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June 1 , 2007
 FEATURED SPONSOR
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 SPONSORS: EVENTS
Laugh yourself loco at Sí TV’s Latino Laugh Festival Hollywood. With a lineup of over 30 outrageous comics cracking up audiences all over Hollywood Blvd., the Latino Laugh Festival promises to be the comedy event of the year.
So hurry and buy your tickets now to enjoy three jam-packed days of Latino comedy superstars, the best unsigned Latino talent, and some non-Latino jokers too, June 22-24. For more info, visit www.latinolaughfestival.com

  SPONSORS: RETAIL

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 SPONSORS: DINING
A Los Angeles tradition since 1924, THE PANTRY is the perfect place for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Pantry is open 24 hours a day and is located at Ninth and Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles. For more info, call (213) 972-9279.

 SPONSORS: EDUCATION
GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Get ahead in your college coursework! Glendale Community College offers 2 summer sessions: June 18-July 20 and July 23-August 24. Each unit only $20 for California residents! For more information, visit http://glendale.edu

Have a great summer at the beach by taking classes at
CSULB. Choose from a variety of day and evening courses, no formal admission to CSULB and earn units toward your degree. For more info, visit www.uces.csulb.edu/openu.

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Check out our film screenings and be the first to see top-notch movies.


What’s Inside This Issue...
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Film
MR. BROOKS Kevin Costner & Dane Cook explore their dark sides
THE ROACH A UCLA student's short
CARLY SCHROEDER Fights for her right in Gracie
FILM REVIEWS Pirates, Knocked Up, The Devil Came on Horseback
DVD REVIEW The Good German

Music
SIZZLING SUMMER CD PREVIEW
SONGS THAT MAKE SUMMER HOT
SUMMER CONCERT PREVIEW
INSPIRING MUSICAL MOMENTS Musicians share their stories
PLAY RADIO PLAY Making a "play" with The Frequency EP
MISTAH FAB Prince of the Bay
LIVE SHOW REVIEWS Phat Kat, Patrick Wolf, Ben Gibbard, Bullet for my Valentine

ON THE MENU Caffe Primo
FASHION FOCUS Napoleon Perdis
ESSENTIAL L.A. Take a hike!
THEATER Fat Pig
COMEDY Latino Laugh Festival
EXHIBITIONS An American Love Story
L.A. UNDERGROUND Rocky DeLuca and the Burden
PAGES  Poetry from the Indie Music Scene


Hot Jobs For Students


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TEACH ENGLISH IN JAPAN
AEON, one of the leading English conversation schools in Japan is recruiting qualified individuals to teach English at one of our 310 branch schools located throughout Japan. If you are ready for a challenging and rewarding opportunity to live and work in Japan, please submit your current resume and 1-page essay titled, "Why I want to live and work in Japan" to AEONLA@AEONET.COM. For more information, visit www.AEONET.com



What’s Happening in Los Angeles

Friday, June 1
LearnAboutWine Friday night wine tastings
Two Rodeo

N. Rodeo Dr. & Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills
(310) 451-7600
www.learnaboutwine.com
The first Friday evening of June, July, August and September sippers and oenophiles gather at the annual TASTE Summer Series. June 1 features the Great Wines of Italy. A portion of proceeds will benefit "What A Pair!" and John Wayne Cancer Institute's breast cancer research. 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. $49 pre-sale, $59 general admission.

Saturday, June 2
ARTWALK Culver City

Intersection of Washington Blvd. and La Cienega Blvd., Culver City
(310) 253-5776
www.culvercity.org
A self-guided tour of forty-two local art galleries and exhibition spaces celebrating the Culver City Art District, a cluster of galleries exhibiting emerging and established artists. 12 noon - 8 p.m. FREE.

10th Annual Art & Design Walk
Melrose Avenue, Robertson and Beverly Blvds.,
West Hollywood
(310) 289-2534
www.avenuesartdesign.com
Over 300 showrooms, galleries, boutiques, and restaurants are open for an early evening of special events, seminars, food, and entertainment. 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. FREE.

Sunday, June 3
Lummis Day: The Festival of Northeast L.A.

Rock Rose Gallery
4108 N. Figueroa St., Sycamore Grove
(626) 831-7970
This festival brings together the musical, visual, culinary, and literary artists of Northeast Los Angeles to celebrate the multicultural spirit, culture, and history of the area. Take in poetry readings, gallery exhibits, interactive art installations, food, music, and dance. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. FREE.

10th Annual SoRo Festival
Robertson Blvd. and Beverlywood St., Los Angeles
(310) 837-1710
This street festival features booths, games, food, entertainment, and cultural diversity. 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. FREE.

Monday, June 4
Authentic Tuscan Dinner @ Chefs Inc.

10955 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles
(310) 470-2277
www.chefsinc.net
Chef Roberto, a Tuscan native, demonstrates the splendor of Tuscan cuisine with zucchini flowers, cornish hens, sweet risotto fritters and more. Check the schedule for a wide range of classes. 6:30 p.m. $90.

Tuesday, June 5
Can the L.A. Times be saved? @ Central Library

630 W. 5th St., Los Angeles
(213) 228-7000
www.lapl.org
The Los Angeles Times has struggled to capture online readership and fight declining circulation. Times publisher David Hiller, editor Jim O'Shea, innovation editor Russ Stanton, and LATimes.com executive editor Meredith Artley provide an insightful discussion on the fate of one of LA's most valuable civic institutions. 7 p.m. FREE



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