the city is a kaleidoscope of life, a sophisticated fusion of East and West, a city of diversity where new and old meet at every turn.


252 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, USA

+1 310-285-6666

New to North Beverly Drive, Cantina FRIDA brings tapas-style dining combined with hand-crafted mescal drinks to Beverly Hills. Convene with colleagues, friends and family for a delightful touch of traditional Mexican cuisine in a modern dining environment.


767 S Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90021, USA

Go Get Em Tiger opens a new location in ROW DTLA serving tasty coffee and pastries in a trendy setting.

INKO NITO – Downtown

225 S Garey St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA

+1 310-999-0476

Inko Nito is an unconventional Robataya restaurant providing unique interior inspiration and an interesting menu design.


767 S Alameda St 2B #188, Los Angeles, CA 90021, USA

This popular Japanese E-Commerce home goods store just opened its first brick-and-mortar location in ROW DTLA. The space and the products within it fit the timeless-minimal Japanese aesthetic.


1335 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291, USA

+1 424-295-9968

Sustainable sneakers is what this San Fransisco-based brand is all about. With comfy and cool styles, this is the first LA outpost with more likely to open up in other neighborhoods of the city.


1423 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291, USA

+1 424-252-9466

Elegant Cannabis shop, Dosist, has a members-only backyard area in the back. The sleek white space has a beauty store aesthetic.


727 N Broadway #115, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA

+1 213-440-2229

Products: Accessories, Apparel, Footwear, Sustainable fashion, Eco-Green, Vintage
This gender neutral shop works towards a zero waste philosophy. The owners source dead stock and vintage to rework and reconstruct into modern pieces. Also on offer is a curated selection of quality vintage, sustainably-made new product and hand-picked brands.


7450 w Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046, USA

+1 281-889-1609

At newly opened Flamingos Vintage Pound, shoppers can buy vintage graphic tees, denim, and leather by the pound. Carrying thrift items that are trendy right now like Harley Davidson pieces and cowboy boots, there are many gems to be found in the “trash.”


152 N Central Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012, Stati Uniti

Seven Stations: Selections from MOCA’s Collection

Seven Stations: Selections from MOCA’s Collection charts a route through the museum’s permanent collection with works from the 1950s until today. Organized as a series of distinct stops that present dialogues between artists, artworks, and themes, the exhibition departs from conventional art historical narratives to bring forth new and unexpected views of the collection, from mid-20th-century depictions of America in transition and psychologically charged figurative forms to early experiments in video and a gallery of MOCA’s beloved Mark Rothko paintings. Featuring iconic works alongside several recent acquisitions that underscore MOCA’s perennial commitment to presenting the art of our time, the exhibition celebrates the multiplicity of the museum’s holdings, which now comprises more than 7,000 artworks.

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