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Now that he's retired from his 25-year run at that pesky nightly gig, Larry King has more time on his hands to soak up the good life. For some, that means infinite days of golf and Mahjong in Florida, for others it's cashing in on a Winnebago for U.S. road trip. But for this swingin' 77-year-old, it means hitting Trousdale on a Tuesday night. More»
OMG you guys, remember Hyde?! Did you know it still exists? A little birdie told us the long forlorn SBE nightclub you probably assumed went the way of the dinosaurs, like, three years ago will close soon to undergo what's sounding like a major renovation. Guess someone over at the Sam Nazarian camp caved and decided to put the 5-year-old former hotspot out of its misery. More»
With such establishments as La Descarga, The Bar, and Piano Bar on their list of claimed haunts, L.A.'s nightlife impresarios, twins Mark and Jonnie Houston, finally turn out born-again Stone Bar. Friday night, the Thai Town dive which the twins acquired roughly a year ago was rechristened as Harvard & Stone in an official celebration with the help of Rain Phoenix and Joaquin Phoenix. More»
In what might be a new record, The ONE Group's Boudoir nightclub in West Hollywood has quietly closed its doors only a little over seven months after its debut. So quietly, in fact, that the shutter has flown under the radar and gone unreported for over a week, its last night of operation being last Friday, January 14. More»
We finally made it to The Roosevelt's newest nighttime destination last week and we certainly picked a good night to go. Just one floor above Teddy's which was sadly noticeably quiet for a Friday night is Spare Room, the new bar/club/lounge/bowling alley/Jenga den. More»
Our own Chateau Marmont has a long and famous history of guests and patrons' outrageous behavior. The storied hotel above the Strip seems to attract, even demand, those who visit abandon the mores of society in order to leave a lasting impression. It's often referred to as the place to go when you want to misbehave. More»
In today's supersaturated market, when a Facebook account and side "DJ" career qualify promoters, how do you make your Facebook invite stand apart from the rest? How do you actually mobilize the troops? And HOW do you avoid getting dismissed as just another sleazy promoter sending out mass messages to every contact from the last five years in your phone? More»
"Daniel-san, must talk. Walk on road, hm? Walk left side, safe. Walk right side, safe. Walk middle, sooner or later, get squish just like grape. Here, karate, same thing. Either you karate do 'yes', or karate do 'no'. You karate do 'guess so', just like grape. Understand?"
When Styleture noted the recent L.A. trend in a union of books and bars with a list of establishments to illustrate their point, we were downright shocked at the omission of two obvious spots, one of which is one of our new favorite hangouts: HEMINGWAY'S... Yoohoo?!! As in Ernest, the great American writer and journalist after whom the bar is named and themed. More»
Monday, May 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.