Adam Sputh is a twenty year old sophomore 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
Here at LA Guestlist, we’re not kidding when we say that we’re sourcing LA’s culture. We’re constantly on the search for new locations and offerings from the great city of Los Angeles, whose endless, nonsensical landscape presents a never-ending whirlwind of spots to claim you found all on your own. It’s okay, we know what’s up. We’re here to help you live out your pseudo-hipster wannabe fantasy. We won’t tell
Let’s face it – movies have become one of the cornerstones of American society. Especially in a city like Los Angeles, film is one of the factors that connect us through a thread. Watching a movie at home is fun. Going to see a movie projected in a theatre is an upgrade. However, seeing a movie projected at night in Hollywood Forever Cemetery, surrounded by a crowd of people is
When Fyre Media, founded by Ja Rule and Billy McFarland, announced their first Fyre Festival, it was billed as an unparalleled, first class music festival experience. Likened to a classier Coachella, the event was announced as a “once-in-a-lifetime music experience,” with musical acts such as GOOD Music, Blink 182, and Major Lazer among many others joining the roster. The whole festival was originally announced to take place on a secluded
When Sony announced their “Lost in Music” event, it was shrouded in mystery. Their event list promised an “unparalleled music experience,” going on to mention VR, live performances, and above all, a promise to get lost in music. The headliner wasn’t announced until the day of, being The Chainsmokers, and only a handful were able to get tickets when the news was made public. Not much else was known. The