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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Things to do this weekend in LA

Other than watching funny scary movies at Screamfest going to the West Hollywood book fair the choices get kind of strange

The first ever Long Beach Comicon starts this Friday. It might be fun it might be boring. They have some comic book artist showing off as well as some nice exhibitor, I'm just afraid no one is going to show up. If yuo live close to Long Beach I definetly check it out for a day.

Guest so far are Jeff Scott Campbell, Mike Choi, Amanda Conner, Geoff Johns, Jeph Loeb, Dustin Nguyen, Philip Tan, Alex Sinclair, Jimmy Palmiotti
Yelp says theses people are coming

If your still in Long Beach check out the Halloween Costume & Vintage Clothing Fundraising Sale Launch Party it doesnt't sound that fun, but it let's u get early dibs on costume material. It's 10 bucks but it goes to charity.

Wow, Gay Day at Disneyland it happens every year like leather day, single parent day, and other weird days Disney has no control over at disneyland

Artist: Chen Qiulin
Free art for everybody! Actually most museums in LA and Orange County are completly free this weekend, I have no idea why , but who cares get you gluttus maximus to a gallery or museum and get some culture that won't grow in your toes.

Armory Center for the Arts - Both Days
The Autry National Center - Sunday, October 4th ONLY
Bowers Museum - Sunday, October 4th Only
California African American Museum - Both Days
California Heritage Museum - Saturday, October 3rd Only
California Science Center - Both Days
Craft and Folk Art Museum - Both Days
Fowler Museum at UCLA - Both Days
The Getty Center - Both Days
The Getty Villa**- Both Days
The Grammy Museum at L.A. Live - Sunday, October 4th Only
Hammer Museum at UCLA - Sunday, October 4th Only
Japanese American National Museum - Saturday, October 3rd Only
Los Angeles Fire Department Museum and Memorial - Saturday, October 3rd
The Museum of Contemporary Art,Los Angeles (MOCA) - Sunday, October 4th Only
Museum of Latin American Art (MoLAA) - Both Days
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County - Sunday October 4th Only
Norton Simon Museum - Sunday, October 4th Only
Orange County Center for Contemporary Art - Both Days
Orange County Museum of Art - Both Days
The Paley Center for Media - Both Days
Santa Monica Museum of Art - Saturday, October 3rd Only
Skirball Cultural Center - Sunday, October 4th Only
The Studio for Southern California History - Both Days

Soundwalk just sounds cool.

Yelp says -Taking place within the Arts District of Downtown Long Beach, SOUNDWALK is an annual art event, produced by the Long Beach artist group FLOOD. Sound art located throughout the area, indoors and outdoors, will encompass a wide range of work that will integrate visual, performative and aural elements. Included will be sculptures, environments, performances and installations, both interactive and passive
so head down there once again if you getting out of the Long Beach Comic-Con because apparently it's there also.

I have no idea what the Moon Festival is about maybe I'll head over to learn what it's about.

Sat. Oct 3

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