Father’s Day 2022 seemed to come quicker than ever and once again a lot of us are at a loss for ideas. If you’re looking for something to do, check out of our Food and Art sections. Our cannabis section also has some great gift ideas. Here, we share some more  to-do and to-buy ideas that came through our inbox.

Now through Sunday, spirit companies Drizly and Diageo have a digital kiosk and pop-up at The Grove with a curated quiz to match dads’ personality to liquor gifting. Quiz-takers will receive a QR code linking to personalized gifts from Johnnie Walker, Don Julio Tequila and OBAN Whisky. Father’s Day delivery is available too. A special $10 off promo code is part of the activation. More info at www.multivu.com/players/English/9059951-drizly-and-diageo-last-minute-fathers-day-gifting/

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(Courtesy Aberfeldy)

More for dads who drink:  Aberfeldy Single Malt Scotch Whisky is doing a Father’s Day Golden Hour tasting experience ($25 and includes an hour long tasting for two) now through June 26th. All reservations can be made exclusively on Tock www.exploretock.com/collections/golden-hour.

Home Depot is a pretty on the nose dad gift destination, but if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Or have dad fix it with new goodies. According to a recent email we got from the Depot’s PR, they did a survey conducted by Wakefield Research and “nearly 2 in 3 dads (63%) say they are difficult to buy for, with more than 3 in 4 (78%) admitting they’ve received a Father’s Day gift they ended up not using.” The survey also asked dads what they really want for Father’s Day and 67% said a “gift they can use all the time.” Some top choices that fill the bill:  tool sets, compact bluetooth wireless radios and the wood-burning fire pits. Home Depot’s Father’s Day Sale Event runs through Sunday. www.homedepot.com.

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(Courtesy MJC/Bespoke Beauty)

If hardware isn’t your papa’s bag, maybe try something completely different like… skincare? Co-founders are Rodney Williams and Alvin Hathaway created Mai Johnson & Company for fellas who really care about their skin. Using natural ingredients their cruelty free line includes a daily foam cleanser, refreshing toner, and optimal moisturizer plus body powders, serums and more. maijohnson.com.

Mr. Musichead in West Hollywood is touting itself as a “one-stop Father’s Day shop” this year offering hand-signed or estate-stamped photographs of pop’s favorite band starting at $200. Custom framing starts at $70. They’ve also got book gifts like the new Bonham book Beast: John Bonham and the Rise of Led Zeppelin and their own line of cool musichead merch. mrmusichead.com


(Mr. Musichead)

How about the gift of fitness in a fun new way for Father’s day? Supernatural VR, based and developed here in L.A., transports dad to gorgeous destinations around the world via virtual reality on Meta Quest 2 headsets (pictured above). Cardio, stretching or meditation are covered in the full body experiences. They just launched their new Artist Series focused on music and movement through unique workouts choreographed around certain catalogs. Katy Perry was the first release and more are to come including Imagine Dragons, The Weeknd, Swedish House Mafia, Kid Cudi, Coldplay and Lady Gaga. www.getsupernatural.com/workouts.




































































































































































































































































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