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Death & Bikram Yoga

Death And Bikram Yoga Kyle Fitzpatrick Los Angeles 1

It’s been a while since I’ve been to Bikram Yoga. I couldn’t tell you the last time I attended a class but my guess would be that I was here over a year ago. Maybe even a few years ago. I haven’t let myself go or anything but going to Bikram became a chore. Getting to the “Silverlake” location was difficult since it is actually in Atwater/Glendale biking there is hard. Continued practice can be pricey, too. Excuses mounted and I opted to take a break.

But my body needed to return. I had to go back in order to fight the arrival of “Suburban Dad Body”, a figure that I could easily see my figure skipping towards if unattended (and perhaps caused by too much fried chicken). I also needed peace of mind, to extinguish young adult anxieties and squash career related creative frustrations. Bikram Yoga is fulfilling in many ways. Like a homecoming, I try return to it often to keep myself in check. It’s one of those absurdly Los Angeles physical supplements not too dissimilar from The Master Cleanse.

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David Walter Banks Gets To Los Angeles

David Walter Banks Los Angeles 2

A few weeks back I had the chance to work with and meet new Los Angeles photographer David Walter Banks. He’s recently relocated from the South and works mainly as an editorial and commissioned photographer. He has a totally clear style and is very, very talented—and very sweet. While digging through his work and checking out what he does, we found a brilliant documentation of his newly arriving in Los Angeles which he’s shared on his blog. The result is a series called Escape To LA and it shows an LA newcomer finding, loving, and adjusting to the city.

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“Report Finds Los Angeles at Risk of Decline”

New York Times Los Angeles Risk Of Decline

Here is some New York City sensationalism: the New York Times published and article titled “Report Finds Los Angeles at Risk of Decline.” Okay, dudes. But, truth telling: most of the article is bogus but our “expanding” so quickly from outsider money is something to be concerned about. Who is really in control of LA? Do those people actually care about the city? That’s where we see the imminent decline coming from…


A Delicate Balance Odyssey Theatre

Odyssey Theatre is welcoming Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance starting April 26 through June 15. The show features a stacked cast and is one of Albee’s most memorable works.

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Freehand Gallery Jewelry Show

West 3rd’s Freehand Gallery is welcoming their annual Jewelry Show from April 26 through May 31. There will be an artist talk on the 26th at 4PM, too.

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Surfers Healing Bloomingdale's Los Angeles 1

Century City’s Bloomingdale’s will welcome rad organization Surfers Healing, a group who host surf camps and workshops to benefit autistic children, to their Men’s Store. It’s happening April 27 and will feature wears that benefit the brand. If you can’t make that, April 26 there will be a similar event at South Coast Plaza.

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April Make And Take Vegan Cooking Class Plant Based Parties

Plant Based Parties is having their monthly make and take event on April 27. The event is a fun Chopped style cooking event that features vegan food and culinary creativity.

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Wildflowering LA Fritz Haeg LAND

After a season of growth, it’s time for LAND and Fritz Haeg’s Wildflowering L.A. to come to life with an exhibition. The showing will be in Pasadena on April 26 and April 27.

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