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BEVERLY HILLS— If you're in need of a new pair of sunnies for the summer, here's your chance to score them at a discounted price all while shopping for a cause. Destination: Sama is having a one-day-only sale tomorrow from 10am to 7pm at 9530 Brighton Way. All optical frames and sunglasses will be no more than $75 and 50% of the day's proceeds will be donated to the Sam Vance Foundation for at risk youths. [Racked Inbox]
TBA— Get your weekend mani done at Nuvo's Nail Bar tomorrow from 4 to 7pm. Enjoy Nuvo cocktails, music and get pampered with gel manicures featuring nail wraps designed exclusively for the event by nail art aficionado Melody Ehsani. Manis are available first-come, first-serve, so get there early. RSVP to nuvonailbar@teamepiphany for more deets and location; 21+ only, sorry kids. [Racked Inbox]
HOLLYWOOD— What better way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo then with Peligroso Tequila. This Sunday, margarita lovers are invited to the Tropicana Bar at The Roosevelt from 11am to 6pm for a booze-filled poolside bash. Featuring beats from DJ Mayer Hawthorn and DJ Cut Snake, a surprise guest performance, and of course lots and lots of tequila to wrap up your Sunday funday. [Racked Inbox]
LOS FELIZ— Calling all vintage jewelry lovers: Artisan LA is having a trunk sale tomorrow and Sunday at 4649 Russell Ave. as an early celebration of all vintage-gem-loving mothers. Swing by to score some jewels for you and your mom from 20% to 50% off. [Racked Inbox]
NORTH HOLLYWOOD— Out of the Closet is opening up a North Hollywood location at 4227 Lankershim Blvd. The thrift store chain, operated by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, is having a ribbon cutting ceremony tomorrow at noon. Stop by for free bites and to shop thrifted finds and do your part in the fight against HIV and AIDS. [North Hollywood Patch]
DOWNTOWN— The pros-only ultra-exclusive skate park The Berrics at 2535 E 12th St. is opening its doors to the public for the first time for Nyjah Huston's Flow Fest presented by PacSun. The family-friendly event will take place tomorrow from 3 to 7pm. Enjoy a skate demo by Huston and a musical performance by hip hop artist Mann. Buy your tickets right here. [Racked Inbox]—Jessica Estrada