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Tesoro Tweak made the transition from the digital world back to the meat world last Saturday, popping up at 8383 W. Third Street with Tesoro, a shop full of quirky homegoods. Though the Beverly Hills store will be around until January 15 and owner Tara Riceberg says merch is still incoming, Rule No. 1 of pop-up shops is get there early to get the best selection, so don't wait too long to start crossing people off your gift list. There's candles, puzzles, totem mugs, rolling salt and pepper shakers, a cobra staple remover and more. Riceberg encourages customers to touch and play with the products, so don't be shy about pulling things apart and putting them back together. (But be careful, we're pretty sure she doesn't encourage Bull-In-China-Shop Behavior.) Best of all, prices range from $10-$99, and everything comes pre-wrapped. So you can afford to help deck several halls.
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