Tag Archive: art

Mercedes-Benz Transmission LA: AV Club at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

    The Mercedes-Benz Transmission LA: AV Club curated by Mike D (of Beasties Boys fame) opened last Friday at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Downtown Los Angeles. The 3-week exhibition in… Continue reading

MacArthur Park: My New Favorite Pastrami Combo at Langer’s

The #19 is the most famous Langer’s sandwich. It is pastrami, cole slaw, Swiss cheese and Russian dressing. I started ordering the #1 which is all of that minus the cheese. However, whenever… Continue reading

WeHo: The Hudson Block Party Recap

I was invited to check out the Hudson’s first Block Party a few weeks ago.  The block party also introduced Churchill which opens in the next few weeks. Chef Jason Tuley, formerly of… Continue reading

525 DTLA: New Event Space

  There’s a new event space in DTLA. Part art gallery, part space for you to rent for events, 525 DTLA is next to Mas Malo and Seven Grand. I was invited to… Continue reading

Ray’s & Stark Bar

One of the great pleasures of the summer is enjoying a night out at LACMA (the Los Angeles County Museum of Art). On Fridays, there’s live jazz in the courtyard and with the… Continue reading

Pacifico Beer: Adventures on Tap

  Pacifico Beer recently embarked on a 5-city tour to highlight Pacifico is now available on tap. To celebrate, they had kegs custom decorated in the five cities; Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles,… Continue reading

SD: Oceanside Farmers’ Market with Sony’s WX9

Sony’s new WX9 auto-stiches panoramic photos After I got back from London, I almost immediately headed south to San Diego from L.A. It was a terrible drive. It should have taken me only… Continue reading

UK: Tsuru & Tate Modern

After a quickie casual lunch at Tsuru around the corner (touted as one of those good, cheapie lunch spots mostly known for their curry), I headed to the Tate Modern. I’m a big… Continue reading

First Locals Night at Whole Foods Venice

The Whole Foods in Venice is possibly the largest I’ve ever seen. Last week they started a new series called “local’s night” in their Local Artisan Corner. The reception featured the photography of… Continue reading

DTLA Art Walk

The Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk is the second Thursday of every month. I really enjoy this event though it’s gotten so wildly popular you can expect quite the crowd at the various… Continue reading