Exhale Center for Sacred Movement on 1222 2008

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Sacred franchise is more like it, though it must be noted, this location has some of the most experienced and accomplished instructors in this city or any other: Eric Schiffman, Saul David Raye and Seane Corn, to name a few. The Main Street Venice studio offers a range of yoga classes in a range of yoga styles, as well as a goodly assortment of yoga clothes and accessories..

Titanic on 1222 2008

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This place has more hats than friend of DI Suzi W. But what really sets Titanic apart is when they crank the house music and the shirtless Eurotrash dude dances FOR HOURS on the platform in front of the store. I don’t know what he’s taking, but I want a pallet of it.

Light Blue on 1222 2008

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Boardwalk bikinis and all the Havaianas you’re ever going to need. LOTS of bikinis. LOTS of flip-flops and slides.

Star Liquors on 1222 2008

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Main Street corner liquor store.

L & K Market on 1222 2008

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Average, everyday corner market with history: They claim to be the oldest biz in Santa Monica. From wine coolers to $700 bottles.

Tails of Santa Monica on 1222 2008

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Cat and dog boutique featuring pet couture… Yes, we are all going to Hell. Actually, I take that back. Tails of Santa Monica is active in pet rescue. They are going to animal heaven.

Santa Monica Community Garden on 1222 2008

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A spurt in local building hasn’t prevented this bucolic block from continuing to sprout. Bounded by Main, Hollister, Neilson Way and Strand, the community garden is a crazy quilt of public plots where flowers and vegetables of all kinds are lovingly cultivated by local greenthumbs.

Tara Home: Sacred Interiors on 1222 2008

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Not sure what sacred interiors are, but Tara has all the yogi decor, Asianica and candles you’re ever likely to need.

Pacific Street Park (Off-Leash Dog Park) on 1222 2008

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Canines rule at this half block of fenced-in dog park. Let the curs off their leashes to cavort with their own kind. Meanwhile, you can experience another expensive piece of Santa Monica real estate gone to the dogs…in a good way, for once.


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Can’t keep a good Buff Monsta down. Despite the best efforts and baser inclinations of passing taggers, Buff Monster’s street art again reigns supreme…at least at the intersection of Hampton and Indiana.

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