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rts and architecture in LA seem to be having a moment. And with the introduction of Hauser & Wirth’s newest gallery offering

in downtown’s Arts District, that moment is surely moving east. Former MOCA chief curator Paul Schimmel has teamed up with the international gallery, carving out a 100,000-square-foot, seven-building art compound set to open next year. In January, the gallery will host a two-month pop-up group show before officially closing for renovations with a grand unveiling in 2016. Mark your calendars art nerds—this one’s gonna be one for the books. )"64&38*35)$0.

M A N V . M A C H I NE

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dmittedly, we had to do a little research on matcha green tea

after hearing our friends rave about this superfood. A few wiki pages later, we can confidently confirm that it’s an all around win-win.

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long-standing

Japanese

tradition, the fine stone-ground powder is made from leaves picked from the tips of shade-grown Camellia sinensis plants. The tea is rich in antioxidants, burns calories and calms nerves while increasing both memory and energy. But how do we consume a ceremonial delicacy on our lunch break. Luckily, we

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found PANATEA. The DIY set comes with

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PANATEA’s ceremonial grade matcha, a

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ant to learn how to be a spy? Or how to yodel? Ever wonder where

you can learn how to make soap while simultaneously having your palm read? Us too. The folks over at Machine Project have dreamt up a collective learning space, offering

everything

from

workshops,

scientific talks, poetry readings, musical performances, competitions, group naps, cheese tastings, and nearly everything else you could possibly think up. Located in the heart of Echo Park, Machine Project is open to to all ages (and species) and is entirely free. Get out there and learn something new. Your brain is thirsty. ."$)*/&130+&$5$0.

*C ORRECTION FROM S EPTEMBER /O CTOBER “O PULENCE I SSUE :� Vans was not involved with the construction of JetSpace, but is currently working with Green Dot and No Right Brain Left Behind on partnership programs in the JetSpace.

hat can we say? We’re suckers for

intelligent,

minimalist

bamboo whisk, glass bowl, and scoop.

packaging. So after spelunking through

Essentially, a modern and approachable

Instagram one evening, we stumbled

offering to an ancient tradition—like if

upon DTLA-based Commodity Goods

kale, Ebisu, and espresso got together

and immediately headed to their site.

and conspired to improve our day.

With male fragrances like Cloth, Cane,

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Whiskey, and Gin, and female scents such as Tea, Dew, Paper, and Sangria, we just couldn’t choose only one. So, we ordered the ten-pack sample set to try at home. Think Warby Parker for your nostrils with all scents are responsibly bottled on California soil. In case you were curious, we chose Paper and Whiskey. $0..0%*5:(00%4$0.

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