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March 19-Apr. 24. The Vs. Theatre Company explores what would happen if you were suddenly faced with the now-or-never chance to leave your spouse for your lover, with no messy strings attached. Michelle Clunie (Queer as Folk) and Johnny Clark star in the L.A. premiere of The Mercy Seat, Neil LaBute’s caustically funny examination of…

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L.A. Conservancy: Hughes Aircraft Company Tour

Hangar on to Yourself — You’ve Never Seen Toy Sheds Like These! Aviation buffs, aspiring industrialists and anyone fascinated with SoCal crackpottery should delight in the L.A. Conservancy’s one-time-only tour of the former Culver City campus of the Hughes Aircraft Company. Almost never open to the public, the site, now known as the Hercules Campus,…

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The Man With F.E.E.E.T.

Who needs 3-D movies when there’s View-Master? Those popular kids toys of the 1960s and ’70s — kind of like binoculars into which you inserted circular slide strips to see pictures in 3-D — are back as the centerpiece of a live stage show. Eric Drysdale’s The Man With F.E.E.E.T. brings to life the unreal story…

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PHOTO: The Sign

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Date Night at The Americana

Huge downtown Glendale hot spot with Main Street, U.S.A., atmosphere and trolley from the creators of The Grove. Ninety stores and dining options. Boutiques include a Tiffany & Co. concept store, Kate Spade and Kiehl’s; other draws include Barneys CO-OP and Pacific Theatre cinema. This area is among the more than casual hubbub for Los…

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Fest at Fresheast in West Hollywood

Fresheast is a new fast-casual Asian concept in West Hollywood featuring the flavors of Korea, China, Thailand, India and Japan. The semicircular space is splashed in eye-popping colors representing the various nations; birdcages hang from a coffered, tile-inlaid ceiling. Chef Jonathan Schwichtenberg uses organic ingredients and for the most part eschews butter, salt and nuts;…

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Rose Bowl Flea Market

The second sunday of every month, the flea market heads to the rose bowl. The Rose Bowl Flea Market is a southern California legend. Up to 20,000 bargain hunters, including celebrities and interior designers, flock to the Rose Bowl Stadium each month to peruse more than 2500 booths full of antiques, vintage clothing, and every imaginable…

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Beaches in LA

Here’s a list of my favorite beaches in LA;  each one different enough to give you that unique experience. Belmont Shore Along Ocean Boulevard, from 54th Place to Belmont Pier, Long Beach. Wide and sandy; on-site dog beach. Dockweiler State Beach 12501 Vista del Mar, Playa del Rey. Near LAX. Wide expanse of beach: 3.7…

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Spa Luce

Tucked away in the heart of activity in L.A. is the tranquil respit of Spa Luce. At the tip of the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel the spa offers a wide range of treatments and facilities that include eucalyptus-infused steam rooms, and sparkling rooftop pool. The 6400-square-foot, state-of-the-art spa features personalized treatments, celebrity-inspired pampering and top-of-the-line beauty…

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Truckit Fest

March 6. Thirty-five food trucks, 200 local designers and artisans, live music, DJ’s and more. 11 am–5 pm. Great food, great music, insta-good time. Something that should be enjoyed during an LA tour. Get some friends and eat up, these days don’t come often. Parking $8–$15. Union Station, downtown, 866.966.9495 Tickets Prices: General Admission: $5…

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