Loading...

You searched for:

  • [X]Sascha Bos
Start over

Search for…

Narrow Search

Calendar, Archive Nick Offerman

Nick Offerman

Nick Offerman, best known as Parks & Recreation's lovable curmudgeon Ron Swanson, has just published a very Swanson-esque book. Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man's Fundamentals for Delicious Living is an advice tome from the meat-loving, mustachioed man we all wish we were, with topics ranging from "Eat Meat" to...…
Tags: ,
Arts, Public Spectacle 4 Scary-Cool Things to Do in L.A. This Week for Less Than $5 (Plus One for $25!)

4 Scary-Cool Things to Do in L.A. This Week for Less Than $5 (Plus One for $25!)

Halloween is still seven weeks away, but this week's best events are all about the scarily cool: a screening of creepy vintage morality films (for just $5!), a free author talk with mortician Caitlin Doughty, and Son of Monsterpalooza, a three-day horror make-up and prop extravaganza for those serious about...…
@Public Spectacle  Tags:
Calendar, Archive BuskerFest

BuskerFest

Long Beach's Summer and Music (SAM) has been putting on free live shows all season, and tonight it's ending things with fan favorite BuskerFest. A tribute to the age-old tradition of street performances, BuskerFest is a music festival where the bands compete for your "money" (wooden nickels). The act with...…
Tags: ,
Arts, Public Spectacle 5 Far-Out Things to do in L.A. This Week for $10 or Less

5 Far-Out Things to do in L.A. This Week for $10 or Less

Kick off the first weekend of September with a beer – beer coaster, that is – at Friday's opening of "The Coaster Show," where artists show off their skills on the most utilitarian of objects. On Saturday, head down to Long Beach for BuskerFest, a free music show with an...…
@Public Spectacle  Tags:
Calendar, Archive The Great Summer Pokémon Festival

The Great Summer Pokémon Festival

Remember Pokémon? Released in 1996 for Game Boy, the Nintendo game featured lovable "pocket monsters," which you could catch, train, battle and trade. It spawned a TV series, movies, books and countless plush toys, and Pokémon is still going strong, even if some fans bemoan the expansion to 719 monsters...…
Tags: ,
Arts, Public Spectacle 5 Eclectic Things to Do in L.A. This Week for $12 or Less

5 Eclectic Things to Do in L.A. This Week for $12 or Less

Didn't manage to sneak out of town this Labor Day weekend? Don't worry – there are enough interesting events this week to make your jet-setting friends almost jealous. On Saturday, take your pick of wacky art shows: Pokémon-themed (with a tournament!) or insect-made (really). Lovers of food, movies, and off-the-wall...…
@Public Spectacle  Tags:
Arts, Public Spectacle A Secret Art Farm in Glassell Park

A Secret Art Farm in Glassell Park

It's 7:30 a.m. on a Saturday, and the sun has just risen over eastern Los Angeles. One by one, people ascend the stairs to Fritz Haeg's home, high in the hills of Glassell Park, overlooking the city. They are here for Haeg's latest project: the L.A. Seminary for Civic and...…
@Public Spectacle  Tags: , , , , , ,
Calendar, Archive There's Something About Mary / The Princess Bride / Clueless

There's Something About Mary / The Princess Bride / Clueless

Outdoor movies are one of our favorite things about summer in L.A. The warm summer air, the food trucks, the lack of bugs — where else are conditions so perfect? But with August coming to a close, such opportunities are running out. Tonight, three of this summer's biggest venues will...…
Tags: ,
Arts, Public Spectacle 5 Cinematic Things to Do in L.A. This Week — For Free

5 Cinematic Things to Do in L.A. This Week — For Free

There's no shortage of movie-centric events in L.A. (we are, after all, the home base of the Industry), but they're not always free and open to the public. This week is an exception, with four awesome movie events that are completely free! We've also got an art show, lest you...…
@Public Spectacle  Tags:
Calendar, Archive Tall Ships Festival L.A.

Tall Ships Festival L.A.

Ahoy, mateys! Get thee to ye olde Port of Los Angeles for Tall Ships Festival L.A., a five-day boating festival that pays tribute to a time when ports such as ours welcomed not just shipping containers and the occasional cruise ship but also majestic vessels called "tall ships" — classic...…
Tags: ,
Arts, Public Spectacle 5 Wacky Things to Do in L.A. This Week for $7 or Less

5 Wacky Things to Do in L.A. This Week for $7 or Less

Summer's not over yet, and there are still plenty of wacky-fun things going on in the city. Like a giant rubber duck in the Port of Los Angeles, and the chance to wiggle around in the mud – historic adobe mud, that is – at Rancho Los Cerritos. Then there's...…
@Public Spectacle  Tags:
Restaurants, Squid Ink 12 Great L.A. Grocery Delivery Services for When You're Too Busy (or Lazy) To Shop

12 Great L.A. Grocery Delivery Services for When You're Too Busy (or Lazy) To Shop

Why go to the grocery store when you can have someone else go for you? Money, inconvenient delivery times, not enough variety — those are excuses that worked before. But now, with a plethora of excellent options right here in L.A., the days of trawling through harshly-lit supermarkets for your week's groceries...…
@Squid Ink  Tags: , , , , , ,
Calendar, Archive Jazz Wednesdays

Jazz Wednesdays

Outdoor barbecue nights with live music are pretty much the definition of summer. But don't wait 'til the weekend to get the party started — head over to hip Arts District gourmet marketplace Urban Radish for Jazz Wednesdays, a summerlong event featuring Kyle Crane (a young musician whose credits already...…
Tags: ,
News, The Informer With Vacuum Cleaners, Long Beach Artist Makes a Political Statement

With Vacuum Cleaners, Long Beach Artist Makes a Political Statement

One week ago, late in the evening on Sunday, eleven silver vacuum cleaners mysteriously appeared on a median in downtown Long Beach, directly in front of the Museum of Latin American Art. But the work has nothing to do with MoLAA or the Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum across the...…
@The Informer  Tags: , , , , ,
Arts, Public Spectacle 5 Cool Things to Do in L.A. This Week — For Free

5 Cool Things to Do in L.A. This Week — For Free

This week is all about food and culture: on Sunday, head over to Pasadena for a free, BYO-fruit, jam-making workshop. And on Monday — or any day, really — get in on the combination literary event and drinkfest that is #90for90. Make it through humpday with live music and grilling...…
@Public Spectacle  Tags: , , , , ,
Arts, Public Spectacle 4 Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week (Plus One for $15!)

4 Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week (Plus One for $15!)

This week we have four great free events, from a family-friendly beach-fest to a musical celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act. Looking to get some laughs? There's a battle between comic artists (with their comedian buddies) on Saturday, and a live comedy show called Glendalia (spoofing the...…
@Public Spectacle  Tags: , , , ,
Arts, Public Spectacle 5 Totally Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week

5 Totally Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week

The only thing better than a cool, free event in L.A. is a whole week's worth of cool, free events in L.A. Kickstart your weekend with some shopping — either at a supersized funky-cheap yard sale, or a DIY festival with handmade wares, food trucks and DJs. End the night...…
@Public Spectacle  Tags: , , , , ,
Calendar, Archive Psycho

Psycho

Movies at Hollywood Forever are great — if you're into crowd scenes. Those who like a bit less hubbub with their outdoor cinema would be wise to check out Long Beach's funky little Sunnyside Cemetery, which looks like a film set but is actually the real deal (and it's more...…
Tags: ,
Arts, Public Spectacle 5 Upbeat Things to Do in L.A. This Week for $13 or Less

5 Upbeat Things to Do in L.A. This Week for $13 or Less

Didn't catch the fireworks at the Hollywood Bowl this Fourth of July? Now's your chance to see them, at a family-friendly show featuring live orchestra performances to DreamWorks animated scenes. You can snag seats for just $13. The rest of this week's best events are all 100 percent free, from...…
@Public Spectacle  Tags: , , , , ,
News, The Informer Historic 1938 Building Could Complicate Massive WeHo Development

Historic 1938 Building Could Complicate Massive WeHo Development

Plans to build a massive mixed-use development in West Hollywood's Melrose Triangle have been slowed — thanks to some surprising information about a historic building on the site that had been hidden in plain sight. The Charles Company, a development firm owned by Arman Gabay, hoped to build on a...…
@The Informer  Tags: , , , , , ,