VCode 310

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Los Angeles, CA

a year ago


Get Eggcited!

With a short and sweet eggcentric menu, Eggslut is a must if you’re all about that #yolklife. Located in the Grand Central Market, they’re dedication to eggs is impressive. From fried, scrambled, boiled and coddled, everything is focused on next level comfort food. Our recommendation? The slut, of course – a coddled egg over a smooth potato puree in a glass jar served with slices of baguette. Mix it up and dunk it in! PS – There tends to be a line, but it moves pretty fast so don’t get...See More

TODAY ONLY- 2nd Annual LA Iced Tea Festival

Let's explore something unlikely today. Did you know LA has an Iced Tea Festival? Today from 11am-5pm, tea enthusiasts can try and learn about teas from all over the world. A full day's worth of entertainment and fun for food and tea lovers- or just an option if you're bored and need something to perk you up! September 17, 2016- 10-5 PM Japanese American National Museum 100 N Central Avenue


Got a Passion for Fashion?

Even so, you don’t need to be a fashion victim to enjoy visiting FIDM Museum in Downtown. Their permanent collection includes over 15,000 objects of European and American fashion history. They also have an annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibit that displays the costumes from the previous year’s biggest movies. It’s awesome! Their current exhibition “Dressing the Male Ego” presents three centuries of menswear to refresh your fashion culture & style. Fashion Institute of Design...See More

ATTN: Passionate Cyclists

AIKA is more than a typical bike shop, it’s the place to go if you don't want to just buy a bike... but you live to cycle. The staff is passionate about their business and can assist you with information about European bikes, wood bikes, foldable models and a lot more. If you already have the bike of your dreams, you should know that they have a full service department to take care of your moving treasure. Ride Safe! AIKA 2300 Lincoln Blvd #1, Santa Monica


Improve on your cooking skills & variety of "know-hows"

All skill levels are welcome to improvise and experiment in this “no measuring” cooking class. You will probably find your own style in one of their 60 different types of classes where you can make everything from Thai food to paella to sushi. Classes usually have 14 students, and every class ends in a beautiful dinner party. $70-includes the class with fresh, organic ingredients, tools/supplies, wine tasting & dinner. LA Hipcooks (multiple locations):...See More


Suncafe- The Sunnier Side of the Vegetarian World

For vegetarians/vegans, sometimes the veggie options tend to be a bit bland comparatively to everyone else's options. Suncafe is a haven for those bored of the 1-2 veggie options on a menu. Serving both raw and vegan-cooked food, and making almost everything from scratch, this place offers Valley dwellers healthy lunch and dinner options served inside or outside (both really nice!) Some options include burgers made with sunflower seeds, BLTs with tempeh bacon, and zucchini lasagna. It can be...See More

Versy Vocal: Raves, the chicken or the egg of drug culture?

Nocturnal Wonderland, a three-day electronic music festival in San Bernardino didn't end up well this Labor Day Weekend. The numbers speak for itself: in a 67,000 people crowd, over than 400 were arrested and five hospitalized. Why arrested? Reasons range from drug possession, drug sales, assault and battery, being under the influence, to this one special case where the person was arrested for "indecent exposure". What happened brought to attention a new discussion on whether those raves...See More

The Music Center- now hosts Broadway on Grand!

Don't be fooled by the name, the Music Center offers more than just music to its visitors. Full lyrical and Broadway experiences will be available starting this month. Visit from Sept 1 to Oct 16 for Ma Rainey's Black Bottom for powerful Blues, or from Sept 7 to Oct 16 for A View From The Bridge in the best Broadway style. The Music Center 135 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles


La Cita- TODAY- Doppest Bar for a Saturday Downtown

Probably the doppest hidden bar and patio you'll ever see. Under the scenic DTLA skyline, local bands and DJs add a special touch to your experience at La Cita. If you go on a Saturday (today), you’ll probably find the outdoor patio crowded with a lot of people dancing. It’s definitely a great place to start your night with nice bartenders, cheap drinks, good music and beautiful people. $10 cover. Happy hour beers cost as low as $3. La Cita 336 S Hill St

Interrupting Hood Week for a STAR PARTY TOMORROW @ the Griffith Observatory!

The #free public Star Party at the Griffith Observatory is your chance to look at all visible objects in the sky and experiment with different telescopes. The stargazing parties are held one Saturday a month and begin at 2pm and go all the way to 9.45pm. This has to be the best excuse to ask someone what their sign is... bonus points if you can point the constellation out in the sky. When was the last time you actually looked at the sky? Star Party @ Griffith Observatory 2800 East...See More

The Historic French Dip Sandwich

If you don’t know Philippe you’re missing a delicious nostalgic experience. Famous as the Home of the French Dip Sandwich since 1908 and only one block north of the Union Depot Train Station. Complete with sawdust on the floor, paper plates, and communal tables, it seems like the look hasn't changed for over 50 years. Kinda like being in a “film noir” trailer. Choose between roasted beef, roasted pork, leg of lamb, oven-roasted turkey or ham sandwiches. They’re served on a fresh French roll...See More

Hero or Villain? What's today's mood like?

Booze, food and live music is what you can expect at the Villains Tavern. Drinks are inventive and the beer menu is worth browsing. Parking on the street is easy (but bring a DD if you're going to drink). No cover for live performances! The Villains Tavern 1356 Palmetto St Los Angeles


Explore Little Tokyo!

Vibrant culture, rich history and delicious Japanese restaurants. Yes! It’s Little Tokyo in Downtown LA. Hungry? Bored? Here is a list of musts in downtown: Marugame Monzo: Try the hotkitsune udon ($7.95) topped with fried tofu or the cold plum shiso bukkake udon ($8.95). *Ask for seats at the counter so you can watch the noodle-making action up close. 29 E 1st Street Rafu Bassun: Large variety of authentic Japanese dish-ware. It’s an interesting dive into the culture even if you’re not...See More

Wanna know how LA looked like in the old, romantic days? Olvera Street, known as LA's birthplace, hosts a Mexican marketplace with painted stalls, street vendors, cafes, restaurants and gift shops while keeping old customs alive. During holidays, if you can't go to Mexico, go there to get the next best thing. Full featured Mexican music, food, dance and costumes. What is your favorite Mexican holiday/celebration? Where do you go to celebrate it? 845 N Alameda St

Versy Vocal: Downtown Ghost Town LA

They’re going to have to reshoot the postcard picture of downtown LA as the neighborhood is being completely changed, mostly by Chinese investors. With so much major construction in DTLA, and units being sold so fast, locals are worried about who the buyers are. Apparently, most of them are absentee owners that have no interest in having LA as their primary residence...which means they wouldn't live, shop or support in any way the surrounding community. Yes, Chinese buyers are GREAT for the...See More

VCode310 HOOD WEEK: Everything Downtown LA Starts Today!

Every 2nd week of the month is Hood Week! Hood Week focuses in on ONE of Los Angele's great hoods. No need to cross the entire city to get to the different places and events. Take a in-depth look into everything amazing going on in each one of the neighborhoods. On VCode310's Hood Week you'll find out where to go, things to do, a bit of history, culture, get to participate in live chats with local personalities, speak out in hood-specific debate Versy Vocal forums and more! Happy Hood Week!...See More

#SundayFunday Recharge Ride

Recharge your batteries for the week ahead as you ride your cruiser bike feeling the ocean breeze at the Marvin Braude Bicycle Path. This 20-mile cycle system that runs along the Pacific Coast is a great reason to move your body and explore LA from different angles. Invite your friends, download the map and plan your trail to make strategic stops at places you've never seen. #SundayFunday #GetOutThere #RideForYourLife Share the pictures of your best finds here so other people can include...See More


Celebrate Gene and play in the LA's Sweet! Hollywood

30,000 square foot of P-U-R-E childhood dreams! Located inside the Hollywood & Highland complex, Sweet! Hollywood is an epic candy AMUSEMENT PARK with 10 themed rooms! Things you should know before you go: 1) Piano keys leading up to the shop's entrance play music as you step on them. 2) A Wonka Inventing Room enables you to design your own candy bar. (RIP Gene) 3) You can eat candy out of a urinal in "The Yucky!!" Room. Seriously! 4) Lollywood is filled with lollypop candy trees. 5) The...See More


Skip the traffic for the arts!

Take an artistic ride as an inspired alternative to LA traffic. Metro Art is a project that brings art to the transit experience while promoting local artists at all levels of their careers. Its arts programs include music, dance, photography, poetry readings, and film screenings at the historic Union Station, raising its profile as a cultural destination and an incentive to “Go Metro”. If you love art and new talent, schedule a tour. Do you have a favorite LA Metro performer? Upload a...See More

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