If your New Year’s resolution this 2019 is to be more adventurous, you might want to consider trying new cuisines. For a unique meal, stop at Solidarity, a Polish eatery with a patio bar. This restaurant, located on Lincoln Boulevard in Santa Monica, was founded by Polish immigrant and chef Elina O'Lague in 1979. Solidarity … Continue reading Solidarity Restaurant
This October in Los Angeles has been hot, and to beat the heat, why not eat some ice cream from a chic and modern witches’ brew? Cauldron Ice Cream’s second location that just opened in September is located in Artesia, California and is a rather far “broomstick flight” from West Los Angeles, but their smooth … Continue reading Review: Cauldron Ice Cream
Any New West student knows that September and October are always hot. What’s a better way to withstand the heat than to cool off with a delectable scoop of ice cream! I would consider Carmela Ice Cream Co. on Third Street near the Grove to be one of the best ice creameries in Los Angeles. … Continue reading Review: Carmela Ice Cream Co.
Los Angeles may be short on water, but it’s certainly not short on taco places. For Angelenos looking for a new taco restaurant, I recommend B.S. Taqueria on 7th Street in Downtown L.A. Chef Ray Garcia takes an untraditional approach to tacos, drawing his inspiration from Los Angeles culture. If you’re looking for a new … Continue reading Discover LA: B.S. Taqueria
This past Thursday, March 30th, four students (myself, Ariana Dideban, Lilou Redon, and Shaadi Ahmadzadeh) from New West attended the Young Women’s Leadership Conference at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Downtown Los Angeles. This conference, hosted by the Los Angeles Superior Court, aimed to provide inspiration and advice for young women interested in pursuing a … Continue reading Sheroes of Justice at the Young Women’s Leadership Conference
Over the weekend, I went to an art exhibition called Break Bread LA at the Think Tank Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles. If you are familiar with the Broad, the ticketing system at Think Tank is very similar. Simply go onto the exhibit’s website and reserve tickets. The best part is that it’s completely free. … Continue reading Break Bread LA Exhibition
It’s February. Today (February 26, 2016), the weather is forecasted to be as high as 78º in Los Angeles. In short, it’s hot. This is not what we expected for this winter. We expected an epic winter. A winter like no other. An El Niño winter. For the past six months, Angelenos have heard murmurs … Continue reading What’s up with El Niño?