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What’s the Deal: A Miner Miracle, Black Peace Now + More

The Black Peace Now collection is on sale at New People this weekend.

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A Miner Miracle: The nonprofit organization is holding an off-site sale this weekend at the Auditorium of St. Anne in the Sunset (850 Judah St.) on Saturday and Sunday. Check the Twitter feed for more info, but we hear that labels such as Ann Taylor and Michael Kors are among the merchandise.

New People: The goth-minded Black Peace Now collection at this Japantown multiplex for art, apparel and film is 20 to 50 percent off through April 3.

Red Choo Choo: Thanks to an end of season sale, you can use the discount code SPRING11 at checkout for 30 percent off this local label’s t-shirts for men, women and children.

Calab Clothing: All t-shirts from this local apparel label are 50 percent off during a current end-of-season sale.

Salon KaoVey: Between now and June 30, book a wedding hair and makeup package with this downtown salon, and you can get a trial run of both services for $60 (reg. $125).

White Petals: Starting today, made-in-the-USA winter jackets from this label by designer Danielle Gardner will be 30 percent off in the online store.

The Mission Statement: On Saturday and Sunday, all apparel will be 25 percent off at this Mission shop packed with local designers’ clothing and accessories. Two more reasons to go: a special exclusive preview (March 26, 4-8 p.m.) of local jewelry designer Vanessa Gade’s latest, the Wright Collection, and hair feather extensions, available on Saturdays and by appointment.

Lemon Twist: The local label throws an open house on Sunday to preview new items for spring along with art from Eric Scheib and music by the Houseblend Band. During the event, all inventory will be 25 percent off.

Convert: During a Saturday afternoon celebration at this Berkeley store, kids and adults can have their TOMS shoes customized by a local artist for $10. An added bonus: half of the proceeds go directly to the artist, and the other half goes to support the Oakland Museum of Children’s Art.

Self Edge: The denim destination is launching a sale in-store and online to benefit the Japanese Red Cross and its relief efforts in Japan. A portion of the company’s sales Friday through Sunday will be donated, and all products will be 10 percent off during that time. If you plan to shop online, use the discount code JeansForJapan.

Photography courtesy of New People