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Calendar, Archive Drinkollage

Drinkollage

What happens when you give a bunch of drunk people scissors? Amazing collages, apparently. At this morning’s brunch, Drinkollage, brought to you by artists Jamie Gaul and Rachel Morrison, you’ll get your pick of magazines and glue, and the food and art org Thank You For Coming will supply the...…
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Calendar, Archive Renegade Craft Fair

Renegade Craft Fair

Nothing beats a handmade gift. But who has time to pour a dozen candles or knit hats for all of their co-workers? Don’t worry — we've got you covered. Renegade Craft Fair downtown will feature more than 250 vendors, including Etta + Billie Soap, Paper Parasol Press and L.A. Weekly...…
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Calendar, Archive Echo Park Craft Fair

Echo Park Craft Fair

Nothing beats a handmade gift. But who has time to pour a dozen candles or knit hats for all of their co-workers? Don’t worry — we've got you covered. Echo Park Craft Fair, founded by shoemaker Beatrice Valenzuela and textile designer Rachel Craven, will offer high-end wares from the likes...…
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Yuletide Cinema

Street Food Cinema is putting on a double-feature Yuletide Cinema at the beautiful historic Palace Theatre, complete with elves, eggnog and roasted chestnuts (plus mulled wine and holiday-themed sausages). Catch cult favorite A Christmas Story at 4:30 p.m. or modern classic Elf at 8:30 p.m. Or, if you’re really in...…
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Restaurants, Squid Ink A New Dutch Store in Bellflower, Just in Time for Sinterklaas

A New Dutch Store in Bellflower, Just in Time for Sinterklaas

Five months ago, the 71-year-old Holland American Market closed its doors. Hundreds of customers mourned the loss of the last Dutch store in L.A., which was for many the sole source of the speculaas and black licorice of home. But now there's reason to celebrate, because Bellflower's famous Dutch Store...…
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Calendar, Archive Cal State Long Beach Holiday Art Sale

Cal State Long Beach Holiday Art Sale

Another way to take a stand against corporate consumerism is to do your shopping at Cal State Long Beach’s 47th annual Holiday Art Sale. CSULB’s program is the largest publicly funded art school in the nation, and this event has been taking place for almost half a century. Pick up...…
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Calendar, Archive David OReilly

David OReilly

Remember that creepily awesome video game in Her? Animator David OReilly created that. He also went on to make a real game, Mountain, which challenges the very idea of what it means to be a video game: In it, you are a mountain, and that’s about it. Tonight, the Irish-born,...…
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Make It & Take It

Echo Park caterer and cookbook author Jennie Cook has been having friends over to bake (vegan!) pumpkin pies for years, under the name Make It & Take It (as in, take it home and serve it to your Thanksgiving guests). Now she’s capped attendance at 100 bakers. The “Plant-Based Parties”...…
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Calendar, Archive This Isn’t About the Future: Black Digital Culture Now

This Isn’t About the Future: Black Digital Culture Now

This year’s annual CalArts conference on digital culture, This Isn’t About the Future: Black Digital Culture Now, focuses on what it’s like to be black in a connected world where race is at once invisible and omnipresent. Curated by poet and faculty member Douglas Kearney, the two-day program begins Friday...…
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Calendar, Archive Meditation of Candle Making

Meditation of Candle Making

The last in a series of HoliDIY workshops hosted by The Women’s Center for Creative Work and Otherwild, the Meditation of Candle Making teaches the calming effect of hand-dipping your own beeswax candles. Led by the Lower Lodge’s Hannah Vainstein, this isn’t your typical Crafternoon — the focus here is...…
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Calendar, Archive Dia de los Muertos

Dia de los Muertos

Día de los Muertos, which technically runs from Oct. 31 through Nov. 2, is one of Mexico’s most celebrated holidays. The result of Spanish influence on a centuries-old Aztec festival honoring Mictecacihuatl, goddess of the afterlife, Día de los Muertos now is celebrated around the world — and especially in...…
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Calendar, Archive Target Free Sundays Festival de los Muertos

Target Free Sundays Festival de los Muertos

Día de los Muertos, which technically runs from Oct. 31 through Nov. 2, is one of Mexico’s most celebrated holidays. The result of Spanish influence on a centuries-old Aztec festival honoring Mictecacihuatl, goddess of the afterlife, Día de los Muertos now is celebrated around the world — and especially in...…
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Calendar, Archive Grand Park's Dia de los Muertos Concert

Grand Park's Dia de los Muertos Concert

Día de los Muertos, which technically runs from Oct. 31 through Nov. 2, is one of Mexico’s most celebrated holidays. The result of Spanish influence on a centuries-old Aztec festival honoring Mictecacihuatl, goddess of the afterlife, Día de los Muertos now is celebrated around the world — and especially in...…
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Arts, Public Spectacle 5 Scary Cool Things to Do This Week for Less Than $12

5 Scary Cool Things to Do This Week for Less Than $12

This Halloween weekend is all treats, no tricks – with a bunch of great (and cheap!) events from the flashy to the funny to the... Cat-y? Hit up the city's best Halloween Parade on Friday, then celebrate Mexico's Día de los Muertos by choosing from one of four awesome parties around...…
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Arts, Public Spectacle 3 Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week (Plus 2 for Under $25)

3 Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week (Plus 2 for Under $25)

Let's face it – you don't need to go crazy this week (that's what Halloween weekend is for!). But that doesn't mean you have to sit on your couch crafting your costume and sneaking candy all week. Get out there! With so many great events happening this week, you don't...…
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Arts, Public Spectacle 10 Weirdest Places to Stay in Los Angeles

10 Weirdest Places to Stay in Los Angeles

So, your friends and family want to come visit you in "Hollywood" – but they're not exactly your typical travelers. They love everything weird and under-the-radar, and want an authentic L.A. experience. Your futon isn't an option, and the Holiday Inn just won't cut it. Luckily, there are plenty of...…
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Calendar, Archive Lit Crawl L.A.

Lit Crawl L.A.

Based on San Francisco’s wildly successful Litquake, Lit Crawl L.A. is a literary take on the bar crawl. Now in its second year, the NoHo Arts District event consists of three “rounds” of literary events at 7, 8 and 9 p.m. (plus an after-party at 10 p.m. on the upper...…
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Arts, Public Spectacle 5 Funky Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week

5 Funky Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week

This week is all about fun, funky, free festivals happening all over Los Angeles – a '70s TV show celebration in Beverly Hills, a Skid Row art festival, a Halloween-themed variety show at the Virgil, and Lit Crawl – the best-read bar crawl NoHo has ever seen. Too punk to party...…
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Calendar, Archive Tig Notaro

Tig Notaro

They say comedy heals all wounds. Or is that time? In any case, when comedian Tig Notaro was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012, she did what any normal person would do: talked about it with a bunch of strangers, at Largo L.A. The show became legendary, filled with gems...…
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