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In operation since 1996, Atomic Records is known for stocking an exclusive collection of music and videos records. The store specializes in selling a wide range of records from categories like classic, soul, blues, 60s rock, punk, new wave and more. One can also shop for a variety of vinyls or can even sell them here at decent rates. The staff here is also welcoming and quite knowledgeable about the products they sell. Atomic Records has also been featured in various magazines for being one of the best music stores in the city.
In the heart of Magnolia Park is the stately Antiques on Magnolia, one of the most popular antique shops in an area with quite a few of them. The store sells furniture, jewelry, and lighting fixtures, while specializing in consignment and estate sales. It’s a large and organized space with elegant and high-quality items, and it’s evident that most of them are carefully chosen from estate sales. The prices are very reasonable, and the owner friendly and willing to indulge in conversation about the pieces on sale.
A long-time favorite of NoHo locals and Angelenos in general, Iliad brings you LA’s biggest book arsenals in a very casual and amiable setting. Not surprisingly, a few swear by this bookstore as the best in SoCal. Come here on your day-off to browse the leviathan selection of books on every thinkable subject or in search of a specific title. Chances are you will be able to find it right there and then, and for a excellent price. The staff is infallibly helpful and knowledgeable. If overwhelmed by the epic multitude or having trouble navigating to the exact title, ask a store clerk to lead you to the specific book. Piled high with USD2 and USD1 latest bestsellers and classics, Iliad’s bargain tables alone are a great reason to pop by this treasure trove.
The store is crammed with gorgeous, handcrafted stone columns, forged iron gates, colorful ceramic pots, mesquite armoires and other goodies. This is not the stuff most tourists find in Mexico. One of the largest import craft dealers in the world, Arte de Mexico's emporium has the furnishings to make any house feel like a hacienda.