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The AMERICAN MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ACADEMY (AMDA) offers 2 year programs of intensive training in acting, singing and dance with campuses in Los Angeles and New York. AMDA partners with New School University in New York for AMDA graduates who wish to pursue a bachelor's degree. For more information, call (323) 469-3300 or visit their website: http://www.amda.edu/
CREATIVE CIRCUS in Atlanta, GA offers four courses of study: Art Direction, Copywriting, Graphic Design & Photography. With their small class sizes, all students get the individual attention they need to excel. And if you're not a teenager anymore, don't worry. Most Creative Circus students are 24-30 years of age. For more information, check out their website at http://www.creativecircus.com.
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iN A DAY � In Theaters 8/24! Laemmle�s Music Hall (Beverly Hills)
St. Louis Dispatch � �sweet and surprising�
Cinequest Film Festival � �slyly written...genuine romantic tale�
Variety � �Charming...casting is aces�
KNX Radio � �Top of the hill rating�
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17
11TH ANNUAL DOCUWEEK
THEATRICAL DOCUMENTARY SHOWCASE
The ArcLight in Hollywood
The Landmark in West Los Angeles
(213) 534-3600; http://www.documentary.org/programs/docuweek_07.php
DocuWeek is a public theatrical exhibition of outstanding new documentary films. DocuWeek fills every available hour of a full week at both the ArcLight Hollywood and The Landmark. Runs through August 23. Everyday from noon � 11 p.m. $11.
FABULOUS FIBER FEST 2007
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
1855 Main St., Santa Monica
(310) 845-9111; www.thefiberfest.com
No, not that kind of fiber. Rugs, knitting and everything that you can make out of thread, this arts and crafts fair comes with experts and workshops to talk you through your creative process as well as fun things to buy. 10 a.m.�6 p.m.; Sat, 10 a.m.�6 p.m.; Sun, 10 a.m.�4 p.m. $6.
UCLA�S INTERNATIONAL PRESERVATION 2007 SERIES
10899 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles
(310) 443-7000; www.hammer.ucla.edu
This series of little-known films includes international classics saved from obscurity and restored to their former glory. Through Aug. 28. Tonight�s film is The Big Parade. 7:30 p.m. $10.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 18
SUNSET JUNCTION STREET FAIR
Sunset Blvd. & Santa Monica Blvd., Silver Lake
The Sunset Junction Street Fair is the largest celebration of cultural diversity in Los Angeles. There will be carnival rides, beer gardens, community information tables and over 200 food and arts & crafts booths. Three stages will provide continuous entertainment with everything from disco to ethnic dance to children�s entertainment.
Also runs on Sunday, August 19. 10 AM to 11 PM. $12 before 4 PM; $15 after 4 PM, 12 & under and 65 & older are FREE.
237 S. Pedro Street, Los Angeles
I�ve heard of hot dog eating contests, but tofu? The celebration of this versatile veggie favorite is happening this weekend, so strap on your bean appreciation gear and eat some tofu. Noon-8 p.m.; Sun, noon-6 p.m. $5.
VALENTINO EPHEMERA COLLECTION
Hollywood Heritage Museum
2100 N. Highland Avenue, Hollywood
(323) 874-2276; www.hollywoodheritage.org
If the work of Rudolph Valentino leaves you breathless, then run out to the Hollywood Heritage museum for a chance to see memorabilia and one of his classics. Noon. $5.
NISEI WEEK JAPANESE FESTIVAL
700 Traction Ave., Los Angeles
(213) 687-7193; www.niseiweek.org
Japanese heritage is showcased in exhibits, demonstrations and special events such as a parade, a carnival, a baby show, a fashion show, a martial arts demonstration, taiko performances, a 5-kilometer run and karaoke and ondo performances and arts & crafts. Runs through August 26. 11 a.m. FREE.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 19
REGGAE BY THE BAY FESTIVAL
1126 Queens Hwy., Long Beach
(714) 392-4408; http://www.myspace.com/resinmusic
Featuring live performances from international reggae superstars ALPHA BLONDY, BARRINGTON LEVY & JUNIOR REID and SoCal's own COMMON SENSE, OPM, THE B FOUNDATION & more on two stages! Festival DJs: Jamaican Gold Sounds. Vendor & crafts booths. $25 pre-sale at www.ticketmaster.com.
�ZORRO IN HELL�
Ricardo Montalban Theatre
1615 Vine St., Hollywood
(323) 463-0089; www.ricardomontalbantheatre.org
From a troupe of irreverent comedians comes this play of epic proportions. This is not Antonio Banderas� Zorro. This is the last day to go (though they might extend its run), so get your tickets early! Tickets from $25-$45.
MONDAY, AUGUST 20
6400 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood
Talib Kweli, Campus Circle�s August 8 cover feature, plays Amoeba to celebrate the August 21 release of his album, Eardrum. Jay-Z and 50 Cent have both named Talib Kweli as one of their favorite rappers. 6 p.m. FREE.
BRIAN HERBERT W/KEVIN ANDERSON & SCOTT BRICK
8818 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood
(310) 659-3110; www.booksoup.com
Brian Herbert continues his father�s work with the newest installation in the Dune series, Sandworms of Dune. 7 p.m. FREE.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 21
CARNIVAL LATIN PARTY WORKOUT
3rd Street Dance
8558 W. 3rd St.
(310) 275-4683; www.3rdstreetdance.com
Get ready to sweat at this fast paced, high energy Afro-Cuban Salsa and Brazilian Samba groove workout. 6:30 p.m.�7:30 p.m. $14.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22
TV / EMMY COSTUME TOUR
Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM)
919 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles
(310) 800-6710; www.quickculture.com
Take a fun, private tour of the 2nd Annual Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design Exhibition. The exhibit includes a retrospective of TV�s most memorable costume designs such as "I Dream of Jeannie", "Bewitched", and "Charlie�s Angels". The exhibit also salutes the work of this year�s Emmy nominated costume designers and costume supervisors including "Passions", "Entourage", "Desperate Housewives", "Rome" and "The Tudors". Runs Tuesday - Saturday through Sept. 29. 10 a.m. $25.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23
CIRQUE DU SOLEIL
3900 W. Manchester Blvd., Inglewood
Cirque du Soleil returns to the Southland after a four-year absence with the big top touring show Corteo, celebrating the 20th anniversary of Cirque du Soleil in Los Angeles. Corteo is Italian for a joyous procession, a festive parade imagined by a clown. The show brings together the passion of the actor with the grace and power of the acrobat to plunge the audience into a theatrical world of fun, comedy and spontaneity situated in a mysterious space between heaven and earth. Runs through September 23. Check website for details and prices.