Things to do for March 19, 2015

The Weekender

Ice Cream Burgers, Bach and Jeni’s Silver Lake

All weekend things.

Thursday
66% Off Jared Lang
PERK ALERT

66% Off Jared Lang

Jared Lang. If the name rings a bell, it’s probably because you’re familiar with their expertly crafted button-ups and bold dress socks. If not, well, good thing you ran into us, because we currently have an exclusive 66% off Perk for their latest collection. Timing, it’s everything.

It’s an Art Gallery. And Barbershop.
THE CUTTING EDGE

It’s an Art Gallery. And Barbershop.

You’ve got the kind of hair that necessitates cutting. Sometimes multiple times a year. Well, now New York’s Frank’s Chop Shop has a Melrose location of its vintage-y barbershop and modern art gallery. And they’ve seen these kinds of situations before.

Tickets to a Deep Underground Cavern
DEEP THOUGHTS

Tickets to a Deep Underground Cavern

You’re trapped hundreds of feet below Downtown in an Indiana Jones–inspired cavern. You and some other people have an hour to crack some very difficult clues before all the oxygen runs out. That’s not really true. But still. You like to avoid fake dying.

Dazed, Confused, Live
DOG DAZED AFTERNOON

Dazed, Confused, Live

Jason Reitman and Elvis Mitchell are calling some well-known friends to stage a reading of Dazed and Confused. So if you want to see which mystery actor will attempt to internalize the essence of Slater, get there early for door tickets. Even though punctuality isn’t really the theme of the movie.

Friday
Ice Cream... and Ice Cream Burgers
CREAM TEAM

Ice Cream... and Ice Cream Burgers

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream: It opens tomorrow night in Silver Lake with flavors like curry milk chocolate. And whiskey-and-pecan. They kinda have everything. Except vanilla ice cream and ginger-honey-butter burgers on toasted brioche buns.
Pot: Has those now.

Saturday
The Subway, Now with 85% More Bach
BACH THE CASBAH

The Subway, Now with 85% More Bach

You know how everybody’s life in the movies gets a classical soundtrack? Saturday will be like that. Because classical musicians are performing the music of Bach in unexpected places at different subway stations around the city. Art of Fugue. Play The Art of Fugue.

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