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SILVERREIGN is the newest upscale gentlemen's club in Southern California with two great locations, beautiful dancers and an intimate atmosphere to serve you. Clip the ad from this week's CAMPUS CIRCLE for free admission! For more information, visit www.silverreign.net.
So maybe you like metal just not its current trends. Those seeking a band whose music is face-ripping and dynamicthe way metal should soundshould give TRIGGER POINT a listen. Thier debut LP A Silent Protest is now available at all SoCal Wherehouse locations. For more info, visit www.triggerpointmusic.com
CARTEL, the band that started out more as a guilty plessure to its listeners has become one of 2005's "bands to know." Catch their new album Chroma in stores on Sept. 20. For more info and to stream tracks off the new album, visit www.cartelrocks.com
Feeling lucky? Try your hand at a game of poker at NORMANDIE CASINO in Gardena. Stop by and join in on one of their no limit Texas Hold-em Tournaments every Wednesday. Visit www.normandiecasino.com or call 1 (800) 9-WINNER for more info.
$20 HOT TIX FOR DEAD END! Sidney Kingsley's stirring drama tells the story of the Dead End Kids, a group of scruffy teenage boys whose lives were the streets of new York in the early '30s. see the play's triumphant return to the stage in this stunning production featuring one of the largest sets ever created for the Ahmanson, including an orchestra pit filled with 10,000 gallons of water to stimlate New York's East River! For more information, visit www.CenterTheatreGroup.org
Since dreams are what MBA's are made of, why not do what's best for your furture and get an MBA from UC RVERSIDE. For more info, visit www.agsm.ucr.edu or call (951) 827-455.
HAWAII PACIFIC UNIVERSITY offers eleven graduate programs that emphasize practical applications, providing students with current solutions and innovative strategies needed for success. Attractive scholarship and assistantship opportunities available. For more info contact the Center for Graduate Studies at (808)544-1135 or Toll-free at (866) GRAD-HPU.
Are you college bound? need some questions answered? need help deciding on a college or a major? If so, HUBBARD COLLEGE OF ADMINISTRATION is here to help. Attend a FREE seminar on how to prepare for college. Call for a date and time at (888) 812-4224. RSVP at 320 N. Vermont, L.A.
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Head to PEDDLER ON THE ROOF, L.A.'s only weekly rooftop flea market, every Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. at Sunset Gower Studios. For more info, call (323) 860-7109 or visit www.peddlerontheroof.com. Download your coupon for $2 admission!
Attention all artists: BLICK art materials have arrived! Now you can get the largest selection at the lowest prices at any of out 3 L.A. Pasadena locations. Don't forget to join our preferred customer program for 10% off non-sale items everyday. FREE for students and teachers. Contact the store for more details at (323) 933-9284.
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Although a fairly young band, Cartel's compelling guitar arangements, driving drums and youthful energy rivals more seasoned artists of their genre. See the band live and you'll notice how the band is able to mesh loud, bombastic guitars with pretty melodies and rock arangements with an acute sense of pop songwriting. You'll understand the current buzz surrounding the band.
For more info on Cartel, visit www.cartelrocks.com.
14th ANNUAL INKSLINGERS BALL
The word is that tattoos are back in style, but in actuality, they never
really left. It has always been cool to show a piece of artwork on your
bicep or the back of your shoulder. At a tattoo convention, one might
expect acres of skin decorated in every imaginable color. One might
expect to see an endless human tapestry of dragons, cartoon characters
and tribal images. One might even expect to see enough forehead piercings
to set off an airport metal detector. But unless you'd been to the Inkslingers
Ball in years past, chances are nothing could have prepared you for
the low hum of hundreds of tattoo artists practicing their craft.
If you like seafood and having fun then the Lobster Festival of the Los Angeles area is definitely something you'll be interested in. Featuring more than 12 tons of lobster, a full line-up of musical acts, parade and general good time, the Lobster Festival will feature something for everyone who visits the area. This year don't let the chill of autumn bring you down. Escape to sunny California for the Lobster Festival. And don't miss the lobster dog parade!
The Loster Festival is located at Ports O'Call Village in San Pedro. For more info and for a list of events and entertainment, visit www.lobsterfest.com
TASTE OF SANTA MONICA
are set to water this Sunday as delicious treat after treat will be
available for sampling from more than 40 of Los Angeles finest restaurants.
Enjoy live music and chef demonstrations all afternoon. Bask in the
warm sunshine and cool ocean breezes on Santa Monica pier. Treat your
senses to something special.
So you think you're Star Wars' biggest fan. You know all the movies, collect all the memorabilia and even claim to be a real Jedi Knight. So, we know you won't miss the opportunity to see the real life costumes of Star Wars, now on display at the FIDM Museum, where a collection of more than 100 costumes, accessories, and props from all six films in the Star Wars saga will be on display, including those from the latest chapter, Episode III Revenge of the Sith.
The FIDM Museum and Galleries is located at 919 South Grand Avenue in Los Angeles. For more info on this exhibit, visit starwars.fidm.edu
movies can be murder" or so reads the tagline on the poster
for Robert Altmans 1992 film The Player, which stars Tim
Robbins as a relentless studio exec who finds himself a suspect in the
middle of a bizarre murder mystery. To celebrate the 75th anniversary
of The Hollywood Reporter, the ArcLight will screen The Player
on Tuesday evening, Sept. 20, at 7:30 p.m. The film will be followed
by a special discussion with Dowling, the editor-in-chief and publisher
of The Hollywood Reporter, who will use The Player as
a springboard to talk about the state of the entertainment industry.
There will also be surprise special guests.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.arclightcinemas.com.
SCENE OF THE CRIME
Getty Center is located at 1200 Getty Center Drive in Los Angeles. The
museum is open Tuesday-Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For
more info, visit www.getty.edu
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