Adam Sputh is a student at Columbia College Hollywood, in Los Angeles, California. His current interests include Los Angeles culture, film making, and writing about himself in the third person.
Hey, we get it – Los Angeles is a big city. Not only are there endless opportunities for coffee stops, beach visits, and celebrity sightings, but the metropolis also boasts an absolutely massive catalogue of events. Even on a daily basis, the list of things to do can certainly seem a little overwhelming at times. Somewhere, among the hazy smog that engulfs the city, lies a hotbed of culture and
This past weekend, Vulture kicked off their very first Los Angeles Vulture Festival, an event which they themselves dubbed as a “pop culture extravaganza.” If you were to take a look at the festival’s website, check out their lineup, or even spend sixty seconds inside the Hollywood Roosevelt’s lobby during this weekend, you would understand why that was the perfect descriptor. Vulture, which has held Vulture Fest in New York
Last week, CTRL Collective opened their doors to unveil their Haunted Carnival event, an open space where the lines between Halloween party, VR showcase and carnival were blurred. The self-dubbed “creative campus,” which has locations in Denver, as well as several throughout Southern California including Downtown and Pasadena, held this event in Playa Del Rey. Upon initial entrance into the night, guests (most of which came dressed in costume) had
If there’s one haunted house in the Los Angeles scene that you’ve heard about (other than the main staples, such as Knotts Scary or Universal Horror Nights), it’s probably Creep, which is considered an immersive walk-through experience. The haunt, which has seen a yearly recurrence as well as off-season productions, has garnered quite a reputation among the community. Either your hipster friend has begged you to go, or you’ve