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The Art of Bleeding

Published on 2010-03-03 | by Trisha

The Art of Bleeding has been around for a while, and it's been an evolving work of art for years now. At one point, there was a robot, a gorilla, and a puppet doing lord-knows-what. But now, the Art of Bleeding show goes without that pesky robot, cheesy gorilla suit and bothersome puppet interfering. This Saturday is Nurse Appreciation Night, celeb...

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Rock N' Roll Fantasy Camp: Living Your Dreams

Published on 2010-03-03 | by Trisha

Did you dream of having an adoring crowd of millions scream and cheer as you rocked out onstage, backed by towers of amps? Do you go to karaoke and secretly hate on all those who are taking it lightly, while you go up there and really channel Axel Rose, down to that sideways dance he does? But did your life have other plans for you, so that  y...

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Rise From the Rubble Haiti Benefit Concert

Published on 2010-02-24 | by Trisha

If you haven't texted money to Haiti, or wrote a check, or did anything to help besides watch the news and talk about it, here's your chance to do something good and listen to some great music while you're at it. Voices from the Rubble partners with Center for Lupus Care to give relief to the victims of the Haiti earthquake for a momentous night wh...

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Restaurants

Culver Cafe Thai

Published on 2010-02-24 | by Trisha

Washington Blvd in Mar Vista has been experiencing a great period in Los Angeles restaurants. Recently opening up and down the street between Lincoln and Sepulveda, Washington Blvd is slowly getting on the map for culinary destinations. Culver Cafe is the to-go Thai spot for great, cheap Thai in good-sized portions to fill your belly with healthy f...

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Restaurants

Mi Ranchito Homestyle Mexican Restaurant

Published on 2010-02-24 | by Trisha

If you’re in the mood for Mexican and you're around the Mar Vista/Culver City/Venice area, skip Paco’s Tacos, Tito's Tacos, La Cabanita, and Casablanca entirely. Who needs the brunch and dinner lines for some mediocre chips, watery margaritas, and fatty, greasy plates with half-hearted veggies? Go straight to Mi Ranchito, the less-known...

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Events

Daggers Rule!

Published on 2010-02-24 | by Trisha

The skater culture has always been rife with subcultures - you have the hip hop skaters, the skater punks (the most well-known of the skaters), the emo skaters, and the metal skaters. While all skater subcultures have their own self-made aesthetic, the metal skaters by far have the most colorful and have brought art into the mix the most. For once,...

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Revolver Golden Gods Awards

Published on 2010-02-24 | by Trisha

The most anticipated awards show of all time is taking place here in Los Angeles on April 8 at Club Nokia. The Revolver Golden Gods awards show, presented by Epiphone may well be one of the most epic awards show, and definitely one of the most entertaining. It’s an awards show chock full to the gullet of nothing but metal. Performances featur...

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Megadeth at the Palladium

Published on 2010-02-24 | by Trisha

Ahh, Megadeth, you're that band that the weird loner kids listened to at lunch, you're the band that our parents warned us about, you're the band that was so absolutely delicious to discover on our own. They've been rocking ever since frontman Dave Mustaine got kicked out of Alcoholica for being alcoholic, got pissed off and vowed to create a bigge...

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Events

Check Out Decked Out

Published on 2010-02-19 | by Trisha

This may well be one of the coolest art shows all year - it features art on recycled skate decks! Featured artist is Michael Pukac and tons of other artists! Check out who'll be showing their art: Amanda Sage, Motion One, Hans Haveron, L. Croskey, John Park, Spectr, Tommii Lim, Stix and Jones, Yuki Miyazaki, Nick Wildermuth, Ted Von Heiland, Anna C...

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Tinariwen at Royce Hall in UCLA

Published on 2010-02-19 | by Trisha

If you're looking for something totally different, and from left field, you already know to look to the UCLA Live program. But on February 20th, they're bringing something extra-special, something so far from the typical live music of Los Angeles, that it could very well blow your mind and expand your horizons at the same time. It's hard to imagine...

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