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The Go Go: Last Comedy of Downtown, Whisky of Kentucky, Fireworks of the 4th

The Go Go: Last Comedy of Downtown, Whisky of Kentucky, Fireworks of the 4th

You’ve unloaded the truck of craft beer, stocked the sangria-for-hundreds, and cleared the local liquor store shelves of  margi/martini/mint julep mixings. Also, depleted Tijuana’s supply of ch-ch-ch-cherry bombs. Your schedule is clear to start the party early. It’s all about celebrating your freedom, people. Funny Ha-Ha…but Sad Go Go’ers, there are heroes.  And then there are heroes. […]

The Weekend Go Go: The Poe-Poe, Street Eats, Mask Blast, Trance-iful

The Weekend Go Go: The Poe-Poe, Street Eats, Mask Blast, Trance-iful

The Romans called the hottest time of the year “the dog days of summer”. What to call this balmy weather?’ Read on for the best places to enjoy the “puppy days of summer”. Birds of  a Feather It should come as no surprise that Zombie Joe’s Underground Theater – NoHo’s L.A.’s bastion of the Grand Guignol –has […]

Whisky & Poetry Salon with Grace Zabriskie

Whisky & Poetry Salon with Grace Zabriskie

The long days of summer are upon us and the nights are that much sweeter. For the first Whisky & Poetry Salon of summer, Literary Libations welcomes actress and poet Grace Zabriskie as our feature. On Thursday, June 27th, exchange whisky for words (plus $25). Bring a poem, original or not, to B. Black Penthouse in Downtown L.A. Read your poem in a […]

The Weekend Go Go: Sci-Fi Sounds, Boardwalk Beats, Wilshire Walk & Roll

The Weekend Go Go: Sci-Fi Sounds, Boardwalk Beats, Wilshire Walk & Roll

Go Go’ers, perhaps you’ve been celebrating summer for weeks now. If so, carry on. The official season of easy breezy starts Friday, however, with a trio of  free, out-of-doors/under the stars/sunny side up events. Summertime, and the living is…outside. To Summer…and Beyond! To celebrate the longest day of 2013 you’ll want to: Load up the […]

The Weekend Go Go: Fringe Element, Disney Hell, Ghettogloss

The Weekend Go Go: Fringe Element, Disney Hell, Ghettogloss

Go Go’ers, it’s not officially summer yet but summer is happening big time this weekend. One swell fest. Two quirky events. Three chances for last-minute Dad Day gifts. One surefire chance for Favorite Child Forever status. Don’t blow it. Just Like the Movies But Live Go Go’ers, Los Angeles is a showbiz town but that […]

The Weekend Go Go: Puppet Takeover, Jubilation, A Lot of Wine

The Weekend Go Go: Puppet Takeover, Jubilation, A Lot of Wine

Maybe it’s the end of school, maybe it’s the approach of summer but this weekend is all about festivals. Read on for the best places to fest. Puppet Regime It’s unclear when marionettes and sock people inhabited Northeast Los Angeles in the first place — or what cruel conqueror drove them from their  homes along […]

The Weekend Go Go: Block This, They Make Music, Party at the Arroyo, and So Many Burgers

The Weekend Go Go: Block This, They Make Music, Party at the Arroyo, and So Many Burgers

It seems like it’s been May forever. That’s probably why Angelenos are celebrating the first weekend of the new month with lots of food and music, music, music. It’s June/spoon/tune for a reason, people. Music for Your Mouth (and Eyes and Ears) Two things go without saying.  You have to eat.  You have to have […]

L.A. Foodie’s #GetPorked Event at Beachwood BBQ in Long Beach

L.A. Foodie’s #GetPorked Event at Beachwood BBQ in Long Beach

Memorial Day just ended, but that doesn’t mean the grills are cooling off anytime soon; in fact, L.A. Foodie and Beachwood BBQ and Brewing are firing up a sizzling event tomorrow evening! The gathering is called #GetPorked, and as you probably guessed, the night is going to be full of succulent swine. The event costs $40 […]

The Weekend Go Go: Almost Infinite Improv, Knit Wit, Giant Robot BBQ, Jazz/Reggae/You

The Weekend Go Go: Almost Infinite Improv, Knit Wit, Giant Robot BBQ, Jazz/Reggae/You

So.  The fridge is stocked with dogs, and burgers.   The cooler is stocked with beer.  The Hawaiian Tropic and pool noodles are lined up by the slip and slide. Now what? Tradition is great but man (and woman) can’t live by backyard bbq/party alone.  Read on to change up the scenery. Go Go’ers, getting […]

L.A. City Hall Celebrates Yuca’s Restaurant

L.A. City Hall Celebrates Yuca’s Restaurant

Serving up some of LA’s most mouth-watering Mexican cuisine, Los Angeles’ very own Yuca’s Restaurant founder, Socorro Herrera, is being honored at the Ceremonial Proclamation of the Resolution of the City of Los Angeles: Día del Yucateco (Yucatan Day) on Friday May 24th, 2013 at 10 a.m. at the Los Angeles City Hall. Herrera, A.K.A. […]