with the first being on 3rd Street and Beverly....

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HERBERT LIST: Young Men & Still Lifes

     The Fahey/Klein Gallery is pleased to present Young Men & Still Lifes by German photographer, Herbert List --- The first exhibition of his legendary homoerotic male nudes in Los Angeles in over 25 years. List's playful but austere, classically...

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Wisdome: an immersive art park

Left: Leon Hendrix, Jimmy Hendrix's younger brother and Randy Hanson Legendary writer/photographer Belissa Cohen goes psychedelic to experience L.A.’s hidden gem of an “immersive art park,” Downtown L.A.’s Wisdome If you haven’t yet been to downtown L.A.’s...

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Mambo International Kitchen Brings the World’s Cuisine to Southern California

It’s rare to find a restaurant that has the courage to take on offering a variety of international dishes, and even rarer to find one that does so flawlessly. And we’re not talking about a buffet-style restaurant, either! We present to you, Mambo International Kitchen, where you can truly “savor the world on your table.” Located in Northridge on the Northeast corner of Roscoe Blvd. and Tampa Ave., the family owned business is a bit of a hidden treasure — at least until they get their new sign up to let the world know they exist!

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Punk Rock Karaoke

Lots of things have changed, of course, since the L.A. Weekly’s Thursday issue was what you rushed to get a hard copy of in order to gauge your spot in the Hollywood hierarchy and with which to strategically plan every move in your upcoming...

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At the Skirball

Los Angeles fashion designer Rudi Gernreich (1922–1985) introduced the “monokini,” the thong, unisex caftans, pantsuits for women, and enough inventive clothing to earn him a worldwide reputation. Yet Gernreich was far more than one of the most prominent...

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