When I saw the first, clearly targeted for me, Facebook ad for Rom Com Fest it was actually just advertising a screening of Never Been Kissed. After clicking on the link, I was surprised to find an entire festival dedicated to the romantic comedy genre, with beloved films, new features, talks, and other special events. … Continue reading A Weekend at Rom Com Fest: Heartthrobs, Heartbreak, and Revisiting the Classics in 2019
If you're looking for a fun, cozy way to ride out the L.A. June Gloom, come join Dinner Party Editors Polly "the third act twist, the unexpected declaration of love" Gregory and Pamela "I'm just a girl, standing in front of a boy" Guerra at Rom Com Fest this weekend! The schedule's got all your … Continue reading Join Us at Rom Com Fest This Weekend!
UPDATE: We pulled the trigger on the second print run! Copies are still available and can be ordered here. Thank you so much for all the support! You may have noticed that things have been a bit quiet on the Dinner Party front as of late. I promise there's a good reason for the online … Continue reading A Dinner Party You Can Hold in Your Hand
For pop culture junkies, it's easy to go way too hard at the Vulture Festival knowing that you could be getting the inside scoop on Syfy's Deadly Class one moment and touring Grand Central Market with Phil Rosenthal and Nancy Silverton the next. We learned our lesson from last year and paced ourselves accordingly on Sunday, focusing … Continue reading 2018 Vulture Festival Los Angeles: Sunday
Deftly avoiding a sophomore slump, the Vulture Festival was back in Los Angeles for the second year in a row, and this year's lineup was just as jam-packed as the inaugural iteration. Not only did the festival host conversations with cultural icons such as Cynthia Nixon and Busy Philipps, but it also had panels with new fan faves … Continue reading 2018 Vulture Festival Los Angeles: Saturday
Alright, alright, I know a good chunk of you are only here for the cat photos, and I promise there’s cuteness to rival the content on r/CatTaps in just a moment. But first, a bit of background... You see, Crumbs & Whiskers founder Kanchan Singh reminds me a lot of myself—a young millennial woman who just loves cats. … Continue reading Meows on Melrose: Cats, Coffee, and Even Co-Working at Crumbs & Whiskers
I was listening to a radio interview with Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard the other day about the rapid changes he's observed in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood, his home for the past twenty years. Gibbard noted that his sadness over the morphing urban landscape isn't directly due to buildings being demolished or shops … Continue reading An Abandoned Sports Authority Transforms into a Disneyland-Lover’s Dream Exhibit