FREAKS AND GEEKS
Any connoisseur of celebrity blogs and paparazzi-approved YouTube channels is probably familiar with her. She reigned the streets of Beverly Hills, Calif. circa 2009 – 2010. As a ruler, she was as “of the people” as they come: her throne was a lawn chair, her crown a humble scarf, her glass slippers a pair of… [Continue Reading]
This is Zipporah. She’s rich, loves life, has traveled the world — and is certain she will be famous some day. Oh, and she thinks you’re cute and wants to know all about your heritage. Why? . . . Why are you asking? You’re in Surreal LA. In a city so preoccupied with… [Continue Reading]
STRANGE DAYS IN THE CITY
Last summer, A.W.O.L. and I were meandering around the Venice Beach Boardwalk, like we do, when we came across a scene too bizarre for even Venice Beach: A bleary-eyed homeless Casanova cozied up to a plastic American Apparel siren (not played by Kim Cattrall.) Yes, I know, after writing that down it actually seems pretty… [Continue Reading]
Valley Girl and I spent some time at Occupy LA’s tent city in front of City Hall over the weekend. I’m not going to lie to you. I have serious doubts about whether or not this movement will ever effect any sort of meaningful political or, more importantly, economic change without making some serious changes.
If a picture is worth a 1,000 words, a video is worth a trillion.
Los Angeles likes big butts and we cannot deny that Boretta Da General‘s midnight bootylicious photo shoot was the of the most bizarre things we’ve seen all week, proving once again that when it comes to “surreality,” L.A. always delivers.
WEIRD TALES FROM THE VALLEY
Leave it to a San Fernando Valley porn studio to figure out a way to ride out the cumming 2012 Mayan apocalypse in style. Van Nuys porn production company Pink Visual is undertaking the construction of an apocalypse-proof humpin’, bumpin’ subterranean booty bunker. Yes. We know you wanna piece. Check out the full story to… [Continue Reading]
The Brewery ArtWalk in downtown Los Angeles is a twice annual event where the artists and revolutionaries inhabiting the largest art complex in the world graciously open their doors for us regular folk to gawk at their emotionally transparent wares (and hopefully help pay their rent). The Fall artwalk ends today, October 2, at… [Continue Reading]