HALFBLUUD // THIS TUESDAY // THE SATELLITE LA

Everyone loves a free show, right? It’s even better when the music is actually really great ( think Suicide mixed with a Shoe-Gaze love song on heart ache) and the band mates aren’t too bad to look at. Full package, guys. This Tuesday, July 2nd, the Satellite presents Halfbluud. I think that this band will […]

Parachute Market // This Weekend

Come out Saturday and Sunday for Parachute Market! A seasonal design fair offering furniture, objects, fine arts, sculpture, new and vintage fashion by the next wave of Southern California artists, designers and collectors, many of them based in or around the Downtown LA area… and really good grub! The first year this is going down and […]

THE GETTY MUSEUM // JAPAN’S MODERN DIVIDE

Japan’s Modern Divide showcases the work of two 20th-century photographers, Hiroshi Hamaya and Kansuke Yamamoto, who represent two contrasting yet complimentary paths in Japanese photography. Hiroshi Hamaya favored objective documentation, while Kansuke Yamamoto favored more avant-garde forms of expression. The exhibition documents two photographers and their ability to embody two sides of modern Japanese life: […]

KCRW Summer Nights // 2013

Summer is finally here. Thank god! One thing this means is KCRW’s Summer Nights events – where they come out of the studio and into communities across L.A. again with a series of free, all-ages, outdoor shows. From Pasadena to the Pacific and beyond. One of my favorites is the evenings they host at the Hammer […]

Be Here // Now-ish

Liz Armstrong, a writer for our next issue (in the works!!!) co wrote this comedy web show “Be Here Now-ish”. Currently, they are trying to gain funding to both finish it and pitch it to networks. Check out the trailer! It will make you giggle and possibly turned on. Plenty of crystal, raw & kale […]

TONALISM // Event to Attend

The Work Magazine is super excited to attend & cover TONALISM. dublab has joined creative forces with The New LA Folk Fest to present their long-running ambient event Tonalism at Zorthian Ranch, the famous outsider art space nestled in the foothills of Altadena. Today is the LAST DAY to buy $20 tickets for this legendary all night […]

Sunday Wine Tasting // Private BottleStock Rosé // Our More Delicate Side

This past Sunday, I had the pleasure of entertaining some of the most wonderful women I know and would like to get to know, at my home in Silverlake.  There are many more women I wanted to include, and plan on having more intimate fun times with all of them in the future.  I was […]

PUNK // CHAOS TO COUTURE

Talk about a badass combination. The Met’s spring 2013 Costume Institute exhibition, PUNK: Chaos to Couture takes you on a journey exploring punk fashion from original punk garments to more recent, high fashion pieces by some of the worlds more influential designers. The exhibit gives an in depth look at the relationship between the all too […]

EDIBLE CINEMA // THIS IS SPINAL TAP

The Soho House team has done it again. Event manager, Zoe Fletcher, joins forces with Bombay Sapphire to bring you a wacky new sensory experience of film and food, called Edible Cinema. Set at the Electric in London, moviegoers are seated in plush leather chairs or beds (yes, beds) while they’re thrust onto a roller […]

Devendra // Joshua Tree

  I had the pleasure of seeing Devendra Banhart in Joshua Tree this past weekend. We arrived right before sunset, fed some pigs, walked around admiring the desert flowers in bloom and chatted with Devendra’s fiance the very talented and quite funny Ana Kras. When the band took to the stage, it was complete darkness. […]