7 best side hustles to thrive in L.A.

Do you need to earn extra cash? Despite what the Dow does, millions of Americans struggle to get by on one paycheck, let alone save for the extras. How can you pick up the additional cash? Why not adopt a side hustle? These money-making avenues work magic in helping you finally establish that emergency fund without tying yourself to another boss to obey. Get inspired … Continue reading 7 best side hustles to thrive in L.A.

Will you brave a shorter bob? Bomane Hair Salon snips the perfect cut

Bobs and short short hairstyles are back in fashion. Maybe its the New Year sparking change, a 90’s revival, or a newfound freedom, but we’ve been spotting shorter cuts all over LA. Gone are the days that just long free flowing hair is sexy because today’s 2020 short manes are hotter than ever. These short face-framing ‘dos cropped to showcase a beautiful face can also … Continue reading Will you brave a shorter bob? Bomane Hair Salon snips the perfect cut

7 of the Best Places for Photo Shoots in LA

Are you looking to take some shots that will leave the folks back home drooling about your vacation? Perhaps you merely want to showcase the spectacular beauty of the city you call home. Whether you’re a resident or a visitor, the City of Angels offers a world of scenic opportunity for memorable photographs.   Where are the best places to go, and when are the … Continue reading 7 of the Best Places for Photo Shoots in LA

Your Guide to Renting an Apartment in LA

You’ve decided to ditch the snow and ice and relocate to sunny California. You’re going to love life in the Golden State, but first, you need the right pad. How do you find the perfect apartment in this region? Apartment hunting in LA is different from doing so elsewhere. The city itself has no centralized hub, but consists of a series of interconnected smaller towns. … Continue reading Your Guide to Renting an Apartment in LA

14 Ways to Get into the Holiday Spirit in LA

Los Angeles offers the perfect winter getaway for people from colder climates who seek a bit of sun. Residents and tourists alike can get in the spirit of the season in a multitude of ways. The perfect climate invites outdoor exploration, which is ideal for viewing festive lights. The vibrant city comes alive with festivals and shows that make the region unique. This year, if … Continue reading 14 Ways to Get into the Holiday Spirit in LA

The Tubes’ Fee Waybill On Playing The Whisky On Dec. 20 & Why He Loves L.A.

As led by singer Fee Waybill since 1972, The Tubes have scored plenty of hit songs, including “She’s A Beauty,” “Talk To Ya Later,” “White Punks On Dope” and “Don’t Wanna Wait Anymore.” Waybill has also done well working with the Foo Fighters, Steve Lukather, Kenny Loggins, Vixen and Richard Marx, beyond appearing in Xanadu and Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. One of the first theatrical rock bands, The Tubes have … Continue reading The Tubes’ Fee Waybill On Playing The Whisky On Dec. 20 & Why He Loves L.A.

Los Angeles Holiday Gift Guide Inspiration 2019

Always inspired and fascinated by living in LA, we have whipped up a list of some of our favorite discoveries this year in LALA Land. Here’s the LaLaScoop! We discovered most of these products in LA – so stuff your beloveds’ stockings this year with something your favorite human will love. Imperia Caviar Imported to LA from Russia with love, why not give your friend who … Continue reading Los Angeles Holiday Gift Guide Inspiration 2019

9 Songs That Perfectly Represent LA

If iconic locations can inspire artistic majesty, then the City of Angels is pure magic. Few cities have inspired more songs about their wonders. From old school rockers to modern rappers, song mavens in all genres pay tribute to Los Angeles. These nine songs celebrate everything that makes LA unique. If it’s cold and snowy where you’re located, put in your earbuds, turn up the … Continue reading 9 Songs That Perfectly Represent LA

Author Ben Merlis On His New Book, Cold Chillin’ Records & More

As hip-hop first exploded throughout New York City’s boroughs and surrounding towns, a new generation was emerging: the first to be raised on the genre. At the center of it all was a collective known as The Juice Crew, as led by the charismatic radio personality Mr. Magic, whose Rap Attack was the first program of its kind on a commercial station; that show was, of course, … Continue reading Author Ben Merlis On His New Book, Cold Chillin’ Records & More

20 new food and drink brands to add to your kitchen

Whether you are hosting a gathering at home, celebrating New Year’s, partaking in an NFL Sunday or attending a holiday party, it pays to have an equipped kitchen and pantry. However, it is not always easy to keep up with the latest and greatest brands out there on the market. As a frequent reader of industry trades, a prolific interviewer of brand ambassadors and a … Continue reading 20 new food and drink brands to add to your kitchen