Best of February
Open cockpit flights, Wolf's Blood cocktails, and more
Between the Super Bowl, Valentine's Day (the Super Bowl for women), and the Oscars (the Super Bowl for film), February has been a crazy, busy month. Relax with InsideHook's most popular articles, including our first-ever Cocktail Quarterly — or as we call it, our big ol' bowl of goodness. Enjoy.
The Most Beautiful Photos of LA
Feast your eyes on Never Built: Los Angeles, a just-Kickstarted retrospective of fanciful renderings — soaring bridges, dramatic LAX terminals — that nearly became realities. This is the LA that could’ve been. Read on.
Like Burning Man, But Downtown
Because actually attending Burning Man means sandstorms and wife-swapping (probably), we present this delightful alternative: the Lucent Dossier Experience private party, thrown by the set designers for the Flaming Lips. Read on.
A Flying Convertible, Basically
The wind in your hair. The sun on your face. The ground 1,000 feet below you. Say hello to SkyThrills, a long-running stunt flying concern with more airtime than Dick Clark, now offering open cockpit flights. Read on.
Introducing the Murphy Ranch hike — a lesser-known and innocuously named trek into the mad, mid-century rubble of Norman and Winona Stephens who, at the behest of a Nazi spy, began building a pro-Hitler staging base in the ‘30s. Read on.
There are men who are strong, but ain’t too smart. There are men who are smart, but just a bit pantywaisted. And then there are chessboxers, who call "checkmate" even after their dome’s been rooked. Read on.
And for your gustatory pleasure:
Published in our NY edition: InsideHook’s first-ever Cocktail Quarterly, a handy recipe guide to the soul-warming libations we’ve been enjoying over the past season.
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Dinner Plan Guide
No harried Yelping. No wondering about valet parking. No emails back and forth asking your dinner partner where to go. Just seven pre-planned itineraries for you to enjoy. Check it out.