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St. Patty's Day is nigh, and we here in Los Angeles aren't going to let cities with large Irish communities have all the fun (hear that, Boston, Philly, Dublin, etc.?). In fact, we've even covered a bunch of local spots around town where Angelenos are welcome to celebrate like it's March 17th any day of the year. But with Sunday being the official day designated for all to embrace their inner Irishman, there are a myriad of green beer and Jameson-fueled events beginning as early as this evening to get your liver warmed up and all the way through to the sacred holiday on Sunday. Grab a hold of your Guinness and shillelagh, as we bring you the best throwdowns, pub crawls and street festivals in our 2013 St. Patrick's Day Weekend Party Guide. [Photos via, via, via,]
Partying on a mothaf***ing boat: even before Andy Samberg made it into a chorus, it was universally acknowledged as pretty much the best way to get down. But what is it about boat parties that are so ridiculously great? I'd be inclined to say it's the sea air, the sense of motion and freedom, the open water ahead. But then again, that might not be it at all, because last night's JanSport x Benny Gold party to close out the Agenda apparel show in Long Beach was on the Queen Mary, a luxury liner that's now permanently attached to dry land, and it was still every bit as awesome as can be. Let's explore. More»
The whole point of the Fourth of July, a holiday that celebrates our independence, is that there's really no wrong way to choose to go about celebrating it. If you think the Fourth is all about kicking back with your buddies, firing up the grill, and working your way through one beer for every year America's been free, that's what it's all about. If you think it's about seeing some amazing fireworks, well, it's about that too. And if you're looking to seriously throw down with a crazy poolside dance party, good news: you're also right. Best of all, our party guides got you covered for all of that. Read on! More»
Wednesday, May 22
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.