Showing posts with label Los Angeles. Show all posts
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March 14, 2018

CALIFORNIA - The Mayumi Launches in Los Angeles Providing A Flexible, All-Inclusive Residential Stay Alternative and Creative Space to Long-Term Visitors


Los Angeles, CA (March 2018) - The Mayumi, a new residential concept by HQ Development is set to open April 2018 in Los Angeles. Located in the epicenter of Culver City, CA. This new space has been fashioned into a remarkable 35 unit flexible stay residence catering to long-term visitors looking for a monthly all-inclusive residential stay alternative and creative space.

Mayumi gives you the best of both worlds – a private haven and social hub. Created to provide an unparalleled living experience crafted on a foundation of design, flexibility, and community, Mayumi members can enjoy luxurious private rooms and common areas to connect with others.

August 1, 2017

CALIFORNIA - LOS ANGELES HAUNTED HAYRIDE UNVEILS MOST ICONIC AND HORRIFYING THEME YET AS "CLOWN" IS ANNOUNCED FOR 2017

WE'VE PULLED OUT ALL THE STOPS AND DECIDED TO JUST RUIN PEOPLE THIS YEAR WITH THE BIGGEST GIRTH OF HORRIFYING CLOWN MAYHEIM YOU'RE SURE TO FIND ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY. COME INTO THE WOODS TO FEEL THE TERROR OF "CLOWN."

(August 1, 2017Ten Thirty One Productions (TTO) is excited to announce the highly anticipated return of the most popular Halloween attraction in the country, the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride  coming September 29th to Griffith Park with limited pre-sale tickets available now. TTO will allow guests to come face-to-face with their biggest, darkest fears for the scariest Halloween immersion experience on the West Coast.
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride (@LAHauntedHayride) returns with the most thrilling ride yet as guests become completely absorbed within the experience. Clown will feature four zones guaranteed to make your skin crawl: Haunted HayrideHouse Of ShadowsTrick Or Treat, and PurgatoryTake a seat on our Haunted Hayride as we slither through the genuinely haunted woods of Griffith Park's Old Zoo. Meet a legion of vicious clowns waiting with more psychopathic fun than any wagon can handle. And if you think you know clowns...you don't know our clowns. The evolution of demonic apparitions that live within these trees have created a darkness that will leave with you and infiltrate your dreams. Clown- will literally have you on the edge of your seat and then forced out of those seats as you become immersed within your darkest fears escaping on foot to experience the winding, weaving Corn Maze smack dab in the middle of the ride! This year's hayride will be your favorite hayride to date. We are sure of it.

December 12, 2016

CALIFORNIA - WILD LIVING FOODS BRINGS NEO-PUEBLO STYLE TO DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

“Live Dirty, Eat Clean” at LA’s Newest Hub for a Creative and Healthy Lifestyle


(LOS ANGELES – Dec. 12, 2016) Wild Living Foods, the casual and stylish “Neo-Pueblo” inspired plant-based all-day restaurant located at the corner of 8thand Main in Downtown LA’s Fashion District, is now open. Wild Living Foods is the passion-project of husband and wife team Richard Torres and Lizbeth Sanchez.  The concept is inspired by the couple’s “Food Is Spirit” philosophy, with the goal of educating others about the power of clean food and its healing qualities.

“We created Wild Living Foods after being motivated to make clean food more convenient for the many who desire a healthier lifestyle but don’t have access or are dissuaded by current options. LA is a mecca for healthy cuisine, but we kept hearing from those in our community how inaccessible so much of it was.  Wild Living Foods is food by the people, for the people and we’re hoping to encourage our guests to enjoy a lifestyle where they live dirty, eat clean - seven days a week,” explains Richard and Lizbeth on the motivation behind founding Wild Living Foods and the void they hope to fill in the Downtown LA dining community.

With over 40-years of combined experience cooking gourmet plant-based cuisine, the culinary team is led by executive chef Belinda Wei, chef de cuisine Alex Gomez, and sous chef Abel Gomez (husband of Alex). Serving a diverse menu including dishes such as warm kelp noodle pasta, quinoa bowls, and signature salads like Ojai Ranch and medicinal herb salads, all dishes will highlight local, organic ingredients.  Wild Living Foods will also feature a wide variety of grab-n-go items made fresh each day, throughout the day, giving locals living and working in Downtown LA and adjacent neighborhoods the opportunity to eat clean, feel energized, and keep powering through their busy schedules.

Spearheading the beverage program is Santino Rice, best known for his appearances on Project Runway, On The Road With Austin & Santino and RuPaul's Drag Race. In line with Wild Living Foods philosophy that “Food is Spirit” with medicinal benefits, Rice is introducing a wide assortment of: juices and tonics that target various improving digestion, building natural immunities, and detoxification; healing elixirs that assist with one’s mood, performance, and breathing; and creamy milkshakes made with power foods and activated smoothies made with superfoods and other active ingredients.

The 2,800sf space features a bright and beautiful Neo-Pueblo design, anchored by a large, multi-wall, hand-painted mural by artist Jaque Fragua from Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico. His work features elements inspired from traditional Native American ceramics, blankets, and other motifs of traditional design, bridging Neo-Pueblo aesthetic with the all-natural, earth-based dishes offered. In addition, owners Liz and Richard worked with local artisans and craftspersons to create many of the other unique and stunning design elements by-hand, including the entire back wall of Wild Living Foods which is covered with reclaimed wood from vintage wine barrels, hand-cut and stained. In addition, the space features original 1928 vintage Malibu Potteries tiles running along the salad and remedy bars. Malibu Potteries tiles – were only produced in limited supply at the original factory just east of Malibu Pier, from 1926-1932 – are famous for also gracing countless historic homes and buildings in Los Angeles, including the Adamson House, The Mayan Theatre, and Los Angeles City Hall.

Wild Living Foods will be open seven days a week: Monday-Friday, 8am-Midnight; Saturday, 9am-Midnight; Sunday, 9am-7pm.  For more information visit www.wildlivingfoods.com.  Follow along on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @wildlivingfoods for up-to-the-minute updates.

Wild Living Foods - 760 Main St., Los Angeles, CA 90014, 213.266.8254.

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