Art 2 years ago

Hats Off to Dr. Seuss!

You have the opportunity to revisit your childhood with Dr. Seuss’ expansive and legendary hat collection, but only until May 10 at EC Gallery in Beverly Hills. And no, this is not some silly little display of baseball caps, this is a huge exhibition featuring headdresses as fantastical and extraordinary as Seuss’ stories. Seuss was […]

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Uncategorized 2 years ago

Intercat ’69: The First International Cat Film Festival

This is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. And its brilliant. Just think about it for a sec, this is basically a viral video retrospective made up entirely of 16mm found footage, and it’s happening just down the street from us at Cinefamily on May 6 at 10 p.m. As a part of Cinefamily’s […]

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Events 2 years ago

11 Things To Do This May

April 26 – September 20: ’50 for 50’ LACMA 50th Anniversary Exhibit: In celebration of 50 years, LACMA puts on display some of the most exciting and famous gifts it has received including new promised pieces and collections from Andy Warhol, Lichtenstein and more. May 2: Saturday Morning Cartoons at Cinefamily: As seen on FarmLife previously – feel […]

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Events 2 years ago

LA Comedy Fest

LA Comedy Fest officially started this last weekend, but don’t worry about that because that laughs runs through May 2. The festival takes place at Let Live Theatre in Hollywood, located just a couple miles from Farmer’s Daughter Hotel. What’s more is that the best of the fest is yet to come. Tons of stand […]

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Events 3 years ago

BOOBS and GOOMBAS: A Super Mario Burlesque

Before you run away screaming, just give us a second to explain. This is not just another Super Mario burlesque, this is the Super Mario burlesque. After running for four years at the Gorilla Tango Theatre in Chicago, the folks over in Illinois decided it was about time to bring it west to The Complex in Hollywood. […]

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Fashion, LA 3 years ago

Suss Karlsson’s Scandinavian Kollectiv

Suss Karlsson is a Swedish designer and shop owner. She has an extensive background in knitwear, involving supplying costumes for movies, teaching knitting classes, and writing books on knitting. She owns several clothing lines, susannekarlsson, Fischer Karlsson, and Barnen Sweden. She has been coming to Tart and The Farmer’s Daughter for years and designed the […]

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Art, Events 3 years ago

Month of Photography Los Angeles

Don’t worry, just because we’re starting the last full week in April doesn’t mean Month of Photography L.A. (MOPLA) is winding down. Honestly, it’s pretty much the opposite – especially for the participating galleries near Farmer’s Daughter Hotel. The first of the remaining local events takes place at The Loft at Liz’s, which is located […]

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Events, Literature 3 years ago

Cal Alumni Event With Mandy Kahn

We at The Farmer’s Daughter are always looking to bring together like minded groups of people for quality experiences. So when we have the chance to host such an amazing group, it is an opportunity for us to shine as doing what we love.  Jefferson Coombs is the Executive Director  of the Cal Alumni Association […]

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Events 3 years ago

Working for the Mouse at Theatre Asylum

What do you get when a former Disneyland character actor becomes an award-winning playwright and performer? Apparently, you get Working for the Mouse, a retelling of writer and performer Trevor Allen’s time spent playing the Mad Hatter and Pluto at the happiest place on Earth. Working for the Mouse has received acclaim across the Bay Area after […]

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Music 3 years ago

The Man In The Suit

Marc Baker is a man about town. He’s working on his first solo album, which he just recorded in his hometown of Melbourne, Australia. These days you can see him spin some New Order, Ramones, and INXS at his monthly party, Strangeways, at The Ace Hotel. No matter where you see him, whether it’s pouring […]

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