Delusion, His Crimson Queen

As I sit here on this lovely rainy morning drinking green tea out of my zombie head mug I realize that when it comes to Halloween attractions, I've just about done them all. Haunted houses, haunted mazes, corn mazes, haunted corn mazes, ghost tours... That is until Saturday night when I experienced, Delusion for the... Continue Reading →

Rock n Roll Sundays

I love a good flea market. Scouring through racks of vintage and oddball pieces. The rush you feel when you score a hidden gem you didn't know you need, but now can't live without. The first Sunday of every month, the Regent Theater is host to The Great Rock and Roll Flea Market. If you... Continue Reading →

Midsummer Scream

I screamed, I shopped, I horror fangirled my heart out. This weekend at the Long Beach convention center was a festival made just for me. Okay, well me and a few hundred other freaks that wish every day was Halloween. The Midsummer Scream Halloween Festival catered to the fans and artists. Those who create haunted... Continue Reading →

Sound in Focus

Summer nights in Los Angeles are filled with outdoor concerts. Thanks to KCRW, many of them are free! Three Saturdays in July, KCRW and the Annenberg Foundation present a concert series in Century Park titled, "Sound in Focus."¬†A free, all ages show comprising of bands and photography exhibits. I attended the July 16th event. When... Continue Reading →

Cinespia Season is here again

It's time to break out the picnic blankets, grab some friends and watch movies in a cemetery. Cinespia is back for another summer film fest. Last Saturday Cinespia kicked off it's 15th season of movie screenings at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. This was my 5th consecutive season attending the outdoor movie nights, but the first... Continue Reading →

A taste of Southern Spain in Montrose

So your first question is,¬†Montrose? Never heard of it. Don't feel bad. I've lived in LA for over a decade and only just discovered this gem in the past two years. Tucked in where the 2 and 210 Freeways meet is Montrose. More specifically is Honolulu ave. This little street is lined with bars, restaurants,... Continue Reading →

Not your average hotel restaurant

For whatever reason the Ace Hotel keeps entering my radar. Before attending a Shakey Graves concert at the Theater at the Ace Hotel last October I didn't even know the place existed. Recently every time I scour the events pages for what I'd like to discover in LA this week, the Ace Hotel is always... Continue Reading →

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