Producer DJ Mustard has decided to release his brand new mixtape called 10 Summers: The Mixtape Vol. 1. This mixtape comes with 17 tracks with guest features from Dom Kennedy, Ty Dolla $ign, The Game, Skeme, Iamsu!, TeeFlii, Jay 305, Nef The Pharaoh, Pushaz Ink signee RJ, and Mustard’s own 10 Summers signee Choice.
Where: 8905 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, CA 90069 (West Hollywood)
Why it’s worth it: Because the butternut squash quesadillas will change your life.
Where: 10820 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604 (Studio City)
Why it’s worth it: For the creamiest, cheesiest vegan mac & cheese.
Where: 7751 ½ Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046 (Fairfax)
Why it’s worth it: For the vegan falafel, of course.
Where: 5107 York Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90042 (Highland Park)
Why it’s worth it: For the unique combinations with vegan options.
Where: 4449 Prospect Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027 (Los Feliz)
Why it’s worth it: For the vegan cheese and delicious toppings.
Where: 8101 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048 (Beverly Grove)
Why it’s worth it: Because the avocado curry will make your vegan food dreams a reality.
Where: 4319 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90029 (Silver Lake)
Why it’s worth it: For the bomb AF nachos.
Where: 3818 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026 (Silver Lake)
Why it’s worth it: Because they have a delicious brunch selection, including these vegan huevos rancheros.
Where: 114 N. Market St., Inglewood, CA 90301 (Inglewood)
Why it’s worth it: Because the decadent soul food platter is everything you’ve ever wanted.
Where: 712 N. Heliotrope Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90029 (East Hollywood)
Why it’s worth it: Because they’re constantly updating ice cream flavors so there’s always something new to try.
Where: 1114 Gayley Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90024 (Westwood)
Why it’s worth it: Vegan BACON cheeseburger.
Where: 8284 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046 (Beverly Grove)
Why it’s worth it: For a delightfully fancy vegan cuisine — and a fantastic brunch spot.
Where: 2703 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026 (Silver Lake)
Why it’s worth it: For the tasty chicken-less orange chick’n.
Where: 12406 Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90066 (Culver City)
Why it’s worth it: Because this vegan sushi is everything you never knew you needed.
Where: 10438 National Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90034 (Palms)
Why it’s worth it: For the incredibly delicious spicy mint noodles.
Where: 11266 Ventura Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 91604 (Studio City)
Why it’s worth it: For the unique and colorful blackened cauliflower dish.
Where: 639 N. Larchmont Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90004 (Larchmont)
Why it’s worth it: Lots of healthy greens and funky food mashups.
Where: 1700 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026 (Echo Park)
Why it’s worth it: Because the pesto ravioli is phenomenal.
Where: 414 N. La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90048 (Beverly Grove)
Why it’s worth it: For these completely LOADED not-chos.
Where: 3655 S. Grand Ave., Ste. C2, Los Angeles, CA 90007 (Historic South-Central)
Why it’s worth it: For the flavorful vegan Ethiopian food.
Where: 4222 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90019 (Mid-City)
Why it’s worth it: For a wide arrange of filling vegan wraps and sandwiches.
DeJ Loaf links up with Future for her latest single called Hey There. This track is featured on DeJ Loaf new EP titled #AndSeeThatsTheThing, which hits iTunes tonight.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, who interviewed the cast of the film, Universal and the World’s Most Dangerous crew is planning an European tour with Eminem filling in for Eazy Eto promote the movie.
Details and schedules are still being worked out, but it would be a once in a lifetime opportunity to catch all the members and Slim Shady live in concert.
Artist Tom Moore, who gave life to the teen angst of Archie and his Riverdale pals from 1953 to the late 1980s, has died of lung cancer in El Paso, Texas.
According to his hometown paper, the El Paso Times, Moore began his cartooning career while serving in the U.S. Navy. Moore got caught drawing a caricature of his captain, but instead of getting in trouble, he got an assignment as staff cartoonist. His talent led him to a decades-long career illustrating for Archie, as well as Under Dog and Mighty Mouse comics.
“He’s a legend, in El Paso and, really, around the United States,” All Star Comics & Games owner Brad Wilson told the paper. “A lot of people don’t realize how much he influenced comic book art.”
Archie Comics’ editor-in-chief, Victor Gorelick, told The Associated Press: “Tom was very funny and had a knack for putting together really great, hilarious gags and special pages when he worked at Archie.” Gorelick says Moore was best known for drawing a reboot of the “Jughead” series in the 1980s, featuring Archie’s best friend and sidekick.
Archie Comics launched in 1941, inspired in part by the Andy Hardy movies of the 1930s. Although many associate Archie and the gang with classic high school drama, the franchise evolved to take on modern topics and add greater diversity to its cast of characters.
Moore kept up with the Archie character even after his retirement, and was pleased when some of his work was displayed at the El Paso Museum of Art in 1996.
“I think it’s such a kick that my stuff is going to be hanging at the museum,” he said at the time. “Who knew Archie would have such universal appeal?”
Warner Bros. announced on Wednesday that it has signed a content creation partnership with LeBron James’ SpringHill Entertainment with plans for projects in TV, film and original digital programming.
“LeBron James has one of the most powerful, well-known brands in the world, and we are excited to be in business with him and his partner, Maverick Carter, and SpringHill Entertainment,” Warner Bros. President and CEO Kevin Tsujihara said in a statement. “The combination of LeBron’s global media presence and Warner Bros.’ unmatched production and distribution expertise is a big win for fans everywhere.”
SpringHill, which James and Carter founded in 2008, already has produced the television series “Becoming,” which tells the stories of athletes before they made it big; “Uninterrupted,” an online reality show of sorts that allows athletes to take fans along for the ride; “Survivor’s Remorse,” a scripted drama on Starz; and a prime-time game show for NBC in which acquaintances will compete for life-changing amounts of money.
“Connecting with my fans and telling meaningful stories have always been my passion,” James said in a statement. “In everything I’ve done, from Nike commercials to ‘Uninterrupted’ and ‘Survivor’s Remorse,’ it’s always about connecting with people of all ages and providing unique content they can all enjoy. And I’ve always loved movies, which makes Warner Bros. the ultimate partner to help us continue to push the envelope. I can’t wait to see what we come up with.”
Many fans might hope the partnership means James would reprise Michael Jordan’s “Space Jam,” which was made by Warner Bros. in 1996. Warner Bros. spokesman Paul McGuire declined to comment. Warner Bros. filed for three new Space Jam trademarks last month.