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Gay Los Angeles: 24-Hour Diners

11/18/2014

Frontiers LA

One of the reasons to visit Los Angeles is that there's just so much to do here - celebrity sightseeing, shopping on Melrose or Rodeo Drive, sunbathing in Venice, nightclubbing in Hollywood. With so many activities to check off your to-do list, when will you find the time to eat? Fortunately, L.A. has diners open 24-7 in nearly every neighborhood. We've listed some of the best late-night restaurants in the city.

Halloween Events in Los Angeles

09/28/2014

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From the world's largest Halloween street party, to family-friendly Halloween events at museums and other cultural institutions, Los Angeles offers fiendish fun and spooky scares for everyone.

LGBT Nightlife in Los Angeles

07/17/2014

Frontiers LA

Gay nightlife in L.A. is diverse and offers something for everyone, whether you opt for the LGBT hot spots in West Hollywood or prefer the neighborhood feel of Silver Lake. Check out these can't-miss, LGBT-friendly favorites and tell your friends back home that there's no place like LGBT Los Angeles.

L.A. Nightlife: Dance Clubs in Hollywood

07/17/2014

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With a world-class DJ culture and cutting-edge venues, Hollywood nightlife has a variety and excitement few cities in the world can match. Here is a rundown on some of Hollywood's hottest dance clubs, located close together so you can get your groove on at several spots in one night.

Where to Watch the World Cup in Los Angeles

06/05/2014

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The 20th FIFA World Cup is taking place in 12 cities across Brazil from June 12 to July 13, 2014. Los Angeles is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world, so bars and restaurants throughout the city are gearing up to host World Cup viewing parties. No matter which country you're rooting for, our handy graphic guide features restaurants and bars across Los Angeles where you'll feel right at home: CLICK HERE

Discover the Los Angeles Theatre Scene

06/03/2014

Shane Scheel

A night out at the theatre is a great way to get out of your neighborhood and discover this incredible city. Los Angeles is home to a wealth of talented artists, producers and arts organizations. What makes our theatre scene so special is that the best of the best come to Hollywood to act, sing, write, direct and design for television and film. In between jobs, many artists are looking to reconnect to their live performance roots, and L.A. audiences benefit from that passion to perform. A number of incredible theatre companies have emerged throughout the years and have put L.A. on the map as a major player in new American theatre. From blockbusters at the Pantages Theatre to unique performances such as For the Record: Tarantino at DBA, there’s something for everyone in L.A.’s exciting theatre scene.

Negroni Week in Los Angeles: June 2-8, 2014

06/02/2014

Daniel Djang

The second annual Negroni Week is taking place across the country and around the world from June 2-8, 2014. During Negroni Week, participating bars - over 1,200 as this post goes live - are mixing up Negronis and donating at least $1 from each cocktail sold to a charity of their choice. Campari has announced that it will donate $10,000 to the qualified charity of the bar or restaurant that raises the most money during this year’s Negroni Week.

Besides the classic Negroni - made with gin, Campari, sweet vermouth - imbibers can look forward to variations like the Negroni No. 9 at Rivera, and special events like the Negroni Soirée, taking place at Harlowe on Tuesday, June 3.

Following are just a few of the dozens of participating bars and restaurants in Los Angeles. Check the Negroni Week website for a complete list of participating bars, then follow the social media action via Imbibe Magazine’s Twitter and Instagram feeds, and the #NegroniWeek hashtag. Cheers!

Discover Koreatown Car Free: Nightlife

04/18/2014

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When it comes to cultural stature among both locals and visitors as well as population and sheer physical size, Koreatown is growing as fast as any L.A. district. Said to pack about 300,000 people in its five square miles, K-town contains the dining and entertainment options represent the best of the region. And with the Metro Rail Purple Line running down its Wilshire Boulevard spine (not to mention the area’s challenging parking), K-town is ideal for exploring car free. Discover the nightlife of one of L.A.'s most dynamic neighborhoods, from dinner to concerts at a landmark venue, and craft cocktails at a speakeasy.

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