Tyler Wells of Handsome Coffee talks about his principles, his itinerant past and some of his favorite LA coffee shops.
LA’s cut-throat karaoke scene has a lot to offer: incredible singers, delusional American Idol wannabes, celebrities and everything in between. In fact, recording artists such as Fred Durst and Jennifer Hudson have been known to drop in on local karaoke spots and sing their own tunes.
If not for the band’s Tumblr, an unsuspecting listener might figure the Allah-Las recently emerged from a time capsule. Vocalist and guitarist Miles Michaud describes his favorite spots in Los Angeles.
In a city with nearly infinite choices, a few LA specialty pizza restaurants rise to the top of the food chain with everything from fresh oysters to curried duck options for toppings.
LA is know for fantastic beaches, but not all beaches are created equal, especially when it comes to family friendly beaches.
Milk Jar Cookies, which opened in April on the Miracle Mile, serves traditional crowd pleasers with a mix of new flavors.
The best way to have on two wheels in LA is CICLAVIA
Wolvesmouth is an underground restaurant in Downtown Los Angeles, shrouded in secrecy. To go, you have to get invited, which involves somewhat of a scavenger hunt, and a password. It’s been called the “Toughest Reservation in LA.”
As Vinny Scully famously says, “It’s time for Dodger Baseball” and the expectations are high for the blue crew in 2013. The Stan Kasten/Magic Johnson Ownership group, now in year two, has made a number of upgrades to the lineup and ball park.
Los Angeles is full of free things to do, probably even more so than most large cities. One reason for that is LA’s integration with nature. Most big cities are laid out like towering concrete jungles, but LA is different.