LACMA Special Exhibit: Drawing in L.A.

Drawing in L.A.: The 1960s and 70s Need some creative inspiration? Come see LACMA’s newest exhibit showcasing the drawings of nearly 50 LA-based artists from the 60s and 70s…before the rise of Photoshop. Their work comes from several genres, including realism and abstract, and utilize a variety of mediums that include pencil, charcoal, ink and…

A Retro Gem: The Blue Room

Want to party like Clark Gable, Wizard of Oz author Frank L. Baum and Walt Disney? Check out the newly-renovated Blue Room located in the Los Angeles Athletic Club, where you can soak in the club’s 103-year history while enjoying the brand new bar. Check out Curbed LA for more information.

Arts District Co-Op

Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 20 local artists, designers, crafters and retailers gather to sell unique vintage and new items in Downtown Los Angeles. Located in an industrial warehouse just one block away from trendy Urth Caffe (post-brunch shopping, anyone?), this small flea market features an eclectic mix of homewares, clothing, accessories and more sure…

Afternoon Delight at the Standard, DTLA

RSVP online and pay at the door to join one of LA’s longest-running pool parties. Hang out poolside and dance to house beats on the Standard’s famous rooftop deck. Then, cool down with a Popsicle and take in the city views. Life is good. RSVP here. Dates: June 14, July 5, August 16, September 20…

The Walker Inn at the Normandie Club

We’ve got the dish on the hottest new speakeasy in Koreatown: The Walker Inn. The geniuses behind Downtown’s Varnish and Honeycut have teamed up to bring an exclusive, high-end cocktail experience in the newly renovated Hotel Normandie. Tucked behind the Normandie Club, the reservation-only bar will feature a constantly changing menu of mixologist-created specialty cocktails…

Osso: A New Restaurant With a Saucy Past

Craving salt and vinegar chips, white cheddar popcorn, or a house-made slim jim? Skip the convenience store and get the real stuff at Osso, a new restaurant offering flavors from the American South. Located in an industrial-inspired space that once served as a brothel, Osso’s new Arts District diggs make it the perfect stop for…

Game Night at the Grand Central Market

Looking for a low-key hangout idea with your friends or a date? Hoping to relieve some stress from the workweek? Every Thursday, the iconic Grand Central Market downtown hosts a free game night with classics like Cards Against Humanity, Jenga and even ping-pong. While you’re there, sample the delicious fare of some of their vendors.…

Beer and Kimchi Pancakes: Biergarten

The beer tap list alone is enough to make Biergarten a regular spot, but the food is definitely something to write home about too. Think tempura fries, sweet potato strings with powdered sugar and cinnamon, kimchi pancakes, burgers and a fried chicken sandwich. In fact, the fried chicken sandwich is so famous, it has its…

Feral Creature

Koreatown-based blogger Eugénie Grey is taking the fashion world by storm with her edgy, rocker-chic #OOTD’s (outfits of the day) and fearless pastel-hued hair. Her blog, Feral Creature, has been featured in Nylon, Vogue Italia, Allure and Refinery29. Follow her Instagram for daily fashion inspiration and food envy photos shot all over Los Angeles, including…