Things to do for March 08, 2017

This Place Has Everything. Even an Ocean.

But Don’t Leave Your Private Palm Springs Villa Just Sitting There

By Hadley Tomicki

Wednesday
Got Your New York Sneaker Connection Right Here
SNEAK ATTACK

Got Your New York Sneaker Connection Right Here

New York’s Kith is currently in full pop-up mode at Maxfield on Melrose. With that comes its well-regarded collection of sneakers, bombers and tees, with a sundry mixture of exclusive stuff coming through the doors. Hey, wait, you’re a human person who wears clothing. Maybe check it out.

Through Apr 1, Kith at Maxfield, 8825 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, 310-274-8800

Thursday
This Place Has Everything. Even an Ocean.
ABSOLUTE TOWER

This Place Has Everything. Even an Ocean.

Vast balcony. Gleaming the Cube cocktails. House-smoked pastrami sandwiches from Birch’s Brendan Collins. Stand-up Street Fighter. This is Tower 12, a raucous new Hermosa Beach epicenter of beer, good food and the occasional 90-ounce drink. Actually, these are just words about Tower 12. The real thing’s more impressive.

Opens Mar 9, Tower 12, 53 Pier Ave, Hermosa Beach, 310-379-6400

Friday
It’s a Mirage. Nope, It’s Your New Private Palm Springs Villa.
REMAIN PALM

It’s a Mirage. Nope, It’s Your New Private Palm Springs Villa.

Eighteen private abodes beneath the San Jacinto Mountains await you at Palm Springs’ La Serena Villas. Each with a patio, tub and fire pit for those times not spent in the pool, spa or rooftop lounge. It’s perfect for a weekend date. Or a wacky sitcom scenario involving you and 18 dates.

Where the Margarita Bikes Are
BUK TOWN

Where the Margarita Bikes Are

You told tales of a margarita bike. Friends became intrigued. So you’ll lead them to Abbot Kinney’s Timbuk2, which will be celebrating a new street artist collaboration over Fort Point beer, tunes, signed prints, tough bags and a bike that blends margaritas when you pedal it. You always deliver.

Mar 10, 6-9pm, no cover, Timbuk2, 1410 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, 424-268-5550, RSVP here

Saturday
Oh, Just Three Acres of Immersive Art
SMELLS LIKE FOURTEEN SPIRIT

Oh, Just Three Acres of Immersive Art

Look what these people made. It’s The 14th Factory, a super-immersive, hyper-sensory, 16-artist, multimedia labyrinth covering three acres with video, photography, design, painting, sculpture and performance. And all you did was trace your hand.

Hadley Tomicki lives in Los Angeles. He is probably going nowhere on the 10 Freeway this very second.

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