This Thursday, hit up the Zanerobe Fall Launch Party at The Well. Scope their newest collection, “We’re Wolves”, refresh from their Heineken or Redbull sponsors, and check out rad DJ sets that include Brrrang-a-dang, Flinch, and a very special surprise guest (you know we love a good secret). Party starts at 8pm. RSVP to RSVP@zanerobe.com.
The drive-in movie theatre is just as quintessential to classic Americana as hot dogs and BBQs. Although drive-ins are scarce, they are far from forgotten. The Vineland Drive-In Movie Theatre pays homage to the good ole’ days of first kisses, late night flicks, greasy snacks, great friends and summer memories. Vineland is open 7 days a week, and for only $9, this place is a steal. (Hint – on weekends you can catch double or triple flicks – the first feature replays after the second one is over) Check out what’s playing here.
Upgrade your dinnerware and support a local cause. All month, from August 1-31, the Home Plate Dinnerware Exchange from Heath Ceramics is teaming up with the Skid Row Housing Trust to donate collected dinnerware to community kitchens or to one of their newly housed individuals. Simply swap your lightly used dinnerware for 25% off of any corresponding, first quality pieces of Heath Ceramics dinnerware. (For example, bring in 8 mugs, and receive 25% off of 8 new Heath mugs). We’re totally onboard for such an awesome, local philanthropic collab!
FRANK151 released the newest chapter of their cult quarterly, FRANK Book CHAPTER 52: China, as curated by Eastern lifestyle powerhouse brand CLOT. Chapter 52 highlights China’s vast underground subcultures, with interviews by RZA, KAWS, Nigo, Bobby Hundreds, Matthew Williams, Michael Dupouy, SSUR, Vashtie Kola, and more. The quarterly explores the legend of the King of Kowloon, profiles international fashion photographer Wing Shya, Basquiat’s impact on Chinese streetwear design, and even discusses where to find the best dim sum in the world. Consider this your essential underground, anti-tourist guide to China.
OK, we’ve officially given in to the NYC cronut craze – or as we Angeleno’s call it, the doughssant daze. The most hyped doughssant (read: cross between a donut and a croissant) is Spudnuts, located in Canoga Park. So far, they only come in two flavors: chocolate hazelnut or powdered sugar. Either way, you can’t go wrong – these delicate treats are sinfully delicious. Stay tuned for our own CULT doughssant taste test.