Finally we can expect a visit by British band Bombay Bicycle Club to take place early next year as they head out on a new tour in support of their latest release “A Different Kind of Fix”. Bombay Bicycle Club have scheduled a show here in Los Angeles on Wednesday, February 15th at the…
One of my favorite local bands has always been Ozomatli. They really know how to get a crowd dancing to a mixture of classic Latin rhythms mixed with modern sounds of rock and hip hop. They will play yet another local show this week on Friday, December 9th at Club Nokia in Downtown….
On a gray Sunday morning in an industrial space downtown, there are poached eggs lazily oozing over mountains of Brussels sprouts mac and cheese. There are warm macerated strawberries polka-dotting sweet goat cheese grits. Waitstaff ferry spicy, produce-laden Bloody Marias to plain wooden folding tables. In a corner, downtown-based Handsome Coffee Roasters scribble out lattes. Neighbors in neon scarves linger in an herb-studded garden far beyond their reservation times.
It makes one wonder: Why don’t more Sunday mornings across L.A. look like this?
Front Lawn Before Dawn on Saturday, December 10, 2011
4:30 a.m. - 7:00 a.m.
ADMISSION IS FREE
On December 10, 2011, Griffith Observatory celebrates the last total lunar eclipse of the year with a pre-dawn viewing from 4:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. Join us on the front lawn for this very special occasion. Events and special programs include:
- Telescope viewing
- Stellar Emporium gift store open all day (4:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.)
- Cafe at the End of the Universe open all day (4:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.)
- Building and exhibits will be closed until the normal opening time of 10:00 a.m.
Some things never change. Take the original Du-par’s, for example. Opened in 1938, smack dab in the middle of the Los Angeles Farmer’s Market at 3rd and Fairfax, Du-Par’s has been slinging hash to stars and starry-eyed dreamers since the Golden Age of Hollywood.
So why does its interior look like a Denny’s?
Comedian Galloway Allbright tackles this question and more in an in-depth analysis of Du-Par’s enduring appeal, and why, for a comedian, it offers shelter from the two-drink-minimum storm.
Galloway: I strongly recommend we order our own thing and then get a communal plate of pancakes. They are a delight. Nobody wants to put down a whole order of pancakes by themselves, though. It’s like ordering your own cake. You don’t go anywhere and go, “I’ll have a cake for my meal.” Unless it’s ice cream cake, but they don’t have ice cream pancakes here.
Looking for some amazing Mandarin Zechaun food Angelinos?
Check out Yang Chow Restaurant in Chinatown!
Located in the heart of Chinatown this former diner that was converted into a two room eatery will have you coming back for more!
With reasonable prices and a cozy atmosphere you’ll love this place
Highly recommend the pan fried noodles with chicken, Kung Poa beef and their signature dish the slippery shrimp.
eat up Angelinos!
You might be wondering: “What on earth will Steve-O do at the El Rey next week?”
And I’ll tell you what he told us: “My standup comedy is based on the ridiculousness of my addiction problems, behind-the-scenes stories of Jackass, and how fame changed my life- especially my love life. I also do a variety of outrageous stunts and tricks”
Stunts and tricks and laughs. I’m down
We also heard he’s doing a meet & greet for everyone afterwards
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