This is a waterproof camera that’s small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and records at HD resolution. What you’ll do with it is water-ski, snowboard, sit in hot tubs and other things you want to watch yourself do again in HD.
Things to do for October 12, 2016
Trejo’s Goes Full Restaurant in Hollywood
To Say Nothing of the Secret Club Serving You DinnerBy Hadley Tomicki
Weekend was a merry old soul and a merry old soul was weekend.
Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice...
A degenerate ghoul threatening the lives of mild-mannered Americans. No, it’s not another presidential debate. It’s Beetlejuice, and it’s showing tonight at Horse Thief BBQ, which will screen Halloween films every Wednesday on its Downtown patio. So, a lot less scary.
More Shake Shack. More Danny Trejo.
Shake Shack is now open in Hollywood for anybody who enjoys burgers and Rucker’s Pie–collaborative custards on huge Walk of Fame patios. And close by, Danny Trejo now has Trejo’s Cantina, a bulked-up version of his taco spot. Hope they’ll be friends.
The Haunted Hayride: Now with More Secret Society
Griffith Park’s Haunted Hayride is back. Just different. Now, there’s a Secret Society offering you two distinct paths to explore. And you’ll be required to leave your carriage to get inducted amid a maelstrom of horrors. Hay can’t protect you now.
Beer: From Sea to Shining Downtown
Saturday: You’re at Santa Monica Brew Works’ new tasting room, sharing IPAs, XPAs and
other drinkable abbreviations.
Sunday: You’re testing ales from seven Downtown brewers, like Dry River and Boomtown, at Angel City.
Monday: You’re refusing to publicly pick sides in any nascent West Side/Downtown brewing beef.
A Not-Secret Sunday Dinner Series at a Secretive Club
The once covert club and restaurant known as No Name Fairfax will let you in now for dinner. And this Sunday, chef Jared Simons kicks off a monthly plant-based series, featuring dishes like smoked carrot tartare and Southern fried mushrooms. Still, it shall remain nameless.