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Thursday, June 6, 2019

LA Links: Glow-in-the-Dark Ramen, $2 Saved, More Scares & July 4th Fireworks

 -Glow-in-the-Dark Ramen

Enjoy a new pop-up that will serve glow-in-the-dark ramen this July. We suggest snagging a ticket now as it does seem to sell out in other cities it visited. Pricey too, $83-$158 per person.

"The Nakamura-ke Mobile Kitchen is a mobile dining experience showcasing high-end glow-in-the-dark food and cocktails created by award-winning chefs and designers.

Unlike a typical bar or club, the Nakamura-ke {House of Nakamura} is a totally immersive dining experience including theatrics, storytelling, art, and folklore."

-I Like Scary Movies Experience Extends Through July 14th

You have more time to take selfies at the I Like Scary Movies Experience in LA. Share images of yourself in Beetlejuice and Nightmare on Elm Street.

-Save 2 bucks on Miracle Mile Museums

"Beginning Friday, June 7, 2019, visitors will be able to receive a $2 discount on general admission when visiting more than one museum on the same day. The joint venture will take place among the Craft Contemporary, the museum at the La Brea Tar Pits, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and the Petersen Automotive Museum.

To take advantage of this opportunity, guests must show a receipt or ticket from any of the participating Miracle Mile museums when visiting another participating museum, and a $2 discount will be applied. The visits must take place on the same day for the discount to be applicable."

- Universal Studios Hollywood Celebrates Independence Day with Its First-Ever July 4th Fireworks Spectacular

"Universal Studios Hollywood lights up the night sky with its first-ever July 4th fireworks celebration, inviting guests to enjoy a spectacular aerial display that will take place in multiple locations within the theme park.
This exciting new addition is included in the price of admission to Universal Studios Hollywood.

As the spirit of Independence Day sweeps across the theme park, guests can toast the day by enjoying the theme park’s many popular rides and attractions, before the festive pyrotechnics extravaganza, synchronized to a score of Universal-themed music and patriotic favorites, begins at 9:30pm."

June 28–December 1
4357 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles
CA 90010

OBSIDIAN LADDER, the first large-scale solo exhibition in the United States by Bolivian American artist Donna Huanca, will reveal a new topography of triggered senses in MAF’s 13,000-square-foot Theater Gallery, combining sound, scent, and live performance. These elements will be experienced together against a constellation of carved steel sculptures and skin paintings. Every Saturday, painted femme models inhabit the gallery as part of a direct intervention of a space formerly relegated to a secret order of men, creating a poetic gesture commenting on societal imbalances and injustices.

-Mad Max: Fury Road + Fireworks
Wednesday, July 3rd 
Hollywood Forever Cemetery / $38
gates 7:15 / movie at 9

E.T. + Fireworks
Thursday, July 4th
Hollywood Forever Cemetery / $38
gates 7:15 / movie at 9