MUSEUMS OF THE ARROYO DAY: a free ride back in time.

  Love to looky-loo at historical homes?  Interested in LAPD gangster-gumshoe struggles? Wish you could travel back in time?     Check out the 21st anniversary of the Museums of the Arroyo Day (MOTA) on Sunday, May 16th for all of the above (well, maybe not ACTUAL time travel…) plus suffragettes, a helicopter, and an Edwardian-era fashionista. You can park […]

Strange Kozmic Experience/Discount Spitz Doner Kebab: Rock ‘n rollin’ downtown on z cheap

  Easter is over, Passover is all but past.  You’ve  dressed up, seen your loved ones, and eaten big, (hopefully) delish dinners.   Ready to throw on your jeans and relax?  Today, the Grammy Museum debuts  Strange Kozmic Experience, which focuses on Sixties musical legends Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and the Doors who left an indelible mark on music with […]

Eagle Rock Brewery/PLAyLAnd/Verdugo Bar: Art, Suds, Play

  Artists and tacos and beer, oh my!  Tonight, it’s all happening off the 2…Freeway, that is.  Eagle Rock Brewery just debuted “Red Velvet”: their Imperial Ale with Rye.   Silky mouth-feel (Thanks, rye!), hints of chocolate, and an 11% alcohol content.  (Watch out for “speed traps” when you leave, Go Go’ers!)   To help celebrate the brewery’s newest baby, ERB is having […]

Go Go Now! Border Grill Truck at the Eagle Rock Brewery: Modern Mexican + marvelous microbrews = mellow you

  If you’re a food truck aficionado, a fan of  the Too Hot Tamales’ tasty chow, or just love artisanal beer,  go go now to  Eagle Rock!   Tonight, from 6-10PM, Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger’s Border Grill Truck will be parked outside the Eagle Rock Brewery:  the first brewery to operate in Los Angeles in over a century.  Perfect […]