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Things to do for August 19, 2010
Cheap Sushi, Topless Protesters and a Double Happy Hour
The weekend is remixing Kanye’s remix of Bieber.
So a bunch of galleries, shops and bars have banded together for a new monthly art crawl in Venice, and at tonight’s kickoff you can expect only the most important art. This includes ’80s Beastie Boys photos on Pacific Avenue, oddball female nudes at 409 Grand and a double happy hour (from 5 to 7pm and again from 10pm to close) at Hama Sushi.
Happy Hour Plus Half-Off Dinner
Plenty of happy hours quench your thirst, but few fill you up with a full meal. Until now. Get yourself seated between 5pm and 6pm at FIG, and your Blood Orange and Beet Margarita is half off—and so’s your plate of Short Rib and Pancetta Meatloaf, or anything else from the dinner menu. Feel free to think of it as a late lunch.
The Walk of Fame App
It happens to us all. You’ve got out-of-towners to entertain, and they’re not leaving until you show them Tom Hanks’s star on the Walk of Fame. Sigh. Make it snappy with the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce’s new iPhone app, which helps you virtually search for the location of specific stars. You came, you photographed... you left before anybody saw you.
Cheap Fish at Sushi Roku
To celebrate its 10th birthday, the most discreet of the Sushi Rokus—hidden down a brick alley in Pasadena—is docking its prices rather momentously for six days starting Sunday. Whether you’re there for a work lunch or a quick dinner before a movie at Gold Class next door, all of your food will be 40% off.
Topless Protesting at Venice Beach
You’ve always been a staunch proponent of equal rights. So for this reason and this reason alone, we wanted to inform you that on Sunday in Venice there’ll be a pack of topless women protesting for the right to take off their shirts in public. Needless to say, they could really use your support.