Cannabis Massages Betwixt Coachella Sets

Cannabis Massages Betwixt Coachella Sets

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            56% Off Gallery-Worthy Wildlife Photography

If your walls could talk… they’d probably have plenty to say, but at some point they’d get around to
mentioning how nice it’d be to have some more gallery-worthy photography hanging on them. Like these canvas prints from award-winning wildlife photog Randal Ford. You’re welcome,
walls.

YES YOU CANNA

            Cannabis Massages Betwixt Coachella Sets

Maybe you’ll be at Coachella this year. Maybe you’ll be at CannaSpa at Coachella, a two-day spa,
cocktail tasting and upscale-dining event with one incredibly lenient marijuana policy. Then again, maybe
you’ll be at both, in a bold experiment to assess weed’s effect on listening to music.

NEIGHBORLY LOVE

            A Pawn Shop, Flashy Sushi and Giant Buddhas

Last month,
we explored Avenue, the first nocturnal destination open at the Dream Hollywood. Now, Beauty & Essex
and Tao are up and running on its flanks, respectively bringing a striking pawn-shop-inspired restaurant and
Buddhist sushi hot spot to the block. Nice to see the neighbors getting along.

Thursday

WESTSIDE STORY

            Two New Reasons to Go Out, Then Eat and Drink Things

The Corner is a new Santa Monica joint you’ll visit with friends after work for banh mi, burgers and a
dram. Meanwhile, Santa Fe’s Tesuque Market is now supplying Venice with prepared sandwiches, cupcakes,
blue corn pancake mix and tequila. The breakfast ideas are already flowing.

Friday

BREAK ON THROUGH

            Just When You Thought You’d Never Have a Go-To for Bacon Towers

Nighthawk: Breakfast Bar has a new weekend happy hour full of things like bacon towers, benedict fries and
$8 Tang mimosas. And wasn’t that you who famously said, “I’m not going to pay a lot for these Tang
mimosas”?

Saturday

SCHOTTS. SCHOTTS. SCHOTTS.

            La Brea Gets Heavier Into Leather

You know Schott. They basically invented the motorcycle jacket. And now, they’re inventing a La Brea
location full of leather, nylon bombers and the full collection of the famous Perfecto Brand line. Maybe
next they’ll invent a place in LA where you can wear a jacket.

Hadley Tomicki lives in Los Angeles. He is probably going nowhere on the 10 Freeway this very second.

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