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Jan. 10, 2007
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AMERICAN IDOL: Get Ready for the New Season
LUCY LU: Gets Down and Dirty in Code Name: The Cleaner
BRITTANY MURPHY: Shows a Different Side as THe Dead Girl
PAINTED VEIL: A Love Story of Infidelity and Redemption
FILM REVIEW: Freedom Writers
DVD DISH: Little Miss Sunshine & World trade Center

EMILY HAINES: Metric Goes Solo with Knives
LIVE SHOW REVIEW.: NOFX @ House of Blues, Anaheim
Frequency: Lady Sovereign, Justin Timberlake & Street Drum Corps/American Eyes

POKER HANDS—Pocket Jacks
ON THE MENU— Food Artists
PROJECTIONS—Mary Poppins Sing-a-Long
EXHIBITIONS—Brenna Youngsblood
The Art of LoveCurrent Column

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What’s Happening in Los Angeles

 Thursday, Jan. 11
Soundgasm @ Vine
It's really hard to define what a soundgasm feels like. One can only imagin that as the beats pulsate throughout your body the only reaction that'll be screamed out will be something akin to that Meg Ryan and that infamous scene in When Harry met Sally. Though it'd be best to not do that in the club, but rather dance the night away as both Anton Newcombe from trippy rock act The Brian Jonestown Massacre, and Jason Anchando of The Warlocks create a happy go looking vibe, not normally see in Hollywood. Vine is located at 1235 North Vine Street in Hollywood. For more information call 323-960-0800

Friday, Jan. 12
Volver/Pans Labyrinth @ Aero Theatre
A double feature of the highest order will be presented at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica. In correlation with their Golden Globe nominations for best foreign language both Volver and Pan's Labyrinth will be screened. The former is another Pedro Almodovar masterpiece filled with the director's trademarks: black comedy and catty women. The latter is another look into the brilliant but twisted mind of director Guillermo del Toro as fascist Spain meets mythic creatures. A special treat is in store as both Almodovar and del Toro will be in attendance for a bit of the good ole' Q&A. Aero Theatre is located at 1328 Montana Avenue at 14th Street in Santa Monica. For more information visit http: // 

Saturday, Jan. 13
Neurosis @ El Rey Theatre
Neurosis is all about the dark ambient, industrial, tribal music that's hits like a flung piece of sludge to the face. Based out of Oakland, Calif the band is dubbed as the originator of the post-metal genre. With a new album set for 2007 the band looks to bring a new year's music resolution of thrash. Be prepared to throw down in the pit during Saturday's show, something that usually doesn't occur in the El Rey Theatre. El Rey Theatre is located at 5515 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. For more information visit

Sunday, Jan. 14
Where We Live: Berman Collection @ Getty Center
Created in 1984, the Getty Museum's photographs department has been a showcase for American and European private collections, none more than film producer Bruce Berman. Berman has donated over 500 photographs to the Getty since 1998, most of which is contemporary American color photography. In a new exhibit called Where We Live: Berman Collection the work of 24 photographers will be shown, the central theme being life in the United States. Getty Center is located at 1200 Getty Center Drive in Los Angeles. For more information visit 

Monday, Jan. 15
Los Angeles Lakers vs. Miami Heat @ Staples Center
Last time the Lakers faced the Miami Heat it was another Christmas Day lost. The Lakers look to get revenge on the Heat, the stage now set in Los Angeles. And while it's going to be disappointing to not see another Shaq vs. Kobe showdown (the big man sidelined due to injury) nothing can beat the face to face match up with #24 and #3 (Dwayne Wade). Flash bulbs will be a blazin' and eyes will glued no doubt on TV sets.  Staples Center is located at 1111 South Figueroa Street in Los Angeles. For more information visit

Tuesday, Jan. 16
Da Poetry Lounge @ The GreenwayCourtTheatre
Since 1999, poetry has been slammed at Da Poetry Lounge at The Greenway Court Theatre. More than 300 people have seen spoken word aficionados, hip hop poets and everyone else that can bust out a few iambic pentameters and couplets with style. On Tuesdays the lounge becomes a literal throw down, a free forum where everyone can show what they got. Sign up early however. The GreenwayCourtTheatre is located at 544 North Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles. For more information call 323-655-7679

Wednesday, Jan. 17
Eddie Pepitone: End of Days & Please Seat Yourself @ UCB Theatre 
The double feature continues this time in the form of improvised sketch comedy at the UCB Theatre. Eddie Pepitone: End of Days is not a look back at the Arnold Schwarzenegger film but rather a comedic journey into the post apocalyptic journey through Los Angeles which includes a little bit of motivational speaking courtesy of the last woman on Earth. Though not about the big one, Please Seat Yourself is all about the big dish, serving up sketches set in the restaurant. The show is filled with love, murder and the occasional egg roll. UCB Theatre is located at 5919 Franklin Avenue in Los Angeles. For more information visit

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