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Yamashiro front facade at night

Yamashiro: The Story of An L.A. Icon

02/12/2017

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From its origins as a private estate to its modern incarnation as an Asian fusion restaurant, event venue and filming location, the fascinating history of Yamashiro is something out of a Hollywood script.

Capitol Records Building

Hidden Gems in Los Angeles: Special Grammy Awards Edition

02/09/2017

Gustavo Turner

Like many buildings and structures on the this list, the recording studio compound on 6000/6050 Sunset Blvd. has seen many changes of names, and owners. Currently refurbished as United Recording Studios, offering a vintage recording experience to new acts, this is the historic venue where Frank Sinatra made his 60's-era Reprise recordings back when it was known by its iconic name: United Western Recorders. The building is also a California pop shrine: Brian Wilson crafted a lot of Pet Sounds and Smile between these walls, as recently (and amazingly) recreated for the film Love and Mercy

Outside the Frolic Room on Hollywood Boulevard

The Best Dive Bars in Los Angeles Neighborhoods

01/19/2017

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A Mexican dive bar by day, La Cita transforms into a live music and DJ venue at night. Located on Hill Street just steps from Grand Central Market, La Cita hosts weekday Happy Hours out on the expansive patio from 4-9 p.m., featuring $3 Tecates and domestics, $4 imports and wells. Friday's "Angry Hour" adds punk rock and free pizza to the festivities. "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (2-9 p.m.) features a Build Your Own Bloody Mary Bar. Sports are a big part of La Cita - two flat screen TVs indoors, two flat screens outdoors, and a large projector screen show international soccer and domestic pro sports, along with major NCAA games. Music at La Cita ranges from old school hip-hop on Monday night to rockabilly (Thursdays 4-9 p.m.), cumbia (Thursdays, $7 cover after 10 p.m.), "Punky Reggae" every Friday night and Yacht Rock on Saturday afternoon.

M-F 11 a.m. - 2 a.m., Sat-Sun 10 a.m. - 2 a.m.
336 S Hill St, Downtown Los Angeles
213.687.7111

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone stroll the Colorado Street Bridge in "La La Land"

The Guide to Late Night Dining in Los Angeles

11/17/2016

Esther Tseng

From New York pizza to authentic ramen noodles and a popular taco truck, there are numerous multicultural options besides the classic greasy spoon. Read on to find out the tasty spots around L.A. open until at least 2 a.m. to buffer a night of imbibing with a hearty nightcap.

Magician Steve Spill performing at Magicopolis in Santa Monica

Discover the Best Magic Shows in Los Angeles

11/03/2016

Jordan Gold

Home of The Academy of Magical Arts for more than 50 years, the Magic Castle in Hollywood is widely considered one of the most difficult places to get into. Here are some of the other best places to find live magic in Los Angeles.

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