The Holiday Hit List: Shopping, Events and More at FIGat7th

By the comforting smell of pumpkin spice wafting through the air and the sporadic sightings of Ugg boots, it’s obvious that the Holiday season is upon us. And the best way to celebrate the busiest of all holidays is by dropping

Event Queue: Get Weird With Lagunitas’ Beer Circus

Calling all beer lovers! If you still haven’t decided on a Halloween costume, this new bit of info might kick that task into high gear. On October 22nd, the Lagunitas crew will bring their annual Beer Circus to their brand new brewery in Azusa, CA

Your Party-Focused Guide to Hotels in LA

It’s common knowledge amongst LA locals that hotels serve some of the most happening events in the city, but since it’s summertime- arguably the best season ever- we will let all future tourists in on a little secret: you don’t

Taste Talks: The Art of Salad Dressings

Want to know how to make your summer ’16 revenge salad game bearable? The right salad dressing. Of course, lemon juice and olive oil will last you for awhile, but the real way to swing is to trust the experts. Enter Girard’s

J. Cole, Incubus, Haim, and Danny Brown: Air + Style LA is Back

It’s back! Shaun White’s Air + Style returns to LA on Feb 20-21. The two day festival features music on two stages along with art, fashion, and technology exhibits, and the world’s best snowboarders going head to head on Air + Style’s signature 16 story high snowboard jump. Head to the EXPO

LA CANVAS x MAMA Shelter Present: NYE in LA

If you had plans—change them. This Thursday night, LA CANVAS is teaming up with our pals at MAMA Shelter for an epic New Year’s blow out—and you’re invited. It all kicks off on December 31st at MAMA Shelter with an open bar from 9pm-1:30am.

#BLISSEH The Elephant Kicks off Red Bull’s 20 Before 16

Um, can we talk about the elephant in the room? We’re talking about the floating pink one, chillin’ in front of the Hollywood sign this morning. According to our friends at Red Bull, it’s neither bird, nor plane — but a balloon. And

New Year’s Eve in Downtown Long Beach

Ah, New Year’s Eve. A night to reflect, dress up, and get amped for the future can be a bit of a stress-inducer when it comes to solidifying plans—but it doesn’t have to be, not if the party monsters of Downtown Long Beach

It’s the Holidays—with a Twang

It’s no secret that the ukulele is having a moment. With notable cosigns from Tony Blair, Eddy Vedder, and Zooey Deschanel, to a host of international festivals dedicated to its glory—the ukulele has cemented its status as a universally adored instrument.   This season, the folk staple makes its way from

LA’s Best Spot for Unique Holiday Shopping

  Our pals at Old Pasadena invite you to visit their historic downtown this holiday season for artisan gifts, pop-up activities, giveaways, and live entertainment every Saturday and Sunday through Christmas. Featuring more than 300 unique shops and restaurants, the

Arts Brookfield Brings Free Music to Downtown for “Holiday Sessions”

Contemporary music authority Arts Brookfield brings live music back to FIGat7th from December 4th-18th forHoliday Sessions. This season, enjoy free weekly concerts featuring contemporary LA musicians performing original pieces with a few surprise holiday covers. It all kicks off on

Wish List: Konus Brand’s Fall 2015 Collection

  These guys have been on our radar for a minute, and their sophomore collection certainly does not disappoint. Created in 2014, Konus Brand embodies a modern, active lifestyle that is street-inspired and crisp—yet inclusive with regard to gender, nationality,

Get in the Spirit: Cheers to Holiday Day-Drinking

  During the holidays, “time” seems to escape its normal parameters. Bedtime becomes negligible, alarm clocks go dormant, a whole day can slip by during catch-up convos, and nights (yes, plural) pass over Netflix binges. But most importantly, there never

Chill, Bro: The 5 Best Spots to Unwind in Koreatown

  While a lot of you were taking in the view on York Ave. and cursing the tech bros on Abbot Kinney, Koreatown has cemented itself as a legit thing. The centrally located urban hub is home to some of

That New New: Diamond Supply Introduces Women’s Line

    Once upon a time, skate dude Nick Diamond began manufacturing t-shirts and hardware—as in bolts and screws—up in San Francisco under the moniker Diamond Supply Co. The brand quickly evolved into a full-range clothing company carrying everything from

Adopt Your New Best Friend | NKLA Super Adoption

  NKLA (No-Kill Los Angeles) is an initiative led by Best Friends Animal Society that brings together passionate animal lovers, city shelters, and an entire coalition of animal welfare organizations to end the killing of dogs and cats in shelters throughout the

Convenient, Affordable Yoga That Comes to You

  When it comes to yoga, it can be difficult to find an experienced teacher—in terms of training, teaching and self-practice— at a reasonable price and convenient location. Enter Yogis On The Move: a traveling yoga studio featuring knowledgeable, dedicated

Healthy, Gourmet Fast-Food. It Exists at sweetgreen

  Seasonal eating: hardly a novel idea for Angelenos. Here in LA, we’ve been championing the concept for a minute; it’s kind of our thing. But what’s ethical and healthy for the consumer can be expensive and fussy when you’re

Neighborhood Watch: The Koreatown Edition

Koreatown is one of the most dynamic cultural enclaves in Los Angeles, which—if you’re behind the notion that LA is the new cultural capital of the US—is really saying something. From foodie destinations to day spas, K-town is home to

War On Drugs Live at The Greek

  Indie rockers War On Drugs make their Greek Theatre debut on Friday, October 16th. The Philly natives will take the iconic stage in support of last year’s critically acclaimed album, Lost in a Dream. The band’s 3rd studio record

Calling All Local Artists: LA CANVAS Presents Art Brawl

  Got Halloween plans? Well, if you’re an LA artist, now you do. This Oct 31st, our pals at El Jimador are sponsoring a Halloween party. But this isn’t your run of the mill Dia de los Muertos rager; this Halloween, the tequila

Arts Brookfield Presents: Sam Marsey @ FIGat7th

  Contemporary music authority Arts Brookfield brings its popular series to FIGat7th once again this Saturday, September 12th from noon-3pm. Sounds of LA, a monthly series of concerts in the FIGat7th TASTE Courtyard, has featured local favorites Ethio Cali and Irene Diaz, and

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