Farewell to the 18th Amendment. Seventy-nine years ago today, on Dec. 5, booze in the United States flowed freely again. Celebrate the repeal of Prohibition at the longest continuously running bar in Los Angeles. "We never technically closed during Prohibition," General Manager and Beverage Director ... More >>
Proving that listmania will never leave us and that 2011 is apparently over, for which we are quite grateful, the upcoming issue of Bon Appétit includes Andrew Knowlton's picks for the top 10 new American restaurants of 2011. New York and San Francisco? Of course. Also Chicago, ... More >>
Courtesy Van Alen Institute.
Without harping too much on that inconvenient thing happening on a big road somewhere in West L.A. this weekend, let us begin this modest post by agreeing that transit in L.A., in California, and in the vast majority of the US, could stand a few more efficient alt ... More >>
Lea LionCanlove founders Paul Ramirez (left) and DJ Neff
When the mysterious British street artist Banksy left an image of a young boy holding a paint can next to the words "I remember when all this was trees" on the abandoned Packard Plant in Detroit last year, some fans interpreted it as an ... More >>