A Sun Fire V240 is having forced server shutdown errors. To isolate the problem, you run the
showlogs command at the ALOM prompt and receive the following message: Click the Exhibit button. Which two components should you replace? (Choose two.)
Power Distribution Board
CPU0 Heatsink Assembly
You are on site and a remote administrator wants to verify that a failed internal disk in a Sun Fire
V440 is ready to replace. What two things should you do to confirm that the disk is ready for replacement? (Choose two.)
Make sure no LEDS are on.
Issue the RSC command showenvironment.
Check that the blue LED beside the disk drive slot is on.
Check that the amber LED beside the disk drive slot is on.
Check that the blue LED beside the disk drive slot is blinking.
A customer has a Sun Fire V250 and wants you to populate an additional memory bank. After you have physically added the new DIMMs, you need to run OpenBoot in diagnostics mode to verify that the new memory is accepted by the system. In what two ways can you enable diagnostics mode? (Choose two.)
Set the OBP variable diag-level to menus.
Set the OBP variable diag-switch? to true.
Set the OBP variable service-mode? to true.
Turn the Operation Mode switch to the relevant position.
After completing an upgrade of CPUs on a Sun Fire V210, you need to perform POST to verify the functionality of the CPUs. What should you accomplish before power on in sc mode?
sc> boot -r
sc> bootmode diag
sc> setenv diag-switch? true
You have replaced a failed CPU and executed POST diagnostics. What command displays a
summary of the last execution of the POST diagnostics?
You have just added a redundant power supply to a Sun Fire V440 in production. How should
you check that the new power supply is in use?
Look at the LED status on the new power supply.
Verify pwr_enable=0 in /etc/default/power.
Verify pwr_enable=1 in /etc/default/power.
Reconfigure reboot the system and look at the boot messages.
by Richard Foss
Eating steaks has been a symbol of affluence for hundreds of years and not just on this side of the Atlantic. Beefsteak clubs were established in London as early as 1705. Wealthy members dined on steaks, baked potatoes, wine and beer, a menu that would delight their counterparts today. It was such a national trait that the guards at the Tower of London were nicknamed the beefeaters and a French slang word for Englishmen was “rosbif.”
Still, the place we associate with big steaks is the USA and the era is not the 1750s but the 1950s. It was an era of cool music, strong cocktails, big steaks, and big dreams. Even people who weren’t born yet can get nostalgic for the era of optimism and opulence.
The place to do that today is The Arthur J. It’s mid-century visually and the kitchen serves up dishes in that spirit, but made attractive to a contemporary palate.
The restaurant is an homage by the Simms brothers to their late grandfather Arthur J. Simms, who was a restaurateur and whose portrait hangs by the front podium. The grandfather is also oddly but touchingly remembered with a pair of battered golf shoes by the front door.
Executive chef David LeFevre taps into nostalgic and historic veins both with what is served and how it’s presented. Some very modern items are served in the blue-flowered Corningware baking dishes that were in every kitchen when Eisenhower was president. These and other touches show a genuine affection for what’s going on here.
The menu is heavy on steaks, naturally, but there is much more here. I have visited The Arthur J twice — once with someone who is a connoisseur of cow, the second time with someone who hadn’t eaten beef for decades and both visits were successful. Both times we were served by a cheerful pro named Rachel who was an excellent guide to the subtleties of the menu.
The starters are mostly classics. We tried an emmental popover, split pea soup, Hamachi tartare and a grilled Treviso salad. The popover and soup were on different visits, but I wish I had ordered them together because they would complement each other well. The very light, savory roll with funky cheese filling would have been great with the soup, which had a slight peppery tang and extra flavor from rye croutons and the chunks of Virginia ham. A note to those who haven’t had it before: Virginia ham is saltier and chewier than most other hams, so adjust your expectations when you bite into one of those nuggets of meat in the soup. luding it in this soup adds a rare flavor of Colonial America in a California beach town. The only modern element was the garnish of smoked chicharrones, which added a rich crunch to the mix.
The flavor of the Hamachi was another coast and another century; marinated chopped yellowtail with micro-greens, tomato, radish slices, cucumber, Thai chili, peaches, and peanuts. A puffed rice chip with sesame on the side adds an additional texture, if one is needed. Those items don’t sound like they should work together but they do. There’s a slightly different balance in every bite.
We wavered between a classic Caesar and the Treviso salad, but decided on the latter because we were intrigued by the combination of bitter lettuce with ricotta cheese, mission figs and pine nuts with a sherry vinaigrette. It was interesting but not entirely successful. Our server had mentioned that the Treviso had been marinated and seared, both of which usually diminish the bitterness of this heirloom lettuce variety, but it still had a rather sharp flavor in bites that didn’t include the cheese. Using the velvety, aged ricotta rather than the usual parmesan was an inspired move, but I would have preferred more of it, and that it be cut in smaller pieces so it was spread through the dish more evenly. The idea of bitter radicchio with figs and cheese was excellent, but at least that day the balance was a bit off.
Unusual variations on classic cocktails are offered, under inexplicable names. A sidecar is renamed “Gromit’s whip,” a blood and sand “Ultimate Degradation.” The fact that they have any variation of blood and sand is near miraculous —
it’s a mix of scotch whisky, vermouth, cherry liqueur and orange juice that was invented in the 1920s and is unjustly obscure. If you have ever enjoyed good cocktails, you must try them here. The booze is top shelf and the people behind the bar are masters of their craft.
Wine is better with dinner, of course, so we asked the sommelier to suggest something. He suggested Champagne with the split pea soup and a white Montrachet with the salad.The pairings were spot on. I’m going to want sparkling wine with pea soup from now on.
The main courses here are served on an a la carte basis, though you wouldn’t know that from the menu. The vegetables and starches that are mentioned on the same line as the chops and seafood are mere garnishes. On the visit with the carnivore we ordered a ribeye and the sea bream, on the second visit rack of lamb and a pork chop. (I had been attracted by an artichoke and cheese dish that someone at an adjacent table was eating with gusto, but couldn’t resist the pork.) The meats followed a simple formula: top quality product minimally seasoned and expertly cooked. The pork is from a rare crossbreed of Hungarian and English breeds, the meat darker, sweeter and more richly flavored than even most heritage breeds and the Colorado lamb will make you forget that bland stuff from the antipodes.
The sea bream was less exotic, but used an interesting, modern preparation. It had been dusted with fennel pollen, which lends a delightfully sweet, spicy scent. Bream is similar to bass but is more sustainable. The moist, rich fish came away from the bone easily. Scottish salmon and lobster are also offered and based on this meal I’d like to explore their other seafood options.
As for the steaks, the item that is the centerpiece for most meals here, both prime dry-aged beef and wet-aged Angus beef are available. Supermarket beef is wet-aged and not for very long. It has an agreeable, mild flavor. Dry aging intensifies the flavor and adds a funky richness that is generally associated with lamb and game meats. Dry-aged steaks are also more expensive because they lose volume in the process. We decided on the dry-aged ribeye and after dithering over the 13 sauces and eight toppings to choose from, decided to have none. We wanted to experience the meat by itself. It was a superlative steak, and as we ate it we mused that The Arthur J is missing a bet. They should offer small portions of both wet and dry aged steak so that customers could learn the difference. Offhand, I think that they’d sell more of the dry-aged to repeat customers because they will have a basis for comparison.
A variety of sides was offered and these change with the seasons. A terrific fava bean dish that I enjoyed on the first visit was gone on the second, replaced by acorn squash with candied pecans. The mustard spaetzle was gone too, though I know of no reason German handmade noodles would be seasonal. Perhaps they weren’t popular because nobody knew what they were.
A steakhouse favorite that seems to have a perennial place on the menu is creamed spinach. The version here is the classic — cooked down with real cream and topped with crisp fried onions.
Desserts were offered, but here the menu is out of balance. With the exception of some sherbets, everything was heavy and rich. Had something light like a fruit tart or other, similar pastry been offered we would have ordered it, but on both visits we didn’t see anything that called to us.
Dinner at The Arthur J is on the high side by local standards. The less expensive of the two meals ran just over $250 for two, with two cocktails and four glasses of wine. That could have been much less if we had watched the wine budget. One the sommelier suggested was almost $25 for a three-ounce pour. It was a splendid pairing, but there were other good ones at more modest prices.
The Arthur J is a temple to a certain kind of dining, the mid-century modern décor in harmony with the ideas on the menu. At their best both are about simple ideas elegantly executed. In one case it’s wood polished and sculpted to show its beauty, in the other dishes crafted to show off minimally enhanced, excellent ingredients. One could only wish that the patriarch of the family could have lived to see it.
The Arthur J is at 903 Manhattan Avenue in downtown Manhattan Beach. Open daily at 5 p.m., close 10:30 p.m.. Sun-Wed., 11 p.m. Thu-Sat. Street parking, wheelchair access good, full bar. Some vegetarian items. Reservations suggested at thearthurjm, phone ">310-878-9620.
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1 Every three years, for just one night, Glow features an extraordinary array of original, site-specific installations by local and international artists. Ranging from the haunting traditional music of the Javanese Gamelan to the most technologically advanced interactive artworks, Glow celebrates the exceptional ability of artists to activate and shape public space. artists Aphidoidea Karen Atkinson Steve Boyer Mathieu Briand Jedediah Caesar Janet Echelman Marni Gittleman Steven Hull Glenn Kaino Shana Koenig Rebeca MÉndEz VAP Tinkerers with Jonathan Bijur Victoria Vesna Djoko Walujo DUSK&BEYOND 2013 glow network CalArts Community Arts RTNERSHIP (CAP) LAXart Jacaranda 7PM 3AM SATURDAY 928 SANTA MONICA BEACH, PIER AND LISADES RK An all-night cultural experience that re-imagines Santa Monica Beach as a playground for original, participatory works of art. Glow is a project of the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Foundation OPENING CEREMONY 7PM Ocean & Colorado Blvds.
2 SPONSORS AND DONORS SHINE SRKLE Marissa Arango Fieldmouse Foundation The City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Foundation THANK THE GENEROUS RTNERS, SPONSORS, AND DONORS THAT make Glow 2013 possible GLITTER The Herb Alpert Foundation Art Platform Los Angeles Albert and Elaine Borchard Foundation Central Parking SystemsStandard Parking Hornburg Jaguar Land Rover Santa Monica A Hundred Years Kinetic Lighting Ovation TV Pacific Park Pacific Western Bank Office of Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky GLOW RTNERS TWINKLE Cecilia Dan Fine Art Lincoln Property CompanyCentennial Real Estate Company Macerich Gwynne Pugh National Rentals Minardos Group Sea Castle Apartments Wyndham Santa Monica at the Pier GLOW MEDIA RTNERS KUSC LA Magazine SHIMMER Andy Agle Becks Koning Eisenberg Architects, . Patti Cunha Victor Coleman Dale Franzen Fred and Naomi Kurata Mobi-Mat Dora MedranoCarbo Films Walter Meyer and Rachel Lachowitz Jeffrey and Marla Michaels Maura Pally Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce Susan Schomburg Jennifer Steinkamp
3 getting to glow Walking and biking are the best ways to get to and around the Glow zone. Three bike valets will be operating free of charge: in Palisades Park just south of Broadway, immediately south of the Pier in the Hot Dog on a Stick parking lot, and in the parking lot immediately south of Bicknell Ave. and Crescent Bay Park. The Bike Center at Colorado Ave. and 2nd St. will be open late for bike rentals, bike repair and bike valet. Streets in the Glow zone will be closed to vehicular traffic in the late afternoon but open all night to bikes and pedestrians. More information on transportation to Glow, including Big Blue Bus special routing for the event, may be found at glowsantamonicagettingtoglow. DrivinG? Carpool and park in the easy-to-get-to, low-cost beach lots south of Pico Blvd. Flat-rate parking from $5-20 will be in effect in all city lots west of Lincoln. Real-time parking availability can be accessed at smgovparkingspacenow. Food, Drink & Hotel Specials A multitude of restaurants and businesses near the action will be open through the evening and up until 3am, with many offering Glow specials. An updated list of specials is available at santamonicamglow. Make dinner reservations in advance! In addition, food trucks will provide a variety of food choices in the lot south of Bay Street. Interact with Glow Using Your Mobile Phone Downloads that will enhance your Glow experience! Glow Soundscape: KCRW has created an audio guide hosted by KCRW DJs which features each artist talking about their work, and music for the journey. It also acts as a navigation tool with details on where to find each installation the night of the event. The Soundscape is available for download at To download directly to a mobile device, go to ors are encouraged to interact with artist Steve Boyer s work Colorfields via a free, custom mobile phone app, which prompts color changes on iphoneandroid devices as users move within the Colorfields zone. Activate your smartphone and learn how to participate by visiting Artist Janet Echelman s installation includes a digital soundscape which is available at Park Me is the official parking app of Glow Access the Park Me app via a special link on glowsantamonica. An Accessible Glow Most of the Glow art works are fully accessible. For more information in advance of the event, call the Cultural Affairs Office at (310) or download the Access Guide and Map at glowsantamonicaaccessibility. On the night of Glow, details about accessibility can be obtained at any Info Booth or at the Access Station. Stay up-to-date on all things Glow Follow glowsantamonica on and use #glowsantamonica to enter your photos in the AfterGlow facebookmglowsantamonica More at glowsantamonica
4 1 Steven Hull a puppet show A rotating stage displays Hull s sculptures of conquistadors whose hands detach and become marionettes. There will be performances at 8, 9, and 10pm featuring puppeteers Alex Evans and Eric de la Cruz with music by Anna Huff and Tanya Haden. The sculptures will be accompanied by light works by Marilyn Lowey and a sound piece by Gibby Haynes. 2 Janet Echelman The Space Between Us Echelman s multi-sensory immersive experience invites visitors to recline in sculpted sand forms as a diaphanous, 200 aerial sculpture billows above. The work explores the tension between weight and lightness between our earth-bound bodies and our desire to float. Developed in collaboration with the OLIN Studio for Landscape Architecture and Daniel RomeZach Alterman Audio Art. An audio component for this artwork is available at 3 Glenn Kaino well The wishing well of all wishing wells comes to Glow in a translucent container of bioluminescent wonder. This rare liquid was especially harvested for Glow from plankton at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography at UCSD in La Jolla. 4 Steve Boyer Colorfields A custom app prompts color changes on iphoneandroid devices as visitors move within the Colorfields zone, a 10,000 square foot area on the beach (location 4a), while a dynamic projected map provides an overview of all users within Glow (location 4b). At 10pm visitors are encouraged to gather in front of the Sea Castle apartments for a special Glow experience. for more information. 5 Marni Gittleman with rediscover Center and Leslie Gray Glowmasphere An immersive art experience where the gestures and sounds of visitors within a geodesic dome are interpreted by artists into cast shadows and silhouettes projected onto the structure s translucent skin. 6 VAP Tinkerers with Jonathan markowitz Bijur Tinkerers Tailoring Discover local teens from the Virginia Avenue Park Teen Center, as they delight all in their custom-made glowing costumes and festival puppets that light up and glow. Throughout the Glow zone. 7 Aphidoidea Swarm (The Gelatinous Bloom) Along the shore a swarm of tall jellyfish-like creatures, respond with light and sound to visitors. Aphidoidea is an artist collective and includes Paulina Bouyer Magana, Andrew Hernandez, Jesus Eduardo Magana and Jackie Munoz.
5 8 Patrick Scott The Rest Is Noise: A Carousel Ride through the 20th Century Ride the historic Santa Monica Carousel as 16 speakers play 12 second clips of music, representative of each decade of the 20th century. One hundred years of music condensed into a five minute experience. Produced in association with Jacaranda, Music on the Edge. 12 Mathieu Briand 6:43pm A chamber of mystery from a past or future time invites visitors in, while above the structure a ring of fire signals earth s primal essence. The installation salutes the power of the sun, whose descent below the horizon at 6:43 gives the artwork its title. 13 Djoko Walujo Java: Land of Dreams CalArts mesmerizing Gamelan Kyai Doro Dasih will play two hour-long concerts accompanied by dancers, at 8:30pm and midnight. Produced in association with CalArts Community Arts Partnership (CAP). 9 Victoria Vesna Octopus Mandala Glow (OMG!) The Pacific Wheel, the world s largest solar Ferris wheel, becomes the ultimate revolving mandala. Experience it as sounds become colors and as the many become one. 10 Shana Koenig Solar Sea Sculptures Spread amongst two locations, floating luminescent forms, reminiscent of those found in the depths of the ocean, respond to and interact with Glow s audience. 11 Rebeca Méndez CircumSolar, Migration 1, 2013 A giant disk of projected, powerful natural images near the shore features the arctic tern, a small sea bird that has the longest migration of all living beings on earth, flying from the Arctic to the Antarctic and back again each year. 14 Jedediah Caesar More Currency for Micronations A treasure hunt worth joining! Caesar will distribute over three thousand small objects that reference coins in easily discovered locations throughout Glow (excluding the sand). The supply will be refreshed several times throughout the night. Produced in association with LAXART. 15 Karen Atkinson GLOWbal A large screen coated with phosphorescent paint that holds the shape of projected images, like an echo repeats a sound, invites public interaction. Youth in the CAP Summer Arts Program in Dance, directed by Marvin Tunney, will perform at 7:30. The CalArts Improvisational Theatre Troupe, directed by Susan Allen, will perform on-going until 3am. Produced in association with CalArts Community Arts Partnership (CAP).
6 getting AROUND glow 4TH 4TH THIRD STREET PROMENADE 10B 10 FWY OLYMPIC Civic Parking 3RD SANTA MONICA 2ND BROADWAY COLORADO Tongva Park MAIN BAY MAIN BICKNELL OCEAN palisades park CIFIC COAST HIGHWAY 12 PED BRIDGE 1450 Ocean A 4B 8 9 SEASIDE 5 CIFIC 7 4A APPIAN 3 PICO NEILSON BEACH BIKE TH 2 OCEAN Crescent bay park 1 INFORMATION FIRST AID & INFO FOOD TRUCKS RESTROOMS CONCESSIONS BIKE VALET RKING
7 Business Specials & Extended Hours THE PIER select Santa Monica businesses until the wee hours of the night. OCEAN AVENUE $ 5 Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Festive packages with lite-up items such as glasses, lanyards, and spinning wands from $4.99 $ demo 301 Santa Monica Pier (310) Heal the Bay s Santa Monica Pier Aquarium Get ready for Glow with a marine-themed bio-luminescent demonstration at 2:30pm Ocean Front Walk (310) Mariasol Restaurant Mention Glow and receive discount on Food, excluding alcohol. Open until Midnight. 401 Santa Monica Pier (310) $ 1.50 Pier Burger Warm up with Regular or White Hot Chocolate for $1.50! Only at Pier Burger! Open until midnight. 330 Santa Monica Pier (310) $ 7 Rusty s Surf Ranch Glow Margarita $7 plus other Glow Specials. Take-Out with BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich & more! Open until 2am. $ Santa Monica Pier (310) Starline Tours Green Route special $20 for adults; $15 for children. Purchase only from Starline kiosk at Santa Monica Pier and green route drivers. Not to be combined with other specials, discounts or coupons. 12 PRICE 322 Santa Monica Pier (323) The Albright SM Pier Seafood Half price draft beer pitchers. 7pm 2am 245 Santa Monica Pier (310) bg Gallery (Bleicher GolightlyGorman) Discount on art books and light based art works if you say the code Halo 3. The gallery will be presenting an exhibit of light and technology based artwork including a Virtual Reality work by artist Mike Saijo. 8pm 2am Ocean Ave (310) $ 10 Blue Plate Taco $10 Glow Margarita. Open until 12am Ocean Ave, Suite A (310) AM Hotel Shangri-La Glow Celebration 4pm 2am: Suite 700 & The Dining Room at Hotel Shangri-La host an evening of music, magic & libations with a stunning view of Glow from our rooftop & a special Glow drink available all night! 1301 Ocean Ave (310) Jeanie Madsen Gallery Extended business hours and off all Art, Fashion and Accessories. 4pm 3pm Ocean Ave, Suite A (310) % Santa Monica Convention & ors Bureau Mention SANTAMONICA and take an additional 50% off sale merchandise at the following Santa Monica or Centers locations. ONLY: Valid Sept , $ Ocean Ave. & 1300 Block of Third Street Promenade (800) Shore Hotel Shore Hotel has an exclusive overnight accommodation package for Glow attendees. Rates starting at $369. $ Ocean Ave (310) The Georgian Hotel $6 Glow Cocktails (Bar Only) From 7pm 12am. Open until 12am Ocean Ave (310) free dessert The Lobster Free dessert with purchase of an entree. ludes the best place to see a lot of the Glow exhibits! 1602 Ocean Ave (310)
8 Business Specials & Extended Hours select Santa Monica businesses until the wee hours of the night. MAIN STREET MAIN STREET SANTA MONICA PLACE Agabhumi, The Best of Bali $ 1 OFF Groundwork Coffee ART Satellite Santa Monica FREE Charlie Kabob Mention Glow and you will receive a special discount on your purchase. ludes exclusive one of a kind jewelry, apparel, accessories and gifts. S $ Main St Alchemie Spa Glow Spa Package 2021 Main St (310) Basement Tavern Basement Tavern will be offering $10 specialty cocktails inspired by Glow artists from 10 Midnight on Saturday, September 28th. Come by for after-glow brunch and glowing Bloody Mary s for $8 on Sunday, September 29th % 2640 Main St (310) Bike Attack 20% off Bike Accessories and off all bicycles Main St (310) Essentia Special Glow discount on all mattresses this weekend, plus off pillows, including body pillows! 2430 Main St (310) $1.00 off drinks when you give the password Glow Festival. $ Main St (310) Hale Arts Gallery $100 art sale on selected works from featured artists. All selected items on display are $100 + tax. Special Glow hours: 10pm 12am. 25% 2443 Main St (310) Miakel Bishay Salon Let us help you Glow & light up your night during Glow weekend with 25% off all services. 25% 2919 Main St (310) Paint:Lab 25% off Original Paintings in our Gallery. Open until 9pm Main Street (310) $100 OFF Pedego Santa Monica Feel the Glow when you purchase your new Pedego Electric bicycle. $100 off when you say, Glow. 214 Pier Ave (310) Hosted space for your one-night art gallery event at Satellite Santa Monica Main Street: The Annex (310) % Trendy Sunglasses 25% off Ray-Ban Sunglasses. Over 400 to choose from. 20% 2716 Main St (310) mtrendysm yogitoes rexperience Lab yogitoes rexperience Lab 928 & 929 for 20% off regular priced items. Promo code GLOW. 11am 5pm Main St (310) . yogitoesm SANTA MONICA PLACE Hugo Boss Enjoy off the entire store. Fall 2013 collection now available. 395 Santa Monica Place, #162 (310) % Carlton Hair off hair products and 20% off hair services with mention of Glow! 10am 9pm. 395 Santa Monica Place, Ste 254 (310) carltonhairm Free Salad or Appetizer or Drinks with purchase of any Entrée. Cannot be combined with any other offer. 1 AM 395 Santa Monica Place, Ste 392 (310) Johnny Rockets off total purchase. 395 Santa Monica Place, #386 (310) Pizza Antica We will be open until 1:00am offering our entire menu, pizzas, wine, beer and more. 11:30am 1:00am. $ Santa Monica Place, Ste 304 (310) Sonoma Wine Garden Enjoy a $5 specialty Glow Champagne Cocktail in the Garden! 30% 395 Santa Monica Place (424) XCVI 30% off for our regular priced XCVI clothing items. Must mention Glow. 395 Santa Monica Place (310)
9 Business Specials & Extended Hours DOWNTOWN SANTA MONICA select Santa Monica businesses until the wee hours of the night. DOWNTOWN SANTA MONICA Border Grill Receive off. Up to 9 guests. Not valid for happy hour or with other discounts. 1AM th St (310) Caffe Bellagio Extended hours with full menu available. Open until 1am rd Street Promenade (310) caffebellagiom YOGA Exhale Santa Monica Yoga Glow workshop at exhale on September 28th at 7pm! This will be a yoga class to electro music and with glow sticks in a dark studio! 101 Wilshire Blvd (310) exhalespamlocations santa-monica FREE Hartnell Mention Glow and receive a free veil when you order your gown. Closing at 7pm. $ th St (310) Hotel Carmel Call-in reservations that mention Glow will receive a special discounted rate of $149 plus taxes and fees per night. 201 Broadway (800) $ 450 Huntley Santa Monica Beach Special offer for Suite stay with complimentary breakfast for 2: Signature Suite for $450 and Malibu Suite for $550. Penthouse Restaurant closes at 2am Second Street (888) % Inner Light Manual therapy Let your body glow! Save 30% on massage and bodywork services at Inner Light Manual Therapy of Santa Monica. Brighten your senses with a soothing deep tissue massage that will make you skin shine! Call today! 8am 11pm nd St, Suite 117 (310) Iobella off Iobella s ultimate hydrafacial to make your skin glow. 507 Wilshire Blvd (310) AM Locanda del Lago Extended hours with appetizer, small bites and pizza menu along with full bar. Open until 1am. 231 Arizona Ave (310) $ 10 Westside Comedy Theater Add to your Glow itinerary Mission IMPROVable improv show September 28th at 10pm for only $10 per person A 3rd Street Promenade (310) westsidecomedym $ 10 Real Food Daily $10 Special Glow Box for hungry health foodies on-the-go! ludes organic grilled veggie wrap, salad & cookie. 20% off our signature organic Glow fresh juice. Offers apply 928 from 5 10pm when mention the word Glow Santa Monica Blvd (310) Red Lotus Yoga Store off any one item in the store including yoga accessories, jewelry and clothing. FREE nd St (310) Rococo Salon Receive a free conditioning treatment with any cut or color service! 20% th St (310) Santa Monica Closeup 20% off all photographs ordered online at FabianLewkowiczm during Glow. Coupon Code:GlOW 315 Colorado Ave (310) FREE Santa Monica Power Yoga One free class. Valid until October 10th, 2013 when you mention Glow. Get your pass at the front desk. 12AM nd St (310) Sunglass Hut Refreshments, raffles for glasses and other prizes! Also, get your glasses adjusted while you shop! Open until midnight. $ rd Street Promenade, Ste 104 (310) Tikkun Holistic Spa Glo Mineral Sugar Body Scrubs for $55. $ th St (310) Wokcano $2 California Rolls. Limit 1 roll per person. Dine-in only. Must mention Glow when ordering. 4pm 2am. 3AM th St (310) Ye Olde King s Head Restaurant open until 1am (late night menu). Glowtini Cocktail for $6. Bakery & Shop open late. Open until 3am. 116 Santa Monica Blvd (310) . yeoldekingsheadm
10 Business Specials & Extended Hours GLOW team PETS Other Businesses And Hotels Animal Kingdom of Santa Monica While you enjoy an evening of Glow let your dogs glow at Animal Kingdom for an extended evening of play. 2 scoops 300 Pico Blvd (310) Beachy Cream Two single scoops for the price of one at Beachy Cream. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Valid only on September 28th 11am 12am. Lotus East-West Medical Center off your initial acupuncture appointment with Clinic Director, Dr. Brendan Armm, of Lotus East-West Medical Center. Lotus East-West is the first Santa Monica medical center to receive green business certification. This special Glow offer can be used to boost your energy, calm your mind, strengthen your digestion, improve your sleep, for pain management and many other holistic, primary care concerns. It can also be used simply for maintenance level preventive care. Call to schedule your healing appointment today. Production City of Santa Monica Cultural Affairs Division Community Arts Resources Mark Flaisher, Technical Director Nuell Entertainment, Sponsor Development Marc Pally, Artistic Director Curatorial Committee David Familian, Beall Center for Art and Technology, UCI Meg Linton, Otis College of Art Stephen Nowlin, Art Center College of Design Pilar Tompkins Rivas, 18th Street Art Center PROGRAM Design Colleen Corcoran Tiffanie Tran PROGRAM Printing American Foothill Publishing 1209 Wilshire Bl (310) Wilshire Blvd (310) FREE Jurlique Get Glowing Revitalizing Facial receive a free 1 month supply of our new Advanced Herbal Recovery Serum 1230 Montana Ave, Suite 105 (310) jurliquem Kathmandu Boutique off entire store with mention of Glow! 1844 Lincoln Blvd (310) TOUR Santa Monica Museum of Art, Bergamot Station G1 Skip the traffic and get GLOWing! Start your evening of culture at the Santa Monica Museum of Art. Tour of SMMoA s summer exhibition Joyce Pensato: I Killed Kenny. Guided group bicycle ride to Glow led by Asuka Hisa, director of education and public programs, and representatives from Santa Monica SPOKE. Free parking at Bergamot Station Arts Center (spaces are limited). Lot closes at 4am Michigan Avenue (310)
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To say that 2015 has been a banner year for L.A. restaurants would perhaps be a lie — there have been fewer major attention-grabbing openings this year than in years past. And yet, as I look over the places that have seized my attention in these last 12 months, I see an L.A. scene emerging that is more true to the soul of this city than in any other year. We’ve gained so many weirder, smaller, less Eurocentric restaurants this year.
As you read my top 10 picks, you might notice the prevalence of Asian and Mexican spots, which take up more than half of this list. We’ve always said we’re a city that isn’t bound by the European sensibilities that dominate on the East Coast, and this year that’s become obvious not just in a few exciting openings but in the majority of them.
So how do we define a banner year? Perhaps growing into our true selves as a dining city qualifies after all.
Steamed buns with roast pork belly at Everson Royce Bar
10. Everson Royce BarWhat do you get when you take one of the city’s most passionate wine purveyors and a James Beard Award–winning chef and have them open a bar together? You get Everson Royce Bar, the Arts District drinking hole conceived by Randy Clement of Silverlake Wine and Matt Molina, previously chef at a little place you may have heard of called Osteria Mozza. In many ways ERB is a fairly simple operation: long, backlit bar facing some banquette seating; a large kitchen abutting a hallway to the outdoor space; a huge, string light–festooned back patio with picnic tables and a bocce court; a short menu of classic drinking food from all over the world. Molina’s food is hardly groundbreaking here — there are no cheffy twists on dishes, just familiar bar snacks perfectly realized. But somehow, those elements — together with beverage director Chris Ojeda’s fantastic cocktails — make for the neighborhood bar of your dreams. There’s a lot to be said for doing something straightforward and doing it very, very well. 1936 E. Seventh St., downtown; (213) 335-6166, erblam.
The Arthur J
9. The Arthur JIt's hard to resist the charms of the Arthur J, David Lefevre's new Manhattan Beach restaurant. If a steakhouse is all about a projection of American fantasy, then the Arthur J spins that fantasy particularly well. The restaurant's decor is an imagining of the glossy swagger of the 1950s, all geometrically latticed room dividers made from honey-toned wood, tastefully space-age light fixtures, and carpets and upholstering that have the gray and navy chromatism of a well-made suit. Cocktails provide clever twists on the classics, and those "twists," along with the forward-thinking wine list, are really the only details of the restaurant that veer toward modernity. The food is almost all throwback, down to a pot roast served from white Pyrex with a blue curlicued design, a vessel that typically wouldn't be seen in an upscale steakhouse but that graced the kitchens of most housewives circa 1959. Are the steaks cooked well? Do they deliver that meaty tang, that carnivorous joy, the char and blood and gratifying balance between tender and toothsome? They are and they do, particularly the dry-aged prime, which comes in a variety of very expensive cuts. Great steak, it turns out, is an indulgence that never gets old. 903 Manhattan Ave., Manhattan Beach; (310) 878-9620, thearthurjm.
8. Trois FamiliaWhat will spring forth next from the minds of Ludo Lefebvre, Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo? The trio, now with a trio of “Trois” restaurants, has followed up Trois Mec and Petit Trois with Trois Familia, a funky little spot in a Silver Lake strip mall that is part French, part Mexican and 100 percent hipster fantasy. And what a fun fantasy. The restaurant, which is open for breakfast and brunch daily and has no liquor license, would fall under the weight of its own silliness if not for the quality of the cooking, which is fantastic. You put your name on a list out front and wait to be called to a communal picnic table, there to dine on dishes such as “hash brown chilaquiles,” which means hash browns in a pool of hot sauce with an egg on top, or a garlic butter and bean burrito that is as delicious as it is fundamentally whacked. There’s a lot of that here — Frankenstein dishes that should be terrible, and would be terrible if it weren’t for the cooks in charge. But with these three at the helm, even the silliest idea turns out to be pretty damn awesome. 3510 Sunset Blvd., Silver Lake; (323) 725-7800, troisfamiliam.
Chicken with mole Oaxaqueño at Rocio's Mexican Kitchen
7. Rocio’s Mexican KitchenRocio's Mexican Kitchen is a modest affair. The small wedge of a building from renowned mole queen Rocio Camacho operates mainly as a takeout place where you order at a counter, and it's possible to pick up a burrito and never get wind of the more exciting possibilities of eating here. But there’s way more to this place than meets the eye. It wouldn't be a Camacho restaurant without a focus on moles, and the Oaxaqueño, in particular, is fantastically silky and has a depth of flavor that's downright profound — this is mole that might be cast in the starring role of some magical-realism novel, the dark sorcery used to seduce a young lover. Camacho's touch with more standard menu items makes them utterly memorable. The empanadas are so light and crispy they're almost ethereal in their shattery crunch. The aguachile has fat shrimp bathed in a scarlet sauce spicy enough to alter your consciousness but also so tangy and balanced that it will have you coming back for bite after excruciating bite. If this food were served in some fancy room somewhere, the salmon would be cooked a little more gently; the ribs under a sticky, spicy, aromatic glaze would perhaps be more tender. There would be wine as delicate as the flavor of the musky huitlacoche sauce you get ladled over mahi mahi. But the wonderful thing about Rocio's Mexican Kitchen is right there in the name. This is Camacho's kitchen, and it's not built on any premise other than showcasing the cooking of an incredibly talented chef. 7891 Garfield Ave., Bell Gardens; (562) 659-7800.
Pork longganisa at Ricebar
6. RicebarWe use the term “hole in the wall” as a folksy cliche, but Ricebar truly is a hole in the wall, a teeny kitchen with a door on downtown’s Seventh Street. The entire space — kitchen, storage, fridges, dining area — is 275 square feet. The master of those 275 square feet is chef Charles Olalia, an exceedingly friendly dude who often looks kind of happily stunned to find himself here. It is quite amazing to find him here, given that his last job was executive chef at Patina in Walt Disney Concert Hall, one of the ritziest restaurants in California. Before that, he worked at the French Laundry in Napa Valley and Guy Savoy in Las Vegas. At Ricebar, the focus is not on fine dining but rather heirloom, fair-trade Filipino rice bowls in a variety of flavors. The menu is built around the four large steamers in the front window, each holding a different kind of rice. Kalinga Unoy is a rust-colored red rice, grown on ancient terraced fields in Kalinga in the Philippines, then sun-dried. The flavor is lightly nutty and sweet, and it delicately complements Ricebar’s suggested topping, bistek tagalog: tender, pan-seared, soy-marinated beef. There’s black rice covered in hunks of lush avocado, crisp radish, sweet pops of marinated grape tomatoes and tiny, pointy, salty, crunchy fried anchovies. Pork longganisa, a sausage that’s made in-house, comes sliced and accompanied by pickled veggies and has an almost floral and aromatic yet funky flavor that leaves a light, fatty sweetness behind. Olalia will recommend you order this over garlic fried rice and also that you add a fried egg. He’s a wise man in both regards. 419 W. Seventh St., downtown; ricebarlam.