3 days ago | Lina In L.A.
Though they usually celebrate the dark side, Das Bunker’s industrial-goth legions have had nerdy fun exploring all types of intergalactic cosplay for the past four years in early May, in celebration of May the Fourth Be With You Day. This year, th...
10 days ago | Lina In L.A.
Celebrating the bombshell inside (and outside) women of all shapes and sizes, Pinup Girl Boutique in Burbank has garnered a near-obsessive following of female fashionistas with a love for retro sex appeal. Its stuff can go from vampy and dangerous...
17 days ago | Lina In L.A.
Chinatown has been home to some pretty cool clubs over the years, and Club Transistor was definitely one of the spiffiest. The ’60s- and ’70s-heavy dance party also meshed groovy ’80s and ’90s sounds (influenced by the previous decades) in a styli...
19 days ago | Metal
Mac Sabbath may or may not be the weirdest band in L.A., but when it comes to tribute bands, nobody comes close to the McMadness they bring live. We even said so right here. The local Black Sabbath cover band are thematically driven by a certain f...
20 days ago | Bars
He might have already owned a handful of popular bars around Los Angeles (Bigfoot Lodge, Little Cave, Thirsty Crow, Harlow), but Bobby Green of The 1933 Group discovered a new passion project when he set out to revive the iconic "barrel bar" in No...
24 days ago | Lina In L.A.
The history, the hedonism, the hairspray — no Sunset Strip locale represents L.A. rock & roll raucousness better than the Rainbow, to this very day. While the Rainbow’s rep as a groupie haven and record industry wine-and-dine hub kinda died wi...