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WLabs Smart Oven w/ Katie Lee

By Krishan Narsinghani × Vaughn Lowery

As of late, 360 MAGAZINE paid a visit to the newly imagined Kim Sing Theatre (once the 1926 Vaudeville), which houses an event space, gallery, courtyard as well as hotel.

At this venue, we joined Food Network star, Katie Lee, for the WLabs’ smart oven first look and tasting. Try cooking with an appliance that manages it all for you. Literally, the smart oven can tell what’s inside and let you know when it’s done using a new camera and sensor detector technologies. Witnessing Katie Lee fit a whole chicken inside this 13.5” H x 19.5” W x 21” with a magnetic thermometer (conveniently sticks on the side of the unit) was a shock, more so, that she was alerted by the app on her phone it was ready. Not to mention, the counter space you’ll save in a small galley kitchen within an urbane habitat. De-hydrate limes for handcrafted cocktails, roast asparagus or reheat/bake a 12″ pizza. The personal assistant makes your life in kitchen that much easier. So, take a long shower or a soothing bath with no worries.

In short, the innovative WLabs Smart Oven is ideal for a budding executive who resides in a metropolis and is always in transit swinging from city to urban center while on various assignments. Or, for empty nesters who like to entertain intimate yet memorable parties where this appliance will surely be the center attention.

Merely 2,000 of these bad boys are available for pre-order here.

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2019 × 7TH ANNUAL PROHIBITION NYE

Ring in 2019 at the 7th Annual Prohibition NYE

The ball will drop guests into 2019 at the historic Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles with a celebration to please all of the senses

  

McCullough and Ross, in partnership with KCRW, presents the seventh annual Prohibition NYE, bringing back the event of the year at the iconic Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. November 2.

With one of LA’s most recognizable historic landmarks as its backdrop, the Roaring Twenties themed Prohibition NYE features a full spectrum of entertainment including the sounds of world class DJs, a live jazz ensemble, a renowned burlesque troupe, and a premium open bar. This year’s acts include Classixx (DJ set), Lyndsay and the All Nighters, and more. As the clock strikes midnight, Prohibition NYE guests will cheers as the signature ball drops 60 feet from the famous Art Deco ceilings of Union Station. 

 

“Prohibition NYE is always about the experience,” said event producer John McCullough. “We are looking forward to sharing this fully immersive New Year’s Eve event that honors the glamour and energy of the 1920s.” 

LA’s Classixx is headlining Prohibition NYE with a DJ set, taking the mainstage at the midnight hour to spin disco-inspired grooves. The duo’s progressive-yet-nostalgic melodies will ignite the celebration well into the New Year. Dollhouse Entertainment’s hypnotizing burlesque troupe is not to be missed. An acclaimed roster of additional musical talent will perform on three stages throughout the evening.

 

Prohibition NYE will offer a limited number of VIP tables, featuring a private entrance, hostess service, and an exclusive, stage-side elevated viewing experience. 

The 1920s themed event will run from 9 p.m. December 31, until 2 a.m. January 1. Tickets will be available on Eventbrite starting at 10 a.m. November 2. A limited number of presale tickets will be offered for $160. General Admission tickets retail for $185.

Union Station is located at 800 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles, California 90012.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit: www.prohibitionnye.com.

The event is open to guests 21 and over; formal dress code is encouraged.

To view last year’s recap highlights: https://found.ee/ProhibitionNYEHighlightsInstagram – @ProhibitionNYE

Facebook – www.facebook.com/ProhibitionNewYearsEve

About Prohibition NYE:

Prohibition NYE delivers a transformative experience showcasing the excitement of the Roaring Twenties. Founded by McCullough & Ross, Prohibition NYE has been based in Los Angeles since 2012.

  

About KCRW:

KCRW curates a unique mix of content centered around music discovery, cultural exploration and public affairs. The station embodies the spirit of LA and delivers its culture in innovative ways – on the radio, digitally, and through live events – to diverse, curious communities around the corner and around the world. A community service of Santa Monica College, KCRW can be found on the air throughout Southern California and online at http://www.kcrw.com/.

 

About Modern Disco Ambassadors (Promotional Partner):

Since its inception in 2013, Modern Disco Ambassadors has continued to bring world renowned talent to Orange County. M.D.A. Events offers a unique blend of progressive and eclectic music to guests at a variety of venues.

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FlexLA  

Mayor Eric Garcetti rides FlexLA w/ US Navy Veteran Andrew Gallo!

“We seize every opportunity to give Angelenos faster, more convenient, connections to their jobs, the people they love and everything our City has to offer,” said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. “FlexLA will give people another affordable, sustainable, and efficient way to get where they are going – while providing our veterans with good paying jobs.”

Stay tuned for a video of the Mayor’s FlexLA ride to be posted on social media!

Travel around Downtown LA driven by a salaried driver – many of whom are U.S. military veterans – for an affordable, flat rate fare – on-demand. And this week, it’s FREE!

During the day, use the app to access LADOT transit info, and from 7pm to 2am, FlexLA vans are ready to take you anywhere you want to go within DTLA.

HOW THEY ARE DIFFERENT

First, FASTLinkDTLA is a non-profit partnership of businesses, employers, developers, business improvement districts, organizations, and nonprofits focused on improving mobility, transportation and infrastructure in Downtown Los Angeles. One part of our mission is to promote and re-brand DTLA as a new mobility innovation center by creating a network of early adopters and travel adventurers. Thus, the creation of FlexLA!

With FlexLA, you can:

Search, book and pay for on-demand ridesharing service

Have peace of mind with our predictable, flat rate fare guarantee

Count on safe, accessible, well-lit stops and screened drivers

Ride easy with an experienced, salaried driver, many of whom are U.S. military veterans

Request a wheelchair-accessible vehicle via our partner ButterFli

View the app in English or Spanish

October Art Walk

On Thursday, October 11th from 6-9PM, and until further notice, the Downtown Art Walk Headquarters will be hosted monthly at the SPRING ARTS COLLECTIVE, on the mezzanine level of The Last Bookstore at 453 S. Spring St in Los Angeles. Enter the bookstore on 5th at Spring, and walk up the stairs to the mezzanine. The Art Walk team will be on hand to distribute free collectible Gallery Guides (maps), and share information on what to see and do in their participating galleries and artist studios throughout the evening! For more info on the October programming, visit the Facebook event page.

The Spring Arts Collective is a unique art venue located on the mezzanine level of The Last Bookstore, in the center of Downtown Los Angeles’ Gallery Row. The Collective is comprised of five artists, Andrea BogdanJena PriebeDavid LovejoyLiz Hustonand Robin McGeough. In addition to the five studios, the Collective also includes the Spring Arts Gallery, located at the entrance of the studios. For more info, please visit the Spring Arts Collective’s website.

Interested in the October 11th guided Art Walk Gallery Tour? Grab tickets here while you still can!

Art Walk Galleries

Roughly 30 local galleries and art spaces participate in the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk on the 2nd Thursday of each month. To find out more about these, please visit www.downtownartwalk.org/galleries, and don’t forget to follow them on Facebook!

Free Maps (Gallery Guides) are available at any of the participating spaces, or at The Spring Arts Collective at 453 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 90013 from 6-9PM on Thursday, October 11th.

A digital version of the map is also available here!

Support

Did you know, the Downtown Art Walk does not receive funding from food truck and vendor lots? They rely on donors like you to keep this cultural event going strong! Please show your support for thecommunity by making a donation at the following link: www.DowntownArtWalk.org/Donate

To become a sponsor of Art Walk, please contact Downtown Art Walk.

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EXCHANGE LA

By Vaughn Lowery

Exchange LA [EXLA] is one of Los Angeles’ premier performance venues with an occupancy of 1500 people – it’s architecturally stimulating with a Vegas-style ambience.

Lots of A-list celebrities, top level corporations and Grammy award-winning EDM DJs like Benny Benassi (former 360 cover star) have held celebratory events and/or headlined the space. State-of-the-art sound system alongside of projector screens and pyrotechnics will leave a permanent impression on your cerebral cortex.

‘The Wall’ which sits directly behind the DJ booth is literally loaded with LED clarity.

Unlike many of LA’s emerging venues, Exchange LA offers not only bottle service, but also VIP entry and rooms to savor an intimate night with close friends inside this four story venue. For just approximately a $100 (prices vary every weekend depending on the artist and show) – you’ll receive 3 drink tickets, unlimited non alcoholic beverages with balcony access.

Situated at 618 S. Spring in downtown Los Angeles, this will continue to be one of LA’s best nightlife experiences with an attractive diverse 21+ crowd that’s dressed to impress.

*Formerly the LA Stock Exchange.

For additional information visit ExchangeLA.com

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Prohibition NYE 2018

‘For once, this past New Year’s Eve wasn’t a blur (no wordplay intended). Taking space at Downtown LA’s historic ticket concourse inside Union Station.’

by Vaughn Lowery 

The best means to enter this venue is through the VIP red carpet so be prepared to get the celebrity treatment for around $200 per person which includes open bar (GA tix are avail as well). After a no nonsense check-in, you’ll be whisked off to the step and repeat for a quick photo. Then, your legs will begin to wiggle your way over to the elevated DJ booth outside where it was like a whimsical LED rainbow-like garden orchestrated by top 40 music. 

Everyone was dolled up in roaring twenties attire and the atmosphere made it feel like we all went back in time. Well, maybe back into 4 bar lines of premium liquor, which caused many of us to become double-fisted (and inebriated but we took the Expo Train line from Downtown Culver City for a $1.75 and an Lyft back for less than $50 during peak hours). 

Our VIP bracelets allowed us access to the actual concourse where the mega screens, top notch concert sound and lighting system were housed. A 60 foot ball drop relaxed above our heads alongside of metallic confetti until the clock struck midnight. Not to mention crow-like characters roamed through the crowd on stilts while a saxophone player jammed to EDM beats.

We proceeded on to another outdoor patio where we enjoyed live burlesque shows where gorgeous antiqued chandeliers hung in a red tent. 

PROHIBITION NYE is LA’s premier party to be at for New Year’s Eve. If you don’t trust us, just purchase a ticket and see for yourselves. This event was put on by McCullough and Ross in partnership with KCRW.

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Additional info available at ProhibitionNYE.com

GMC × Black Ice Cream

GMC Unveils Custom Black Ice Cream To Celebrate The Launch Of New Yukon Denali Ultimate Black Edition

Partners with Famed L.A. Ice Cream Shop, Little Damage, Known for Their Gothic Charcoal Ice Cream

Today, GMC has unveiled a limited-edition Denali Ultimate Black ice cream to celebrate the reveal of its new Yukon Denali Ultimate Black Edition vehicle.  The flavor was developed through a partnership with famed Los Angeles ice cream shop Little Damage, best known for their gothic-inspired charcoal ice cream. Little Damage will be offering free GMC Denali Ultimate Black cones on Thursday, November 30th from sunset to midnight (while supplies last), and then for purchase ($7) through December 10th.

Known for their capable, versatile, and precisely crafted vehicles, GMC is bringing their bold design to Little Damage’s one-of-a-kind creations with a deliciously dark treat. The autumn-themed flavor features cardamom with a light hint of chocolate, layered in with Instagram-worthy silver sprinkles. The sprinkles are inspired by the signature chrome accents seen on the popular GMC Denali trim package, and the cone is topped off with a GMC branded chocolate wafer.

“We wanted to reveal this unique new edition in a completely unexpected way,” said Jennifer Ecclestone, Manager, GMC Communications. “When we found out that Little Damage is famous for its bold, black, precisely crafted ice cream, we knew we found the perfect partner to elevate what customers can find on our Yukon Denali Ultimate Black Edition.”

About the Yukon Denali Ultimate Black Edition

The 2018 Yukon Denali Black Edition is an exciting new package featuring the very best in premium GMC styling and attributes. The Ultimate Black Edition offers all the options available on the Yukon Denali, with a striking exterior look that includes:

• New black-painted 22 inch wheels with chrome inserts

• Polished exhaust tip

• Chrome mirror caps

• Premium carpeted floormats

• Available exclusively with Onyx Black exterior paint

Available on 2WD or 4WD models, the 2018 Yukon Denali Ultimate Black Edition includes the Open Road Package, which consists of a nine-month trial of Sirius XM and NavTraffic; power sunroof and rear-seat entertainment system; Power-Retractable Assist Steps; the Enhanced Security Package including door and liftgate lock shields, glass breakage sensors, interior motion detectors, self-powered horn and vertical movement sensors; and Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Automatic Braking.

For more information about the new vehicle go to media.gm.com.

About GMC

With a strong foundation of manufacturing trucks since 1902 and now selling in a dozen countries across the world, GMC offers purpose-built vehicles designed and engineered to the highest standard. From the all-new compact SUV Terrain, to the Sierra HD, our trucks and crossovers deliver GMC’s signature combination of intuitive technologies and premium execution with the popular Denali sub-brand representing the pinnacle of GMC design, performance and amenities. Details on all GMC models are available at www.gmc.com, on Twitter at @thisisgmc or at www.facebook.com/gmc

About Little Damage

Located in DTLA, one of the most diverse cities in America, Little Damage is a small family owned business that draws its inspiration from the rich cultural fabric that makes Los Angeles special.  We rotate our flavors seasonally and add featured flavors throughout the year. Rather than offering a conventional selection, we offer unique recipes that allow you step outside of your comfort zone and get a little adventurous. Preparing our ice cream is a labor of love. We accept only the best taste and to ensure the quality you deserve, we prepare ice cream daily in small batches, using local ingredients supplied by organic dairy farmers. Our signature black cones are naturally colored with activated charcoal, and hand rolled minutes before you get one.

Boogie × Shady Records

SHADY RECORDS SIGNS COMPTON-BORN RAPPER BOOGIE TO ITS ROSTER

Hailing from the Westside of Compton, Boogie grew up in the same city that produced a who’s who of rap’s greatest superstars including Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, The Game and YG. Boogie released a series of mixtapes that put the young MC on the map and captured the attention of Interscope Records which then brought interest from Eminem and Shady Records. His second mixtape, The Reach, released in 2015, led Pitchfork to call him “one of the best young rappers in the country” and the LA Times to comment that it features “the kind of vivid, full-fledged production usually reserved for a successful mainstream artist on his or her second or third major-label effort.” 

Boogie is everything I look for in an MC,”, said Eminem. “Unique voice and point of view combined with crazy wordplay. This is a great fit and I’m excited for what’s to come.”

Boogie is currently working on his Shady Records debut.  

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Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk

Works by Yuri Elvin

This October, the Downtown Art Walk is pleased to showcase the work of Yuri Elvin. Inspired at a young age by adult themes found in comics and magazines, Yuri creates bold paintings with fierce paint strokes. He hopes to open people’s minds to the possibility that through art, we can bring intentions into being. “If you want love, draw love. If you want peace, draw peace.” Taking place from 6 to 10pm at the Downtown Art Walk Lounge, located at 634 S. Spring Street, this exhibition will excite all the senses and allow viewers a peek into the vibrant, unfiltered mind of one of DTLA’s most active creators. 

Participating galleries for this month’s Downtown Art Walk event include: Avenue des Arts Gallery, The Main Museum, The Fine Arts Building, Ren Gallery, Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts Gallery, I ART U DTLA, Fold Gallery, The Hive,The Spring Arts Collective, Little Tokyo Art Complex, El Playground Gallery and Lobby Gallery.

For more information on this month’s featured events, please visit our website or Facebook.

The Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk is also proud to support self-representing artisans, artists, and microbusinesses through our Economic Development program, sponsored in part by U.S. Bank. Hosted at the Downtown Art Walk Lounge on the 2nd Thursday of each month, this program supports small businesses by offering them an affordable, safe, legal, and dynamic space to market their wares directly to Art Walk patrons. This month in the Lounge, come check out Imperfect Produce’s healthy, delicious fruits and veggies for 30-50% less than grocery stores, delivered straight to your door. 

For more information on our featured vendor, please visit: 

www.imperfectproduce.com

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Happening this month — 

 

THESE DAYS –

On view until October 22nd, the exhibition, “I STARTED SOMETHING I COULDN’T FINISH”, offers viewers access to a rare collection of posters produced from 1985 through 1995 by British band The Smiths and Morrissey. This selection of vintage, oversized 40” x 60” duotone posters, originally displayed in British and European subway stations and record stores, comes to us from the archives of an anonymous Smiths/Morrissey fan and collector. The collection is the result of an obsession that spanned more than twenty years. These Days is located at 118 Winston St., 90013, on the second floor. | MORE

AVENUE DES ARTS – 

Avenue des Arts and Factotum Productions are pleased to co-present Joan Cornellà’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles. Based in Barcelona, Joan Cornellà is a cartoonist and illustrator famous for his unsettling, surreal humor and black humorous comic strips as well as artwork. With a global following, his works consist of mostly wordless 6-panel comics – the disturbing themes, extreme discomfort, often grotesque, all packaged neatly into brightly colored, beautifully rendered comic illustrations. On view from October 13-29. | MORE 

 

I ART U DTLA –

I ART U DTLA is an outdoor arts festival being reignited this October 12th from 5 to 10pm in Santee Court (743 Santee St. Los Angeles CA 90014) by REN Gallery owner, Renee Warren, and event coordinator, Daniel Clauser. As part of the Downtown LA Art Walk, I ART U DTLA is specifically curated for locals looking for high-quality art, apparel, handmade or Made-in-LA goods, live performances and interactive art experiences. It is located in the courtyard of Santee Court Lofts Community alongside the studio of artist Diego Cardoso and REN Gallery. | MORE

ART WALK GALLERY TOUR

October 12th, 2017 | 6p – 8p 

BUILDING ON HISTORY TOUR

December 2nd, 2017 | 11a – 1p

 

Show your love for Art Walk and help us provide you with bigger and better events in the future by making a tax-deductible contribution!
To become a donor please visit www.DowntownArtWalk.org/Donate
To become a sponsor of Art Walk, please contact our Director of Development.

 

The Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk takes place on the second Thursday of each month, attracting over 12,000 attendees to the Historic Core. For over 12 years, Art Walk remains the premier self-guided public art phenomenon in Downtown Los Angeles, bringing together art lovers, community members, and repeat visitors who collect art, dine, and shop at local businesses.

HAPPENINGS IN SEPTEMBER AT ARTWALK

“From Street to Canvas”

This September, the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk is pleased to present “From Street to Canvas”, an exhibition featuring work by artists Clinton Bopp, Davia King, Moncho, and Hannah Webb. The show, which brings together four diverse, equally prolific L.A. street artists, is designed to shine a spotlight on community beautification projects like those spearheaded by Beautify Earth, StartLA, and Gabba Gallery, and the many talented artists that helped contribute to their success. Co-curated by Lara Dildy of the Downtown Art Walk and LA street art photographer Ari Sturm, this one-night event will offer viewers a taste of the creative and imaginative public art pieces currently found in neighborhoods throughout greater Los Angeles.

“From Street to Canvas” will be exhibiting at the Art Walk Lounge, located at 634 S. Spring Street, from 6 to 10pm on Thursday, September 14th.

Participating galleries for this month’s Downtown Art Walk event include: MB Abram Gallery, Avenue des Arts Gallery, The Main Museum, The Fine Arts Building, Ren Gallery, Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts Gallery, The Hive, The Spring Arts Collective, Little Tokyo Art Complex, El Playground Gallery, These Days, and Lobby Gallery.

“COS to DTLA”

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The Downtown Art Walk is pleased to welcome COS to DTLA! COS is a modern, design-led fashion brand which takes inspiration from the worlds of art and architecture. They have a wide product range that is divided into a number of different concepts, incorporating fashion essentials, reinvented classics and modern trends for men and women. The new DTLA store is the third COS store in LA, and is located in the historic Olympic Theater building on West 8th Street (at Broadway and 8th ). COS are proud to support the DTLA Art Walk, and to celebrate the opening of their DTLA store they are hosting a shopping event on the evening of the next Art Walk on Thursday 14th September. Join them for food, drinks and music and shop the COS collections with a 20% discount.

MB Abram Gallery

MB Abram Gallery
On display until October 10th, MB Gallery proudly presents “Infinity in the Finite: Art of the Grid”. This exhibition features four artists: June Wayne, Jan Haag, Lisa Borgnes Giramonti, and Gilena Simons. MB Gallery is located at 630 St. Vincent Court Los Angeles, Ca 90014 | MORE

 

DAC Gallery
Beginning on September 7th, the DAC Gallery will exhibit “The, Their, Likeness” a group exhibition featuring paintings, drawings, prints and ceramic by artists from all four Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF) Art Centers programs reflecting on the idea of a portrait. Be sure to experience this unnameable essence of the portrait and how it reflects on both artist and subject. | MORE

 

 

Please Do not Enter –
This September, Please Do Not Enter presents “The Golden Superheroes” by French artist Xavier Noel. In his first North American solo show, Xavier delivers the hybrid of contemporary archaic pop culture and the ornamentation of 18th century in the form of masks and fetishes. Xavier uses disparate elements such as balls of wool, feathers, pearls, ribbons, logos of sportswear brands and diverse figurines. Don’t miss this incredible exhibit of jubilation opening on Sept 6th! | MORE

Upcoming Tours:

Art Walk Gallery Tour
September 14th, 2017 | 6pm

Historic Core Mural Tour
October 7th, 2017 | 11am – 1pm

For more information, please visit ARTWALK OFFICIAL or Facebook.