The history of jewelry just got longer.

In Phillip's Blog by The Odd One

The history of jewelry just got longer. In what is quite an amazing discovery, scientists have confirmed that a bracelet found in Siberia is 40,000 years old. This makes it the oldest piece of jewelry ever discovered, and archeologists have been taken aback by the level of its sophistication. View Original Post

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Making some last minute adjustments to LaserPod…

In Phillip's Blog by Violet Maven

Making some last minute adjustments to LaserPod for the Venice Art Crawl tonight at 6pm! We are really excited to do some live demonstrations on wood and metal for you. Swing by and check out the amazing artists that will be all over Venice Beach and the surrounding areas! @veniceartcrawl @venice_sunsets @venice.skatepark @latimes #venicebeach #venice #veniceart #losangeles #artwalk #artwalks #dtla …

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The Bloc Today 11-4 with Naked Juice

In Uncategorized by The Odd One

Today is the day. We kick off an intimate Odd Market with some local makers, food trucks and music in the Plaza of The Bloc. Naked Juice will be giving away Free Samples on the street level of 7th between Flower and Hope.

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This Wednesday at The Bloc 11-4

In Uncategorized by The Odd One

Market on the Square is now Odd Market at The Bloc! Check out these fancy new tents that are now going to be placed each week to really take it up a notch. You can’t miss us! Hope to see some support for this up and coming little gem of a market. The Bloc is located at 700 South Flower. …

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Here’s how to spend a perfect day in Venice

In All Vendors, Food Trucks, Phillip's Blog, Uncategorized, Vendors by Phillip Dane

There are many ways to explore Venice, but there’s only one perfect way to spend a day in the beachfront neighborhood. We’ve put together an itinerary for your perfect day in Venice. Morning Start your day on the up-and-coming Rose Avenue with a sweet pastry from Gjusta, the ever-popular bakery that’s made an art of folding fresh slices of fruit …

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There’s a pop-up beer garden coming to Griffith Park this summer

In All Vendors, Food Trucks, Phillip's Blog, Uncategorized, Vendors by Phillip Dane

Griffith Park is pretty much perfect the way it is—save for traffic—but the addition of a pint-sized summertime beer garden sure doesn’t hurt. The Griffith Park Beer Garden is popping up on the patio of the golf course adjacent Roosevelt Cafe this summer. The dive-y diner will pour out flights of four 6oz local beers on Saturdays paired with a …

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An updated look at some pretty awesome renderings for L.A.’s 2024 Olympic bid

In All Vendors, Food Trucks, Phillip's Blog, Uncategorized, Vendors by Phillip Dane

Five months: That’s how long we still have to wait to find out whether Los Angeles or Paris has been chosen to host the 2024 Summer Olympics. Until that fateful day in September arrives, we at least have some fresh new venue renderings to hold us over. Local bid committee LA 2024 has been releasing a steady stream of concept …

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ARTsea, a beachfront pop-up art fair, is set to take over Marina del Rey this June

In All Vendors, Food Trucks, Phillip's Blog, Uncategorized, Vendors by Phillip Dane

A craft fair, a beer garden and an afternoon by the beach? Sounds like a perfect day to us. A new community festival dubbed ARTsea is set to take over Marina del Rey on June 10. The free music, art and craft fair will take place at Marina Beach, the sole sandy cove in Marina del Rey’s sheltered harbor, as …

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Dive into a pool of sprinkles at the Museum of Ice Cream Los Angeles

In All Vendors, Food Trucks, Phillip's Blog, Uncategorized, Vendors by Phillip Dane

Brace yourself for the latest pop-up to completely dominate your social media feeds. The Museum of Ice Cream has arrived in Los Angeles, with 10 colorful themed installations spread across an airy warehouse space. You’ll find the New York export at 2018 East 7th Place in the Arts District from April 22 until May 29. You’ll start your journey with …

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Interpol is bringing ‘Turn on the Bright Lights’ to L.A. State HistoricPark

In All Vendors, Food Trucks, Phillip's Blog, Uncategorized, Vendors by Phillip Dane

It’s been four years since we’ve seen a major music event at Los Angeles State Historic Park, and after its handsome renovation we thought that might be it for grass-flattening, dust-kicking concerts. But between this month’s Skyline festival and this latest announcement, music is back at the park in a big way. Interpol is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its …