The iconic Italian brand Pirelli recently hosted an intimate dinner celebrating the release of their new cookbook, Miles and Meals: Handrcrafted by Pirelli. While I wouldn’t normally associate gourmet cuisine with premium tire manufacturing, when it comes to Pirelli, my appetite is in their hands. (Goodyear, not so much. In fact, Goodyear, I’m no longer trusting you with my car. You know why.)
In case you haven’t heard, there’s a Scoops in Highland Park now. We remember hearing news of it and thinking simply “????” because we never thought that the Mel-Hel ice cream spot would actually start spreading so much. But they are! Last week while in the area we stopped into the space to see how it was. Of course, it’s the same charming ice cream that Los Angeles has become obsessed with.
Guys!! Big news!! We’ve teamed up with our friends at The Devastator to have a little Pop-Up Shop at the Meltdown Annex on October 20 from 6PM to 11PM. It is a ONE NIGHT ONLY kind of thing and will be bringing the fun of a physical store to Sunset Blvd. Get more information here!
The worn adage “Time flies when you are having fun.” is particularly special today as it marks the first year (to this post exactly!) that LAIY has been around. That’s right: it’s our first brithday–and it came out of nowhere.
To celebrate last week’s LAIY cover girl Jen Bilik and the birthday of her company Knock Knock, we decided to hold a little contest to celebrate surviving in LA. We asked to hear your stories of survival in Los Angeles and how you deal with any curveballs the city throws at you. What did we get? Quite a mixed bag that represents lots of various troubles people have faced and overcome in Los Angeles. Check them out!