|3||Granada Hills* - Tuesday Cruz-In - Chatsworth & Lindley St. - 6PM - Flyer|
|3||Laguna Hills* - Chick-fil-A - 24011 El Toro Rd. - 5PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|4||Downey* - Bob's Big Boy Broiler Drive-In - 7447 Firestone Blvd. - 5PM - 10PM - Flyer|
|4||El Cajon - Cajon Classic Cruise Parade of Lights - Main & Magnolia - 5PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|4||Pomona - Prolong Twilight Cruise Night - NHRA Museum 1101 W. McKinley Ave. - 4PM - 8PM - Info|
|4||Simi Valley* - Weekly Cruise Night - See Flyer for Location - Changes Each Week - 5PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|4||West Covina* - Car & Bike Show at Hooters - 3041 E. Garvey Ave. N. - 4:30PM - 7:30PM - Flyer|
|5||Anaheim* - Angelos Cruise Nite - Brookhurst & Ball - 5PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|5||Irwindale - Thursday Night Thunder - Irwindale Dragstrip 500 Speedway Dr. - 5PM - 10PM - Flyer|
|5||Seal Beach* - Aircooled Anarchy Meet & Greet - In-N-Out 12359 Seal Beach Blvd. - 7PM - Flyer|
|6||Buena Park* - Classic Car Fridays - Elks Lodge 7212 Melrose St. - 4PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|6||Costa Mesa - First Fridays Roadshow & Toy Drive - 77 Fair Drive - 5:30PM - 7:30PM - Flyer|
|6||Garden Grove* - 12891 Historic Main Street - 4PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|6||Huntington Beach - SoCalLx Club Meet-n-Greet - 19102 Beach Blvd. - 6PM - 11PM - Flyer|
|7||Fullerton - Rotors, Wings & Wheels Fest - 4011 W. Commonwealth Ave. - Noon - 6PM - Flyer|
|7||Harbor City - 7th Annual Simpson Winter Sale & Car Show - 1407 W. 240th St. - 8:30AM - 12:30PM - Flyer|
|7||Huntington Beach* - Donut Derelicts - Magnolia & Adams - 6AM - 9AM|
|7||Indio - Riverside County Classic Car Show - 82-503 Hwy. 111 - 9AM - 3PM - Flyer|
|7||Irwindale - Mooneyes Xmas Party Show & Drags - Irwindale Speedway - 6AM - Info|
|7||Fontana - Auto Enthusiast Day - 9300 Cherry Ave. - 11AM - 4PM - Info|
|7||Lakewood* - Fuddrucker's Christmas Show - 5229 Clark Ave - Noon - 4PM - Pre '78 Cars - Flyer - 3 TVs & more|
|7||Ontario - 15th Annual Christmas on Euclid Show, Shine & Shop - Euclid Ave. - 9AM - 2PM - Flyer|
|7||Palm Springs* - Palm Spring Cruising Association Cruise Night - 72-840 Hwy. 111 - 1PM - 5PM - Flyer|
|7||Redondo Beach - 6th Annual Cruise at the Beach Christmas Car Show - 245 N. Harbor Dr. - 9AM - 3PM - Flyer|
|7||Ventura - Ventura Auto Swap Meet Hot Rods & Harleys - 4667 Telegraph Rd. - 7AM - 3PM - Flyer|
|7||Westminster - Latin Gents Cruise Night - 13425 Beach Blvd. - 2PM - 8PM - Flyer|
*= Recurring Cruise Nights
Most people know the movie La Bamba because it depicts the story of legendary singer Ritchie Valens. La Bamba is a tear jerker in the end, but it definitely is a classic that is a MUST SEE.
Donna's Dads cruel joke - 1950 Ford Custom; "Bobbo's Gift to Ritchie - 1959 Ford Thunderbird; Bob's fix-up car towards the end of movie - 1948 Packard Super Eight; The Ice Cream truck - 1953 Chevrolet ½-Ton; Rudy's ride - 1955 Pontiac Chieftain
Gasp! This weekend is the annual MOONEYES XMAS PARTY and Im suuuper stoked of all the craziness (in a good way) I am going to witness. This past weekend I got to meet some great people and I cant wait to catch them again for more great memories. If you're planning to attend; stop me if you see me for a picture with Style Me Classic. Make sure to check out the flyer (courtesy of Mooneyes website) for details.
Content by Ryan Cash
The much anticipated Bo Huff Rockabilly Extravaganza is this Thanksgiving weekend and I cant think of any other way to end the holiday. If you were worried about having nothing to do other than eating leftovers, here's a chance to enjoy some classic cars, dancing, bad a*% music, and beautiful pin-up models. See flyer (courtesy of Bo Huff's website) for details.
Content by Ryan Cash
Recently I went to
If you follow them on Twitter throughout the day they have an assortment of giveaways which makes the experience more exciting and more involved. I was anticipating to making it on time for the massive group picture Rock Around The Park coordinates, however, I had just missed it.
I arrived slightly early (Im never on time) and I wore a vintage dress that truth be told, I never thought would fit, however, it did and it gave me that extra confidence I needed. I had my hair styled with one suicide roll on top with a low ponytail and a flower for a hair accessory.
We started out with Tomorrowland and on my way there, off of Main Street, I spotted the lovelies, Mona (above) who was caught off guard by my quick approach, but soon realized I was not a creeper (I think). I was hoping to catch the adorable pin up models, Leslye Rox and Ruby Champagne, but our schedules were not coinciding. I knew before I attempted to wait in a line for Buzz Lightyears Blaster; I had to grab a churro. Yes, those delicious churros are hard to resist and while waiting in line for that delectable treat I ran into Eddie, Jose, and Vianney- this group were all smiles on their way to Tomorrowland.
After a couple rides it was time to eat. I attempted to catch the Finding Nemo ride, but the line was longer than anticipated so I decided to eat first and thats where I ran into Corrina and her handsome son Raymond. This duo were too cute for words.
Throughout the day I got to see some familiar faces such as the stunning Joanna and handsome Mario (above) whom I had the pleasure meeting at The Hootenanny 2013. I also got to meet some friendly social clubs such as, Founders: Kevin and Ashley of the "Tomorrowland Jedi SC", Founders: David and Vanessa Marquez of the "Tomorrowland Rebels SC", Founders: Michael Perez and Kimberly Lee of the "Jack Pack Disneyland" (they've supported fellow social clubs with charity events), and Founders: Patrick and Jose of the "Disney Resort Imbeciles" (who gave me a cool pin).
While in Toon Town I ran into Instagram follower, Melanie McBride who spotted Style Me Classic. Melanie is a talented baker who has been a guest on sister station KFI AM 640, The Fork Report for her delicious Peruvian Alfajores.
After getting on Mickey's coaster, we decided to head over to my favorite ride, The Haunted Mansion, in which I spotted the classy trio, Marlena, Josh, and Stephan who were on their way to a bbq, but stopped their tracks, just for me. During my wait for The Haunted Mansion, I got to meet the dapper bunch, Vanessa, Alex, Cynthia, Corinne, Gil, and Jezebel who were friendly enough to pose.
Overall the experience was fun, it's Disneyland, but I would suggest being more involved with the tweets just so you can get the full experience of the annual event.
Content & Photos by Ryan Cash
It's that time again where Halloween meets Gasser Lounge and CARNEVIL is born. Come on down to my FAVORITE bar that has some of the sweetest/stylish people in the South Bay. They also have some GREAT drink specials! See flyer (below) for details.
This past weekend there was not much planned being that the next few weeks are going to be hectic. However, I decided to check out the Dia de Los Muertos festival in Uptown Whittier because I have never been to one before. Every year I would hear great things about the vendors and the spirit (no pun intended) people represent each year and I definitely wanted to witness it myself.
I arrived early Sunday afternoon and parking was easy to find which is always a plus when attending an annual festival. When I arrived I noticed a lot of vendors, however, not many in the spirit, but it was great to see the few that were. There was Aztec and ballet folklorico dancing in celebration of the deceased as well as a best costume in remembrance. The stunning pin-up model Ariana Rodriguez was a perfect example and looked darling in red and white.
Down the street, I spotted visitor Ana Palmira who looked elegant in this traditional Mexican folk dress- Ana and her husband (didn’t catch his name) were sweet as pie. I practically jumped in front of Joanna Gutierrez and Adam Cruz to snap a picture of their beautiful family. They were actually very kind not to freak out.
After making my way to a few vendors, I saw this blue Johnny Cash canvas painting (Above - far right) that I knew I had to stop by and check. The artist, Miranda Calvin, has been painting for four years and has captured a lot of portraits who amazingly enough are freestyle. I mentioned that the “morenita” pin up resembled a lot like pin-up model Sharon Escamilla and I loved it because not many females with a darker skin tone get recognition. A canvas painting of a skeleton was a quick buy for Martha Ramirez. Once she saw it, she knew she had to have it and Miranda was kind enough to autograph it. Miranda was a doll from the minute I introduced myself. Her personality was kind, friendly and her passion for art radiated out of her. She is a true inspiration.
Zully (not Zulema) was a riot when I met her. A young spirit (no pun intended) with a passion for the rockabilly scene. She had a massive variety of hair pins, Latin culture hand fans, and a massive amount of wallets. Her collection was inexpensive- something I can always appreciate.
Alex Castaneda’s is a graphic artist whose paintings consist of spray paint. When I saw his artwork from afar, I was impressed by the detail he was able to create with such a difficult tool.
Artist Paulina has a combination of artwork on clothing and on canvas. Her, Dia de Los Muertos Audrey Hepburn and the "Andy Warhol" Frida Kahlo were my personal favorites. She was also a featured artist on the face painting for Drop Dead Gorgeous- a vendor booth at the festival.
Paz Gonzalez has a trade that the entire family gets involved in. Paz has been creating these miniature figurines from scratch for eight years. Her dedication truly shows. If and when I get married (if I don’t end up like one of these skeleton brides waiting for “Mr. Right”) the bride and groom will definitely be the cake topper in my wedding.
Vendor Valeria Ramirez had a simple creative style that grabbed my attention. Her skull shot glasses painted in Dia de Los Muertos designs was something I hadn’t seen before. I LOVED her candles with the theme printed on them. They are inexpensive and great for decorating the house with.
Towards the end of my day I encountered two rude vendors. I tried not letting them ruin my day, but unfortunately when people act as though they are “too good” I can’t help, but feel frustrated. In the end my encounter with my lovely friend and pin-up model, Leslye Rox, and the classy pin-up model and burlesque dancer, Ruby Champagne brightened up the rest of my day.
Paul Barrientos was my last meet. He was posted next to the classic cars and what caught my eye was his, “Bump Now Bump Later” painting on print. I found it to be a great expression of what music does for emotions. Paul was kind and funny (NOT “kind of” funny) and his genuine interaction with me instilled the hope I needed to continue to enjoy my evening.
Content & Photos by Ryan Cash