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September 22nd, 2017 by Cherry

If you love seafood do I have a fun fall event for you! It’s the 3rd Annual OFF THE HOOK Seafood Festival in Santa Monica on Saturday, October 14th. It’s foodie fun on the Santa Monica Pier benefiting the Surfrider Foundation of West LA-Malibu

This fall event in the cool salty ocean breezes is all about seafood tastings from the city’s best restaurants, great music to dance a jig or bob your head too (your choice), an oyster shucking competition, beer gardens and the Sustainable Seafood VIP Lounge. 

If you buy your tickets now aka EARLY BIRD before October 7th they are $50 (General Admission) and $75 (VIP). If you buy the WEEK OF the event they are $65 (General Admission) and $90 (VIP). They even have group tickets for you and your 9 BFF or Family  (10 tickets) at $450 (GA) and $630 (VIP)! 
You’ll enjoy seafood tastes from great LA restaurants including: The Lobster, Herringbone, The Albright, BOA, Sushi Roku, Tar & Roses, FIG, Del Frisco’s Grille, La Tostaderia, Spinfish Poke, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co, Sprinkles, Pretty Little Bakers, & More!
More information & tickets at www.offthehookseafoodfest.com
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We want you to enjoy your time at Off The Hook to the fullest, without the worries of parking, nor driving home after the food coma and drinks, so we have partnered with Freebird Rides, who will reimburse you up to $10 for your Uber ride to Off The Hook.
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March 17th, 2016 by Cherry

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EJ Johnson is using his platform to raise funds for the New York City’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center with the most delicious green nail polish from Chrome Girl!

 

Chrome Girl – Chrome Girl LLC

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Jaded by EJ Johnson $14.00

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It’s such a pleasure to see someone use their fame to leverage it for good and EJ working with Chrome Girl makes perfect sense as the stylish young man is in charge of using fashion for self expression! I LOVED the camouflage style he and his crew were rocking that compliments this limited edition color.

 

  It was fun and so individual reflecting each personality! I might have go pick up a pair of camo pants to freshen up my wardrobe for the summer!

Cherry Davis, Steve Gallindo, the Style Guyd and Pia Gladys Perey, Fashion Designer

 Steve Gallindo, the Style Guyd and Pia Gladys Perey, Fashion Designer came and tried out the new polish at the Nail Bar & Beauty Lounge with the entire cast of Rich Kids of Beverly Hills supporting their friend.       Steve, Pia and I went green and have to say that it’s NOT just for St. Patrick’s Day! This color complimented all three of our skin tones so don’t hesitate to support LGBT kids to get off the street AND be fashionable! I especially loved Steve’s French Manicure for those who just want to test such a vibrant rich shade. The Nail Bar & Beauty Lounge staff manicurist even suggested great ideas to keep my manicure looking my best! I will have to go back before Wondercon at the end of the month for some geek nail art using EJ’s ChromeGirl Jade Polish. I LOVED the yummy food and the Sprinkles cupcakes with the ChromeGirl polish on it <yummy>. IMG_5763IMG_5760Refreshments included champagne with H2Rose that comes in Apple, Wild Berry, Peach and Mango. All ending with my fingers dancing on the red carpet AND a lovely goody bag from Chrome Girl that has their Genie Remover Pads Piña Colada scent so the party doesn’t stop when I change nail color! You might even see me dancing on a show!

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