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  • Wye Oak @ The El Rey Theatre
    Wye Oak performed at The El Rey Theatre on Thursday night in support of their recently released full length Shriek. Patterns Is Movement opened the show. All photos by Timothy Norris.
  • Lina in L.A. - Hello Kitty Night at Dodger Stadium
    It's always a purr-fect pairing when Dodger fans collide with Hello Kitty lovers, and last night's home game against the San Diego Padres was no exception. Though fans were given vouchers for the night's free H.K. travel mug, the cat craziness was still in full effect with discounts on Kitty merchandise and fans in feline-inspired gear... and of course lots of blue! Actress Kate Walsh threw out the first pitch and Miss Kitty herself was on hand to pose for pics on the field.

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