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Nov. 15, 2006

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EIGHTEEN VISIONS: O.C. Act Remains True to Rock Sensibility
COPELAND: Eat, Sleep, Repeat
LIVE SHOWS: The Sounds & Say Anything/Mewithoutyou
L.A. UNDERGROUND: Midnight Movies
CD REVIEWS: Communique, The Game & IV Thieves
SHOW PICKS: The Hush Sound, Atreyu/Every Time I Die, Blingfest & Kevin Federline

PARKER POSEY: Hopes to Get Your Consideration
HOLIDAY FILM PREVIEW: Movies You Shouldn’t Miss This Season
BOBBY: Emilio Estevez’s Look at the

FAST FOOD NATION: Take a Bite of Richard Linklater’s Latest
FILM REVIEW: Harsh Times
DVD DISH: Word Play & Cars

HOLIDAY GIFT IDEAS—Don’t Shop Till You Drop
FASHION FOCUS—Downtown’s Fashion District
POKER HANDS—What Does Your Opponent Have?
ON THE MENU—Energy Drinks
PROJECTIONS—Notes on a Scandal
GET UP, GET OUT—‘Wishful Drinking’
THE ART OF LOVE—Current Column

Hot Jobs For Students

Do you love art, helping people, and working in a beautiful, stimulating environment? Are you looking for new pursuits in 2007? Do you have four hours to spare every week or two? If so, why not consider becoming a volunteer at the Getty Center in Los Angeles or the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades? Ages 18 and up welcome. Fluency in more than one language helpful but not required; no previous arts experience necessary. Ongoing training is provided. Weekday, weekend, and evening shifts are available and can accommodate a variety of schedules. To receive a volunteer application, call (310) 440-7303 by December 31, 2006 or write to:

The J. Paul Getty Museum
Visitor Services Department
Volunteer Program
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Los Angeles, CA 90049


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What’s Happening in Los Angeles

Thursday, Nov. 16
Hee Haw Hell @ Bigfoot Lodge
At Hee Haw Hell at Bigfoot Lodge, it’s going to be a champagne jam of music, garage, ‘60s soul, and rockabilly served by DJs Smokey P and Mason. With some rather absurd vintage film clips being projected on the walls, it will only heighten your already saucy mood. And why the saucy mood you ask? Well that’s because of the $2 PBR and $3 whiskey shots. For some it won’t be a champagne but a jam no less with a capital j. Bigfoot Lodge is located at 3172 Los Feliz Blvd. in Los Angeles. For more information visit

Friday Nov. 17
Happy Feet Holiday Snowglobes @ The Beverly Center
Penguins have taken over the world! Last year we witnessed their march, and now during this holiday season we will embrace their feet. The new Warner Brothers film, Happy Feet looks to be an ice cap adventure and in conjunction with this new film the Beverly Center looks to bring that winter wonderland to that hallowed mall. Patrons will be able to walk through a 20 ft. snow globe, which will feature scenes from the movie. Family and friends will also be part of the whole act, as you can take a “green screen” experiences with the penguin crew. Hope you know how to tap dance. The Beverly Center is located at 8500 Beverly Blvd in Los Angeles. For more information visit

Saturday, Nov. 18
From Heart To Hand: Modern Japanese Prints
Over 15 modern prints dating back to the post war era are being displayed at the Pacific Asia Museum.  Depicting the different type of styles and movements of modern Japanese art, this exhibit will also showcase the earlier works of the Sosaku Hanga, or Japanese Print Movement. Specific works shown in that part of the collection will show the origins and motivations behind the modern print movement. Pacific Asia Museum is located at 46 North Los Robles Avenue in Pasadena. For more information visit

Sunday Nov. 19
Los Angeles Lakers vs. Chicago Bulls @ Staples Center
It’s still early in the NBA season but our Los Angeles Lakers will face a mighty test Sunday night against the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls are now revamped due in part by the acquisition of former Detroit Piston Ben Wallace. But come on now, it’s the Los Angeles Lakers, Kobe Bryant is still getting his legs under him but as he continues to dish and feed the ball to his teammates, it only helps the team even more. And like their new arena slogan states, the Lakers look to turn out the lights against the Bulls. Staples Center is located at 1111 South Figueroa Street in Los Angeles. For more information visit

Monday, Nov. 20
The Rapture @ Henry Fonda Theater
Out of all the post punk dance funk hybrids that have come out of the past few years, The Rapture have to be band that gets the most hype. But it’s all about the music man…and in this case for The Rapture it’s all about the cowbell. During Monday’s set, you and everyone else will be amazed by the cowbell prowess of Gabriel Andruzzi. And they only way to cure that cowbell fervor is to just dance, dance, and dance. Plus with the band most likely playing a lot of tunes from their new album Pieces of the People We Love, that whole predicament will be solved immediately. Tickets are available via Henry Fonda Theater is located at 6126 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood. For more information visit

Tuesday Nov. 21
Disney’s The Lion King: National Tour @ Pantages Theatre
The circle of entertainment is complete. The movie enthralled the child in us. The soundtrack made us weep as we wondered if we could feel the love tonight. And now The Lion King will astound us on the stage.  The show is a visual spectacle with masks, costumes, and puppets galore. And don’t take this writer’s word for it, the proof is all the accolades. It’s the winner of six Tony Awards including Best Musical. You owe it yourself to see it. Pantages Theatre is located at 6233 Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. For more information visit

Wednesday Nov. 22
LADWP Holiday Light Festival  @ Griffith Park
It’s a festival of lights for everyone at LADWP Holiday Light Festival at Griffith Park. Every December, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power takes out a one-mile stretch of the famous park and illuminates with a cascade of color. Such Los Angeles landmarks are showcased during the festival (i.e. L.A. City Hall, the Venice Boardwalk, the Hollywood Sign, the Hollywood Bowl and the Staples Center). Because it is a popular holiday tradition it is advised to come early so you, your family and your friends can all enjoy. The LADWP Holiday Light Festival is located at 4730 Crystal Spring Drive in Los Angeles. For more information visit

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