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Make Music Pasadena 150 150 admin

Make Music Pasadena

The largest free music festival in Southern California, the annual Make Music Pasadena sees the streets of Old Pasadena taken over by multiple live-music stages. Featuring a diverse array of genres, the June 18 event offers more than 100 bands on Colorado Boulevard and surrounding areas. A very fun time to be had, nothing but…

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Summer Beer Garden

Nothing says summer like a pop up beer garden. And this summer Chaya Downtown puts its own spin of a Japanese Beer Garden on the restaurant’s spacious outdoor patio. Offered every Monday through Friday from 5 pm to close, patrons can order pitchers of Kirin Beer or Asahi Dry and hard-to-find Japanese craft beers such…

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JAZZ FESTIVAL

June 11-12. The 32nd annual two-day event at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood showcases celebrated jazz giants, up-and-coming stars and festival favorites. Great place to hang out and relax while you tour Los Angeles. Festival headliners are the Chick Corea Freedom Band, George Benson, the Manhattan Transfer and Los Van Van. Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N.…

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Thread Show Los Angeles

Featuring the designs of 100 independent and local labels at below-retail prices, the annual Thread Show comes to Cooper Design Space downtown June 12. Here, attendees can peruse booths of trendsetting men’s and women’s clothing, accessories, jewelry and shoes. A place of great views, a must see while on a sightseeing tour of LA. Between…

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Celebrate Cirque du Soleil in Los Angeles

June 16, 2011 Cirque du Soleil is celebrating the upcoming debut of IRIS, A Journey Through The World Of Cinema™ at the Kodak Theatre and it’s their 27th anniversary. One of the best theatre productions of the summer will be heading to Los Angeles for the whole month of July and August! This new production…

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LACMA Presents Tim Burton, A Major Retrospective 150 150 admin

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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Skirball Cultural Center Salutes Harry Houdini 150 150 admin

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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L.A. TIMES FESTIVAL OF BOOKS 150 150 admin

L.A. TIMES FESTIVAL OF BOOKS

April 30–May 1. Lovers of lit venture to the USC campus in east L.A. for this annual event featuring readings, discussions with authors, signings and books for sale. The event also has live entertainment and a children’s area for budding bookworms. Just another fun thing to enjoy while on your sightseeing tour of LA. Free.…

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Houdini: Art and Magic 150 150 admin

Houdini: Art and Magic

As gas prices seem poised to hit $5 a gallon, we wage three wars, and only the poor and almost-poor are called upon to carry the nation’s tax burden, couldn’t we all use a little magic? If only to lower the cost of oil per barrel? Well, while we can’t wave any magic wand to…

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