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The biggest party event of the year is coming up, and as Guest of a Guest readers, we know you’re planning on having an unforgettable Halloween. So why not make some black magic happen by throwing your own Host Committee Halloween blowout. More»
This Friday is National Rum Day, but prepare yourself for a whole weekend of bar crawls, specials, a pool party and more. So, grab "yo' ho hos and a bottle of rum" and join the rest of DC in celebrating this yummy summery liquor:
Host Committee is having a party. Shocking, we know--but this party is different! This party is for the best Instagrammers of the bunch. The ones that know their Low-Fi from their Nighthawk. The photographers and videographers who know their way around a hashtag. All summer long, Host Committee will be watching the #hostcommittee feed for the best HC party photos. Find out more details below! More»
As self-proclaimed cell phone addicts, there are some apps we've all downloaded that have practically become a necessity: Instagram, Google Maps, Netflix, the list goes on. But beyond that, their are over 50 billion other apps out there. Sifting through the app store is almost a type of guessing game. Is it worth spending that $1.99 on an app that won't work or that you might never use? We have saved you the time by finding the 10 apps that all East Coasters should have. More»
I scream, you scream, we all scream for...Ubers? That's right, kiddos. Your favorite car service is taking cool to a whole new level today. More»
What to do on a nice summer weekend in L.A.? Well, seeing as there seems to be a different one every weekend, go to a music festival--that's what! As the summer of live music continues, this weekend brought the 2013 Jubilee Music & Arts Festival in DTLA's Arts District. Previously held in Silver Lake, this year's event boasted headliners such as the Black Lips and Free Energy, plus food from some of the finest L.A. food trucks and vendors.
With summer now in full swing, taking advantage of the city means a little exploration and a little planning. Luckily, those tech-savvy people who invent iPhone apps know just what New Yorkers need to get through the summer. Click through for our list of apps guaranteed to fulfill your desires, ranging from dining to entertainment and everything in between. More»
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Up until recently, getting a cab in Los Angeles has been a process riddled with frustration, but now it doesn't have to be thanks in large part to the tech community in San Francisco where several start-ups have remedied the problems with using taxis the old fashioned way. From apps that dispatch luxury black town cars to rideshare networks and programs, here's a guide to six alternative taxi services and apps that combine convenience, luxury and technology to make getting around L.A. without driving a lot easier. More>>
For all the great things Los Angeles has, one we haven't been able to nail is the cab situation. Getting taxis here has usually involved extended waits on the phone line to place your order, discrepancies between the ETA you're given and the actual arrival time of your ride, cabs you've ordered taking other passengers instead, and you can consider yourself very lucky if you've ever managed to hail one. But things have changed thanks in large part to the tech community in San Francisco where several start-ups have remedied the problems with using taxis the old fashioned way. From apps that dispatch luxury black town cars to rideshare networks and programs, here's a guide to six alternative taxi services and apps that combine convenience, luxury and technology to make getting around L.A. without driving a lot easier. [photo via]
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Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.