A pop-up concert series in Los Angeles is bringing together up-and-coming musicians with an eclectic audience for a pot-luck backyard concert. What more could a West Coast hipster want?
Sara Lieberman is a writer/editor who’s based out of New York City when she’s not gallivanting around the globe, taking yoga classes in Slovenia or buying woven handbags in Guatemala. She’s worked on staff at the New York Post, Page Six Magazine, Seventeen, and Fabulous in London, covering pop culture, lifestyle, the two F’s—fashion + food—and travel. More of her musings can be found in Hemispheres, Rhapsody, Cosmo UK and on her blog, News Girl About Towns.
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