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For most people, it's a crazy weeknight. For Space Yacht co-founders Henry Lu, Rami Perlman and Ollie Zhang, it's just another Tuesday.
“Can you include emojis in your story? Just put one after everything I say.”
It's a cat fight of ridiculous proportions.
To Kush Fernando and Jose Guzman, co-founders of L.A. events group Brownies and Lemonade, the goal has always been the same: to throw a kick-ass party.
The three-day floating festival feels like a cross between a rave, a private yacht party, and the first week of college.
Aleksander Vinter is scooched to the edge of his seat in the lobby of the W Hotel in Hollywood, gesticulating wildly, his eyes bright and wide with possibility. He talks fast and is constantly following the ends of his sentences into new trains of thoughts.
At 25, with no culinary school training and only a few real years of cooking under her belt, Sami Udell might seem an unlikely food truck owner. Yet this month, she and business partner Rose Kai launched WholeSam, a food truck with a laser focus on health-oriented meals.
Best: Insomniac’s super polite and friendly EDC app.
Behind an unmarked door in a nondescript wall behind a row of vendor tents, there’s a small army of positive-minded people whose job it is to make EDC Vegas fun and safe for every attendee.
Steve James seems almost like a normal high school kid. He has a girlfriend. He's quick to use his easy, carefree laugh. In June, when he moved from Johnstown, Pennsylvania, to LA, he discovered — and got hooked on — Thai food. And not too long ago, he co-produced the......
It’s noon, and a soft late morning light spills into Jamie Jones’s impeccably white and impressively minimalist living room. Birds chirp in the background. Through floor-to-ceiling windows, there’s a peak at a cloudy downtown, but Jones isn’t seeing it. Instead he’s hidden behind monitors and mixing equipment, working on music......
Hard Summer has already announced a few big new moves for its 2016 iteration, including a new venue (Fontana's Auto Club Speedway) and the addition of a camping component. Yesterday, Hard Events announced another upgrade to its most well-known event — this time in the realm of safety.
One thing’s for sure: There are worse ways to spend $500 at EDC.
When you think of deep house beats, sweat and dancing, you probably think about a night out clubbing. And you’d be right … most of the time.