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Seven Grand

515 W. 7th St, Fl 2, Los Angeles, CA 90014

Mon-Wed, Sun 4:00pm-2:00am

Thu-Sat 3:00pm-2:00am

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Next Door Lounge

1154 N. Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA 90038

Mon-Thu 5:00pm-12:00am

Tue-Fri 11:30am-3:00pm / Fri 5:00pm-2:00am

Sat 7:00pm-2:00am

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1544 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Mon-Sun 11:30am-4:00am

Pittsburgh, PA

The Last Billboard is on the corner of S Highland Ave and Baum Blvd in Pittsburgh. It’s got five lines that take on up to twenty-eight characters each, which — if arithmetic serves — adds up to an eerily familiar number. Every month, the wooden letters are changed out and into a new arrangement, as curated by artist/social practitioner Jon Rubin

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Full name, Jared Tristan Padalecki; born July 19, 1982, in San Antonio, TX; son of Jerry (an accountant and tax supervisor) and Sherri (a high school English teacher) Padalecki. 

Addresses: Agent: Jason Heyman, United TalentAgency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.; 

Manager: Daniel Spilo, Evolution Entertainment, 901 North Highland Ave., Los Angeles, CA90038.


Jared Tristan Padalecki (born July 19, 1982) is an American actor. He grew up in Texas and rose to fame in the early 2000s after appearing on the television series Gilmore Girls as well as such films as New York Minute and House of Wax. Padalecki is best known for his role as Sam Winchester on Supernatural.

Padalecki was born in San Antonio, Texas to Gerald and Sherri Padalecki. His father is of Polish descent, while his mother has German, Scottish, French, and English ancestry.

He was a 2000 candidate for the Presidential Scholars Program. In 1998, Padalecki and his partner Chris Cardenas won theNational Forensic League national championship in Duo Interpretation. Although he had originally planned to attend theUniversity of Texas after graduating from high school in 2000, Jared decided to move Los Angeles, California instead to pursue an acting career.

Padalecki married former Supernatural guest star Genevieve Cortese (who played the demon Ruby during the show’s fourth season) on February 27, 2010 in Sun Valley, Idaho. The couple reside in Austin, Texas with their two sons.


Career Ending Cupcake

So I was riding through the 6 with my woes when I saw this bakery. I was feeling extra slim this day so I figured grabbing a pastry would change that. Do you ever have moments like that? You feel so skinny and you’re like swimming around in your extra slim Dior Jeans?? You’re like ultra mad you ‘sized up’ on that Billy Reid bomber??  Come on fam you know you’re not built like that. It’s just not you. 

Formerly known as Frosted, the Confection Co-op brings a new look and some new flavors like Coolhaus icecream and Bluebottle coffee. After that cupcake trend/craze a few years back, cupcakes were so basic. You’d be ruined if you were seen eating a cupcake in person. Career over. U know how mad your mom would be if she found out you killed your career for some Magnolia joints??? It was the standard basic bitch food, and for a while I was coo with that. Didn’t miss those c cakes at all. OFF THAT. But I think it’s sort of leveled out now and JUST IN TIME bc I was about to CRACK yo. I was looking for any excuse to get some cakes. Shit imma grab some greens ones for St. Patricks day. Always cover your tracks with a holiday. It makes everything ok. SWISH!

The Confection Co-op

Tip: they usually have samples of the cupcake of the day. really doesn’t make things easier.

Tip: buy something for a friend, family member, etc. Especially if you’re in trouble.

Tip: There are a few seats outside. Nice spot to sip a coffee.

Where: 1200 Highland Ave Los Angeles

Times: 9am-7pm

Phone: (323) 467-1080

Sunset Bv/Highland Av.  Los Angeles, CA.  August 2013.

For me, this photo is LA.  Wide boulevards, palm trees, hoards of cars, and modernist single storey buildings with a mixture of mom and pop and chain stores.  It’s the quintessential Los Angeles urban vernacular.  This is what LA looks like when you’re exploring the city like an Angelino.  Not the 1920s mansions of Hancock Park or the sprawling estates in the Hollywood Hills or the monolithic towers downtown.

It may not have that postcard perfect look that San Francisco, New York, Paris, or Amsterdam are known for, but I find it oddly beautiful.  Perhaps an eclectic sort of beautiful.  These wide boulevards can be surprisingly urban (for a city often considered a giant suburb) and full of people.  Plus, the diverse array of businesses leaves something for everyone; from hole in the wall eateries that are all the rage on Urban Spoon to chain apparel stores, LA’s boulevards have it covered.