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::August 31, 2005::



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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

Party with your tribe at SABARA PARTIES AT PEARL on Thursday, August 18, from 8:45 pm to 2 am. Enjoy two DJ rooms, hookah bar, games, dancers and prizes. Event is 21+, ladies get in free before 9:15 pm. Pearl is located at 665 N. Robertson in West Hollywood.
All Eighties! All The Time! THE FACTORY Event Space presents Club 80's every Wednesday at Ultra Suede [661 N. Robertson Blvd., West Hollywood]. For more information, call (310) 659-4551 or visit



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Since The Pantry opened its doors, on any given night its high-calorie comfort food it has continued to draw in patrons of all kinds, at all hours: urban professionals, truck drivers, artists, teenage hipsters and theatergoers looking for an urban thrill.




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Seeking motivated STAFF WRITERS and EDITORIAL INTERNS to contribute to our publication!
If you have experience writing features, reviews and columns on film, music and local events, please send your resume and a sample of your past writing clips to Additional writing opportunities are available in areas such as lifestyle, food, fashion, gaming, technology and travel.

Editorial interns will assist the editorial staff in brainstorming, researching and compiling materials to be used in future issues of Campus Circle. Interns will also be expected to help with special features and assignments. If interested, please send your resume and past writing clips to

Campus Circle's editorial contributions are unpaid, but we do offer plenty of perks!


Thursday, September 1

7 p.m. @ The El Rey Theater

If anything is to be learned by watching VH1's The Surreal Life it's that Janice Dickinson, the self-proclaimed world's first supermodel, loves herself. She loves herself so much that it's fair to assume that's all she knows how to talk about. So it seems fitting that she will be doing just that in her own autobiographical one-woman show. Audience members can expect an outrageous cabaret-style evening, with rants about the modeling world, her rise to fame, her encounters with the rich, famous and certifiably insane. Word has it that her celebrity gossip will be no-holds-barred and she's just as happy to claw her way through her "Model"-ing experience without holding back on the real dirt. Oh, and did we mention she was the world's first supermodel.

What Would Janice Do? will be held at the EL Rey Theatre which is located at 5515 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles. For more info on the show, visit


Friday, September 2

7: 30 p.m. @ Latitudes

Yes, the rumors are true. Strung Out will be playing in the South Bay, (for the first time ever, might I add) which is pretty much guaranteed to cause a frenzy.
Although the South Bay is known to be the breeding grounds for popular bands such as Pennywise, the Descendents and Black Flag, there's, unfortunately, just not enough venues to hear them. And, the last great venue for live music is about close its doors for good, leaving literally no where left for bands to play. But at least we'll know that the last show will be a memorable one. After all, it's STRUNG OUT!
It's often hard to be punk, melodic and catchy without sounding a bit contrived, however, Strung Out has been able to do it time and again with sincerity and vengeance. Their live shows are always razor sharp and tons of fun, but prepare yourself for crowd unpredictability, because anything can and will happen.

Lattitudes is located at 239 N. Harbor Drive in Redondo Beach. For about infor about the show, visit


Saturday, September 3


With the majestic Ocean as a backdrop, Hermosa Beach is an ideal place for a summer festival. It combines the best fine artisans and crafters with additional opportunities to swim, bike, fish, or just relax on the beach. Each Labor Day for the past 32 years Fiesta Hermosa has been producing one of Southern California's largest arts and crafts fair. People come to Fiesta Hermosa not only for the arts but also for the music, food and of course the popular beer and wine garden. The fair features an array of handmade clothing, jewelry, ceramics, mosaics, acrylics and oil paintings, high-end photography, and imports from around the world. All the Fiesta Hermosa elements combine to create an unforgettable weekend for patrons, artists, and everyone involved.

Fiesta Hermosa will take place Sept. 3-5 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more info, visit


Sunday, September 4


The very best of African Culture can be found at Exposition Park this weekend as the Africa Marketplace celebrates its 20th anniversary. Since 1986 Angelenos have gathered for a summertime celebration of the diverse cultures of the African Diaspora with the annual African Marketplace and Cultural Faire. In 2002 the ever-growing event made the move to the expansive environs of Exposition Park, allowing more room for the vendors, events and the 250,000 visitors who enjoy the sounds and flavors of African culture during this dramatic three-day weekend extravaganza. More than 200 merchants sell crafts and clothing ranging in origin from Africa to the Caribbean and Brazil. Four entertainment stages present a non-stop flow of diverse music and dance performances, while the Little Africa Youth Village offers crafts workshops, music classes, storytelling and a petting zoo specially geared to the kids. A Health Fair provides information and referrals for a variety of medical issues, as well as simple screenings for a range of conditions. A range of African American authors make appearances at the Literary Village throughout the festival, reading from their works and signing books. Collectors can shop the Fine Arts Pavilion for African woodcarvings and masks, and when you've strolled your way to exhaustion, the Ethnic Restaurant Pavilion offers a range of delightfully different options for refueling.

The African Marketplace Cultrual Faire takes place at the the Los Angeles Coliseum. For more info on the event and entertainment schedules, visit


Monday, September 5

6 p.m. @ the Hollywood Bowl

Step into the time warp again with the 30th anniversary of cult hit The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The show will be celebrated in front of a massive audience with a screening of the film as it is staged in real time by Midnight Insanity, a theater troupe from Long Beach that regularly performs the show. Not to be upstaged, the so-hot-right-now band Louis XIV will open the festivities.
Rocky Horror would be nothing without its fanatical and fantastical audience. They’re known to dress up as their favorite characters at shows, wearing everything from Frank’s pearls and naughty hooker get-up to Columbia’s (Nell Campbell) sequined tux to Magenta’s (Patricia Quinn) flirty maid outfit. It’s long been a tradition for fans to involve themselves in the action of the screenings or plays (as Rocky Horror was a stage production before it was ever a film).
But that’s not all. The Hollywood Bowl encourages full audience participation at this show. This "participation" has usually entailed lines being shouted out by enthusiastic viewers, often culminating with various objects being thrown into the air at key moments. During a wedding, the audience throws rice; when Frank calls for a toast at dinner, slices of toast are tossed; confetti is thrown when Frank and Rocky head to the bedroom for a private moment. The audience also arms themselves with water guns, which they shoot when Brad and Janet are caught in a rainstorm, and party hats to wear when Frank dons one during dinner.
Joining in the Rocky Horror fun is Louis XIV, whose glam-rock songs, attitude and fashion will fit right in with the fun, flashy, costumed audience. Opening for the film, the band that has been hailed as the "second coming of T-Rex" will perform a whole set in this music-film combo event. Rolling Stone named them one of "10 Bands to Watch in 2005," due in no small part to their catchy first single "Finding Out True Love is Blind."
Skip that string quartet and you’re in for a night of campy, trashy fun amongst your fellow eccentric movie lovers.

The Hollywood Bowl is located at 2301 N. Highland Ave., in Hollywood. For more information or to purchase tickets, call (213) 365-3500 or visit


Tuesday, September 6

Tuesday, August 23 @ Santa Monica Pier

Love movies, but have a short attention span? If so, the L.A.International Short Film Fest is just the place to go. LA Shorts Fest is dedicated to the celebration and cultivation of the short film. Through a variety of yearlong activities, LA Shorts Fest educates, entertains and honors those who have mastered the craft. Entering its ninth year, LA Shorts Fest is the largest short film festival in the world and one of the few recognized by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences. Last year's festival garnered over 1,100 film entries and drew more than 10,000 moviegoers, filmmakers and entertainment executives. Through film screenings and panel discussions our filmmakers have an opportunity to interact with their peers, to network with the industry and to entertain audiences.
The fest is located at 8355 Sunset Blvd in West. Hollywood. For more info on the films and events, visit


Wednesday, September 7


The sports and comedy worlds collide like never before in a unique guy talk format called BEST DAMN SPORTS SHOW PERIOD. Each weeknight the topical sports stories of the day are discussed in an opinionated and humorous way by a quartet of personalities: actor Tom Arnold, former NFL star Michael Irvin, former NBA star John Salley and sports commentator Chris Rose. The foursome tosses around sports conversation with a no-holds-barred approach. See them live in person.

To request tickets, visit or for more info on the show visit




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PLUS: Stutterfly and Veda CD reviews

CAMPUS CIRCLE SHOW PICKS: The White Stripes, Coldplay and The Used





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  • PLUS: Constant Gardener Film Review and Sin City and Nip Tuck DVD reviews



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