At the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles, California sits a restaurant you know. Not because you had a memorable meal there, although there's a slight chance you did, but because you've seen it before ... many times.
Johnie's Coffee Shop opened in 1956 as Romeo's Times Square and, despite a few name changes, had served food and coffee to patrons until it closed its doors in 2000. And while the restaurant closed up shop 15 years ago, everything inside is still pristine. The lights are on, the tables are clean, the seats are polished. There's just no one there.
Johnie's Coffee Shop is a Hollywood's restaurant. One of the Hollywood restaurants. When a film director needs a diner, coffee shop, or restaurant with that 1950s California Googie vibe, he/she ... continue reading
Airbnb has opened up a world of traveling possibilities. You're no longer locked into hotel locations and prices. And while the company and hosts have given you more options in crowded cities and standard travel spots, they've also provided some off the beaten path. Yes, Airbnb is a godsend for the outdoorsman. ... continue reading
MeUndies makes the worlds most comfortable underwear - specializing in non-riding, ridiculously comfortable underwear made from Lenzing Modal fabric. And don’t think that comfort needs to trump style either, because with limited edition artist collaborations, you'll literally be wearing a piece of art. March’s Design of the Month, The Valley by Alex Zohar, is a prime example of how artistic expression can mesh with supreme quality and comfort to create the perfect pair of undies. MeUndies delivers the most premium underwear straight to your door - so try them today and get free shipping to the U.S. and Canada. ... check it out
When you hit your local liquor store or brewery in search of some new beers to try, there are a few we’d recommend keeping an eye out for. Some of these are brand new, some are seasonals making their return, and some were just announced for future release. So next time you’re out scouting some potential fridge-dwellers, ... continue reading
Goods: Stealth Knives
While blatantly carrying around a knife is one way to make sure you don’t get attacked, it’s also a quick way to come off as a lunatic to the 99.99% of other people who don’t want to attack you. For a handy knife that’s a bit more covert, consider one of these. Each could assist you ... continue reading
It's not hard to make a beer smell like weed. A handful of breweries have done it, and it really just requires the right hops. Toss enough dank hops at your brew, and all of a sudden you can market it as "Stoner Ale." While cool, it's not exactly the most creative thing to ever come out of a fermenter. With that in ... continue reading
If you've ever stayed at an Ace Hotel you've probably left with more than a few pictures and notes about DIY projects inspired by the decor around you. Megan and Mike Gilger of The Fresh Exchange had a similar experience with the cushy headboards found at the hotels and decided to make their own. If you want to tackle ... continue reading
Whether you read on a tablet, Kindle, or still prefer the smell of a freshly cracked paperback, finding your next great book is never easy. You could never read all the new releases each week, so it helps to know what's worth your time. Here are a handful of new titles we think deserve a space on your eReader or on ... continue reading
Whether to top a burger or to dip some fries, the ketchup of choice is almost always Heinz. The famous ketchup has been produced for well over 100 years and annual sales now reach around $1.5 billion. But how much do you know about the king of condiments? Here’s a little history and insight into the label and the ... continue reading
From New York to Milan to Paris to Istanbul, street style photographers barely have enough time to catch their breath when they're jetsetting around covering fashion weeks all over the world. If you think the only people that look good are the models, designers and bloggers on the other side of the lens you're sorely ... continue reading
Goods: Unusual Beer Glasses That Don't Suck
When you think of an unusual beer glass, you probably think of a novelty item for sale at Spencer Gifts that’s sadder than the swill someone will put in it. That’s why, for the most part, you should stick to the appropriate glassware for your different brews. That ... continue reading
There's a scene in the first season of Peaky Blinders where Thomas Shelby (Cillian Murphy) whips his razor blade-laced newsboy cap across the face of a gypsy who just proudly insulted his family. In that moment, all the coldness in his Shelby's bleeds out on the screen. It's the kind of moment that makes you shout, ... continue reading
Your camera isn't just a tool, it's also an accessory. And while performance is still the most important factor when buying a new one, having a good-looking camera strapped around your neck has a certain appeal to it. For that, the new wave of retro-inspired cameras fit the bill. Here are the ones we think deliver ... continue reading
Location, location, location. The adage doesn't just apply to real estate; it applies to the world of craft beer. Some of greatest beers being produced might simply not be available anywhere near you. So what's a hophead to do when he wants to try some Heady Topper or Pliny the Elder but he lives in Texas?
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Instead of wading through the massive amount of new app releases searching for a few diamonds in the rough, just let us be your guide. This is a collection of our favorite new apps for both iOS and Android for your downloading pleasure.
Funny or Die Weather
Like many of the other weather apps, Funny or Die Weather ... continue reading