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    LOVE GOODLYs toxin-free eco lifestyle subscription box to benefit FCancer, Farm Sanctuary

    LOS ANGELES August 25, 2015 Expert eco entrepreneurs Justine Lassoff and Katie Bogue Miller formerly of LovingEco, today announced the launch of their newest business venture LOVE GOODLY a Web and mobile shopping platform for discovering trusted healthy, eco products that give back to good causes. The company is funded by influential investor and Machinima Chairman Allen DeBevoise and will sell subscription boxes of nontoxic beauty and skincare products, wellness, healthy snacks and eco style accessories for $35 every other month.

    Katie and I developed our second project, LOVE GOODLY, with a simple idea you can vote with your wallet for more conscious brands. As advocates of healthy lifestyles and giving back, we created LOVE GOODLY putting a twist on the business of feeling good by combining lifestyle subscription boxes and social consciousness, said cofounder Justine Lassoff.

    Lassoff and Bogue Miller were founding team members of LovingEco, an eco Gilt model that was acquired one year after it launched in 2011.

    Each LOVE GOODLY box includes five to seven carefully sourced products from companies such as Go Raw, LVX, SW Basics, Hurraw!, RMS Beauty, Dogeared Jewelry and ALOHA, donating a portion of proceeds to charitable causes. Customers will be able to earn rewards and deals online by reviewing products on and shopping for their favorite, full sized items.

    LOVE GOODLY carefully selects brands and labels them with 12 value icons, such as gluten-free and organic, so it's easy to shop by need. Skincare and beauty products are vegan and cruelty-free and all products are reviewed to ensure they are toxin free. The company additionally selects style accessories and home products with a range of attributes from fair trade made by workers and artisans around the world by supporting fair wages to companies using more natural, organic or recycled materials.

    With each purchase, we support a cause with Farm Sanctuary supporting compassionate living to FCancer supporting early detection. LOVE GOODLY wants our customers to enjoy the surprise of each box, curated with love and delivered to their doorstep, so they can discover and support brands that will have a positive impact on the world, more

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    TART Restaurant and Coolhaus Ice Cream are Mint for Each Other

    TART Gets Fresh with Frozen Treats and Tantalizing Ice Cream Cocktail, Coolhaus Dirty Mint Chip Julep

    LOS ANGELES July 17, 2015 TART -- the unique, onsite restaurant nestled inside the iconic Farmers Daughter Hotel that serves comfort food with a twist -- is celebrating summertime by collaborating with the architecturally-inspired and beloved, LA-based gourmet ice cream company, Coolhaus.

    To kick off the cool-down, TARTs executive chef, Keith Shutta, has dreamed up a refreshingly naughty but n-ice cream cocktail, called the Coolhaus Dirty Mint Chip Julep ($13). Coolhaus fresh mint infused ice cream, chocolate chips and a hint of brown sugar make a sweet partner for the wickedly good blend of Four Roses Bourbon and Crème de Menthe, that make up this perfect treat to beat the summer heat.

    TARTs summer dessert menu has two other delicious new recruits: Coolhaus Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Sandwich ($8) and the Snickerdoodle Ice Cream Sandwich ($8).

    Adding Coolhaus to the menu and creating a cocktail with its all-natural ice cream is something no one else has done before and we know our guests love those unique experiences, said Keith Shutta, TARTs executive chef. Partnering with a local and loved business that also uses locally farmed and sourced goods is the perfect match for TART, added Shutta.

    This partnership is a meeting of the minds, and taste buds. Coolhaus and TART both blend unusual flavors that develop into famous favorites, and I know that the Coolhaus Dirty Mint Chip Julep will become another local celebrity, added Natasha Case, CEO and co-founder of Coolhaus.

    Coolhaus ice cream sandwiches and the Coolhaus Dirty Mint Chip Julep are available at TART now, for a limited time. TART is located at 115 S. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036. For reservations, call (323) 556-2608 or visit:


    For more information or images of the new menu items contact:

    Kate Talbot

    Klick Communications

    Phone: 310-745-3778


    About TART Restaurant:

    Nestled inside the iconic Farmers Daughter hotel in the historic Fairfax District in L.A., TART restaurant provides down-home hospitality and comfort more

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    Robina Town Centre transformed into canvas by internationally renowned artist


    Wednesday, 5 August 2015

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    Robina Town Centre transformed into canvas by internationally renowned artist

    Robina Town Centre invites the Gold Coast community to experience an installation by one of the worlds greatest street artists RONE

    Robina Town Centre is pleased to present to the Gold Coast community a unique art installation created by iconic Australian and internationally renowned street artist, RONE.

    The mural spans a massive 90 metres wide and 8 metres high.

    Known for his unique, stylised images of his female muse, RONE began his career during the burgeoning Melbourne street art scene in the 2000s, and is now represented by galleries in London, Berlin and New York.

    Inspired by the Gold Coast community, RONE'S original mural features fresh produce and large washes of vibrant, electric colours including aqua and coral.

    This mural is more energised and upbeat than some of my previous work in order to truly reflect the spirit of the Gold Coast community, said RONE.

    The colours are bright, vibrant and impulsive, representing the bold and colourful characters who live in the area, while the fresh botanicals, marked by the cherries and bananas, reflect local provenance.

    Robina Town Centre manager, Glen McAnulty, said the installation was a unique way the centre could use the space to benefit and inspire the local community.

    Robina Town Centre is more than just a place to shop its a place where the community can come to experience everything from art and food, to fashion and culture, said Mr McAnulty.

    RONE is one of the worlds most influential street artists, and were thrilled to provide the Gold Coast access to such fantastic art.

    The installation is a subtle hint to the work thats going on behind the scenes at Robina Town Centre whilst we cant yet reveal exactly what is being built behind the mural, we can say it is going to be a revolutionary culinary treat more

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