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The Factory Event Space presents THE ORIGINAL CLUB 80'S WEDNESDAYS
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music? Need music? Of course you do! Visit SAM ASH MUSIC STORES
for the largest selection, best service and lowest prices on music in
town. For a location near you, visit www.samashmusic.com.
stores now: THE OFFSPRING's GREATEST HITS! 14 songs you know, plus the brand new single "Can't Repeat (Life Goes On)". Visit www.offspring.com for more info.
doesn't love the '80s? Your favorite bands, like Sugarcult, Rufio, Relient
K, Midtown and Motion City Soundtrack sure do. Pick up the PUNK GOES
'80s CD to hear the hottest new bands in rock take on some of the
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GAMING & RECREATION
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to GALAXY GALLERY, "Southern California's Vaporizer Leader",
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CONCERTS AT AMOEBA: STEPHANE WREMBEL TRIO
In his 5-day
visit to Amoeba Music, Wrembel celebrates the tradition and virtuoso
skills of Gypsy Jazz with his trio. Come to Amoeba and catch a set from
French guitarist and Hot Club of New York founding member.
Catch Stephane Wrembel when he plays at Amoeba Records in Hollywood
on Thursday, July 7 at 7pm. For more info, visit www.amoebamusic.com
MUSIC SPOTLIGHT: THE LAWRENCE ARMS
July 8 @ The Troubadour
"Midwestern beer belly despair rock" at its very finest, Chicago's
Lawrence Arms are a gritty but clever punk rock trio that trace their
beginnings back to 1999. These three punks/drunks blend East Bay punk
with an intelligent and introspective Midwest sound. Take those musical
influences and add a heap of bad television, some leftist literature,
and exactly three cases of the cheapest most watery piss-beer you can
muster, and you're just beginning to get an idea of what this band is
Troubadour is located at 9081 Santa Monica Blvd in Hollywood. For more
info, go to www.troubadour.com
SESSIONS AT THE GETTY
Free Outdoor Concert Series July 9, 16 and 23
The Getty Centers free outdoor concert series returns with eclectic
music from all over the world, starting with the fiesta Mexico
Mixed. Los Mocosos amalgamate funk, soul and hip hop with the
traditions of salsa, cumbia and meringue that acts as a metaphor for
(check the Book of Lists, The 90s Edition for confirmation
on this) El Puebla de Nuestra Señora La Reina de Los Angeles
de Porciúncula (Town of Our Lady the Queen of Angels
of the Little Portion). This July 9 concert promises low-rider
cruisin and Latin love songs, which to me are really one in the
will take place in the Getty Centers Museum Courtyard & Garden
Terrace. Price: Free. Parking: $7. The Getty is open until 9 p.m. on
Fri. and Sat. For more information or to see a complete calendar of
summer events, visit www.getty.edu.
MUSIC SPOTLIGHT: COHEED AND CAMBRIA
July 10 @ Avalon
Regardless of what you might think, youre not too good to listen
to Coheed or see them live because theyre not too good to play
for your jaded self. Remember why you thought they were so weirdly cool
back in the day and go buy a ticket. Claudios fro (arguably
the bands fifth member) will thank you.
For more information,
THE 23RD LOS ANGELES GAY & LESBIAN FILM FESTIVAL
July 7-18 @ Various Locations
For just over 20 years, L.A.�s Outfest Film Festival � which welcomes
a new venue (downtown�s Orpheum Theatre) and a wide variety of new programs
in 2005 � has succeeded in bringing quality films, documentaries and
shorts focusing on the gay and lesbian communities to the forefront
of L.A. culture.
years fest, which kicks off Thursday evening, June 7 with a special
gala screening of Cote DAzur (in its Los Angeles premiere)
at the Orpheum Theatre, is no exception. Aside from a long list of films
to be screened, the fest will also play host to a number of U.S. premieres.
A handful of special programs and panels will also take place.
view a complete festival guide, or for information about purchasing
tickets to screenings, parties and other special events, visit the fest's
Web site at www.outfest.org or call (213) 480-7065.
MUSIC SPOTLIGHT: BILLY CORGAN
July 12 @ The Henry Fonda Theatre
three words for you: Billy-effin-Corgan. Need I say more? Didnt
think so. But just for textual fillers sake, you can be indulged
anyway. Corgans only, like, the founder of one of the most
influential bands of the 90s and one of the most creative geniuses
in music. If you say no to him, youre saying no to an icon. The
cool kids wouldnt like it very much if they knew you did that.
For more information, visit www.billycorgan.com.
ADAM CVIJANOVIC'S GLACIER
Ongoing through Aug. 7 @ UCLA Hammer Musuem
better way to cool down on a hot Los Angeles summer day than by gazing
at a large-scale landscape painting of a glacier? Well, theres
swimming of course. Or eating a Bomb Pop. Watching Batman Begins
in a frigid theater. Surfing. Cold shower
All right, so maybe
there are better ways of decreasing your body temperature than by looking
at art, but the Hammer Museum is kept pretty cold and its still
worth seeing Adam Cvijanovics Hammer Project. Its an 80-by-20-foot
depiction of an imaginary glacier, rendered in precise, scientifically
accurate terms and mounted on the lobby wall at the UCLA Hammer Museum.
The UCLA Hammer Museum is located at 10899 Wilshire Blvd., in Westwood.
Museum hours: Tue.-Wed. and Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Thu. 11 a.m.-9
p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Price: Admission is free as part of Hammer
Summer through Sept. 4. Parking is $3 for the first three hours with
museum validation. For more information, call (310) 443-7000 or visit
WHAT YOU'LL FIND IN THE JULY 6 - JULY 19 ISSUE:
- RISE AGAINST: On A Punk-Rock MissionCheck
it out now!
- LIVE SHOW REVIEW: Electric
- THE L.A. UNDERGROUND:
PLUS: Ringside, Joe Perry, and
the 2005 Warped Tour Compilation CD reviews
CAMPUS CIRCLE SHOW PICKS: Coheed
and Cambria, Billy Corgan, The Rocket Summer, Dead Poetic and Alkaline
- JESSICA ALBA: Fantastic
Four's Invisible Woman Is Anything But Check
it out now!
- RIZE: 'Krump' Dance Style
- OWN WILSON & VINCE VAUGHN:
Wedding Crashers Breaking Girls' Hearts
JOHN LEGUIZAMO: Hones
His Spanish-Speaking Skills For Cronicas
- OUTFEST 2005: Local Film
Festival Champions Gay & Lesbian Cinema For Its 23rd Year
PLUS: Film reviews for Heights and March
of The Penguins and DVD review for Jaws: 30th Anniversary Edition
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