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Water Cooler Talk | A Pink Lady, Balanchine & A Clever Barista

We overhear some very interesting things around the Juicy offices,
some of them we think you should know.


Listen carefully around the Juicy offices and you’ll overhear some cool things to do. Here’s the latest…

Intelligentsia Coffee Shop – This weekend, I ventured away from the ocean to go antique shopping in Silver Lake. I heard that Intelligentsia had another location there, so I had to stop by.  The Venice location is known for being super sleek and modern, so I was pleasantly surprised to find a colorful and rustic change of pace. And, you can always count on their creative baristas.

The Getty Villa Malibu – Even though it’s just off off the Pacific Coast Highway, the Villa’s Roman-inspired architecture and garden transports you to another country and era.  The grounds are breathtaking, and the sculptures are mythical. It’s almost hard to comprehend that J. Paul Getty did not live to see his vision come to life.

New York City Ballet – The ballet is the ultimate palette cleanser! I’m overwhelmed by digital content every day, so spending an evening watching dancers create art in real time is beyond refreshing. And, it never ceases to amaze me how Balanchine’s choreography stands the test of time. And the costumes for Christopher Wheeldon’s DGV: Danse à Grande Vitesse were unbelievable. I wanted every piece!

The Metropolitan Museum – A little known fact about the Met right now: They have extended hours on Friday and Saturday evenings until 9PM. I walked in at 8PM and was able to view the new Schiaparelli/Prada exhibit, “Impossible Conversations”. There were no lines, and pretty much no one was there—it was a perfect viewing environment. As with all things Prada, it felt very cerebral. And the biggest surprise to me was how timeless some of the Schiaparelli pieces were. Very well curated.