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::September 28, 2005



Are you ready to be spooked? The biggest and baddest Halloween party is arriving soon. Don't miss your chance to dine with monsters and be their first victim at the annual KNOTT'S SCARY FARM HALLOWEEN HAUNT. Download this COUPON to save up to $22.

Having trouble deciding what to be for Halloween? Check out for a wide selection of costumes. Sizes range from small to 4X.



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
Get your laugh on at the ICE HOUSE COMEDY CLUB. Now thru Oct. 26 show your student ID and get 2-for-1 admission.(Offer not valid on saturdays or during special events) Admission is alos limited to those 18 and older. The ICE HOUSE is located at 24 N. Mentor Ave., Pasadena.For more info or to make reservations call (626) 577-1894 or visit



Want 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

KYLE EASTWOD is the future of jazz. Jazz Bassist Kyle Eastwood unites the soul of traditional hard bop with the youthful exuberance of modern jazz and club culture. Featuring music from the Academy Award winning films, Mystic River and Million Dollar Baby. His album Paris Blue is now available at all Border's locations. For more info, visit



Travel on a budget with HOSTELLING INTERNATIONAL at one of 4,000 hostels in 60 countries. For more Info, call (310) 393-3413 or visit



Feeling lucky? Try your hand at a game of poker at NORMANDIE CASINO in Gardena. Stop by and join in on one of their no limit Texas Hold-em Tournaments every Wednesday. Visit or call 1 (800) 9-WINNER for more info.

$20 HOT TIX FOR DEAD END! Sidney Kingsley's stirring drama tells the story of the Dead End Kids, a group of scruffy teenage boys whose lives were the streets of new York in the early '30s. See the play's triumphant return to the stage in this stunning production featuring one of the largest sets ever created for the Ahmanson, including an orchestra pit filled with 10,000 gallons of water to stimlate New York's East River! For more information, visit
$20 HOT TIX FOR ROMANCE! Romance is being called a "deliriously funny farce…quite demented – and politically incorrect." This
Located at the Mark Taper Forum ROMANCE is an outrageous farce about cherished issues, from our judicial system to the peace process, fidelity, religious tolerance and world peace, presented in verbally dexterous style. For more information visit



Are you college bound? Need some questions answered? Need help deciding on a college or a major? If so, HUBBARD COLLEGE OF ADMINISTRATION is here to help. Attend a FREE seminar on how to prepare for college. Call for a date and time at (888) 812-4224. RSVP at 320 N. Vermont, L.A.

THE PRINCETON REVIEW, the leader in test preparation offer courses and 1-on-1 private tutoring for students. For more info, contact (800) 2 Review or visit



Promoting an event? Need give away items for fund raisers, awards or meetings? If so, ROSEBUD MARKETING GROUP is just the answer. They can print your name or logo on anything including: mugs, pens, watches, clocks, T-shirts, key chains etc.. If you can imagine it, ROSEBUD can create it. For more information call (213) 689-4662 or visit



Head to PEDDLER ON THE ROOF, L.A.'s only weekly rooftop flea market, every Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. at Sunset Gower Studios. For more info, call (323) 860-7109 or visit
Download your COUPON for $2 admission!
Attention all artists: BLICK art materials have arrived! Now you can get the largest selection at the lowest prices at any of out 3 L.A. Pasadena locations. Don't forget to join our preferred customer program for 10% off non-sale items everyday. FREE for students and teachers. Contact the store for more details at (323) 933-9284.



A Los Angeles tradition since 1924, THE PANTRY is the perfect place for breakfast, lunch and dinner . Download this coupon to recieve 20% off your total bill from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., 7 days a week. The Pantry is open 24 hours a week and is located at Ninth and Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles.



The LAW OFFICES OF BRUCE MARGOLIN, "The Nation's Foremost Authority on Marijuana Law", is offering our members free copies of The Margolin Guide to Marijuana Laws. Use this Printable Order Form then fax your order to (310)652-1501 or call (800)420-LAWS(5297) to get your guide.



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Pick up your FREE issue of CAMPUS CIRCLE at your local college campus or our many drop-off locations throughout So Cal -- Download our current issue online.

Check out our film screenings and be the first to see top-notch movies.

Click the links below to RSVP to one of our screenings of the film PRIME:
CLICK HERE for WEDNESDAY Sept. 28 @ 7:30 p.m. in Pasadena.
for THURSDAY Oct. 6 @ 7:30 p.m. in Santa Monica

Enter our Big Fat Independent Movie sweepstakes for a chance to win a Big Fat Independent Movie prize pack!

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Don't pamper yourself until you take a look at the amazing discounts and special deals that we are offering our Campus Circle readers.

Fantastic haircuts are now 2 for the price of one at the VIDAL SASSOON ACADEMY. Download this COUPON for the killer savings. That's $10 for 2 people! Appointments are available Monday thru Friday. Offer valid Sept 28- Oct 4. You must bring student ID with you to appointment. The VIDAL SASSOON ACADEMY is located at 321 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica. Call (310) 255-0011 x1 for more info.

Do you need something to spice up your look? If so, the CHRISTOPHER LANCE HAIR SALON invites women interested in a hip and trendy new look to head over to the salon for a complimentary hair cut. Download this COUPON and bring it with you to your appointment. The CHRISTOPHER LANCE HAIR SALON is located on the corner of Robertson & Clifton in Beverly Hills. For more info, visit or call (310) 657-4081

Are you ready to get rid of that acne that has been plaguing you for years? Well, the ACNE and SKIN CARE CLINIC specializes in treating the cause not only the symptoms. Visit today for a FREE consultation and receive 15% off with a valid student ID. ACNE SKIN CARE is located at 5770 Rosemead Blvd. Suite 200, Temple City. For more info, call (626) 287-2220.

Get the star treatment at JESSICA FROM SUNSET. Enjoy 20% off any variety of back-to-school, rejuvenating services including: hand and foot care, hair services, waxing, make-up application. Jessica From Sunset is located at 124 1/2 N. Larchmont Blvd. Los Angeles. For more info (323) 461-2979.

People of all complexions can experience smooth, hair free bodies any time of year without the side effects. HAIR FREE LASER SKIN CLINICS offers a newer, more gentle hair removal technology. Feeling is believing. Call for an appointment and a free test spot, so you can feel just how comfortable this new technology is. And Don't forget to download the COUPON to receive 50% off your first treatment. For more info, call (877) 998-FREE or visit


AEON, one of the leading English conversation schools in Japan is recruiting qualified individuals to teach English at one of our 310 branch schools located throughout Japan. If you are ready for a challenging and rewarding opportunity to live and work in Japan, please submit your current resume and 1-page essay titled, "Why I want to live and work in Japan" to AEONLA@AEONET.COM For more information, visit

Are you creative and love to talk on the phone? One of the nation's leading adult entertainment companies is searching for reliable, home-based telephone actresses with striking personalities and exceptional voice qualities for private one on one adult conversations. Full and part-time available. Call anytime (800) 211-3152.



Thursday, Sept. 29

Sept 29 - Oct 2 @ Egyptian Theatre
It's out there. You just have to know where to look. Sometimes, when you least expect it, inspiration can even find you. Like now. Discover the best emerging talents in film, music, art, design and technology at the ninth annual Resfest. Experience short films, music videos, documentaries, motion graphics, panel discussions, intractive entertainment, parties and everything else your mind craves.

Tickets range from $10 to $75 depending on event and panel. The Egyptian Theatre is located at 6712 Hollywood Blvd. For more info, visit


Friday, Sept. 30

@ Knott's Berry Farm
Beware: Because the Halloween Haunt is so real and scary! Every October since 1973, Knott's Berry Farm has transformed into a theme park of ghoulish fright: Knott's Scary Farm.
What makes the park so creepy is the more than 600 live monsters, ghouls and freaks that lurk in every dark corner and alley just to shock and scare. There are also elaborate walk- and ride-through mazes, live shows with sinister themes and terrifying scare zones that offer face-to-face encounters with monstrous beasts. Don't miss 'The Hanging,' a yearly satirical re-enactment of the Salem witch trials, complete with special effects. The popular show has "sacrificed" more than 1,500 celebrities since its debut, including TV's Sinister Seymour, Wolfman Jack and Elvira.

Knott's Berry Farm is located at For more info visit


Saturday, Oct. 01

@ Hollywood Bowl
The return of NIN after such a long absence is a blessing to fans of intelligent electronic music who have eagerly anticipated the chance to see Reznor do what he does best on stage. The dark and moody undertones of his music are infectiously siren-like, drawing the listener in to see what is just below the surface of the tunes, which are layered like a tall black wedding cake. Miss this show and you risk eternal damnation.

The Hollywood Bowl is located at 2301 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood. For more info, visit or


Sunday, Oct. 02

@ Manhattan Beach

With the majestic Ocean as a backdrop, Manhattan Beach is an ideal place for a festival. It combines the best fine artisans and crafters with additional opportunities to swim, bike, fish, or just relax on the beach. Every year for the past 33 years the Old HomeTown Fair has been producing one of Southern California's most anticipated events. People come to the Hometown Fair, 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 Old Hometown Fair elements combine to create an unforgettable weekend for patrons, artists, and everyone involved.

The Old HomeTown Fair is located at Valley Drive, right off of Manhattan Beach Blvd. For more info and for a list of events visit


Monday, Oct. 3

@ Melrose Ave

Fred Segal is the starting point for a day of classic LA celebrity-stalking. Just make sure to whip out a charge card instead of a camera.
For three decades, Fred Segal has been a hotbed of celebrity-sanctioned casualwear trends. The store buyers take chances on emerging talent, and as a result, have launched cutting-edge looks.
Once a year, Fred Segal holds a sale usually in late September. Fifty percent off everything. Need we say more?

Fred Segal is located at 8100 Melrose Ave. For more info, call (323) 655-3734


Tuesday, Oct. 4

Through Oct 16 @The Pantages Theatre
So, maybe It's a hard knock life after all. A lot can be learned from orphan Annie, who always seems to make the best out of a bad situation. Enduring musical Annie comes to the stage yet again featuring unforgettable songs such as It's a "Hard-Knock Life," "Easy Street", "NYC" and the signature song, "Tomorrow".
Set against a Manhattan skyline in the era of the Great Depression, the musical follows the rags-to-riches story of an 11 year-old orphan without a friend in the world except for her faithful dog, Sandy. Annie's only hope is to escape the orphanage where the tyrannical Miss Hannigan makes life a misery, and with the arrival of Daddy Warbucks her dreams can finally come true...

The Pantages Theatre is located at 6233 Hollywood Blvd. For more info, Call (323) 462-1770.


Wednesday, Oct. 5

Ongoing @ Museum of JurrasicTechnology
If there was ever a museum of museums, then the Museum of Jurassic Technology would most certainly be featured as an astounding specimen of an exhibit. While the museum doesn’t have changing exhibits, it constantly expands. Its newest addition is an entire second floor, which includes the Tula Tearoom offering light refreshments and the Borzoi Kabinet Theater, which screens the film at hourly intervals. The Tula Tearoom is a funeral parlor-esque area where one can pontificate on the ludicrous exhibits over cookies while a bubbling fountain offers eerie background noise – even more minatory given that we’re used to hearing the Killers in Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. Levsha is equally unsettling – it’s a film about a Russian tsar’s mechanical dancing flea. Somehow, though, it all works as part of the gestalt of Los Angeles’ largest piece of art – a museum itself.

The Museum of Jurassic Technology is located at 9341 Venice Blvd., in Culver City. Museum hours: 2-8 p.m. Thu, noon-6 p.m. Fri, Sat and Sun. Price: (Suggested donations) adults $5, children 12-21 $3, students $3. For more information, call (310) 836-6131 or visit



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