The new compilation Beat L.A. features current artists reimaging tracks by the classic alternative Los Angeles bands that helped shape the sound of the city. More than just punk, it features folks like Josh Klinghoffer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers doing Thelonious Monster's "Anymore" and No A ... More >>
See La Carmina and Seba's photos from Los Angeles. Sebastiano Serafini, otherwise known as Seba, is a multi-media personality in Japan. He has modeled for a variety of labels, including Paul Smith and h. Naoto. Last year, he played Luca on the Japanese TV series Nijonjin no Shiranai Nihongo. Recent ... More >>
SoCal Beer Co.Reza (left) and Nader JadvarAdd another California craft brewery to your Friday afternoon tasting rounds. Emergency room doctor Reza Jadvar and his brother, USC radiology professor Nader Jadvar, are quietly gearing up for their SoCal Beer Company launch next month. Currently, th ... More >>
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Celebrities banded together for "Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief" telethon on Friday, which raised $57 million and counting. And on a bit of a smaller, but no less meaningful scale, local bakers and restaurants have been rallying support for those in need, suffering from t ... More >>
TiGeorges'Chefs and restaurant employees around the city are generously donating their time to raise money for Haiti. Here is a list of places you can donate while you dine. The Edison will donate all door proceeds this week to the Haiti relief fund. On Friday, Jan. 22th from 5pm-8pm, the b ... More >>
E.Z. WrightsonLast week, a fundraiser hosted by George LaGuerre pulled in $14,000 for Haiti relief efforts. Following TiGeorges' lead, restaurants around the city will be donating a portion of their proceeds to Haiti relief funds. Here's a list of places you can eat while supporting the cause ... More >>
Nothing like dancing and preaching at the same time....Happy MLK day. To celebrate, here's some classic Chicago house for you. We're on a light posting schedule today because of the holiday, but we'll still be covering stuff as it comes up. Oh, and have you tossed $10 to Haitian relief yet? Just ... More >>
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