Pour some sugar on me…or in a 3D printer to make some tasty art.
In what could easily be a guerilla viral video for Taco Bell, home of the fourth and fifth meals, Charlie Sheen shows up in the drive-thru of a local Taco Bell and chats with a couple in a car.
There’s just something special about being on Los Angeles’ West Side. Maybe it’s in the scenic ambiance – the moments when you say to your friend, “Hey! Wasn’t [insert movie/television scene] filmed here?” Perhaps it’s all the fabulous shops and restaurants, filled with fabulous people.
We love us some baby news! Especially when it’s about someone we think is awesome. Big congrats goes out to Jimmy Kimmel and his wife Molly McNearney who welcomed their first child together to the […]
When you think “promiscuous,” you might think of dirty Echo Park hipsters giving handlebar mustache “rides” or Hollywood party girls having one too many shots of Patron before waking up in some stranger’s bed, but you’d be totally wrong.
At least that’s what app Spreadsheets attests after it tracked Los Angeles’ sex-fueled activities. The app curated sex stats from 4,290 Los Angeles area hook-ups which included how long the nookie took place.
Today is a sad day for cupcake lovers all over the country. Crumbs Bake Shop, one of the first gourmet cupcake shops to open in 2003 has announced that they are officially closing all of […]
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — @HiddenCash announced Sunday that he is going to be @ it again in the Southland, as promised. The Palo Alto-based real estate developer who had Los Angeles all in a tizzy when he dumped […]
With the popularity of blow dry bars creating several popping up daily in LA, it can be tough to choose one that fits you best. The blow dry bar, a salon offering just blow-outs (no […]
Drinking and driving is really, really dumb. So don’t do it. Meanwhile, keep your designated drivers away from these checkpoints so that you can go about your holiday weekend in peace.
CNN recently released a list of the Top 55 most stressed out cities in the country based on commute times, hours worked, crime, unemployment, poverty and more.
And we weren’t surprised, at all, in the least, to read that Los Angeles came in at lucky #3.
Let’s face it, most of us sit on a freeway for more hours than anyone should in the morning. Many of us are in the entertainment field, so long hours, and even longer work weeks are pretty much standard.