Sundance 2015: Virtual Reality & the Future of Storytelling

Sundance 2015: Virtual Reality & the Future of Storytelling

Give yourself a moment to consider the possibilities of Virtual Reality — the opportunity it presents to grow and expand and deepen our understanding of, and relationship with, the Universe — and you might just find your head dizzy from the technology’s prospects. For me, it’s a “mind = blown” moment every time I dip [...]

Punch Pick for DineL.A.: The Royce Steakhouse at Langham Hotel, Pasadena

Punch Pick for DineL.A.: The Royce Steakhouse at Langham Hotel, Pasadena

On your marks. Get set. Dig in for dineLA! There’s no better motivation to try a new restaurant than during dineL.A.’s Restaurant Week from January 19 – February 1. The best thing about dineL.A.? It’s easy on the wallet (i.e. go to those fancy restaurants now!) because participating restaurants offer specially priced prix-fixe lunch and [...]

Umami Burger Launches $8 “Throwback Burger”

Umami Burger Launches $8 “Throwback Burger”

I’ve been on a gluten and dairy free diet for nearly three months now. For weeks, I’d been craving two things: pizza and a big juicy cheeseburger. So when I heard that Umami Burger was launching a new “classic” yesterday, it was like the heavens opened with a message from God that it was time [...]

Review: The Luxury Technology Show

Review: The Luxury Technology Show

Luxury and technology go together like fast cars and open roads, together you can’t help but enjoy yourself. “From the US premiere of Panasonic’s 4K TVs to the sleek BMW i8, there was something exciting for every tech lover and luxury aficionado,” said Bradford Rand, Rand Luxury CEO at the recent event. He was right. [...]

Tiki No Invites You to Elvis’ 80th Birthday Bash

Tiki No Invites You to Elvis’ 80th Birthday Bash

Octogenarian birthdays aren’t usually associated with riotous good times, stiff drinks and peanut butter-banana sandwiches. However, this is the King of Rock n’ Roll’s birthday, after all. On Thursday, January 8, Tiki No welcomes Elvis fans and impersonators alike to revel in what would have been The King’s 80th birthday. The tiki bar is bringing [...]


Arts & Culture

Sundance 2015: Virtual Reality & the Future of Storytelling

Give yourself a moment to consider the possibilities of Virtual Reality — the opportunity it presents to grow and expand and deepen our understanding of, and relationship with, the Universe — and you might just find your head dizzy from the technology’s prospects. For me, it’s a “mind = blown” moment every time I dip [...]

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Food & Drink

Punch Pick for DineL.A.: The Royce Steakhouse at Langham Hotel, Pasadena

On your marks. Get set. Dig in for dineLA! There’s no better motivation to try a new restaurant than during dineL.A.’s Restaurant Week from January 19 – February 1. The best thing about dineL.A.? It’s easy on the wallet (i.e. go to those fancy restaurants now!) because participating restaurants offer specially priced prix-fixe lunch and [...]

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Out & About

2014 EcoLuxe Lounge Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters LA

As you enter the Beverly Hilton you are greeted by adulation of adoring fans and flashbulbs in the form of murals and wall art. You are quickly reminded this is the site of historic Hollywood events and many stars of the silver screens have enjoyed many, many fun gatherings and glittering nights in this very [...]

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Travel & Leisure

40 Nights of Holiday Lights in Dana Point, CA

One of the best things about the holidays (besides Santa swag) is the majesty and magic of witnessing an incredible light show. And Dana Point in Orange County, hosted by The Resorts of Dana Point, delivers big in this category with the annual Dana Point IlluminOcean. Like the incredible holiday lights of Rockefeller Center in [...]

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Recent Articles

Sundance 2015: Virtual Reality & the Future of Storytelling

Give yourself a moment to consider the possibilities of Virtual Reality — the opportunity it presents to grow and expand and deepen our understanding of, and relationship with, the Universe — and you might just find your head dizzy from the technology’s prospects. For me, it’s a “mind = blown” moment every time I dip [...]

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Punch Pick for DineL.A.: The Royce Steakhouse at Langham Hotel, Pasadena

On your marks. Get set. Dig in for dineLA! There’s no better motivation to try a new restaurant than during dineL.A.’s Restaurant Week from January 19 – February 1. The best thing about dineL.A.? It’s easy on the wallet (i.e. go to those fancy restaurants now!) because participating restaurants offer specially priced prix-fixe lunch and [...]

read more »

Umami Burger Launches $8 “Throwback Burger”

I’ve been on a gluten and dairy free diet for nearly three months now. For weeks, I’d been craving two things: pizza and a big juicy cheeseburger. So when I heard that Umami Burger was launching a new “classic” yesterday, it was like the heavens opened with a message from God that it was time [...]

read more »

Review: The Luxury Technology Show

Luxury and technology go together like fast cars and open roads, together you can’t help but enjoy yourself. “From the US premiere of Panasonic’s 4K TVs to the sleek BMW i8, there was something exciting for every tech lover and luxury aficionado,” said Bradford Rand, Rand Luxury CEO at the recent event. He was right. [...]

read more »

Tiki No Invites You to Elvis’ 80th Birthday Bash

Octogenarian birthdays aren’t usually associated with riotous good times, stiff drinks and peanut butter-banana sandwiches. However, this is the King of Rock n’ Roll’s birthday, after all. On Thursday, January 8, Tiki No welcomes Elvis fans and impersonators alike to revel in what would have been The King’s 80th birthday. The tiki bar is bringing [...]

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Los Angeles Ballet’s ‘The Nutcracker’

Los Angeles Ballet’s The Nutcracker is coming to the Alex Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, Royce Hall and Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center this month! Experience this terrific holiday tradition for one of the below performances: Alex Theatre: Saturday, December 6th, 7:30 p.m. & Sunday, December 7th, 2:00 p.m. Dolby Theatre: Saturday, December 13th, 1:00 p.m. & 5:00 p.m. [...]

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40 Nights of Holiday Lights in Dana Point, CA

One of the best things about the holidays (besides Santa swag) is the majesty and magic of witnessing an incredible light show. And Dana Point in Orange County, hosted by The Resorts of Dana Point, delivers big in this category with the annual Dana Point IlluminOcean. Like the incredible holiday lights of Rockefeller Center in [...]

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Ho-Ho-Hotel Holiday Specials in LA

Surfing Santas, yachts decked with colorful lights, and palm trees trimmed with festive ornaments – these are just a few of the telltale signs that the holiday season is upon us in Los Angeles.  It’s also the time of year when many of the city’s hotels offer a stocking full of holiday packages including special [...]

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“Hungry for Tokyo” Launches in LA and NY

Tokyo’s world-class culinary scene coupled with unique, delectable dishes are at the heart of a new tourism campaign that was launched in New York and Los Angeles last week by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG). To show the incredible quality and variety Tokyo’s cuisine has to offer, the TMG visited both cities, to promote Tokyo [...]

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Spook-tacular Specials from LA’s Hottest Restaurants & Bars

Ready for the Halloween Boos, or shall we say booze? Here are some the city’s best specials! THE CULVER HOTEL: Witches and warlocks will have a “Wicked” good time at The Culver Hotel this Halloween. The bewitching hour begins with Happy Hour Specials including Garlic Fries to ward off the vampires, Deviled Eggs, and $7.00 specialty cocktail “potions” offered from 4:00 pm [...]

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