Tuesday, July 28, 2015
The Dodgers are in first place and look poised to play well in the second half (providing they pick up some arms for the bullpen and a 3rd starter) and make the playoffs again. Of course there are still questions– can Clayton Kershaw shrug off his St. Louis demons? Will the bullpen ever be good? Will the team click offensively in the playoffs?
No matter what, it should be an entertaining stretch run and if you’re planning to attend some games or watch in Dodgers bars, you may need a new lid. Here are four suggestions to set you apart from the crowd.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Reader Matthew Klekner sent us the news on Twitter that the Fresno Grizzlies have created a new alternate cap, Fresno Tacos, to support their minor league baseball team. The team will have taco night at the ballpark on August 6th, and name themselves the Tacos with special alternate uniforms and caps.
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Everyone knows that California is in the midst of a punishing, merciless drought. Everyone knows moms love flowers, and expect them on Mother’s Day. But everyone also knows that flowers need a lot of water– see the problem here?
Friday, May 1, 2015
Westgategallery.com is an online original movie poster boutique specializing in rare & outrageous Classic, Cult, Exploitation, Giallo, Golden Age XXX & Horror, with one of the largest selections of painted/illustrated porno 1 sheets and Italian subway posters every collected.
Some of their most amazing pieces will be the subject of a huge gallery show at Lethal Amounts in downtown Los Angeles, opening Friday, May 15 at 8 PM. The event will showcase a large group of fully restored, linen-backed posters the likes of which are rarely available in such pristine form. More information here. Keep reading for a gallery of posters, along with full details of the event…
Thursday, February 19, 2015
Baseball season kicks off today as pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training. The Dodgers already have a nice group of players working out the team facility in Arizona, which means as a fan it’s time for you to practice drinking beer, wearing hats, and yelling at Don Mattingly’s bone-headed bullpen bloopers.
It’s been very hard to find one of the most sought-after Dodgers caps– Dodger blue with a Dodgers logo “D” instead of “LA”. The team’s new AAA affiliate in Oklahoma City has come to the rescue with this Dodgers D fitted cap. The team plans to wear these hats as alternate home caps to compliment their standard “OKC” version. We assume supplies are pretty limited so if you’ve been scouring ebay for this lid, you may want to jump on this now before word gets out.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
We love Matteo— not only have they been holding it down in the Arts District long before most of the other creative businesses moved in, they make the best and most comfortable sheets, blankets and other linens. In fact, Matteo has been in the Arts District since 1996 and just last year expanded to Boyle Heights.
Every year they do a sample sale which is your chance to get stuff for 60-90% off… it all starts Thursday and goes through the weekend so get ready.
Monday, January 12, 2015
Twice a year the Agenda Show in Long Beach brings together a wide variety of lifestyle fashion brands together to show off their wares to buyers, media, and the public. Everyone from the mainstays of the industry to tiny breakout brands are there. Please enjoy senior event editor Erwin Recinos’ favorites from this year’s show…
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Last weekend, Bad Mood Boutique celebrated one year in business with a group art show in the City of Long Beach. Shop Owner Amber Dominguez rounded up an interesting set of artists who were able to interpret the Bad Mood style into photos and artwork. Artists included Garrett McGurer, Joe Goblyn, Sifry Borrayo, Brian Hayashi, Paul Carrillo, and Photographer Luixe. The show’s theme was centered around the photos that give Bad Mood their unique modern vintage image. Over the last year Amber Dominguez has built Bad Mood up to be one of Long Beach’s must-see stores. McGurer’s aka GRT MGR art pieces accentuated and illustrated vibrant fashion details into framed digital images. Brian Hayashi’s clever geometric mashups had people taking a closer look to identify the ancient hieroglyphic patterns. Watercolor illustrations done by Joe Goblyn created a dream-like look to the photos and gave the impression of a cool fall day. Photographer Luixe’s works commanded your eyes to see the delicate ambient light sources used to warmly light the vintage looks put together with original pieces from the Bad Mood Collection. The photos were so finely executed you thought you were looking back into the 70’s. The party was a hit, the dj was hot and the drinks were cold. L.A. Taco’s Desilu was there to celebrate and document the evening click the link for more photos of the art, the crowd, and the vibes…
Monday, November 10, 2014
Photographer Tony Stamolis (author of our all-time favorite book, T&T&A), has launched a new webstore featuring shirt designs you’ll want to buy. Check them all out here then go cop one before they’re gone, as they are all limited editions. http://tonystamolis.bigcartel.com/
Saturday, August 30, 2014
L.A. Taco Contributor Anthony Godinez just sent us this video to announce the launch of his clothing brand, MCAL (MUSIC. CULTURE. ART. LIFE.)
Check out the video and look them up on Instagram: @MCAL_BRAND
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
We strive to bring you the latest in LA headgear, and this latest entrant combines things you know you want– faux snakeskin with captain’s crests. The all black fitted cap is sold by New Era and is available here. This is the full product description: