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Ink N Iron
Get here for the Hot Rods, live music, burlesque, art show, fashion, and of course the tattoo show covering three floors inside the ship. 280 of the best tattoo artists in the world will be on hand from 30 States and 25 Countries representing all the tattoo styles. It’s a car show, along with music, mingling with the artists, and pinup girls. Plus, breathtaking view of the gigantic Queen Mary, the beautiful water, and the amazing Long Beach skyline is quite a view as well. $42+; Friday-Sunday; 1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802

Mumford Brewing
Launching this weekend, complete with soft-opening party, this huge 40,000 square feet brewery is a locally-based brew team founded by brothers Peter and Todd Mumford and Todd’s wife Tien. The soft-opening party will include four different beers (two IPAs, a cream ale, and their flagship American black ale). Tasters, full pints, and growlers will be available. Saturday, noon-6 pm; 416 Boyd St., Los Angeles, CA

Hard Rock Cafe’s Birthday
Hard Rock Cafe is ready to party like it’s 1971! On June 14, 1971, Isaac Tigrett and Peter Morton opened the first-ever Hard Rock Cafe in London and an iconic brand was born. To honor the brand’s founders and celebrate its birthday, Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood on Hollywood Blvd. and at Universal CityWalk will host a sampling of Los Angeles-based craft beer company, Fireman’s Brew, award-winning beers. The brewery was originally developed by firefighters for firefighters, the beer will also be available for purchase with $1 from every bottle sold donated directly to the Widows, Orphans & Disabled Firemen’s Fund of the Los Angeles Firemen’s Relief Association. Sunday, 1-4 pm; Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood at Universal CityWalk, 1000 Universal Studios Blvd., Suite 99, Universal City, CA 91608, 818.622.7625 and Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood on Hollywood Blvd., 6801 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 105, Hollywood, CA 90028; 323.464.7625

G* Star Raw Indigo Dye Workshop
Explore traditional Japanese Shibori indigo dye with workshop led by FMK this weekend at the G* Star store on Melrose. Classes include free materials. RSVP to schedule your time. Saturday, 12-4 pm; G* Star Store, 7966 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90048

Dark Nights at LA LIVE
L.A. LIVE transforms into a nighttime artisanal marketplace featuring local indie makers and artists, including street artists and performers, and live musicians. Plus, enjoy $5 food and drink menus at participating L.A. LIVE restaurants. Friday, 6 pm; L.A. LIVE, 800 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015

Greystone Manor Los Angeles’s Exclusive The Global Party
The Global Party will go down simultaneously in over 200 cities throughout the world. Every participating city has one exclusive venue hosting their own Global Party as they continue in ‘Linking The World For A Worthy Cause’. From Monte Carlo to Mongolia, Portugal to Peru, Switzerland to Sri Lanka, Italy to India, the USA to the UAE, England to Estonia, Jamaica to Japan, Croatia to China, South Africa to Spain and Brazil to the Bahamas – people will be coming together to have a good time in some of the world’s finest nightclubs and to support The Global Charity Trust. The Global Party was launched at The Natural History Museum in London in 2011 and brought together over 2,000 global VIP’s and by 2013 there were over 120 events being held around the world. Saturday, 10 pm-2 am; Greystone Manor Los Angeles, 643 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; 310-651-7499

Bring Your Own Dance Moves
Peanut Butter Wolf kicks off Bring Your Own Dance Moves at The Music Center alongside legendary L.A. DJ and West Coast Hip Hop leader, Egyptian Lover and sonic slayer, Jimi Hey of Dublab. Producer, DJ and founder of Stones Throw Records, PB Wolf has been DJing since the ‘90s, so get ready to get down. Late night bar menu and $5 parking starts at 8 pm. Friday, 7-11 pm; 135 N Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012

Long Beach’s Craft Cocktail Festival
Drink your way through the day at this event that features some of the best drinks from Long Beach’s best mixologists and bars. The lineup includes cocktails made by Long Beach bartenders from more than 16 bars like Roxanne’s, the Exhibition Room and 320 Main. $20, $100/VIP; Saturday, 1-5 pm; Roxanne’s Cocktail Lounge & Latin Grill, 1115 East Wardlow Rd., Long Beach, CA

Last Remaining Seats
This summer film series shows classic movies along with live music, special guests, prop displays and more in historic theaters in DTLA. Screens this year include Psycho and Raiders of the Lost Ark. Showtimes, locations vary by screening; check website for details. $20; Saturday (June 20, 24, 27); 213.623.2489

L.A. Chamber Orchestra @ The Movies
Enjoy animation spanning more than 80 years with orchestral scores performed live by Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, led by six-time Emmy Award®-winning composer Mark Watters at the Theatre at Ace Hotel downtown. The event includes re-premieres of newly restored versions of two long lost 1920’s-era “Oswald the Lucky Rabbit” shorts, Poor Papa (1927) and Africa Before Dark (1928), shown for first time in more than 50 years. Other highlights include the 2014 Academy Award®-nominated Get A Horse! (2013), a contemporary homage to early Mickey Mouse cartoons, shown with live music for the first time ever; the 80th anniversary of the “Silly Symphony” short Music Land (1935) and more. $35+; Saturday; Theatre at Ace Hotel, 929 S Broadway St., Los Angeles, CA

Vespaio Opens
Los Angeles needs Italians. As in food. This new Italian spot by restaurateur and chef, Agostino Sciandri, has an open kitchen and a patio decked out in natural wood, metallic finishes, marble, antique brassm and accents of blue. Across from MOCA (and inside The Emerson), you can now order up breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu features items from the rotisserie, and wood-burning oven, as well as assortments of pastas and pizzas. Highlights will include: Baby kale, beef heart tomatoes, avocado, Gorgonzola, EVOO; Seared beef carpaccio, watercress, large capers, parmigiano, horseradish dressing; Charred octopus, fingerling potatoes, green beans, cherry tomatoes; 32 oz. snake river farms American Wagyu top sirloin (for two) (available only medium rare); Homemade Potato topini, scampi, artichokes, oven roasted tomatoes -Tagliatelle Verdi, old fashioned beef and porcini ragu; Lumaconi, mixed seafood saffron sauce; and Baked sea bream, sliced potatoes, olives, zucchini, red onions, EVOO.225 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012; 213.221.7244

Mainland Poke Bowl Deals
Fresh fish bowls delivered straight to your door? Ummm, yeah! Get $5 (normally $10-13) Hawaiian-style raw fish bowls delivered from Mainland Poke until June 15. Choose options like the Lu’au (tuna and seaweed), Ichiban (albacore and pickled ginger), That Fire! (spicy tuna), and Soy Boy (spicy tofu) and choose bases like brown rice, kale, or baby greens. The limit is two bowls per order, until supplies last.

MiniBar Opens
This no frills, neighborhood bar is located adjacent to the 101 Coffee Shop in the Best Western Hotel. For the past 10 years, Chef Brandon Boudet and Warner Ebbink have developed some Los Angeles staples: Dominick’s, Little Dom’s and the 101 Coffee Shop, and now they are partnering with certified sommelier Jeremy Allen to venture into the cocktail scene. MiniBar is an intimate space with bar stools, low gold-dipped tables, and 70’s tunes playing through the speakers. The menu offers eight crafted, simple cocktails that are broken down by the glass they are served in. 6141 Franklin Ave., Hollywood, CA; 323.798.4939

Baltaire Offers Brunch
The classic-meets-contemporary neighborhood steakhouse that opened its doors in March, has now launched weekend brunch service. Soak up the sun on the expansive terrace, featuring a retractable roof, Eames-style chairs and plush couches, and herb and citrus trees, while indulging in Executive Chef Travis Strickland’s signature dishes and Beverage Director and Sommelier David Vaughn’s refreshing brunch cocktails. Menu items include: Eggs Benedict with English muffins made from scratch, organic eggs, and protein options like smoked salmon, pork belly, and Prime filet; Smoked Trout Quiche; Caramelized Brioche French Toast; Housemade pastries such as pistachio croissants, mixed berry scones with Devonshire cream, and blueberry streusel muffins; and Cocktails like the Baltaire Bloody Mary with Tito’s vodka and housemade Bloody Mary mix; the Bourbon Bramble with Buffalo Trace bourbon, blackberries, and lemon; and a Mezcal Sour with Ilegal mezcal, lemon, agave, and egg white. Saturday & Sunday, 10 am-3 pm; 11647 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049; 424.273.1660

Los Angeles’ culinary duo Brooke Williamson and Nick Roberts, owners of popular seaside eateries Playa Provisions, The Tripel, and Hudson House, have created a haven for culinary enthusiasts with the opening of Tripli-Kit. Set behind The Tripel, the stylish retail store offers a hand selected assortment of cookbooks, kitchenware and tabletop items that aim to meet the needs of everyone – from the novice home cook to the professional chef. Opening in tandem with the introduction of daily lunch service at The Tripel, guests can now grab a coffee or enjoy a leisurely lunch before shopping. 333 Culver Blvd., Playa Del Rey, CA

Beckley Pop Up
Get to Decades for some much needed retail therapy, DIY activities, and more. In addition to shopping Beckley’s spring collection of luxe, laid-back essentials, the pop-up also includes events! Friday, 11 am-1 pm, meet Racked LA’s senior editor (and founder of stylish mommy network Fashion Mamas LA) Natalie Alcala as she hosts an afternoon of shopping, plus enjoy feathered brow touch-ups by celeb-faved salon Striiike and fresh-pressed juice. On Saturday, 1-3 pm, indulge in treats by Sweet Rose Creamery and craft your own succulent arrangements with DIY floral bar Fleurish. Through Sunday; 8214 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046; 323.655.1960

The Springs’ Summertime Wine Series
This DTLA wellness oasis is excited to launch a brand new Summertime Wine Series. The Springs will celebrate the arrival of summer and welcome Silverlake Wine to the Arts District with a special wine and vegan food pairing (4 wine samples; family-style raw/vegan food). Featured Wines include: Johan 2014 Pet Nat of Pinot Noir Willamette Valley (first Demeter certified sparkling wine in the USA); Domaine Skouras 2013 Moscofilero Peloponnese; Masion l’Envoye 2012 Morgon Cote du Py; and Folk Machine 2014 A Simple Machine Syrah/Carignan/Grenache NoCal. $25; Sunday, 3-5 pm; 608 Mateo St., Los Angeles, CA 90021; 213.223.6226

Bar Covell and HomeState form a Brunch
The way it works, is head to Bar Covell, where you’ll call in orders and place online orders to HomeState next door. Let them know you’re drinking next door, and HomeState servers will run over your order for breakfast. It’s a limited bar service, so as for drinks expect buckets of Shiner Bock, micheladas, sangria, mimosas, and some wine. Saturdays & Sundays, 11 am-3 pm; 4628 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90027; 323.660.4400

Día de Campo‘s “Brunch and Bubbly” Champagne Social
Executive Chef Tin Vuong and Chef Ken Johnson are rolling out five dish tastings along with five corresponding champagne pairings. $30; 1238 Hermosa Ave. Hermosa Beach, CA 90254; purchase tickets through using the code DIABRUNCH25 for a $25 discount. 1238 Hermosa Ave., Hermosa Beach, CA 90254; 310.379.1829

To Live and Dine in LA
The Library Foundation of Los Angeles celebrates the untold history of restaurants and food in the City of Angels with To Live and Dine in L.A., an exciting new project spotlighting the Los Angeles Public Library’s vast menu collection. 630 W Fifth St., Los Angeles, CA; 213.228.7500

Cocktail Theatre with Molecular Mixologist Rob Floyd
Cocktail Theatre is back in Santa Monica’s 41 Ocean. Described as “The History Channel meets The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” this unique performance combines live entertainment with an educational cocktail tasting that teaches you about the history of mixology… This time, with a 1960’s, “Mad Men”-inspired twist to commemorate the recent series finale. Mixologist, Rob has helped shape the beverage program at top Los Angeles staples like The SLS Hotel, The Roosevelt Hotel, Chateau Marmont and 41 Ocean. He has been performing his Cocktail Theatre shows for the past two years, selling out in Los Angeles, New York and Las Vegas. $75 (include cocktails, food and performance); Sunday, 6 pm/doors, 7 pm/show; 1541 Ocean Ave., #150, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310.566.3870

LA Pride
The annual LGBT pride fest is a great excuse to celebrate all sexual orientations. Plus, this year they celebrate 45 years and their are performances by Tamar Braxton, Kesha, Ana Barbara, and Fifth Harmony (Sunday). Join in events like “Lavender Menace,” a celebration of women (Friday) and the pride parade (Sunday). VIP perks include access to Thunder Ground, an outdoor roller skating rink. Hit up The Abbey during your celebrations. They will have a DJ lineup all weekend and, randomly, they will have phone chargers available (as provided by Belkin), so if you are out and need a place to charge your phone, drop by The Abbey to recharge (your phone and you). Friday-Sunday;Festival: West Hollywood Park, 647 N San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood, 323.969.8302

Ayara Thai Celebrates Pride
Ayara Thai is showing their support with Rainbow Quinoa Pad Thai. $5 from every purchase of this dish will benefit the LA LGBT Center’s fight against bigotry and the struggle to build a better world in which everyone can be healthy, equal and complete members of society. Frida-Sunday; 6245 West 87th St., Westchester, CA 90045; 310.410.8848

PROVA Pizza Celebrates Pride
They will be selling personal sized pizzas on their patio all weekend for $5, and $5 wine and $4 beers inside in celebration of TLGB LA PRIDE Weekend! PROVA is right in the heart of West Hollywood, near the entrance of this weekend’s PRIDE festivities, so to join the fun they want to offer their fresh wood-oven pizzas & drinks for $5 to their neighbors and fellow PRIDE celebrators! Friday-Sunday; 8729 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069; 310.855.7285

SoulCycle Celebrates Pride
SoulCycle is hosting a bunch of themed rides all across LA to celebrate Pride. In addition to working out in a fun, rainbow-themed studio, you can score SoulCycle’s limited-edition Pride tee (it will also be available to purchase at the studio for $46, ride or not), plus temporary tattoos. Saturday, 10:45 am with MB in West Hollywood; Saturday, 1 pm with Frank in Beverly Hills; Sunday, 10:45 am with Jason in Hollywood; and Sunday, 4 pm with Frank in West Hollywood

Hello Mr. + Sam Sparro at the Ace
Head to the Ace Hotel in DTLA with Hello Mr. Magazine to celebrate pride weekend. Enjoy top-notch cocktails and a DJ set by singer-songwriter (and one of my favs) Sam Sparro. Free with RSVP; Friday, 8:30 pm; The Ace Hotel, 929 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90015

This is LA’s Biggest Pool Party SpLAsh held on the rooftop of Andaz West Hollywood. SpLAsh will be celebrating LA Pride Weekend with DJ Roland Belmares. $40; Saturday; 8401 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069

Splash House
Not to be confused with the previous, this is an all weekend party in Palm Springs. There are three Palm Springs pools, and over 70 acts. Tickets here; Saturday & Sunday, 12-6 pm; various venues

Playboy Jazz Fest
Get your picnic basket ready and get to the 37th annual Playboy Jazz Festival. MC-d by George Lopez at the Hollywood Bowl, the star-studded two-day lineup features emerging artists as well as jazz legends, including Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter and the Monk Institute of Jazz Performance Ensemble, Aloe Blacc, Tower of Power, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and more. 2301 N Highland Ave., Los Angeles, CA; 323.850.2000

Cheesemongers of Sherman Oaks Open House
Cheesemongers of Sherman Oaks is an artisan cheese shop that specializes in handcrafted, cut-to-order cheeses and cured meats, and features a collection of crackers, jams, chocolates, and other accompaniments. In addition to introducing you to a sampling of some of the shop’s most exceptional small-production cheeses, Cheesemongers’ Open House is a “meet the maker” event, with some of their favorite producers of artisanal products to sample and talk about what they do. Producers in attendance include: Art of Caramel, Bertha Mae’s Brownie Company, The Co-Ops Local Honey, Mascaro Family Foods, Newcomb’s Atomic Hot Sauce, Preservation – a pickling company, Semolina Artisanal Pasta, Tagaras (Greek products), Three Jerks Jerky, The Cellars at Jasper Hill, Columbia Cheese, Essex St. Cheese Co., and Vermont Creamery. Sunday, 11 am-2 pm; 14517 Ventura Blvd. Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 818-849-5523

Rotelli Cyclery’s Sunday Pop-up
Guys listen up! Check out Imperial Barber’s grooming items and This Is Ground’s leather goods while you sip free beer, get a haircut and munch on Pie Hole pie. Sunday, noon-4 pm; 1133 E 5th St., Los Angeles, CA; 213.621.7922; RSVP here

Coolhaus + Doritos
Who doesn’t love salty and sweet? Coolhaus sure does because they are launching white cheddar popcorn ice cream full of Doritos and a salted vanilla bean with shoestring fries. It’s like it’s own food group. 8588 Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA; 310.424.5559

UR Art Festival
Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation, Philipp Jung of M.A.N.D.Y. / Get Physical Music, and John Wander of Roam Music joined forces to form a music festival. UR Art Festival brings it all (again) with music, delicious food, innovative fashion, interactive art activities, and DJ sets by John Wander, Hunter/ Game, Dauwd, Deep Jesus, and Clovis. Sunday, 1-10 pm; Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90404

TOMS Eyewear–Look:See:Give Bootcamp Fitness
Get a free workout by Equinox fitness instructor Greg Cohen this at the Liberty Concept Space. Be one of the first 30 people to RSVP and receive a complimentary Dry Bar blow out and TOMS swag bag. Snacks and goodies provided by KINDsnacks, Juice Served Here, Aquahydrate, and Vita Coco. Come sweat and shop for a good cause; for each pair of sunglasses sold, sight is donated to someone in need. Sunday, 10:30 am-12 pm; Liberty Concept, 8366 1/2 W 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90048; RSVP!

Do the Right Thing at Hollywood Forever
Effortlessly moving from comedy to serious social commentary, Spike Lee’s masterpiece is poignant, funny, daring and relevant. Lee explores all sides of a day in the life of a Brooklyn neighborhood, the good the bad and everything in between. Great performances from an all star cast: Spike Lee, Samuel Jackson, John Turturro and the incomparable Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee.
DJ Questlove spins before and after the screening. $15; Saturday, 7:15/doors, 9 pm/movie; 6000 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

Malibu Country Mart Movies
Summer movie screenings under the stars at the Malibu Country Mark kicks off this weekend with a screening of The Karate Kid. Grab your beach blankets and some food and get ready to watch fun, family movies projected onto a giant outdoor screen. Taverna Tony’s, Mr. Chow-Malibu and Tra di Noi will also be open for to order from. Saturday; Future screenings include E.T. (June 27), Ghostbusters (July 11), 7:45 pm; 3835 Cross Creek Rd., Malibu, CA

Street Food Cinema Presents American Beauty
Chow down on Cousin’s Maine Lobster, Good Greek Grub, The Grilled Cheese Truck, LuckDish, Peaches Smokehouse, Piaggio on Wheelz, Vizzi Truck, CVT Soft Serve, Mercedes Binge, Crazy Go Nuts, Funtime Kettle Corn, Kings Road Coffee, and Main Squeeze Lemonade and then get ready to watch the film under the stars. Saturday, 5:30 pm; Syd Kronenthanl Park, 3459 McManus Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90232

Santa Monica Grand Tasting
This inaugural Westside event is bringing chefs from a ton of LA’s best restaurants on the Santa Monica Pier. Each chef will create a unique paring to show off their culinary talents. All the proceeds from the event will benefit The Chill Foundation. $100+; Saturday, 7 pm-Sunday, 10 pm; Santa Monica Pier, 200 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA 90401


Beach Bunny Swimwear
Score swimwear for $10-20, loungewear and bras for $10, and undies for $5 during the LA brand’s two-day warehouse sale. Saturday, 8 am-4 pm, Sunday 8 am-2 pm; 17742 Cowan, Irvine, CA 92614

Building Blocks, Welcome Companions, More
Get up to 60% off Welcome Companions’s playful and minimalist carryalls and accessories, Building Blocks’s luxe utility bags, Rowena Sartin’s apparel, and Waka Waka’s handmade wood furnishings during the two-day sample sale in Chinatown. Saturday, 12-7 pm, Sunday, 12-5 pm; 1727 N Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90012

Cynthia Vincent, Elizabeth & James, and More
Snag up to 90% off apparel, accessories, footwear, and jewelry from designer labels like Elizabeth & James, Balmain, Lanvin, Cynthia Vincent, Alexander McQueen, Giambattista Valli, Corey Lynn Calter, and many more during CLD Style House’s summer sample sale at the Bendix building. Home goods and yoga gear will also be in the mix. Through Sunday, 10 am-6 pm; 1206 Maple Ave. South, 11th Fl, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Hudson and Michael Stars
Get up to 75% off Michael Stars’s basics for women and men and up to 60% off Brit-bred, LA-based denim brand Hudson’s jeanswear during the two-day warehouse sale. Plus, the first 50 shoppers each day enjoy an additional 10% off. Friday, 9 am-6 pm, Saturday, 8 am-3 pm; 12955 Chadron Ave., Hawthorne, CA 90250

Jigsaw London
For the next few weeks, score 50% off store-wide during the London womenswear label’s summer sale. 1409 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403; 310.271.7988

Just One Eye
For a limited time, score up to 50% off designer labels like Proenza Schouler, The Row, Valentino, and many more during the cult-fave boutique’s end-of-season sale.7000 Romaine St., West Hollywood, CA 90038; 888.563.6858

Karen Kane
Score up to 80% off the LA contemporary designer’s spring women’s apparel during her two-day sample sale. Friday, 10:30 am-4 pm; 2275 E 37th St., Vernon, CA 90058; 323.588.0000

Get the LA denim brand’s tops and bottoms for $10-20 during the two-day sample sale. No on-site changing or strollers are allowed.Friday & Saturday, 10-6 pm; 5524 Alcoa Ave., Vernon, CA 90058

Current/Elliott, Equipment, Joie
Score up to 75% off apparel, luxe silk shirting, and denim during the trio’s warehouse sale at Siren Studios Orange. Friday & Saturday; 1050 N Orange Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90038; 323.960.9045

Lucca Couture
Snag the contemporary LA label’s tops, bottoms, dresses, accessories, and more for $5 a pop. Friday, 9:30 am-4:30 pm, Saturday, 9:30 am-3 pm; 629 E 30th St., Los Angeles, CA 90011

Snag up to 80% off the active lifestyle brand’s outerwear, tops, beanies, sunglasses, watches, and more apparel and accessories during its two-day warehouse sale. Friday, 1-5 pm, Saturday, 9 am- 3 pm; 1230 Calle Suerte, Camarillo, CA 93012

Lee +Lani, Sabre, Eskuche
Get deep discounts on Lee + Lani’s edgy swimwear, eyewear by Sabre, and retro headphones by Eskuche during the two-day sample sale in DTLA. Friday, 12-8 pm, Saturday, 12-4 pm; 719 S Los Angeles St., Los Angeles, CA 90014; RSVP:

Score up to 50% off apparel, buy-2-get-1-free deals, and past-season Causeboxes for $25 (orig. $150) during the socially-conscious, charitable e-shop’s sample sale and open house. Plus, 7% of proceeds benefit a local Make-A-Wish chapter. Saturday, 9 am-4 pm; 110 E Wilshire Ave., Fullerton, CA 92832

Hello Kitty Warehouse Sale
Sanrio superfans it’s time for the Hello Kitty’s warehouse sale. It’s all happening at Neko World USA’s Torrance HQ and you can expect to score up to 70% off jewelry, stationery, toys, plushes, accessories, and more merchandise. There will also be limited inventory of current-season products will be available at 40% off. Saturday, 9 am-5 pm, Sunday, 10 am-3 pm; 20300 S Vermont Ave., Torrance, CA 90502




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