Los Angeles is slowing down for the Thanksgiving holiday, but we still found a few ways to occupy our weekend with a post-apocalyptic desert party and Raphael Saadiq. Keep reading for the details.
This weekend, we headed out to the High Desert for Road Warrior Weekend, a one-time-only Mad Max event that combined elements of fandom conventions and Burning Man-styled desert parties. Read "Post-Apocalyptic Party: Road Warrior Weekend Brings Mad Max Fans to the High Desert" and check out Shannon Cottrell's photo gallery. Make sure to check out Cottrell and Erin Broadley's photos of the iconic Gyrocopter and Interceptor here.
Acclaimed R&B musician Raphael Saadiq played The Wiltern on Friday night. Check out Timothy Norris' photo gallery.
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