Thursday, April 17 2014

To Shop: Pop-Up Shops and Markets 

hoto via RackedLA

Who: LOV Project's one-day pop-up shop featuring designers like Kain label, Naven, Bell Kazan, 94t, Proper Blend, and many more!
When: Saturday from 11AM to 5PM
Where: The Daily Dose café, located at 1820 Industrial St. #104, Los Angeles, CA 90021
What: Score up to 75% off 12 LA brands while grabbing a bite to eat or fresh roasted coffee!

Photo via Eastside Handmade

Who: Eastside Handmade Market hosted by SHOPCLASS
When: Saturday from 11AM to 4PM
Where: 5215 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90042
What: This outdoor market features more than 40 artists and designers selling jewelry, bags, textiles, home goods, pottery, stationery, accessories, clothing and more. It also requires that all vendors sell handmade wares made by local LA-based artists so you'll be supporting a great cause!

To Watch: Bugs Bunny Cartoons 

Photo via American Cinematheque

With Easter Sunday right around the corner, it's time to pull out those classic Bugs Bunny cartoons to get you in the spirit. The Aero Theatre in Santa Monica will be putting on a family friendly event starting at 3:30pm with back-to-back airings of Bugs Bunny cartoons and an egg hunt for the children.

For more information visit their website.

To Listen: West Coast by Lana Del Rey 

Thanks to Lana Del Rey for making our week so much better by releasing her new single West Coast. Not only does this get excited for weekend two of Coachella, but it gets us excited for the warmer weather to come. This song is for sure going to be blasting from our iPods all summer long.

To Do: The Bunny Museum

Photo via Time Out LA

Looking for something to do after you fill up on candy this Sunday? Look no farther then the Bunny Museum in Pasadena. Time Out LA says: "With over 30,000 rabbits in the house (including one giant topiary, two freeze-dried past pets, three living breathing bunnies and countless stuffed animals, figurines and collectibles), the museum is an extreme homage to everything bun-related." If that doesn't convince you to check it out then head over over to their homepage to see how well they've ranked amongst other museums country-wide.