BY Gina Furfaro in Music Stuff on Mar 31, 2014 |
Usually music festival season comes with a roller coaster of emotions: first, excitement to finally see who made the line-up, then hope that maybe I’ll actually make it this year, then the crushing, heartbreaking reality when I realize I can’t afford it (unless I don’t do anything else for the next three months).
Luckily for those of you in LA, a super-affordable festival is headed your way. Brokechella, an arts and music festival ... Read More
BY Emma Pacchiana in Movies on Dec 18, 2013 |
Despite Cher's assertion that "the cops usually break them up in twenty minutes and it takes that long to get there," I think we all would have jumped at the chance to go to a party in the Valley if it was anything like the iconic one featured in the '90s classic Clueless. From Travis's herbal refreshments to a scandalous game of suck 'n' blow, the ensemble-challenged Amber, and Murray just keepin' it real, this was the kind of party we all wished we were ... Read More
BY Alanna Vagianos in Artsy on Oct 16, 2013 |
I'm really not one for art or gallery trolling, but once I saw this artwork I immedietly wished I was still in LA. On Saturday, November 2nd, Sloan Fine Art will open its doors to the "Black Moon" two-day art exhibition. The exhibition will feature all new works by California-based female artists Marion Peck, Elizabeth McGrath, Camille Rose Garcia, and Jessicka Addams. In addition to the new art, other merchandise such as books and prints will be ... Read More
Reported by the Los Angeles Times, a new group of Latina bicyclists are now riding the streets of LA with a mission. In light of Hispanic Heritage Month, and the fact that I am a failed Latina bicyclist, I took this article to heart.
The nine-member female group, also known as the Ovarian Psyco Cycles Brigade, uses “feminine positive” slogans and bike with a political purpose. Their group’s playful name intends to create ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Movies on Jun 14, 2013 |
The Bling Ring is based on a true story so strange, it could only have happened in the moneyed ’burbs of L.A. Five teens—four girls, one guy—take their obsession with luxe living to the next level by burglarizing celebrity homes for thrills, bills, and prescription pills.
In Sofia Coppola’s retelling of the crew’s crimes, Emma Watson, Taissa Farmiga, Katie Chang, Claire Julien, and Israel Broussard play teens as familiar with couture ... Read More