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No It’s Actually Good. : Malo, Silverlake

  Malo is, in my humble opinion, the quintessential hipster Mexican restaurant and bar you figured you’d find in LA. I appologize if the word “hipster” prompted a groan in annoyance, BUT, their effort to make a cool and unforgettable dining experience does not go un-noted. You wont walk in and walk out in disgust...

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5 2013 Trends To Maybe Reconsider

Trends by nature of the meaning come and go; some stick around forever and turn into classics, and some you will eventually look back at, laugh in slight disappointment, and wonder “wtf was I thinking”.  Oh, I’ve been there. I practically go there every year. I was once hot on the heels of the choker...

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WWMD – What Would Michelle Do

  Week two of WWMD… let’s dive right in. I received an e-mail from a dating single expressing that finding a date isn’t a problem, it’s finding a good one. She has recently been on countless dates, brought to her by OK Cupid. Since the most recent date was just as bad as the one...

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A Birthday Only LA Could Give You. : Heather’s Tale From The LA Underground

  Name: Heather Occupation: Fashion Merchandiser Location: Atwater Village Favorite Neighborhood Spot: The Morrison Most Memorable LA Moment: I had the kind of 21st birthday that only our marvelously strange city of Los Angeles could give a person. After drinks at Katsuya, my sister and I began to walk to our first bar stop when...

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Day Date Downtown

    Sad but true story… before a few weeks ago I’d never even heard of Union Station / Grand Central Market… and shame. on. me. What an incredible, not to mention historic LA spot! A friend had visited this past week to do some scouting for the company she works for, Tastemade (FOODIES CHECK...

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Pretty In Printed Trousers

  I’m a recent subscriber to the trouser trend, yes, it took me a few years to catch on but finally I’m embracing these new pants as part of my closet. A few yeas ago I went to Europe for a month with a friend, and I found that one of the biggest culture shocks...