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Still deciding what to do tonight for Valentine's Day and tired of the same old options? What if we told you about a place offering a four-course dinner, Bond style? Well, supperclub los angeles, a part high-end dining experience, part Cirque du Soleil-style resto for the fun loving, is offering just that, and you're invited! Keep reading to to learn more about the Love Kills-themed menu complete with love potion shots and other exciting features supperclub has planned for Valentine's Day. More»
Just because Thanksgiving means having to spend an unnatural amount of time with extended family doesn't mean you can't sneak out for some guilt-free raging after they've gone to bed. After all, in addition to giving thanks for all the wonderful family, friends, material possessions and opportunities life has afforded you, what better way to show how much you appreciate your right to party than by going hard like a Kappa sister on Spring Break? Lucky for you, there are plenty of places and events where you can give thanks for the privilege to party going down tonight through the holiday weekend in L.A., so we bring you only the best in this Ultimate Thanksgiving Weekend Party Guide. You're welcome.
The storied '60s love affair between French singer Serge Gainsbourg and French fashion model, singer, and actress Brigitte Bardot was one of fiery romance and intense passion, prominent elements of the vibe at The Writers Room's Sacré Soirée lent by Paris Loves L.A.'s performance for the relaunch of the lounge's live music Wednesday nights. More»
I've said this before, but it bears repeating: if invaders from Mars send a scouting expedition to determine if they should attack Earth, I really hope they land in Supperclub. I can only image that the debaucherous, self-indulgent lunacy that takes place in this day-glo asylum (<--no, really, you need to see that) would cause the killer spacemen to turn tail and flee. When you look at it like that, I guess parties like Wednesday's throwdown with Italian DJ Carlo Astuti (with photos helpfully provided by Le Panda) are actually essential for the survival of the human race. Who knew? More»
It's Fashion Week! And while that means some great parties, plenty of celebrity sightings, and some really cool clothes, it also means runway shows. Which are great, but, as has been pointed out before, LAFW always feels a little different from NY's. Some people (NYers) might tell you this is because NYC is somehow more inherently suited to high fashion and sophistication. And while this video of a sophisticated gigantic rat attacking a sophisticated sleeping hobo on the subway would seem to back that argument up, I think there's something more to it. More»
With what's happening in the world, from the increasing counter-revolutionary authoritarian violence in the middle east to earthquakes in Middle-Earth, complaints about the weather in one of the most temperate parts of the continental U.S. probably come off as somewhat petty or in poor taste. I get this. I really do. But here's what I don't get: it's going to snow on the Hollywood sign? More»
The best thing about L.A. is our ability to use the resources available to us. For example, if you already run a weird dinner club known for trapeze-swinging burlesque dancers and creepy ancient Rome-style "midget shows", and then Seth MacFarlane asks you if he can throw a Family Guy/Christmas/Star Wars themed party there, you don't blink. Nope, you just slap some Santa-hat Stormtrooper gear on the dancing girls, get Night Vision Entertainment on board, throw the midget in a Darth Vader getup, hire DJ Vice and Rick Rude, and take it from there. More»
"By the way," Emily asked me, as we discussed the possibility of my covering the Family Guy dvd/holiday party at Supperclub LA, "would you be interested in doing the red carpet also?" I said yes immediately, because it's good form to say yes when the people who pay you ask you to do things, and besides, what could be more fun than shouting invasive questions at my favorite celebrities? More»
Saturday, May 18
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.