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SANTA MONICA—Is Apple planning a store for the Third Street Promenade (rendering pictured above)? No one—not Apple, not the developers—wants to state anything on the record...but all evidence points to Apple. [Curbed]

CULVER CITY—Decor blog Remodelista is hosting a holiday market tomorrow from 10am to 4pm at Big Daddy's Antiques. For shoppers, there will be "an inspired collection of housewares, linens, ceramics, furniture pieces, and other great finds." For the hungry and under-caffeinated, there will be udon from Peko-Peko, ice cream from Coolhaus and coffee from Handsome Coffee Roasters. [Racked Inbox]

CULVER CITY—Also taking place tomorrow: The Helms Design District Vintage Boutique is hosting their annual holiday shopping event at LightSpace studio from 10am to 4pm. Stop by for a curated selection of men's and women's vintage clothing and jewelry; bring an unwrapped toy or a bag of nonperishable groceries and the $5 entry fee is waved. Check out our review of last year's sale to get a feel for what's on offer. [Racked Inbox]

SHERMAN OAKS—These holiday shopping parties are really piling up. If your schedule isn't full, consider dropping by the Kristinit, Anita Arze and Sweet Spruce sale tomorrow from 1 to 6pm at 5843 Cedros Ave. There will be discounts on the eco-friendly clothes and jewelry; a portion of sales will benefit The Snow Leopard Trust. [Racked Inbox]