Monday, August 24, 2009

Things to do this weekend

Guess what rolling into Pasadena this Friday, this F*ing truck, time to play some Halo ODST. You know swag will be there.
8/28 Hastings Village 3401 E. Foothill Blvd. Pasadena CA 91107 12-8 pm . Near the Gamestop.

When:Fri, September 4, 7:30pm – 11:00pm
Where:Melt Gallery inside Meltdown Comics, 7522 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90046 Description :The Return of the FUN Gallery!DJ Angelus Bailey will be rocking old school disco, soul funk, eighties dance and rap. Drinks will be provided by Asahi Beer, San Antonio Winery, and Tibetan Tea. Food will be available by the renowned Los Angeles Kogi BBQ truck
Orgies And The Meaning Of Life
Laemmle's GRANDE 4-PLEX345 S. Figueroa St.Downtown LA, 90071213-617-0268
There will be a q&a with filmmaker and cast following the 7:10 pm Friday and Saturday shows
Summer BBQ at Golden Apple Sat between 1-3

Sat 29 7 t0 11
Gallery Nucleus is excited to be hosting “SWEET STREETS,” a fanciful exhibition that will take inspiration from the Japanese fashion subculture. Rather than follow trends, the youth of Japan have blazed a fashion movement. By mixing old with the new while customizing and combining the homemade with designer labels, their looks result in the unexpected and avant-garde. Art-inspired fashions and fashion-inspired art is one of the most creative symbiotic relationships of our generation. Co-curated by CARO and sponsored by Hi-Fructose magazine, over 40 artists will contribute to this event in celebrating imagination and originality.Event Features:
Free exhibition music samplers to the first 100 attendees.
Dress up to receive 15% off select store merchandise.
Artist & 'Harajuku' models in attendance.
Music from the streets of Tokyo.
Free refreshments provided by Kirin Beer & Takara Sake USA Inc.
Free snacks served.
Admission is free.

disregard Saturdays off the 405 thats not this week.

Seventh Moon a new hooror move premiere with the director and cast at the Egyptian this Sunday
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SEVENTH MOON, 2008, Lionsgate, 87 min. Director Eduardo Sanchez (THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT) helms his latest unnerving chiller. Melissa and Yul (Amy Smart and Tim Chiou), Americans honeymooning in China, happen upon the exotic "Hungry Ghost" festival that honors spirits in the market of a small town. But as night falls, they find themselves abandoned by their driver in a remote village, and soon realize the legends are all too real. Plunged into an ancient custom they cannot comprehend, the couple must find a way to survive the night of the Seventh Moon. "The other highlight is the creature design. Simple and uncomplicated…From a distance they echo the monsters of THE DESCENT or perhaps the Morlocks of H.G. Wells’ TIME MACHINE -- Fearsome, formidable and ultimately terrifying despite their relative familiarity -- hats off to the FX crew at Spectral Motion for demonstrating that even pasty Asian ghosts can get a startling upgrade given the right light." – Discussion following with director Eduardo Sanchez, actress Amy Smart and cast and crew members (TBD).

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