Los Angeles has a ton great food options, but not all of them are open late night and even fewer are open afters hours. Check out this list of some 24/7 classics and let us know your favorite 24 hour restaurants in LA!
Most people don't associate Los Angeles with comedy, but with it being the entertainment capital of the world, one should assume it has more than a couple good venues to score a laugh! The big names in the comedy scene drop in often at places like The Comedy Store. Check out this list of the top comedy clubs in LA.
With no shortage of great food or the infamous LA foodie for that matter, you can find tons of resources online and suggestions on where to get your next Instagram worthy meal. Take a look at our list of the best food bloggers in Los Angeles!
No surprise, there's more than enough LA blogs to go around and keep your queue lined with all the latest food trends, pop shops, and Los Angeles insight. Take a look at our favorite Los Angeles bloggers.
Although pop-culture might not indicate a large scene for pizza in Los Angeles (one thing we can't seem to do better than New York) there's certainly more than a few shops out there serving up great pizza by the slice.
There's obviously many food choices that differ in quality, price points, and of course cuisines. This can be said about LA at large and each smaller neighborhood. If you're looking for something to eat this list of restaurants in Los Angeles is a good place to start.
Top 10 Actor Resources In Los Angeles Joining actor networks, forums and other acting groups can give you a leg up in the industry when starting out. Facebook, Craigslist, and even Instagram can be good sources for work. You never know where someone might be posting for talent. Maintaining a presence on all of these platforms can increase your chances of booking a gig! Acting schools and coaches can be useful also. On the one…
6 Tips For Actors To Get Started In The Industry Here are the 6 essential tips for actors who are just starting out in the entertainment industry. 1. Learn Your Craft - Develop your tools for acting out different characters, personalities and emotions by attending acting schools, working with acting coaching or even taking improv workshops. Student films are another great way to get working experience on set. 2. Headshots & Actors Reels - These …