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Wi Spa Melts Your Stress Away 150 150 admin

Wi Spa Melts Your Stress Away

Like many gems along the Wilshire Corridor in Koreatown, Wi Spa is a hidden oasis among the neighborhood high-rises. Check out this cool place while touring LA. What lies in what appears to be an office building is 48,000 square feet of relaxation and renewal no matter what time it is. Begin your experience on…

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Mohawk Bend Opens in Echo Park 150 150 admin

Mohawk Bend Opens in Echo Park

As a craft-everything restaurant and bar, new Mohawk Bend is poised to become Echo Park’s go-to dining and drinking destination. The venue boasts 65 California beers on tap plus five from an out-of-state brewer featured each month; true ale enthusiasts will appreciate the two-firkin cask system. Mohawk’s handcrafted cocktail program features a cultivated collection of…

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THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA 150 150 admin

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

Oct. 11. To mark its 25th Anniversary year, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Cameron Mackintosh present “The Phantom of the Opera” in a fully-staged, lavish production, broadcast live from London’s Royal Albert Hall for an exclusive run in movie theaters nation-wide. Such a fun and exciting play to check out while you take a tour of…

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Lucky 13 at Breadbar 150 150 admin

Lucky 13 at Breadbar

Oct. 9-10, 15-16, 21-22, 28-29. Chef Jet Tila (Wazuzu: Encore in Vegas) returns to Breadbar Century City with a new Bistronomics pop-up titled Lucky 13. Alongside chef Alex Ageneau (The Royce), the duo is highlighting an inventive blend of French technique and Asian flavors with seasonal produce. Head over to one of the most unique…

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CicLavia Blockparty 150 150 admin

CicLavia Blockparty

Oct. 9. Celebrate LA’s creativity and diversity at this citywide festival that closes down 10 miles of local roads to create the city’s biggest block party. Find streets that are normally clogged with traffic filled with art, performances, music, and interactive activities, from dance troops to yoga workshops, a mobile DJ booth and a life-size…

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CORKBAR CELEBRATES CALIFORNIA WINE MONTH 150 150 admin

CORKBAR CELEBRATES CALIFORNIA WINE MONTH

Celebrate California wine month at Corkbar as they partner with the Wine instate to offer a rotation flight of wines each week that focuses on a different varietal, growing region or winemaking style. A great place to hang out while taking a sightseeing tour of LA. Also, during the month, you can dine on two…

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THE ELABORATE ENTRANCE OF CHAD DEITY 150 150 admin

THE ELABORATE ENTRANCE OF CHAD DEITY

Through Oct. 9. Think pro-wrestling is all outrageous masks and pyrotechnics? Think again — there’s so much more in this 2010 Pulitzer Prize finalist. The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity slams together thrilling spectacle, incredible characters and geopolitical allegory into an invigorating theatrical experience you can’t find on pay-per-view. Something new and exciting that gives…

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Hollywood Legends Pairing Menu at Lola’s 150 150 admin

Hollywood Legends Pairing Menu at Lola’s

Through Feb. 2012. To celebrate 15 years in West Hollywood, Lola’s Restaurant and Martini bar features an eclectic menu of American comfort classics, another great place to dine while touring LA, such as bacon-wrapped salmon, chimi-churi arctic char, grilled pacific swordfish–paired with cocktails inspired by iconic LA landmark hotels like The Roosevelt, Chateau Marmont, Beverly…

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John Leguizamo in “Ghetto Klown” 150 150 admin

John Leguizamo in “Ghetto Klown”

Sept. 30-Oct. 16. Direct from Broadway, John Leguizamo’s “Ghetto Klown” is the next chapter in his popular personal and professional story. This play is fantastic with nothing but great collaboration between actors, great place to check out while touring Los Angeles. His fifth one-man play follows in the uninhibited tradition of his Mambo Mouth, Spic-O-Rama,…

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Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945–1980 150 150 admin

Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945–1980

Opens Oct. 1. Pacific Standard Time brings together more than 60 cultural venues throughout Southern California to tell the story of the rise of the Los Angeles art scene. The Getty Foundation-initiated collaboration, the largest ever undertaken by the region’s institutions, explores the years after World War II through the 1960s and ’70s. Included are…

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