Fashion, LA 1 year ago

6 Reasons I Only Go To Planet Salon For My Haircut

 1. The Location Planet is less than a mile from the hotel so it’s easily walkable. It’s right next door to Fred Segal. Afterwards you can show off your new haircut by dining in the cafe or shopping for something nice. 2. The Atmosphere Many upscale salons (especially around West Hollywood) can feel snooty and […]


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Art, Events 1 year ago

The 7 Most Inspiring Moments At The Cheap Art Show

The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly: A Cheap Art Show was chock full of inspiring moments. 1. When I bought a $5 bill for $1 One of my favorite pieces was called “Smile.” It was very simple in its concept and execution: a five dollar bill with a penciled-in smile over Abraham Lincoln’s normally stoic […]


Art 1 year ago

“No Sad Stuff” at Gallery1988 (West)

From the water to the fair to the ballpark to the burbs to Alabama and back again, Gallery1988 (West)‘s latest exhibition, appropriately titled No Sad Stuff, is a multi-artist collection and celebration of all things Tom Hanks between 1984 and 1994. Films such as Big, A League of Their Own, and Forrest Gump among others were sourced as inspiration for […]


Art, Events 1 year ago

Who Needs Louis Vuitton?

My friend Jesse Azarian had a brilliant idea. Art should be affordable and shareable. Whether you are creating, buying, or just appreciating, art is about participation and can be enjoyed by everyone, so why not put on a show of affordable art done by himself and other creatives who share his philosophy? He handcrafted his own cardboard luggage to […]


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Events, Food 1 year ago

Blogger Brunch

It was a beautiful day on Fairfax, perfect for snapping some food pics for Instagram. One of our favorite Instagrammers, Chanelle, gathered her fashionable friends in a cabana for a Blogger Brunch, aka #TartBoozyBrunch, where they got to try some of the best menu items while sipping on bottomless mimosas. Stephanie, Ellen, Francis, Judy, Chanelle, […]


Uncategorized 1 year ago

Celebrate LA PRIDE in West Hollywood!

We expect you will read every sentence of this post as if it ends in an exclamation point, because that’s what LA PRIDE is all about! LA PRIDE 2015, running from June 12-14, is jam packed with live entertainment ranging from concerts to awards to a parade through the streets of West Hollywood. And yes, […]


Fringe Festival
Events 1 year ago

Hollywood Fringe Festival

“Come as you are, or come as you aren’t – it doesn’t matter; we’re all mad here,” reads the Hollywood Fringe’s ‘About’ section, begging you to take a dive down the proverbial rabbit hole into fringe Hollywood. Right now is the best time possible get acquainted with crazy, as the Hollywood Fringe Festival kicks of […]


LA 2 years ago

Stephen Hulsey: Pool Jump Warrior

Stephen Hulsey is a very active 73 year old man and regular at Tart Restaurant. He very consistently participates in our Pool Jump- an ongoing deal that states if you jump in the pool with your clothes on after your meal you get 50% off your bill. In his free time, Stephen does 10 mile obstacle […]


Art, Events 2 years ago

Tuesdays at Da Poetry Lounge

You can question how Radioshack pays the bills, and you can wonder what’s keeping that cupcake bakery open down the street, but you can’t dismiss the excellence of a renowned poetry venue. Da Poetry Lounge (DPL) really is all that it’s cracked up to be; it’s raw, it’s dark, it’s lively, it’s diverse and it’s […]


Art, Events, LA, Music 2 years ago

10 Things To Do This June

June 4: Skateboard Movie Night: The famous Kibitz Room at Canter’s Deli, the cocktail lounge and performance space that has hosted nearly all of Los Angeles Rock’s great names, puts the amps away for a night to screen some radical skate films. Expect plenty of Fairfax’s best streetwear on full display. June 7: Fantasia + Fantasia […]