Over the Weekend: Lucent L'amour, Derby Dolls, The Crystal Method and More
It was a long weekend, even for those who decided to stay in Sunday night. Keep reading for a taste of what we saw across the city.
Josh "CuriousJosh" Reiss
Lucent L'amour returned for another Valentine's Day event filled with heavy beats, spectacular performances and art tucked into every corner. This year's party featured Lucent Dossier Experience, Stanton Warriors, Beats Antique and many more. Check out CuriousJosh's photo gallery.
Saturday night at the Doll Factory, Tough Cookies defeated Fight Crew and won the Derby Dolls' second bout of the 2010 season. It was the first showing of the year for both Tough Cookies and Fight Crew. Check out the view from the sidelines of the banked track. See more in Colin Young-Wolff's photo gallery.
The Crystal Method returned to the live stage in Los Angeles for the first time in six years to a packed house at Avalon on Friday night. Check out Timothy Norris' shots from on stage and back stage.
For those who wanted to start the long weekend a day early, Thursday night's Art Walk filled the streets of downtown Los Angeles with mimes, Wandering Marionettes, live painting and more. See more in Jay Oligny's photo gallery.
Designer toy store Munky King held an early celebration for the Chinese Year of the Tiger with the opening reception of "For the Love of Tiger," an art exhibit by Martin Hsu and Andrew Brandou at its flagship store on Melrose Ave. Read more in Ivan Fernandez's recap.
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