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Tastes in Halloween costumes change quickly, but the team at Halloween Club knows that some staples never go out of style. Taco costumes, for instance. Creepy masks, police uniforms, and pirate apparel aren't forgotten either, allowing patrons to finish their cosplay outfit, celebrate Halloween, or put together a really spectacular excuse for not going into work. To round out the store's selection, there's outlandish props, too, such as seven-foot-tall haunted tree automated to flail spookily on its own.
7107 Telegraph Rd
Montebello,
CA
US
Signature service: Guitar lessons Established: 2008 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 1 person Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes Pro Tip: Students must bring their own guitars.
236 West Main Street
Alhambra,
CA
US
Just like the organism from which it takes its name, Amoeba Music’s stock of tunes has no definite form. At each location, expert music gurus amass thousands of new and used CDs and LPs from the most mainstream artists to the most obscure underground bands around. LPs, posters, and memorabilia surround the musical inventory, which, like Ringo Starr’s pants, changes every day. Amoeba buys goods from customers, meaning that on any given day the store might usher in a rare vinyl LP, DVD, VHS, or even LaserDisc. Visitors can sign up for any number of contests while admiring Amoeba’s enduring dedication to its green practices and community outreach. Amoeba couples its huge selection of entertainment with visits from the artists themselves, welcoming past guests such as Paul McCartney, Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement of Flight of the Conchords, and Elvis Costello to play in-store.
6400 W Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles,
CA
US
If you walk into The Little Knittery and its floors and tables are neat and tidy, don't worry. They won't be for long. The knitting shop is usually abuzz with a flurry of activity and scraps of material as student stitchers learn to purl, crochet, mold felt, or even spin their own yarn in a slate of weekly classes. A kaleidoscopic selection of yarns from Cascade Yarns, Berroco and Knit Collage line the walls, their neat piles often collapsing as customers grab a favorite style to start a knitted scarf, a crocheted coaster, or a likeness of their own hand, knitting as professional instructors offer tips and guidance. Project patterns developed by the shop's yarn-impassioned staffers, meanwhile, provide the basis for more advanced group or private lessons.
3195 Glendale Blvd.
Los Angeles,
CA
US
Like a massive loom, a circular wine rack curves through the dining room of Vinotéque on Melrose, its warps threaded with hundreds of bottles of vintages from around the world. To complement everything from Vermont chardonnays to Chilean cabernet sauvignons, executive chef Sheila R. Gomez serves up a full menu of tapas, cheeses, and decadent desserts, all prepared with seasonal, locally sourced ingredients. The café's oenophiles also helm weekly sampling sessions and lessons in the garden patio, as the ivy vines creeping up the lattice look on jealously, no one taking any interest in their leaf-flavored liqueur.
7469 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles,
CA
US
When kids spend too much time inside playing video games, parents often encourage them to play outside. Game on Wheelz’s video-gaming bus proposes a compromise: along with three 40-inch flat-screen HDTVs inside the bus, two 50-inch TVs adorn its exterior. Each is equipped with Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 consoles, on which gamers can play titles such as Halo 4 and WWE 13 with wireless controllers. Adult “game coaches” supervise each party on the bus, which runs on a quiet, environmentally friendly propane generator.
5810 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US
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