, the first of three evenings celebrating the reactivation of the Triforium, a six-story, 60-ton artwork that cut a singular figure in the downtown L.A. of 1974. The brainchild of Joseph Young, this creative colossus married nearly 1,500 colored glass cubes with a glass bell carillon to create deeply dreamlike spectacles. Tonight's iteration also features the Bob Baker Marionette Theater, Jherek Bischoff's Quartet, Dublab DJs and Reggie Watts, with the extra added artistic dimension of odors from the Institute for Art and Olfaction. Fletcher Bowron Square, North Main and West Temple streets, downtown; Fri., Oct. 19, 6 p.m.; free, RSVP required. (213) 473-7014, eventbrite.com/e/triforium-fridays-night-1-tickets-50452314230/.
Everything old is new again and everything wrong is right again at tonight's