By Nadia Noir The force is strong with George Lucas. So strong that the media mogul is talking about bringing his Lucas Museum of Narrative Art to Los Angeles rather than its planned location of […]
By Nadia Noir Yesterday (Jan. 19) is a day scientists and other smarties consider “Blue Monday.” It’s not just a moody New Order song but mathematically considered the most depressing day out of the entire […]
A collection of the must have apps to navigate life in Los Angeles.
by Britt Bickel Today is the national observance of one of the greatest civil rights champions and influential leaders of our time, and to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., many area celebrations […]
Clearing up all the myths and lies about Los Angeles.
By Nadia Noir If you’re single and ready to mingle, you should probably put down that pizzookie that you just got all over the duvet cover and leave your house. Stop swiping left and right; […]
By Nadia Noir Planning on moving out from your parent’s basement soon? You might want to rethink that housing strategy because Los Angeles is currently batting double the United States average when it comes to […]
By Nadia Noir Every weekend, people drink, people Tinder, people glimpse their “one true love” after fourteen jager bombs, and inevitably, somebody gets their connections missed. We spent a few seconds on our Monday mornings […]
By Nadia Noir Stop texting while driving but definitely “read a f**king book” once in awhile. That’s the message someone hacked in a digital traffic sign in Downtown Los Angeles. No one knows who the […]
By Nadia Noir Viagra, move over. There’s a new/old “man’s best friend” in town that puts the snake in “trouser snake.” Vice’s fearless food blog, Munchies, took a correspondent to Los Angeles’ Chinatown to delve […]