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Friday, February 16, 2018

Cereal Bar & Breakfast For Dinner: Milk Tavern & Nighthawk Breakfast Bar

Those who want the taste of sugary with a crunch or soggy sweet in milk with a some-what adult way of getting it have the option of a cereal bar and a place that serves breakfast as it's only choice.

Milk Tavern located in Koreatown has the novelty of being a cereal bar. Yes, you can select from 19 different cereals to slurp or drink down. You have customization options and there's a deal to get it with vanilla ice cream. So if you want Oreo O's and Lucky Charms ( you get to mix two cereals) for $5.90 in a nice cafe setting this is the place. Yes, you can get more cereal and toppings if you pay a few quarters more.
Cotton Candy Ice Cream Burrito
They have some other interesting entries in their menu. Cotton Candy Ice Cream Burrito sounds like a show stopper.

You have to ask about their seasonal stuff too like liquor infused ice cream and beer floats. On top of that they're a cafe and a bar. So you can get a coffee, cake, wine or beer on tap.

The location lingers into your mind for how nice and bright it looks. There's greenery and even consoles for old-school game play. There's also a secret room, that's not so secret, that you can rent for parties and do some karaoke in.

Who doesn't want to sit down, have some cereal and maybe some ice cream for a treat?

Milk Tavern
528 S. Western Ave.
Los Angeles, CA
M-Sun 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.

For those who only want breakfast and possibly some booze there's Nighthawk Breakfast Bar. This place caters to those who just want something you might eat in the morning, except that's the only thing you can eat there.

A very large selection of different tasty breakfast options to choose from including: Candied Bacon Breakfast Burger and the Drunken French Toast both of which that sound very tasty & filling. You may have guessed from that last name of the dish some of these foods are infused with liquor. It doesn't stop there. Then even have Spiked Cereals! Really the milk is spiked, but you can get Cinnamon Toast Crunch & Spiced Rum, Cocoa Puffs & Vanilla Vodka, maybe just try Fruit Loops & Gin.

It is a bar too, so you can gloss over the rest of their selection if you just need more with your big breakfast. They have plenty different coffee, beer and wine to choose from.

This place looks more like a modern bar/diner. You can sit, drink and stuff your face with breakfast goodness.

So if in the mood for breakfast, really whenever the place is open, head over and try some.

Nighthawk Breakfast Bar
417 Washington Blvd
Venice, CA 90292 

  Mon closed
 Tue -Thu 6:00 pm - 12:00 am
Fri 11:00 am - 1:00 am
Sat 10:00 am - 1:00 am
Sun 10:00 am - 12:00 am

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Alien Zoo: Pop Up At The Atrium

We have an alien zoo to visit? Well, we have a virtual reality Alien Zoo to visit. Until Mar 2 you have a chance to try out at a virtual reality pop-up that takes you to a zoo filled with alien creature at Westfield Century City Mall.

Here's their synopsis of what'll happen:

In this unique experience, you and your friends will walk side by side with massive beasts, play with adorable and exotic creatures and fight the most deadly predator in all the cosmos.
ALIEN ZOO is a riveting immersive experience that uses entirely new VR technology to combine the thrill of an epic theme park attraction with the awe and wonder of a great film – challenging you and your fellow travelers to work together not only to survive, but to prove that there is still hope for humanity in our exciting, yet unpredictable, universe.

Alien Zoo: Pop Up At The Atrium
Now- Mar 2
Westfield Century City
10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90067
*Right now it's sold out, but there is a standby list

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Some Valentines We Liked Online

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Lazrfit: Have You Tried The Laser Tag Work Out?

by Jonathan Bilski

On a weekend not long ago we thought we entered a regular gym, that was at least the set up when you first enter Lazrfit. Located downtown, not that far from the Convention Center is a seemingly average gym with a somewhat strange name. You might think it's a brand focus, like laser fit accuracy on getting your weight down. No. It has you shooting lasers at each other.

When we first arrived in the seemingly average gym we were welcomed by Lucie Colin Robert and then shortly by her pumped husband Philip Du Lac, who doesn't want you to call him that. He wants you to call him Tarzan.

Tarzan was all in right away. Personality wise this guy was more than happy to show us around and share with us the concept behind the place all while we were still in awe of the laser tag arena we had never seen before.

Tarzan showed us his new type of gym, modern hits played around us as Tarzan took us aside from the front of the building.
Your laser gun

We entered the back and to our surprise he showed us the new gear that he was more than proud of, heck, it was custom made. So forget the laser guns you got when you played laser tag at someones birthday when you were nine. This new baby borrows a bit from the film Predator. Three laser dots fire out to show you where you striking, in the center of those dots is where the actual detected "laser"  comes out. That means accuracy goes way up from when you've last played laser tag.

This isn't your best friend's birthday party, you've go to aim well to get shots in. You're wearing a custom chest plate with LEDs on it. You can aim for not only the center, you can also aim for the shoulders and the gun itself. It'll display where your hit in red.

You won't be allowed to fire unless the equipment detects you've worked for it. That means moving. You've got to move, run in place, or just do something so your gear detects that your still active and you'll earn your way back in the game.

So camping is out of the game, you've got to move. Forget walking, you're working out.

Every time a game starts your locker will have your name or really your gear will display it on your gun. You'll find it and then gear up.

*They do have left and right blasters.
*They wash the chest plates after the matches as they have an easy way to remove the electronics from the the part making contact with your sweat.
*You sign a waiver the first time you play.

The arena is like a wonderland. Tarzan demonstrated his namesake by jumping in the air and shooting the other players with ease. The wooden obstacles, the walls, they are there not only for you to hide behind, there also there for you to jump over.

Tarzan told me your not suppose to stay on top of them that's against the rules your suppose to get your body over them for quick attacks. No climbing. They were designed for players to jump off of get a second of air to fire and get back in the game.

*Maximum is 12 people in a round

Games are fast and intense. Build up your stamina and strength if you plan on coming or you'll need to build it up while there. This is a work out, a real work out. Sure, they warm you up with some exercises outside of the arena to stretch you out and to get your blood flowing. You have an onslaught of action ahead of you.

After suiting up it's a high intensity game. It was fun, fast and still a a form of play. You're running around the arena trying to dodge attacks. You're hiding, you're moving, there's not a down time until the match is over. In that time a few minutes can seem like an eternity. The first level of match is eight minutes and you might scoff at that, but it takes it all out of you. And that's when they add time to each round. No, you've got to endure and strike.

After the match/es you'll want to cool down, grab a drink and then check out who got the most shots in or check out the calories you burned. All that custom gear has a read out at the end of the match that you can check out. It's a great way to see how you can improve and what your working for.

Tarzan was probably the best part, he motivates you and he was in the game too. He wants you to work out and have fun. And kick your a$$ at the game.

Tarzan told me plans of expansion. Maybe a more long term info on players and their lifetime of results. Let's just say he wants more people to join and to make it more of a sport along with it being a work out.

Right now, it's a very active way of burning calories and comparable to a gym. You play a few rounds and you'll definitely fill it. It beats the heck out of seating on a machine at your local gym and reading a book or watching a show while exercising.

Give lasers a shot for just a session.

400 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 893-8194 
M-F 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
S-Sun 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Appointment Only

FREE first game
20 min
Experience lazRfit
50 min
Special thanks to Tarzan for the first person video and letting us try out Lazrfit


Weekly What To Do: Yo Love Ya LA

Neko Ninja 2/14/[email protected] 7PM
JFLA Auditorium 
5700 Wilshire Blvd, #100, Los Angeles, CA 90036

Kagerota, a rogue ninja, is a wanted man as his clansman believes that he knows whereabouts of the scrolls which tells the mythical skills of warriors changing appearances to win battles. Kagerota is taking "Father," an overweight, golden-haired and red-nosed cat in his bag. He believes the cat is the feline form of his long-disappeared and legendary ninja father Kuze Kenzan because of the same red nose as Kenzan's.

HOMAGE x NBA All-Star Week Pop-Up
February 14February 18
517 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036
"Come visit us at the CLSC LIFE space (517 N Fairfax Ave) starting 2/14 at 11 AM through Sunday. We’ll have pop-up shop exclusive gear and surprise guests all week, so keep your eyes on us."
Fantastic Planet Screening
Thurs, Feb 15, 7:30pm
NoHo 7
5240 Lankershim Blvd.
A classic cult film that's pure sci-fi and weird imagery. Humanity isn't doing so well being the pets of giant blue aliens and it gets stranger
2/15 (Adv. Opening):,[PM7:30,10:30],2/16~2/20:,[AM10:30],[PM1:25,4:25,7:25,10:25],2/21~:,TBA
CGV Cinemas

We told you when we spotted another ScreenX screening and here you go. ScreenX using three screens to almost full encapsulate you in the film. This action packed Marvel movie seems like a good choice.
2/15 (Adv. Opening):,[PM10:00],2/16~2/21:,[AM10:00],[PM12:40,3:30,6:20,9:15],2/22~:,TBA
CGV Cinemas
When a series of unusual murders occurs, Detective K (KIM Myung-min) and his partner (OH Dal-soo) are once again called upon to solve the case. Along the way, he teams up with a beautiful woman (KIM Ji-won) with amnesia and together they discover Vampire bite marks on all of the bodies. As they investigate further, they begin to realize that the woman is somehow closely connected to the deaths.

Hentai Event
Friday, Feb 16, 8:30pm-10:30pm
Anime Jungle

"UTC will join it to carry 18+ figures, there are lots of manga, books, and dojinshi as well!! We will show some items until the day comes, so don't miss our posts! Oh, don't forget to add the event on your schedule too!!" 

The Chocolate and Art Show
Feb 16-17
Both show begins at 8PM and goes on until 2AM. 

The Vortex
2341 East Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90021  $15, 21+

Indulge yourself in some of LA's finest up-and-coming artists, photographers and creators! There is something for every body including live body painting, vendors, live music, face-painting, and free chocolate!

The 119th Golden Dragon Parade
Saturday, February 17th, 2018 at 1:00 P.M.
*Parking will be nuts, we recommend the Metro, Lyft or Uber
Since the mid-1980's, the Golden Dragon Parade has expanded to include almost two dozen floats, multiple marching bands, government officials, various dignitaries, entertainers, local business leaders and cultural groups. The parade theme emphasizes ethnic diversity, Chinese culture and exposure to Chinese-American businesses. The parade continues to be a rich and diverse experience for Angelenos of all ages and ethnicities.

Chinatown comes to life with the parade making a festival of the entire area. So big crowds and a festive atmosphere for the whole area.

Santa Monica Place Lunar New Year
Saturday, February 17 from 2 – 6 p.m.
Santa Monica Place
395 Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica

Santa Monica Place commemorates the Year of the Dog with the annual Lunar New Year celebration on Saturday, February 17. Hosted by Katherine Ho from The Voice on NBC, celebrations will include authentic cultural performances and activities such as the traditional Chinese dragon dance, Korean fan dance, stilt walkers, classical folk music from a Chinese musical duo, New Year’s Wishing Trees and family-friendly arts and crafts for all to enjoy.

Long Beach Comic Expo
Feb 17-18
Long Beach Convention Center
$30 and up 

Fans you ready for another weekend of thrills? Cosplay, meet your comic heroes and other celebrities from TV and film all in one place. There's even another expo inside just about Space, Space Expo!

25th Annual ScotsFestival and International Highlands Games
Feb 17-18, 9AM-6PM
The Queen Mary
$25 online (ages 12+) and $12 online (ages 4-11) for one day general admission

"For its silver anniversary, ScotsFestival is bringing back the amazing Scottish clans & vendors throughout the weekend with professional and amateur competitions in piping, drumming, massed bands, darts, Highland dancing, and Highland athletics. The Scottish Highland Games, a precursor to today’s Olympic Games, were designed to test the strength, skill, and technique of ancient warriors, with competitors converging on our beautiful ship to once again test who’s the best!

Tastings, archery, herding and so much more are returning to celebrate the ancient culture of Scotland, as we celebrate our 25th year bringing culture and joy to the community!"

‘Louise Bourgeois. The Red Sky’, ‘Mark Bradford. New Works’, and ‘Geta Br─âtescu. The Leaps of Aesop’
Opening reception: Saturday 17 February, 6 – 9 pm
Hauser & Wirth
901 East 3rd Street, Los Angeles CA 90013

LA's Pin 'n' Patch Roadshow returns to ASCQ DTLA!
Sunday Feb 18, 12 PM - 5 PM

A Shop Called Quest (Los Angeles - Arts District)
300 S Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles, California 90013
LA's Pin 'n' Patch roadshow returns to ASCQ DTLA Feb 18th!!!
This curated "makers market" is a quarterly / one day event of the best vendors, artists, makers, creators and small business people in LA! This month we also will have food and live painting from various artists!!! Join us and get yourself a free pin for the first 50 peeps!!!

Japan Film Festival Fundraising Garage & Bake Sale
Sunday, Feb. 18, 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Chanoma House, 305 Indiana Street, El Segundo, CA 90245

Art Books, cook books, CDs, new DVDs, used DVDs, Clothes, Accessories, jewelries, camera, kitchenware, bags, sporting goods, some rare items with popular TV show logos, and many more.
Alexander Technique mini-private lesson also will be offered on the site.
There are baked goods. Brew coffee from one of the 10 best coffee roasters in LA, Demitasse Coffee Roasters.

Feb 19-Feb 25
Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles
929 South Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90015

"Voyager®, the world’s first premium cinematic VR chair, is the future of entertainment. And for a week in February at Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles, we’ve partnered with some of the most exciting narrative virtual reality artists to show why nothing compares to watching VR in Voyager®."

A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master 30th Anniversary Screening
Tue, February 20, 2018
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
TCL Chinese 6 Theaters
6801 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028

 A Q&A with the director Renny Harlin and cast moderated by Brian Collins of Birth.Movies.Death will follow the screening.
Tuesday, February 20th, 7:00 P.M.
The Ray Stark Family Theatre, SCA 108, George Lucas Building, USC School of Cinematic Arts Complex, 900 W. 34th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007
Free, Must RSVP

Featuring a Live Appearance by Apemania! Come early to take photos with your favorite Planet of the Apes Characters!