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Mean Girls at Hollywood Forever
Starring Lindsay Lohan and written by Tina Fey, Mean Girls is now a comedy classic. Kay, the new girl at school, is a big hit with the popular girls until she falls in love with the wrong boy. When the mean girls come after her, only her wits will keep her one step ahead. Also starring Lizzy Kaplan as her goth girl ally, with misfit adults Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. Wicked, hilarious fun. $12+; Saturday, doors: 7:15 om, movie: 9 pm; Hollywood Forever, 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Last Remaining Seats
Each summer, the Los Angeles Conservancy presents this classic-film series. This year, to mark the event’s 30th season, all screenings will take place in Broadway’s iconic movie palaces in DTLA. Highlights include Top Gun at the Los Angeles Theatre and Singin’ in the Rain at the Theatre at Ace Hotel. Don’t miss special backstage tours, panel discussions and post-show film trivia at Clifton’s Cafeteria. $22; Saturday (and June 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25); 213.623.2489

LA Greek Film Festival
The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival showcases new films from Greek filmmakers worldwide. Find premieres, features and short films that have received recognition in global festivals like Cannes, Venice and Sundance film festivals. Opening night feature is Mythopathy, a bitter-sweet coming-of-age comedy set during the ’70s in Greece. The closing night gala has Worlds Apart, a story made of three separate narratives each following a love story between a foreigner and a Greek. Through Sunday

Dog Film Festival
This festival combines LA’s love for film with their love for their four-legged friends. On Saturday, enjoy a rooftop Afternoon Tea Pooch Party. The film festival on Sunday has two 1.5-hour programs of short films. Bring your own dogs at no extra cost! Tea party: $75; each film-festival program: $20; Tea party: VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital, 1900 S. Sepulveda Blvd., L.A. Film festival: Crest Westwood, 1262 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

NHM First Fridays Gets Fresh Air
The final live music and discussion event of the 2016 season is this weekend! HEALTH, YACHT, and KAUF will perform on outdoor stage in the Nature Gardens with DJs Aaron Byrd, Shiva, and Valida. Listen to a discussion dissecting zombie science in film at 6:30 pm because movies rely on science to tell their stories, and when science is turned into fiction, NHM is called on to lend an expert hand. Go backstage and shine a light on the bizarre props and rare specimens that inspire Hollywood blockbusters. Listen in as curators and researchers share jaw-dropping stories about the specimens and artifacts that fill the Museum’s behind-the-scenes collections and inspire the imagination. Join in a behind-the-scenes-tour that runs 5-6 pm with Beth Werling, Collections Manager of the History Department. $20; Friday, 5-11 pm

Monkey Town LA
Enjoy performances from artists, musicians and dancers in a unique dining experience. The Monkey Town dinner, cinema and performance series arrives in DTLA and is for just 40 guests sitting inside a giant, 27-foot cube, watching a video program from artists like Takeshi Murata, Shana Moulton and Sarah Rara, with a live performance that changes weekly. Chef Montgomery Knott’s menu will be served in four or five courses throughout the two-hour program and paired with a selection of wines. Dishes include raw hamachi with kohlrabi, dashi and thai basil as well as cavatelli with chicken confit, cauliflower and hazelnut. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options are available. $50/Tuesday (four-course meal), $65/Wednesday (five-course meal), $80/Thursday-Sunday (five-course meal); Through October 1st, Seatings: 6:30 pm and 9 pm; 111 West 21st St, Los Angeles, CA

L.A. LIVE Presents Dark Nights
DTLA’s staple summer series for eats, drinks and craft vendors is back at L.A. Live. Ring in their first of 2016 with bites and drinks from $5 menus at Katsuya, Rock ‘N Fish, Wolfgang Puck, Rosa Mexicano, and more. Friday, 6 pm; L.A. Live, 800 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Barnsdall Park’s Friday Night Wine Tasting Fundraiser
With stunning views overlooking the City, Barnsdall Park welcome you to sip wine, picnic and watch the sunset for another season of wine tasting at the iconic cultural destination. Marking its 8th season, the renowned Barnsdall Friday Night Wine Tastings—the Foundation’s signature fundraising event—returns to the hill through September 2nd. While families of all ages are invited to enjoy the Park, picnic, dance, and participate in craft-making, due to legal regulations, only those ages 21+ will be allowed inside the fence for the wine tasting portion. Music will be presented by KCRW’s DJ Dan Wilcox and ongoing partner, Silverlake Wine, who will curate their fine selections of boutique artisanal wines. Local gourmet cheese shop, Say Cheese, is also sponsoring the event and there will be a number of specialty food trucks on hand from tacos to ice-cream! This year, Lyft is partnering with the Park to provide discounted rides to Barnsdall.There will be a brand-new merchandise table with Barnsdall-centric swag available for purchase, including branded wine-tasting Tees, signature wine glasses, Barnsdall picnic blankets as well as savory and sweet snacks. $30/tasting, $42/tasting & tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s UNESCO-nominated Hollyhock House; 4800 Hollywood Blvd, West lawn, Los Angeles, CA 90027

Cut by Wolfgang Puck Celebrates 10 Years with a Guest Chef Dinner that Gives Back
This June, Chef Wolfgang Puck celebrates 10 years of his first steak restaurant, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, located in the Beverly Wilshire, a Four Seasons Hotel. Wolfgang, executive chef/partner Lee Hefter and head chef Ari Rosenson wanted to celebrate this milestone by not only giving back to the community in which they got their start, but also commemorate members of the hospitality industry who continue to make an impact on the local and national culinary scene. The team will welcome a talented group of chefs into the CUT kitchen for a collaborative, one-night-only five course dinner. In addition to Wolfgang and chef Rosenson, the lineup of chefs cooking that evening include: The LocoL Watts team with Daniel Patterson (partner in LocoL, Alta Ca, Aster, Coi, PB, Haven), Evan Funke (of the soon-to-debut Felix), David LeFevre (M.B. Post, Fishing with Dynamite, The Arthur J) and Della Gossett, executive pastry chef of Spago Beverly Hills. Ticket sales will benefit Chefs to End Hunger which collects salvageable prepared foods from restaurants, hotels and other food-service operations and delivers them to food banks across the city; as well as the Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition (GWHFC), a mobile meal center stationed at the corner of Sycamore and Romaine, which feeds over 150 homeless and hungry people daily. The evening will also feature a silent auction benefiting both organizations. $145 (wine pairing from CUT’s Beverage Director Noel Doty is additional); Friday; 9500 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; 310.276.8500 (credit card number is required when booking).

Los Angeles’ Taste of the Nation for No Kid Hungry
Los Angeles’ Taste of the Nation for No Kid Hungry returns to Media Park in Culver City. The annual tasting event will feature the city’s top chefs, sommeliers and mixologists united for a cause: to benefit No Kid Hungry’s work to end childhood hunger in America. Led by Chef Chair Bruce Kalman (Union, Knead & Co.), celebrated culinary tastemakers will provide scrumptious bite-size fare, craft cocktails, and desserts. Additional celebrated chefs participating at this year’s festival include: Jenn Louis, Chris Oh, and Brooke Williamson. Local beneficiaries include: Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, California Food Policy Advocates, Westside Food Bank, and NKH Los Angeles. Los Angeles restaurants participating include Amara Kitchen, APL Kitchen, Badmaash, Bellwether, Birch, Bombo, Border Grill, Charcoal, Chicken Itza, Corazon Y Miel, Ditmas Kitchen, Dog Haus, Eagle Rock Brewery, Egg Slut / Ramen Champ, Estrella, Faith & Flower, Guerilla Tacos, Hanjip, Hudson House / Playa Provisions / The Tripel, iPic, Jenn Louis Project, Little Beast, La Tostaderia, Madcapra, Maple Block Meat Co., Mud Hen, Plan Check, Ramen Hood, Sambar, Salt & Straw, Superba Food + Bread, Terrine, The Cannibal Beer & Butcher, Union / Knead & Co., Upper West, Valerie Confections, Viviane, and Wexler’s Deli. $110, $160/VIP tickets (early entrance at 12:30 pm); Sunday, 1-4 pm

ERSL is the culinary offshoot of Bono’s (RED), a non-profit organization created 10 years ago to engage businesses and people in the fight against AIDS. Recognizing the power of the culinary industry, organizers created the month-long EAT (RED) SAVE LIVES campaign in 2013 as a way to unite the culinary community, provide yet another fun way for consumers to give back and ultimately raise money for The Global Fund. The kick-off dinner takes place in New York and immediately following, The (RED) Supper Series hits Los Angeles. Join in (RED)-themed events and specials at restaurants, bars, and food trucks. Friday: Abbot Kinney’s First Friday Food Truck Rally. Feast from Chanchos Tacos, CJ’s Wing Truck, Peaches Truck, Recess Ice Cream, The Funky Chef Café, The Pudding Truck, VChos Truck, and Zema Food Truck. They all will be creating (RED)-inspired dishes and drinks. On Saturday at 6:30 pm, Chef Timothy Hollingsworth will host a chefs table, family style dinner at Otium. Only 12 guests can attend! On Sunday, Café Pinot, Kendalls Brasserie, Ray’s & Stark Bar will be serving up Patina Restaurant Group’s mixologist, Evan Charest’s (RED) cocktail called (RED) Vermelho Smash. Events continue through June 28th.

Harold Robinson Foundation Hosts 6th Annual “Pedal on the Pier” Fundraiser
Head to the historic Santa Monica Pier for this energetic outdoor cycling event that features more than 100 teams pledging to raise a minimum of $2,500 each while pedaling on stationary bikes. The teams are raising money for Los Angeles’ inner-city kids and families by providing them with the social, physical, intellectual, and emotional impact of a year-round, life-changing camp program. Pedal on the Pier’s 5-hour/100-mile spin-a-thon features teams riding on SC3 indoor cycling bikes provided by Stages Cycling, live musical performances, DJs, celebrity guests, athletes, food and drinks from local restaurants, influential brands and more. The Harold Robinson Foundation is a nonprofit that provides unity and community through the organization’s flagship program, Camp Ubuntu. The Harold Robinson Foundation provides the funding to send Los Angeles’s underserved children to camp, in a safe and nurturing environment, far away from the stress that most of them face on a daily basis. You are encouraged to utilize the new Metro Line and Exit 4th Street, or use one of the many Breeze Bikes located around Santa Monica. Parking is available in the 1550 lot of the Santa Monica Pier, or in the Civic Center lot on 4th Street at the corner of Olympic. Sign up and donate here. Sunday, 11 am – 4 pm; Santa Monica Pier

The London West Hollywood Debuts Boxwood
The summer culinary concept, Boxwood on the Roof, focuses on sharable and social dining experiences, paired with innovative mixology and a seasonal menu, while taking in sweeping city views of Los Angeles from the rooftop. Executive Chef Anthony Keene has created a menu with dishes like King Salmon Nicoise; Charcoal Grilled Skirt Steak with red quinoa and avocado; Tagkiatelle Pasta with short rib and wild mushrooms; Black Angus Filet Mignon with smoked béarnaise; Dungeness Crab Toast with green papaya; Sticky Lamb Ribs with tikka marsala; a fresh Crudo menu and many more. The dinner menu will feature a new Robata option featuring freshly grilled meats and fish that will change throughout summer, highlighting items such as Miso Bass, Salmon Pesto, Wagyu Beef and a Vegetarian Japanese Eggplant. They are also serving up Sunday brunch with dishes like Avocado Toast; Granola French Toast a la “Peach Melba” with vanilla bean ice cream; Huevos Rachero Jar’s with layers of spanish chorizo and avocado; Duck Hash with poached egg; Lobster Benedict with artichoke, Hollandaise and freshly baked English Muffins, and much more. Their weekly programming includes Industry night on Mondays: 30% off food and drink; Rose specials all day on Tuesday: tag them on Facebook & Instagram with #roseallday @thelondonweho to receive a complimentary glass; Lifestyle Liason and resident DJ Lindsay Love spins each Wednesday, 5-8 pm; and Friday has Friday Night Lite Bites menu and games on the roof! 1020 N San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA

Beer Garden at Greenleaf Gourmet Chopshop
Abbot Kinney newcomer is debuting their summer beer garden today, as part of the First Friday celebration on Abbot Kinney. They’ve partnered up with Golden Road for a special Greenleaf IPA for the event. Beers and burgers are $5. Friday, 6-10 pm; 1239 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291

L.A. Crawl
Take advantage of the Expo Line and head to this pub crawl from DTLA to Culver City to Santa Monica. The event takes place during neighborhood block party Shopwalk DTLA and Santa Monica’s first open-streets festival. Presented by the Tri-City Alliance, the crawl will see a portion of proceeds benefit the L.A. homeless population. $22; $30/VIP; Sunday, noon-7 pm

Grande Marque Champagne Event
The 24th edition of this unique event at Le Merigot Beach Hotel will include nearly 100 Champagnes and sparkling wines, including Dom Pèrignon, Krug, Salon and Cristal, alongside signature dishes offered from nearly 20 leading restaurants. Café del Rey returns with its raw bar, complete with oysters, and for the 24th year in a row, a Celestino Drago restaurant – Drago Centro – will attend. Also set to participate this year: Baldoria, Cézanne at Le Merigot, Knuckle & Claw, La Vecchia, Locanda del Lago, Maru, Mélisse, Michael’s, Pastina, Red O, Sam’s by the Beach, The Tea Room and Wally’s Beverly Hills. Proceeds raised for the event will benefit the UCLA Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation and Food on Foot. $225; Sunday, 5-8 pm; 1740 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne Brunch at The Belvedere
The Peninsula Beverly Hills invites you to indulge in brunch with a twist as The Belvedere debuts a new seafood-centric concept. The lavish offering will be served buffet-style and include a vast array of brunch specialties alongside a large selection of sustainably caught seafood, sourced from local fishermen and purveyors. The seasonal spread, courtesy of Executive Chef David Codney, will feature a number of “action” stations where items like Yukon Gold and Tarragon Waffle Topped with Lobster and Béarnaise will be made to order. Additional menu highlights include: freshly shucked oysters on the half shell, Lump crab salad on Brioche, hand-carved stuffed and roasted leg of lamb, and The Belvedere’s Signature charred Caesar salad. A dessert bar will showcase a selection of confections from Pastry Chef Stephanie Boswell, such as Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake, Peach Profiteroles and Baked French Toast. The Belvedere has partnered exclusively with one of the most respected Champagne houses in the world, Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte, to offer endless bubbly throughout brunch. In celebration of Nicolas Feuillatte’s 40th anniversary and The Peninsula Beverly Hills’ 25th anniversary, a Nicolas Feuillatte NV split (187ml) is included for guests booking free-flow Champagne to take home. $85 ($25/Free Flowing Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne); Sunday, 11 am-2 pm; 9882 S Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; 310.975.2736 or

The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Los Angeles Rooftop Yoga
For the first time ever, The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Los Angeles hosts the city’s highest yoga class taking place on the hotel’s helipad. Part of the summer Wellness Retreat, the sky-high experience begins 653 ft. above ground on the 55th floor of the luxurious DTLA hotel. You will have unobstructed views, ranging from the Griffith Observatory and Hollywood sign to the Pacific Ocean, whether in downward dog or tree pose. Leading the rooftop yoga is ERYT 500 Yoga Alliance certified teacher Rachel Jackson. The breath-taking experience continues with meditation and relaxation in the spa’s zen sanctuary, followed by a 50-minute spa treatment of choice, fresh-pressed juice and spa cuisine lunch to complete an over the top afternoon. Space is limited to only 10 guests! $295; Sunday, 10 am-4 pm; 213.743.8800

Kayak the LA River
In 2011 the Los Angeles Conservation Corps (the Corps) formed the Paddle the LA River pilot program and they are once again offering guided trips for the 2016 summer season. The trips will take place down a 1.5-mile natural bottom stretch of the Los Angeles River in the San Fernando Valley within the Sepulveda Basin. Each tour is led by guides from the LA Conservation Corps and will include a boating clinic. All boating and safety equipment are provided as part of the fee paid by attendees. $30; Saturday-September 17 (Fridays and Saturdays: Fridays are reserved for schools and youth programs, and Saturdays are available to the public to purchase tickets)

Soul and Lunch
This weekend, SoulCycle Culver City is teaming up with Picnic LA for a special “Soul and Lunch” following their 11:15 a.m. class. Picnic LA is a healthy fast-casual concept known for its rotating dynamic, seasonal menu, inspired by the local produce available within California. Picnic LA takes the same approach to sourcing food as fine dining restaurants, and was designed to provide the same high caliber food, in a more casual, convenient setting. Picnic LA will be providing healthy, grab-and-go lunches for SoulCycle attendees to enjoy on the patio or take along with them. Saturday, 12 pm; 8820 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

Stones Throw by the Pool
Memorial Day may be over, but that doesn’t mean the pool parties are going anywhere. It means summer is here! This weekly party at The Line Hotel has some great tunes. It’s put on by Stones Throw Records with a roster that names J Dilla, Peanut Butter Wolf and Mad Villian. Saturday, 1 – 6 pm; The Line Hotel, 3515 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010

Shade Hotel Launches Summer Pool Party Series
The hot days of summer in Manhattan Beach are about to get much cooler. Shade Hotel, the beach town’s luxury boutique hotel, announced the launch of its Summer Pool Parties on its rooftop Skydeck, which offers stunning views of the Manhattan Beach skyline and the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy hand crafted cocktails; menu specials created by  Executive Chef Ashley Oates of zinc@shade, the hotel’s contemporary lounge and restaurant and DJ’s uplifting tunes. Free; Sunday (also July 3 and August 7), 1 pm-dusk; 1221 N Valley Dr, Manhattan Beach, CA; 310.469.3466

KCRW Summer Nights in the One Colorado Courtyard
KCRW presents the 7th season of its signature event series, Summer Nights, which brings dozens of free, all-ages, outdoor shows to communities throughout the Greater Los Angeles Area and beyond. The series launches with a live performance by New York duo SOFI TUKKER and a DJ set from KCRW’s Valida in the courtyard. SOFI TUKKER’s weirdly wonderful pop single “Drinkee” has been a favorite on KCRW for many months, and the duo recently finished their debut EP titled, Soft Animals. Their unique sound blends global sounds with modern technology. DJ Valida opens the show, and closes out the night with a DJ set. Saturday, 7:30 pm (and Saturday, June 11); 41 Hugus Alley, Pasadena, CA 91103; 626.564.1066

Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week
Celebrates ten years of diverse dining and travel landscape found in the Coachella Valley. The restaurant week provides a unique opportunity to “Eat. Stay. Play.” with exclusive deals at area restaurants; specialty rates, packages, and perks at luxury hotels and resorts; and discounted tickets to popular area attractions. During restaurant week, prix fixe dinner menus are available for $28, $38 or $48 per person at over 90 restaurants. New participants include: Bontá Restaurant & Bar, Cathedral City; Chi Chi at The Avalon Hotel, Palm Springs; Koutouki Greek Estiatorio, Palm Desert; PS Underground “Velvet” Supper Club, Palm Springs; Reservoir at Arrive Hotel, Palm Springs; and SO•PA Restaurant at L’Horizon Hotel and Spa, Palm Springs. Newcomers join returning favorites such as Copley’s on Palm Canyon, Johannes, Kaiser Grille, Melvyn’s Restaurant & Lounge, Mr. Lyons, Rockwood Grill at JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa, and Vicky’s of Santa Fe. Participating hotels offer perks, including specialty room rates, upgraded in-room amenities, and more. Local attractions—from spas to Desert Adventures-Red Jeep Tours—feature special rates and premiums available exclusively during Restaurant Week. New highlights include $5 craft beer tasting from La Quinta Brewing Co. and a specially-priced treatment from the natural, hot mineral Spa at The Spring. A full list of restaurant, hotel, and attraction participants is available here.

Vacation in Ojai
Nestled in a picturesque valley, surrounded by scenic hills and aromatic orchards, Ojai, California is a beautiful small town full of charm and creativity. The secluded hideaway is just 75 miles north of Los Angeles and the downtown is filled with boutiques, wine tasting rooms, art galleries and cafes. Ojai also offers the opportunities to horseback ride, mountain bike, hike, play tennis or golf. This summer, visit the Ojai Valley for a vacation getaway. Summer Packages include Ojai Summer Relaxation Special at Emerald Iguana Inn and Blue Iguana Inn. Book a consecutive three night, mid-week stay and receive two 60-minute, in-room massage treatments for the price of one (through September 22, valid Sunday – Thursday night stays, 805.646.5277). The Lavender Inn is giving $20 off your room Sunday – Thursday, book a cooking class and receive 10% off any Sunday stay, and book a private wedding and stay at the Provence Cottage (includes wedding coordinator and more, weekday elopements receive $30 off. During June only, book a lavender aromatherapy massage and get $15 off. Mention ‘Lavender Month’ and receive $10 off your weekday room, an organic breakfast, nightly tapas, Lavender Lemonade, and wine in the lobby as well as complimentary access to the Ojai Valley Athletic Club (though August 3, 805.646.6635). Summer Lodging Packages at Ojai Valley Inn & Spa include the Summer Family Fun Package includes breakfast for two adults and two children at The Oak, s’mores roasting, kid’s burlap backpack, including Camp Oak t-shirt, hat, and outdoor toys. (Code: SUMFAM, through September 4, 800.422.6524). Their Summer Midweek Escape includes a $50 nightly resort credit, two spa day passes, and complimentary room upgrade at time of booking (Code: SUMREP, through September 4, 800.422.6524). The Ojai Retreat’s Summer Special includes 20% discount for 3 – 5 night stays during the week, 20% off at Ranch House Restaurant (July 1 – September 5, 805.646.2536). The Oaks at Ojai is offering teachers with a show school ID, 25% off their stay; the Five-Night Stress Break includes any five consecutive nights, calorie conscious meals, day and evening programs, $85 spa treatment credit, plus a second treatment at 50% off (July 24 – August 14, 800.753.6257). Both, Casa Ojai Inn or Su Nido Inn are offering, stay two nights and get one night free at (June 20 – September 21, valid only with a check-in dates from Sunday – Thursday).

Reggae Sunday Brunch at Azu Restaurant
Enjoy live acoustic reggae and bottomless mimosas with menu highlights such as Sweet Potato Waffle, Blueberry Lemon Pancakes, Croquette Eggs Benedict, and more on the newly renovated back patio. Saturday & Sundays from 8:30 am – 3 pm; live music on Sundays from 2 – 6 pm; 457 E Ojai Ave, Ojai, CA 93023; 805.640.7987

Speakeasy Summer Nights at Azu Restaurant
If dinner is more your thing, you are invited to soak in live acoustic jazz while sipping prohibition era cocktails and farm to table cuisine. Saturdays from 7:30 – 10:30 pm; 457 E Ojai Ave, Ojai, CA 93023; 805.640.7987

Colectivo Felix Latin American Brunch at Tipple & Ramble
Menu selections include fainà porteño (garbanzo bean pancake); huevos gauchesco (grilled skirt steak); and dulce de leche gelato. You can also purchase local wines and beers from Tipple & Ramble by the glass or bottle. $40/person (advance purchase) or $45/person (at the door); Sunday, 10 am and 12 pm; 315 N Montgomery St, Ojai, CA 93023; 805.319.9496; Reservations: email

Ojai Wine Tasting
Explore local wineries and visit tasting rooms for exclusive sips from: Topa Mountain Winery (daily, 12 – 7 pm, 805-640-1190); Majestic Oak Vineyard (Sunday – Thursday, 12 – 6 pm,Friday & Saturday, 12 – 8 pm, 805.217.3493); Casa Barranca (Sunday – Thursday, 12 – 6 pm, Friday & Saturday, 12 – 7 pm, 805.640.1255); Ojai Vineyard (Sunday – Thursday, 12 – 6 pm, Friday & Saturday, 12 – 8 pm, 805.798.3947); Boccali Vinyards & Winery (Saturday – Sunday, 11 am – 4 pm, tasting fee: $10, 805.669.8688).

National Donut Day with Donut Farm
Head to Silver Lake and grab a free cup of coffee to the first 30 customers (with purchase) in honor of National Donut Day. Donut Farm brews organic, fair trade McLaughlin Coffee from the Bay Area. Donut Farm, a 100% vegan organic donut shop and coffee bar, offers classic favorites and seasonal flavors that rotate with local farmers market produce. Their donuts have unique flavors include Salted Caramel, Lavender Earl Grey, Matcha Green Tea, Roasted Red Chili, WTF (Whiskey, Tangerine, Fig), and Mexican Hot Chocolate. Donut Farm also offers several fritters and a raised glaze donut, both made with Donut Farm’s grown in-house yeast. Donut Farm also serves drip and pour over coffee, cold brew, espresso, lattes, Matcha lattes and an assortment of iced teas and lemonades. Friday; 2609 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026; 213.788.7549

Dunkin’ Donuts Celebrats National Donut Day
Dunkin’ Donuts is ringing in the day by offering SoCal residents a free donut of your choice (while supplies last) with the purchase of any beverage. Display your love of donuts with special brand Snapchat filters available all day in or around all Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants. National Donut Day was originally established in 1938 by the Chicago Salvation Army to honor women who served donuts to soldiers during World War I. The holiday is traditionally celebrated on the first Friday of June. Dunkin’ Donuts has been serving guests signature donuts for 66 years. As the #1 retailer of donuts in America, the company sells 2.8 billion donuts and MUNCHKINS® donut hole treats annually worldwide. Excludes Croissant Donuts and Cheesecake Squares. Friday; Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants throughout SoCal.


Beyond Yoga
Score the LA-made activewear label’s sports bras, leggings, workout tops, and outerwear for up to 85% off. Sizes XXS- XXL will be available and there’ll be food trucks on site, too. Friday, 12-5 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 9 am-5 pm; 10401 Jefferson Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

Clare V.
Get the LA designer’s cool foldover clutches, crossbodies, and more carryalls for 50% off or more during the two-day sample sale at her Atwater Village studio. Saturday, 11 am-5 pm, Sunday, 9 am-3 pm; 3249 Casitas Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90039

Elyse Walker
Enjoy 50% off select clothing, footwear, bags, and accessories during the designer boutique’s ongoing end-of-season blowout. Sale items will be marked down to 60% off starting June 16th, and 70% off June 30th. 15306 Antioch St, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

Feel the Piece and Tyler Jacobs
Get the edgy-cool basics brands’s tanks and knit tops for $10, woven tops and dresses for $15, and sweaters and cashmere for $25 during the two-day sample sale. The entrance is on Margo Street through the black gate. Friday, 12-6 pm, Saturday, 10 am-2 pm; 318 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Hotel Surplus Outlet
The hotel outlet’s clearance sale’s promises furniture, lighting, art, mirrors, and TVs from stylish staycation spots like the L’Ermitage, Ritz Carlton, Beverly Hills Hotel, and more at majorly reduced price tags. Friday, 9 am-5 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 10 am-5 pm; 16625 Saticoy St, Van Nuys, CA 91406

The Well
Score 10% off your purchase in addition to 20-50% off sale items, including labels like Henrik Vibskov, Chapter, Minimale Animale, Alice McCall, and more during the edgy boutique’s ongoing Memorial Day sale. Through Saturday; 1006 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90015; 213.550.4448

Take 25% off storewide, including menswear labels like Alex Mil, Officine Generale, Outerknown, CWST, Helmut Lang, Relwen, and more. It’s happening at all three of the men’s shops locations: West Third Street, DTLA, and its Concept 8366 & 1/2 pop-up (pictured). Through Sunday; 8236 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048; 323.782.9791




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