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post #2881 of 2979
I'm looking forward to trying Cassia for the first time because I loved Spice Table.
post #2882 of 2979

I found Cassia pretty overrated for the $.  Flavors were decent though.

 

Charcoal off Washington delivered much more despite the $.

post #2883 of 2979
Went to Cassia last week. I loved the flavors.
post #2884 of 2979
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

Diddy riese! You get your money's worth.

Well I never met a cookie or ice cream I didn't like when high/drunk as fuck standing in line at DR!

Went to Cerveteca DTLA… nice joint for happy hour drinks and snacks.

Also checked out the Hauser Wirth & Schimmel gallery as well as Artbook in the "new" arts district.

Went over to Guerrilla Atelier and hung out with Carl Louisville for a bit… he's an LA fashionista icon and a purveyor of cool shit downtown.
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I found Cassia pretty overrated for the $.

Default assumption for basically any new restaurant in town
post #2885 of 2979
This weather is fucking bullshit.
post #2886 of 2979
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This weather is fucking bullshit.
+1
A buddy of mine who teaches at Occidental just posted online a screenshot of the thermometer in his office. At just after 10:00 a.m. Eagle Rock broke 104F/40C.
I'm closer to the ocean so it's not quite as bad, although still pretty damn hot. Plus, the "heat perception factor" at my house is elevated because (1) somehow the house always manages to be ten degrees warmer-- in hot weather -- than the outside, even when the A/C going; (2) having a teenager in the house constantly complaining about how hot it is make it a bit harder to just keep drinking cold beer and ignore it.
post #2887 of 2979
We don't have AC.
post #2888 of 2979
as someone who grew up in the Valley, i'm secretly glad everyone has to suffer the way we've always suffered
post #2889 of 2979
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as someone who grew up in the Valley, i'm secretly glad everyone has to suffer the way we've always suffered

Lmao. A few years ago I went to my buddy's pad in Sherman oaks and it was 117. Ended up driving to Zuma where it was like 74. Sgv is damn hot too.
post #2890 of 2979
it's 107 right now at the Mt. Washington weather station, right up the street from my house. I do have AC, thank god. I was still thinking of heading downtown the the LAPL main branch to work there but I don't think I can handle making the drive there.
post #2891 of 2979
we're off to the Huntington, where our readers' access to the library will get us free air conditioning
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we're off to the Huntington, where our readers' access to the library will get us free air conditioning

LOL, reading is for pussies.
post #2893 of 2979

Hi all - with the recent heat wave, and some skin sensitivity to the sun - I'm looking for a good hat.  Any hat purveyor recs in LA?  A quick google led me to this link:

 

http://la.racked.com/maps/los-angeles-hat-stores-2015

 

Any thoughts on Goorin?  Seems like a good selection....

post #2894 of 2979
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Originally Posted by AloysiusSF View Post
 

Hi all - with the recent heat wave, and some skin sensitivity to the sun - I'm looking for a good hat.  Any hat purveyor recs in LA?  A quick google led me to this link:

 

http://la.racked.com/maps/los-angeles-hat-stores-2015

 

Any thoughts on Goorin?  Seems like a good selection....


If you're down by the seaside, you might want to look here........

http://www.fedoraprimo.com

post #2895 of 2979
110 in Whittier. At 5:30.
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