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    We won't say one way or the other whether we think Paris should spend 45 days in the slammer, but LA-based jewelry designer Red Freckles definitely thinks Paris got a raw deal. In support of the pink princess, Red Freckles created a hot pink bracelet called Paris is My Cell Mate "because she is a loyal customer, she's always been nice to me, she's a nice girl, people don't give her enough credit." Of...
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    We won't say one way or the other whether we think Paris should spend 45 days in the slammer, but LA-based jewelry designer Red Freckles definitely thinks Paris got a raw deal. In support of the pink princess, Red Freckles created a hot pink bracelet called Paris is My Cell Mate "because she is a loyal customer, she's always been nice to me, she's a nice girl, people don't give her enough credit." Of...
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    If you love David Lynch like a dancing dwarf loves David Lynch, you might want to check out ThisNext, which is giving away a pretty sweet all-Lynch-all-the-time prize in its weekly giveaway: The first INLAND EMPIRE poster ever made available to the public. A signed Eraserhead deluxe DVD. A Dumbland deluxe DVD. Um. Cartoons. A David Lynch T-shirt. The Short Films of David Lynch The instructions on how to enter are here, and hurry....
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    If you love David Lynch like a dancing dwarf loves David Lynch, you might want to check out ThisNext, which is giving away a pretty sweet all-Lynch-all-the-time prize in its weekly giveaway: The first INLAND EMPIRE poster ever made available to the public. A signed Eraserhead deluxe DVD. A Dumbland deluxe DVD. Um. Cartoons. A David Lynch T-shirt. The Short Films of David Lynch The instructions on how to enter are here, and hurry....
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    Just a little reminder, in case you don't scour our archives or come here every hour (for which we forgive you). We're having two contests right now. First, we'd like to give you Goddess Gwen in the flesh, but we are keeping her for ourselves. Instead, we are giving away an entire bag full of Gwen goods - everything pictured above. For that contest, all you have to do is link to a YouTube...
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    Just a little reminder, in case you don't scour our archives or come here every hour (for which we forgive you). We're having two contests right now. First, we'd like to give you Goddess Gwen in the flesh, but we are keeping her for ourselves. Instead, we are giving away an entire bag full of Gwen goods - everything pictured above. For that contest, all you have to do is link to a YouTube...
  • Food
    There's no denying that this season has devolved into receiving much more than giving. Even if you are the one doing the shopping and giving, someone on the other end is receiving. A sweater. An iPod. A DVD. Yay. We're not saying there's anything wrong with that, but we are saying that if you feeling ever so give-y, then you can shop and do good at the same time. Head on over to the...
  • Food
    There's no denying that this season has devolved into receiving much more than giving. Even if you are the one doing the shopping and giving, someone on the other end is receiving. A sweater. An iPod. A DVD. Yay. We're not saying there's anything wrong with that, but we are saying that if you feeling ever so give-y, then you can shop and do good at the same time. Head on over to the...
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    It's time. As much as we hated seeing silver stars and winter white wonderland at the Beverly Center as early as October (did they completely gloss over Halloween or did we just miss it when they were promoting it back in, say, July?), we must accept that Holiday shopping is indeed upon us now that it's December. To make it easier on us all, LAist has toiled, worn out our mouse clicking fingers, scoured...
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    It's time. As much as we hated seeing silver stars and winter white wonderland at the Beverly Center as early as October (did they completely gloss over Halloween or did we just miss it when they were promoting it back in, say, July?), we must accept that Holiday shopping is indeed upon us now that it's December. To make it easier on us all, LAist has toiled, worn out our mouse clicking fingers, scoured...

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