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Brewery Artwalk 150 150 admin

Brewery Artwalk

April 16-17. More than 100 artist studios at the former brewery open their doors. The twice-annual event offers goers the chance to see new works of art, speak with the artists and purchase works at non-commission studio prices. I thought most would like something unique to do, so I recommend you add this on your…

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“Magnum” Culinary Pop-Up Series at Royal/T 150 150 admin

“Magnum” Culinary Pop-Up Series at Royal/T

On April 17-19, dynamic duo David Haskell and Chef Joseph Mahon pop up at Royal/T in Culver City for three nights of innovative cuisine and innovative drink pairings. Diners have a choice of a five ($62), seven ($80), or ten-course menu ($118) with optional wine pairings ($45-92). The event pairs Mahon’s French cuisine with Haskell’s…

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Dengue Fever, The Holloys, Jail Weddings 150 150 admin

Dengue Fever, The Holloys, Jail Weddings

Formed in 2001, Dengue Fever has been one of the most enduring, hype-sustaining acts in the L.A. area since its inception, largely because there’s not another band in the universe that does what they do. Theirs is a timeless, genreless, polyglot sound forged of surf guitar, space rock, Afro rhythms and Cambodian pop. This has…

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At its best, Japanese sashimi is something exquisite; delicate ultrafresh nibbles meant to be contemplated as much as they are to be eaten. Korean sushi is something else entirely – it is bar food, seasoned with raw garlic and hot peppers, smeared with bean paste, consumed in great quantities with flowing oceans of soju or…

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Gordon Getty Concert: Metropolitan Opera Artists 150 150 admin

Gordon Getty Concert: Metropolitan Opera Artists

There are few things that can beat a great museum, complete with dinner in the restaurant and a concert to complement one of the exhibitions. And even fewer that can beat the Getty for content and atmosphere, and a concert featuring some reigning operatic stars. This weekend’s Gordon Getty Concert: Metropolitan Opera Artists features electrifying…

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Dine with Chef Philip Dubose at Asia de Cuba 150 150 admin

Dine with Chef Philip Dubose at Asia de Cuba

Angelinos, and those visiting our city, expect nothing less than the best Los Angeles things to do, and when it comes to Los Angeles dining, we not only want to eat food that makes our taste buds explode with ecstasy, but sometimes we want to learn all the chefs secrets as well. Luckily you have…

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Bike Night 150 150 admin

Bike Night

Tonight’s Bike Night at the Hammer means you have an excuse to finally jam “Bike,” the last song off Pink Floyd’s The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, and not feel so ironic or self-conscious about it. Hosted by artist Lisa Anne Auerbach, it features screenings of BMX classic Rad (1986) and a series of bike-related…

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Blue Plate Oysterette – Santa Monica 150 150 admin

Blue Plate Oysterette – Santa Monica

Blue Plate Oysterette 1355 Ocean Ave Santa Monica CA 90401 (310) 576-3474 Blue Plate Oysterette will easily become your favorite neighborhood sea-foodie restaurant. Perched high up above the ocean in Santa Monica on Ocean Drive, the restaurant has outdoor seating where you see nothing but blue skies and even bluer water. The menu features seafood…

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Sperry Top-Sider debuts in Los Angeles 150 150 admin

Sperry Top-Sider debuts in Los Angeles

A staple in every prep’s wardrobe, Sperry Top-Sider has made its West Coast debut, settling in at the Westfield Century City just in time for spring. The classic American brand, best known for its Top-Sider boat shoe, creates footwear for people who are active in the outdoors. These shoes have a following that dates to…

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Paris: Life & Luxury at the Getty Museum 150 150 admin

Paris: Life & Luxury at the Getty Museum

During the 18th century, many in the upper echelons of societies throughout Europe were Francophiles, imitating French fashions of dress and furniture in their daily lives. Paris: Life & Luxury, opening April 26 at the Getty Center, re-creates a day in the life of a Parisian townhouse during the mid–1700s, reimagining through art and material…

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