My favorite place to brainstorm over breakfast. 
Website
swingersdiner.com
Address
Swingers, 802 Broadway, Los Angeles, United States
Current city: Los Angeles
Jennica Atkinson is a multidisciplinary creative, living and working in California. With an education background in graphic design and photography, Jennica’s practice has led her to work professionally as a designer, art director, and photographer for the past 8 years. She is currently living where people stop to watch the sunset in Santa Monica, CA. b. 1986, Baltimore, Maryland. Based in Los Angeles, California Education 2010 BA, Major in Graphic Design, Towson University, Towson, Maryland 2006 Certificate in Photography, Harford Community College, Bel Air, Maryland Group Exhibitions Santa Monica, CA, Fresh StART, Arena 1 Gallery - February 2018
 

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Posted by Ivan Bernal
If you want to witness what architecture is about, visit SCI-Arc. This is where I went to school ,and I can tell you there is not one day that you will not be surprise what goes on inside this school. From open to the public lectures every wednesday to galleries and installation, and not to mention the student work.
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Tiny Japanese bakery specializing in choux creme.
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The view from my window of the concert hall and downtown LA is a great experience as an outside perspective of the city life at night.
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One of the great surprises of Los Angeles is that there are several local places to escape and find a bit of nature. I really dig the hiking trails in Elysian Park, where you can enjoy tremendous views of the bustling city below, including Dodger Stadium, while only hearing the sound of your own footsteps and the rustling of bushes as lizards and small mammals go about their daily routines. Below the trails, there's also a traditional green-grass park setting, where you'll find everything from children's birthday party's with pony's, mariachi bands, over-exuberant uncles, and shit-tons of unleashed dogs, to man-whore's cruising for sex, cracked-out hobos, and gangsters of every flag. Griffith Park is obviously world-renowned for its observatory, but it's also home to the abandoned site of the old L.A. Zoo! It's not necessarily undiscovered country, as there are picnic tables and typically a healthy dose of fresh graffiti scrawled over the man-made enclosures, but it is a mildly creepy spot, with a bit of signage explaining its roots. Pack a lunch and climb through the old animal exhibits -- just watch out for puddles of human feces, and the more than occasional Urban Outfitters catalog photo shoot.
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Posted by Jamie Wolfe
Koreatown dessert shop that specializes in dreamy ice-cream + cotton candy combinations. 
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