Archive for September 8th, 2008

Omer S Productions : Los Angeles Hollywood Nightlife Promoter

Monday, September 8th, 2008

Omer S Productions was created in Spring of 2001 with the goal of providing Los Angeles clubgoers with a memorable and positive nightclubbing experience. Their 8 years of experience with numerous venues in the Los Angeles area provide them with the breadth and resources to accomodate any type of event.

When planning that special occasion, look no further than our special event staff to assist you in bringing together that distinctive evening. Omer S Productions’ vast resources allows for the proper preparation, coordination, and implementation for an amazing and beautiful affair. They can aid you with any type of occasion including birthday celebrations, wedding receptions, Bachelor/Bachelorette Party, or corporate function.

Not only can they assist you with the organization of your function, but their in house design team can help you with the theme, or “look” of your party.

Check out Omer S weekly events at:
Area on Thursdays
Ritual on Fridays
Vanguard on Saturdays

For guestlist info, you can visit their site at or their myspace at

MTV Video Music Awards 08

Monday, September 8th, 2008

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By now, I’m sure everyone saw the MTV Video Music Award 08 held at Paramount Pictures Studio. Not sure how you all feel but the show was disappointing to me. It seemed like this year they tried to scale down the event given how last year seemed too convoluted. There also wasn’t any originality or creativity with the performances with the exception of Kanye West. However, one thing was noticeable was how many times Britney Spears won with an album that was half-heartily promoted and marketed by her and her marketing entourage. I don’t think she even toured at all in support of that album. Anyhow, she looked better than she did the previous award show when she resembled somewhat of “Miss Piggy-I-barely-rehearsed-look.” However, sadly to say she won’t be looking like what she did in the past MTV Award show when she performed “I’m a Slave for You.” Yeah, she’s looked damn hot enough in that performance for me to even remember the freaking song! I think her recent award show wins is probably courtesy of the record company prepping for a major push for her this coming year. I am sure its in MTV’s best interest to have her come back so they can have better content since how many REAL WORLD CHALLENGES can you do or DATE MY MOM crap can you air. It’s too bad MTV ain’t what it use to be…as oppose to being an uninventive corporarte product pushing platform…trying to sell you Pepsi, GM or Verizonwireless.

More Than “The Standard”: Downtown LA Standard Hotel

Monday, September 8th, 2008

Voted one of the top 10 best poolside bars in Los Angeles, California, this bar is more than just a place to take a dip.

IWith vibrating water beds, a rooftop pool and bar, a 24-hour fitness center and restaurant, and complimentary high speed Internet access, this hotel redefines standard. The hotel is pure modern luxury and excess at its finest. Located in Downtown Los Angeles, this accommodation is minutes away from local attractions. There is a 24-hour eatery, the Standard Downtown Los Angeles Restaurant , on the premises so you can have your meal here anytime without having to step out.

With moderately priced drinks, this is the place to spend a relaxing chic weekend.

Visit The Standard site
Located: 550 S Flower St., Los Angeles, CA 90071

Late Night Eats in Hollywood – Suggestion #3 Citizen Smith Hollywood

Monday, September 8th, 2008

Now for all those a little more refiner or want to continue impressing their date after popping those bubblies…there is Citizen Smith located on the Cahuenga corridor. Most people don’t realize but they do serve food pretty late and open til 2 am (more like 1:15ish). Food is actually pretty decent, however, restaurant atmosphere is little dark so you can’t really see what you’re eating but the good thing is it continues setting the mood for you especially if your play date is just as intoxicated as you are. The menu is American Bistro with your standard selection of New York Strip, Flame Broiled Salmon, Southern Fried Chicken, Fish, Pasta, and etc. DISCLAIMER: The place isn’t terrible cheap so be careful especially when you’re inebriated when ordering. Shit can add up! I recommend going with the rib-eye since you can’t really mess that up…besides there’s something gratifying about eating a nice grilled fatty steak with a side of fries. Citizen Smith also offer Jazz nights on certain nights as well. I believe the venue might have just recently changed hands in regards to management so hopefully the quality of the food doesn’t suffer since the new management team at the helm come from club background. The decor is classic and rich with a neat outside patio but it closes early. Chandliers, mahagony wood, and high ceilings surrounds you as you venturing in. Antique and stylish distressed furniture give one a comfortable and cozy feeling once they sit down.

What’s great about the place is its in walking distance from all the major clubs such as Ritual, Sugar, the Room, Beauty Bar, IVAR, Forbbiden City, Avalon, and etc.

Citizen Smith

1600 N Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 461-5001

Hot Model Sunisa Kim

Monday, September 8th, 2008

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So this is my first post on models/gogos and what better person to start off with than my main hottie Sunisa Kim. I met her back in the Factory days about 5 years ago and have always been struck by her sass and drunkeness. hahaha. Anyway, here’s the 411 on her:

A virgo, who enjoys Sex in The City and anything lavender. Her favorite food is “anything spicy”; her fave movie, Braveheart, and she hates guys without clean shoes.

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In her spare time, you’ll find her on the track or in the gym, doing “basically doing anything that makes me sweat.” hehehe. j/k.

As one of eight children, Sunisa Kim knows how to fight for what she thinks should be coming her way. Her family hailing from Thailand and Cambodia, Kim grew up in two worlds; one built around traditional Eastern values, the other that of modern-day LA, a world “dictated modern methods to achieve modern success.”

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And success she has indeed found. She has graced the runway for both boutique fashion labels and bridal designers, and has modeled on the auto scene, representing companies like Honda and Nissan at international trade shows and events. In 2004, Sunisa was contracted as one of the first spokesmodels for Yokohama Tires, cementing her place as the unofficial Drift Queen at Hot Import Nights.

Check out her myspace at or her website at

Late Night Eats in Hollywood – Suggestion #2 Skooby’s Hollywood Hot Dog

Monday, September 8th, 2008

When you think of popular hot dogs…this is probably not the first name that comes up in your mind. Skooby’s Hot Dog in Hollywood is actually a pretty decent spot. Granted it will probably lose compared to those danger dogs offered directly outside the club, however, at least you know you won’t wake up feeling sick in the morning for sure. The dogs are decently priced for slightly under $5 per weiner. Keep in mind we’re on the famous Hollywood Blvd. so rent isn’t cheap. Try the cheddar dog….its hits spot especially nursing the after-club hangover and also get the garlic fries with dip.

Any additional Hollywood suggestions you would like us to check out please contact:


6654 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 468-3647

Late Night Eats in Hollywood – Suggestion #1 Greco’s New York Pizzeria

Monday, September 8th, 2008

So its 2 am the club lights are on, you’re completely inebriated, busy drunk-booty texting, your friends just finished closing their game, and security is shinig that light to encourage you to leave…what do you do next…YOU GRUB! So where can you go for some nice Hollywood late night eats that won’t break the bank especially since you already did at the club. A popular hang out spot is Greco’s New York Pizzeria (funny its named Greco since everytime I’ve been there no one looks “Greco-ish.”) located on the corner of the famous Cahuenga Corridor and Hollywood Blvd. The pizza is New York style, hence the name, nice big slices but paper thin yet crisp. The slices are on average about $3 to $4 not too bad considering everything else is going up! The place is perfect if you plan on partying in the neighboring areas such as Ritual, Vice, Tiny’s KO, Sugar, the Room, Beauty Bar, and the former Goa that recently closed. Next time you’re there ask who is Greco? BTW, don’t get the soda is a rip…that’s how they get you back!

If you have any late night dining suggestion you would like us to risk our stomachs on:

Greco’s New York Pizzeria – 6400 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028

America’s Golden Boy Tom Brady Hurt…

Monday, September 8th, 2008

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UPDATE: Tom Brady’s season is over according to

Hate it when football players go down with injuries, but the one to the Patriots’ quarterback, Tom Brady is sure to hurt…

Football is a contact sport, a collision sport, a physical sport, a violent sport, a brutal sport, and, some might say, a barbaric sport. If American mothers had their way, there would be no football, at least none involving their precious sons. Injury in football is not surprising. It is inevitable.

Tom Brady has started 128 consecutive games, which, frankly, is beyond fortunate. No one knows today when he will start the next one because the greatest fear of every Patriots fan – not to mention the owner, the coach, and Brady’s teammates – was realized in the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Gillette Stadium when the whistle blew and Brady failed to get up.

Brady had completed a 28-yard pass to Randy Moss, who wound up fumbling the ball. But those interested in the fortunes of the Patriots were not as concerned about the team’s second such turnover of the first quarter as they were about the status of Brady, who limped off the field with what coach Bill Belichick confirmed was an injured left knee, not to be seen again.

Read more from the Boston Globe