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FRIDAY, AUG. 31
Regent Showcase Theater
614 N. La Brea Ave. @ Melrose
(323) 934-1770; www.regenttheaters.com/
Freshman Orientation begins its exclusive engagement today. The movie is about Clay, an all-American teenager from the Midwest, heads off to college only to discover school is not the oasis of beer drinking and partying that he had imagined. In an attempt to win over the woman of his dreams, Clay pretends to be gay. The charade blows up in Clay's face, when it lands him in the middle of campus activism, the hazing of both a fraternity and sorority and all the drama that comes along with his new lifestyle. The end result is a campus-wide revolution that will change both Clay's life, as well as his perception of others. $8. Check website for schedule.
DINING IN THE DARK
Hyatt West Hollywood
8401 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood
(310) 546-7619; www.opaque-events.jamic.com
Guests eat a three-course meal in the pitch black. The point: Guests experience food only through taste, smell and touch. $99.
POLITICS AND MUSIC
Fairfax High School Auditorium
7850 Melrose Ave. @ Fairfax
West Hollywood Mayor Pro Tempore Jeffrey Prang will join, Raymundo Vizcarra, Fairfax�s Band Director, in performing a trombone duet at a recital concert to raise funds for the Fairfax High School Band Program. Funds will be used for the band�s long list of needs, including new uniforms for the marching band and chairs for the classroom. Mr. Vizcarra re-established the Fairfax Band in 2006 after a 20 year absence. The band won numerous awards, including 1st Prize for Band and Color Guard at the Annual African History Month Parade held in February 2007. The band is featured in a new documentary called �From the 50 Yard Line,� which premiered in Rhode Island on August 8, 2007, www.Fromthe50YardLine.com. 7 p.m. $20.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
22ND ANNUAL LOS ANGELES AFRICAN MARKETPLACE AND CULTURAL FAIRE
Rancho Cienega Park
5001 Rodeo Rd., Los Angeles
(323) 293-1612; www.africanmarketplace.org
Celebrate the African diaspora with a Village Gourd Festival, Brazilian Trade and Music Festival, a soccer tournament, entertainment and arts and crafts. Also, Sun. & Mon. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. $5.
DIANA SERRA CARY READING
1818 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles
(323) 660-1175; www.skylightbooks.com
Diana Serra Cary reads from Jackie Coogan The World�s Boy King: A Biography of Hollywood�s Legendary Child Star, a revealing biography of the little-known private life of this famous kiddie celeb. 5 p.m. FREE.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
SUMMER STRUMMER FESTIVAL
2525 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica
Don�t miss this ultimate all-ages end of summer mega music, skate and lifestyle extravaganza. 1 p.m.-10 p.m. $30 advance, $40 at the door.
SUNDAY POOL PARTY
750 Garland Ave., Los Angeles
Pretend you�re on vacation in your own backyard � and hang out poolside with a pi�a colada in hand. 1p.m.-5p.m.
THE BIG PICTURE: THE FILMS OF PARAMOUNT PICTURES
2301 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood
(323) 850-2000; www.hollywoodbowl.com
The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and conductor David Newman bring you music from Sunset Blvd. to The Godfather to Dreamgirls. This year�s Movie Night celebrates the amazing 95 year legacy of Paramount Pictures with scenes projected on the big screen. 7:30 p.m. Check website for available tickets and prices.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3
18th Street Arts Center
1639 18th Street, Santa Monica
(310) 453-3711; www.18thstreet.org
See different artists� unique visions as they blend nature and fantasy. Some of the featured exhibits include Maura Bendett�s wall sculptures of botanical growth gone awry; Jeff Cain�s ominous sound recordings of wind and radio chatter near Mount Wilson; Joyce Campbell�s haunting photographs of Antarctica�s ice formations. Runs Mon. � Fri. through September 14. 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. FREE.
5364 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles
Bingo and karaoke come together for a night of creative game play. 8 p.m.-11 p.m. 21+. $20 donation.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4
PAELLA ON THE PATIO
445 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles
Chefs prepare paella in traditional pans right on the patio. 5 p.m.-9 p.m. $29.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
The Crazy Uncle Joe Show
7307 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood
(323) 934-9700; www.groundlings.com
See one of the latest sketch comedy shows from this groundbreaking troupe. Founded in 1972, The Groundlings have launched the careers of many comedians including Will Ferrell, Lisa Kudrow, Phil Hartman and Cheri Oteri. Runs every Wednesday at 8 p.m. $10.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
LA4REAL INDIE ROCK FEST
The Highlands @ Hollywood & Highland
6801 Hollywood Blvd., 2nd Floor
(323) 467-6412; www.la4real.com
The Best Independent Rock Artists come together to put on a kick ass show in the heart of Hollywood at The Highlands nightclub to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Some of the headliners this week include Fishbone, Veruca Salt and Onesidezero. Every Thursday through October 11 at 7:30 p.m. $20.