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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Weekly What To Do: Bach, St. Patrick's Day & Mike Tyson

Pop-Up Barbershop in Union Station
Thursday, March 16th
11:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m
Union Station Los Angeles
800 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, California 90012
On Thursday, March 16th Union Station will partner with Svelte Barbershop + Essentials to host a Pop-up Barbershop in its historic Waiting Room, a nod to the classic shop that once thrived at the station following its opening in 1939. From 11:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m visitors, travelers and commuters through the station will experience a modern twist on the golden age of barbershops with either a classic haircut or hot towel shave for just $25.00, expertly executed by one of two master barbers. To elevate the experience, patrons can enjoy a drink from a pop-up bar on the Traxx indoor patio.

Prevenge (with Alice Lowe in person!)
Thursday, March 16th
611 N. Fairfax Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90036
Free, Must RSVP 

That voice in your head is your baby and it's asking you to kill people! Silly, murderous fun!
Additional screenings of Prevenge

Friday, March 17th at MIDNITE
Saturday, March 18th at MIDNITE
Sunday, March 19th at MIDNITE
Monday, March 20th at 10:30pm
Tuesday, March 21st at 10:30pm
Wednesday, March 22nd at 10:30pm
Thursday, March 23rd at 10:30pm

"Don't Cry, Mac" Art Show
A Tribute To Mike Tyson's Punch Out!!
Opening Reception March 17th 7pm-9pm
on display until April 1st
G1988 (West)
7308 Melrose Ave

WTF? Just on Mike Tyson's Punch Out! We're assuming Mike Tyson will be there just for this opening night.

March 17-26
The Dolby Theatre 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028
Individual Tickets:
$30 to $72 for Paley Members
$40 to $90 for General Public
More options available 

Produced by The Paley Center for Media, PaleyFest is the must-attend, pop culture event that celebrates television’s most acclaimed series. This year’s Festival takes place March 17-26 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, and brings fans together with the stars and creative minds behind their favorite TV shows, giving them access to special screenings, exclusive conversations, behind-the-scenes scoops, and breaking news.

The Halal Guys Glendale Grand Opening!
Friday, March 17
The Halal Guys (Los Angeles, CA)
201 N. Brand Boulevard Suite 110, Glendale, California 91203
The hype is real, it's delicious!
"The FIRST 1000 PEOPLE in line at our Grand Opening Event will have the chance to win FREE exclusive swag! NOT ONLY THAT - there will be 10 EXTRA lucky guests that will win FREE HALAL GUYS FOR A MONTH!!"

The Video Games
Mar. 17th @ 11:00 pm
Performances at The Complex
6476 Santa Monica Blvd.

THE VIDEO GAMES is an audience interactive comedy with loads of stage combat that places popular video games characters against one another in a Hunger Games esque battle to the death. The audience gets to vote for their favorite characters using their smartphones, interacting with actors and live voting during the show.

Great Horror Movie Night: Leprechaun (Original)
Friday, March 17, Doors open at 6:00PM
Griffith Park Old Zoo
4730 Crystal Springs Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027
$17.00 - $25.00

St. Paddy's Day Special Bad Movie Night: Leprechaun in the hood
Friday, March 17
Geeky Teas & Games
2120 w magnolia blvd, Burbank, California 91506
 *21 years old and over.
 It's Saint Patrick's Day and we have a special bad movie night for you; Leprechaun in the hood!

St. Patrick Swayze Day Double Feature! 
Fri, Mar 17, 7:30pm
Egyptian Theatre 6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90028


They Call Me Jeeg
Starts March 17

*For the otaku

A take on the concept of a Japanese superhero if it took place in Italy and was less a superhero and more of a criminal. Filmmaker Gabriele Mainetti will introduce and participate in a Q&A after the 7:10 PM screening at the NoHo on Saturday, March 18.

Saturday Mar 18, 6 PM - 9 PM

A Shop Called Quest
300 s. Santa fe, Los Angeles, California 90013
"From Cupcakes to Sword wielding tigers with Uzis and Ice Creams...another Massachusetts connection when @andrewmaclean joins us next Saturday at #ASCQDTLA!!! If you're not familiar check out #HeadLopper and @laserwolfattack [Which we will be hosting a pop up on Saturday night!!!!"

Bach in the Subways L.A.
March 18-21
Throughout Los Angeles

Free pop-up performances of Bach's music March 18-21 throughout Los Angeles, Universal City, Claremont, and Glendale.

Saturday Mar 18, 2:00 PM (ends at 8:00 PM)
The Echo, enter through the alley at 1154 Glendale Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 
"Join your fellow Pottheads across the country for the official day-drinking and mingling destination for witches, wizards, squibs and magical creatures alike."

Carnival of Carnage Triple Feature! KILLER KLOWNS Filmmakers In Person!
Sat, Mar 18, 7:30pm
Egyptian Theatre 6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90028

Discussion following the first feature with KILLER KLOWNS director Stephen Chiodo, producers Charles Chiodo and Edward Chiodo, composer John Massari and editor Chris Roth. Introduction to BLOOD HARVEST by special effects artist Patrick Cannon.

L.A. Nature Fest

March 18 and 19 
9:30 am – 5 pm
Natural History Musuem
Admission to muesum
Adults $12
Special family activities at the Natural History Museum. 

WHAT WILL GROW? Solo Exhibition by Susie Ghahremani
GR2 Gallery 2062 Sawtelle Blvd LA, CA 90025 424-246-7626
March 18 - April 5, 2017
Reception / Signing March 18 - 6:30-10pm

Susie Ghahremani will be showing all of the original paintings from her picture book What Will Grow? We will have copies on hand. Susie will be signing copies of her book and will also feature a new pin design.

Sunday March 19, 2017
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Huntington Beach Central Park Bandstand
7111 Talbert Ave. behind the HB Central Library

The Huntington Beach Cherry Blossom Festival features Japanese dance, music, food, cultural exhibits, arts, crafts and games. And to watch the cherry blossoms fall, duh.