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Friday, June 26
Hothouse Flower And The Nine Plants of Desire
Book Signing
Vroman’s Bookstore
695 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena map
Time: 7:00 pm
Cost: Free

Margot Berwin will discuss and sign her new summer read about plant magic, spiritual discovery abroad, and romantic fever. The movie rights have already been optioned by Julia Roberts.
Medusa Lounge
3211 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles map
Time: 9:00 pm-2:00 am
Cost: $5

Teaching the indie kids how to dance...and the club kids how to rock! 21+

Saturday, June 27
Trailer Music Live
Broad Stage
1310 11th St, Santa Monica map
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: Tix start @ $30

This truly unique live concert experience will also incorporate video presentations of trailer footage from major motion pictures throughout the evening. Simultaneously, the event will marry these images with performances from an astonishing array of over 100 live musicians on stage.

Sunday, June 28
Dodger Bleacher Beach
Dodger Stadium
1000 Elysian Park Ave, Los Angeles map
Time: 1:10 pm
Cost: Tix start at $45.

See the Dodgers take on the Mariners and enjoy unlimited freshly grilled BBQ burgers and chicken, Dodger Dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn, watermelon and soft drinks as well as a live DJ, a private beach themed party area and a free Dodgers floppy hat.
Los Angeles Center Studios
450 S Bixel, Los Angeles map
Time: 7:00 pm
Cost: $15

True guerilla filmmaking where on the first evening writers write short film scripts based on random...more
Pershing Square
532 S Olive, Los Angeles map
Time: 8:30 am
Cost: Free

This is a fun ride, not a race to introduce you to some unique sites in downtown L.A. The Art 2 Gall...more
El Cid
4212 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles map
Time: 3:00 pm-9:00 pm
Cost: No cover

A very different Sunday afternoon hangout and dance party - for a gay/mixed crowd, looking for something a bit more sexy & refined. Soul, electro, indie, funk, 80's, disco, mashups courtesy of Rusty Updegraff (Beige), DJ Paul V. (Dragstrip 66, Bootie LA) and DJ Matt Cornwall. Happy hour drink prices. 21+.

Tuesday, June 30
Darkest Hour
House of Blues Sunset Strip
8430 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood map
Time: 5:30 pm
Cost: $22.50 - $27.50

Heavy metal lovers rejoice as Darkest Hour, part of the Summer Slaughter 2009 Tour, makes its L.A. stop with Necrophagist, Suffocation, Winds of Plague, Dying Fetus, Born of Osiris, Origin, Beneath the Massacre, After the Burial, Decrepit Birth.

Wednesday, July 1
Vin et Fromage
Maison 140
140 S Lasky Dr, Beverly Hills map
Time: 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
Cost: $35

Rosé lovers, have you been feeling left out at wine tastings? Maison 140 feels your pain and will of...more

Thursday, July 2
Koffeehouse Sessions
1432 4th St, Santa Monica map
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: $10

A monthly musicians showcase featuring the best in emerging bands and singer/songwriters providing the Westside with best in up-and-coming acts each month. The first Thursday of the month. A portion of the proceeds will go to Donate Life America.

Zeppelin Flightseeing Tour
Long Beach Airport
4100 Donald Douglas Dr, Long Beach map
Time: Check website for times
Cost: Check website for prices

If you’ve ever wanted to ride in a blimp, this is your chance now that the San Francisco based company is in Long Beach for one week only. No zeppelin has been in L.A. since 1929.

Friday, June 25
Electric Daisy Carnival
Los Angeles Coliseum
3939 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles map
Time: Check website for times
Cost: Tix start @ $65

The 14th annual festival will feature Deadmau5 Live, Moby (DJ Set), Armand Van Helden, Armin Van Buuren, Groove Armada (DJ Set), MSTRKRFT and many more on five full stages plus vendor booths, full-size carnival rides, art installations and more.

Friday, June 29
Anime Expo
L.A. Convention Center
1201 S Figueroa, Los Angeles map
Time: Thurs.-Sat.: 9am-midnight, Sunday: 9-7
Cost: Tix start @ $45

Currently the largest North American event focused on Japanese culture, Anime Expo is an annual convention currently held at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Historically, held on July 4th weekend as a 4-day event, Anime Expo has grown in scale dramatically since it launched in 1992.

Popular activities include the Masquerade, Anime Music Video Contest, Concerts, Guest of Honor panels and a Fashion Show. Anime Expo is a 24-hour convention that offers late-night dances, all night video programming, tabletop gaming rooms, and open-mic Karaoke in the late evening/early morning hours. Many of the attendees dress in costume while attending the convention, and there are many gatherings for fans of different anime and manga series.

Renowned for bringing famous Japanese guests to America for panels and concerts, Anime Expo has been the site of many U.S. premiers of shows, movies, and bands.

Friday, May 9
Chuck Ragan
The Fonda Theatre
6126 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles map
Time: Check website for times
Cost: Check website for prices

Years and years ago, when I was but a fledgling music writer watching Hot Water Music thrash and screech and shred on stage, I never thought that a...more

Saturday, December 13
Gay Men's Chorus Holiday Spectacular
Saban Theatre
8440 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills map
Time: Check website for times
Cost: Check website for prices

GMCLA sings joyous selections from men’s glee clubs across the country and songs from the hit TV show, “Glee.” Enjoy dazzling a cappella arrangements, traditional holiday music, hilarious surprises and a generous dollop of holiday magic.

Saturday, February 21
The Glass House
200 W Second St, Pomona map
Time: Check website for times
Cost: Check website for prices

In 2004, The Cure selected Cursive to tour with them on their Curiosa tour, alongside Interpol, The Rapture, Mogwai, Scarling., and The Cooper Temple Clause.

Friday, May 8
ABBA the Concert
Segerstrom Center for the Arts
600 Town Center Dr, Costa Mesa map
Time: Check website for times
Cost: Check website for prices

A tribute to the Swedish pop group in a musical showcase highlighting the ensemble’s iconic songs.

Wednesday, December 30
Die Hard
Janss Marketplace
197 N Moorpark Rd, Thousand Oaks map
Time: 7:30 pm
Cost: Check website for prices

Director John McTiernan found it necessary to smash cut away from Hans Gruber's face whenever he fired a gun, because of Alan Rickman's uncontrollable habit of flinching from the noise and muzzle flash. If you look at Rickman's face when he shoots Takagi, you can see him wincing.

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