In the Press

"8 secret L.A. spots you need to visit"- Timeout

We found the greatest hush-hush happenings, from seedy soirees and pop-up concerts to hidden restaurants worth the trek. There’s no keeping secrets in a city fixated on discovering the next big thing…

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"Viaduct Sunset Series Puts L.A.’s History Centerstage"- LA Weekly

People call this a young city, and in a way, they’re right. “L.A. is all about reinventing itself, and abolishing the history of the past,” Sean Woods of the California Parks Department tells me as we stand...

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"This Secret Concert Series Will Change the Way You Experience the City" - Los Angeles Magazine

The Viaduct is the most interesting new venue in Los Angeles, and technically it doesn’t really exist. You won’t find it on Googlemaps, there’s no Yelp listing, and no official website. The address takes you to to a dead-end cul-de-sac that butts up against the Metro Yard on the edge of Chinatown, just a chain link fence and a pair of railroad tracks separating you from the L.A. River...

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"L.A.’s Cool-Kid Backyard Concert Series—Kensington Presents"- The Daily Beast

What [Kensington] seems to have captured is the need for connectivity; the need for intimacy and the importance of a shared experience that’s not necessarily found in a screen, no matter how great the retina display...

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"Kensington Presents at The York Manor" - Sirens & Scoundrels

As a native Angeleno and unabashed lover of Los Angeles, I’m always curious how transplants feel about our great city. One common theme seems to emerge when I ask people how they’ve been faring here…they like the city but miss the feeling of community. We’ve all heard it: LA is huge, friends are spread all over the place, it can be hard to find what feels like “home”. Well then, please allow us to introduce you to Kensington...

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