French Florist Released an App, and it’s Actually Handy

There are many ways to order flowers. From planning months in advance with the local florist you trust to desperately grabbing a hodge-podge of flowers at a local grocery. Sometimes the last minute reality isn’t your fault, because the romantic dinner for two for the last scene has been changed to a funeral scene and […]

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We Will Always Have Paris – Galerie Sommerlath French 50s 60s to Close

Galerie Sommerlath, the boutique furniture, decor, art et al shop owned by “French-born and Moroccan-raised” Michele Sommerlath has announced they will be closing by the end of the year. “I’ve been fortunate enough to have dedicated my life to curating beautiful things for my clients’ beautiful spaces.” She wrote in a press release. “Sadly, nothing […]

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Dapper Cadaver Yard Sale

Have you ever found yourself in a bind because you don’t have a rubber baseball bat, an engraved voodoo skull, a dragon skull, a decorative bird cage, a dead chupacabra, and some clinical supplies including but not limited to an embalming station and inexplicably need them? Well shoot you are in luck because Dapper Cadaver, […]

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New & Used Appliances Up for Grabs – Kimos Appliance’s Downsizing Sale

Located in Van Nuys, Kimos Appliance has always been a great spot to nab new and used appliances. From refrigerators and ovens to washers and dryers (not to mention commercial freezers, dishwashers and more) they’ve usually got something you can work with. As they aim to use up less space they need to get rid […]

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Where to Find Modern Tech Rentals

We open to our protagonist working (sort of) on her laptop in the evening with a glass of wine in hand. Suddenly her cell phone rings. It’s her boss, there’s a big scoop, and she needs to get to the office ASAP, preferably an hour ago! We finally get to the office where a security […]

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Where to Find Playground Equipment

Every child has had love for playgrounds. Swing sets, slides, jungle gyms, animals on springs and roundabouts (merry go rounds). There is really only one problem about playgrounds, one that never bothered kids. They’re rather permanent. So now it’s time to dress a park, a backyard, or even a kids space at a fast food […]

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Christiansen Amusements – Carnival Games & Rides

Rushing down a super slide, soaring above it all in a Ferris wheel, or trying your luck at tossing a ring on a bottle or a ping-pong ball in a bowl to win a goldfish. If you have ever been to a carnival, these things should bring back some fond memories, or perhaps a little […]

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Mike Green Fire Equipment – Rentals & Purchased w/ “Dat Fire”

Fire safety is serious business, no matter what the situation may be. A tiny fire emergency can turn into a real disaster if you are not prepared. For years, Mike Green Fire Equipment Co. has been a trusted source for all of your fire protection needs. From commercial buildings to residential homes, they have the […]

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North Hollywood Hardware – Lumber, Expendables, Painting Supplies & a Personal Touch

With all of the big name home improvement stores out there these days, it’s nice to know that there are still neighborhood hardware stores around to meet your needs and work with you on a personal level. North Hollywood Hardware is one of these stores. Located in Studio City, they have been serving the area, […]

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Habitat for Humanity ReStore – Do Good, Get a Tax Break and Donate

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles sent me over a pamphlet to share, and for good reason. When any project is completed and struck for good we can all agree that there is a lot of waste. Furniture with no home, general hand props that had to be purchased instead of rented and all […]

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