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May 28-30. Celebrate music, the arts and the work of local artisans at the 38th annual Topanga Days. Spend the weekend listening to live music on three stages while discovering art, jewelry and clothing from local artisans. I went last year and enjoyed every moment, great interesting people to barter with. Fantastic food, make sure…

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City of Angels Wine Fest

Set your sights east, downtown, that is, to the second annual City of Angels Wine Fest to toast those who gave their lives serving our country. You’ll be able to make multiple tributes, since reps from 24 California wineries will be pouring, including San Antonio, Alma Rosa, Wilson Creek, Hunt Cellars, Pali Wine Co., Flora…

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Choosing Something New For Vacation

When you are planning your family vacation, there are so many things to consider. Where do you want to go? What do you want to do? These are the questions that I asked myself when I was planning our family vacation. I decided on Los Angeles as our destination. We had never been before and…

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LACMA Presents Tim Burton, A Major Retrospective

Taking inspiration from pop culture, fairy tales and gothic traditions, Burbank-born film director Tim Burton has a darkly whimsical style all his own. The Resnick Pavilion at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents Tim Burton, an exploration of the film director’s creative work in film and beyond, from May 29-Oct. 31. More than…

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Southern Brunch at Whist

Sundays. The South hits the Pacific coast at Whist’s new southern brunch. Executive Chef Tony DiSalvo dishes out down-home cooking with a crisp, contemporary twist, such as house-cured cajun shrimp, green tomato salad and biscuits & gravy. Great place to start your Los Angeles tour plans, especially when looking for a luxurious place to dine…

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22nd Annual Silent Film Gala

May 22. See two Charlie Chaplin movies with a live orchestra. The scores for A Dog’s Life (1918) and Shoulder Arms (1918) were written by Chaplin and adapted for live performance by Timothy Brock. A fun time to be had while you tour LA. The evening will also include Walt Disney’s 1927 short Trolley Troubles…

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May 20–22. This art and cultural event in Venice offers walking tours of artists’ studios and docent-led architecture tours of private residences, plus auctions peddling the work of emerging local artists and a pop-up print gallery. A very fun place to be, always surrounded by a great atmosphere that’s hard to describe while in Venice,…

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Paris: Life and Luxury

A new gallery opened in the Getty filled with paintings, sculptures, fashion, furniture, musical instruments and books that explore the 18th-century Parisian home. A very unique and well worth checkin’ out on your tour of Los Angeles. The Getty Center has always had great installments, really looking forward to something new. Every week Tuesday, Wednesday,…

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Skirball Cultural Center Salutes Harry Houdini

The Skirball Cultural Center salutes the life, career and influence of enigmatic magician and escape artist Harry Houdini (pictured) in Houdini: Art and Magic. A great exhibit showcasing something unique, definitely must check out during your tour of Los Angeles. The first major exhibition to explore Houdini’s life and legacy features more than 150 artifacts,…

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The Clock

May 16-17. West Coast premiere of artist Christian Marclay’s The Clock, a 24-hour single-channel montage constructed from thousands of moments of cinema and television history depicting the passage of time. Marclay has excerpted each of these moments from their original contexts and edited them together to create a functioning timepiece synchronized to local time wherever…

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