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de LaB (Design East of La Brea) Gathering 150 150 admin

de LaB (Design East of La Brea) Gathering

DESIGN Gathering Hooray for Inglewood! The balance of cultural, cocktail, foodie and fashionista power in L.A. continues its steady shift inland. Everyone knows about Downtown, Highland Park, and Koreatown, but the new star on the block, so to speak, is Inglewood. This is partly the inevitable result of artists and students getting pushed out of…

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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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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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Through March 13. Tchaikovsky held Shakespeare in the highest esteem. He even tried learning English so he could read the Bard in the original. As the result of his passion, Tchaikovsky composed three single-movement orchestral fantasies or overtures inspired by Shakespeare plays – Hamlet, The Tempest and Romeo and Juliet. At these performances each of…

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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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Photos: Fun in Hollywood

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Michael’s Market Meet-up in Santa Monica

Michael McCarty, owner of Michael’s in Santa Monica, and Mikey Stern, its chef, continue their monthly Michael’s Market Meet-Ups series March 23. Guests gather at the restaurant, known for its elevated California fare, legendary patio, art collection and wine list, for cappuccinos and house-made cinnamon buns at 8:30 am, then head to the Wednesday Santa Monica…

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Nestled beneath the San Gabriel Mountains, minutes from downtown L.A. on the Metro Gold Line, Pasadena is both charming and cosmopolitan. The Tournament of Roses and institutions such as NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology make it much more than a typical suburb. Idyllic neighborhoods are filled with Craftsman-style homes. Now…

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