Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Weekly What You Can't Do: You're Probably Protesting or Staying Inside This Week/end

Hey folks,

We at Things To Do In LA aren't happy about the current situation either (2020 Protests/ Covid-19). Though we weren't too excited on things opening up just yet as they weren't safe to us, we'll still be keeping you up to date on what you can do online.

If you guessed not a lot, you'd be right.


Saturday, June 6, 2020 
Now happening June 13th
"E3 2020 has been cancelled, but this year's PC Gaming Show will be beamed out of Los Angeles as usual, and it'll be our biggest production yet. Hosts Sean "Day[9]" Plott and Frankie Ward will return to present both pre-recorded and live segments, including world-premier trailers and developer interviews. And what's that on the horizon?"

Secret Movie Club Netflix Party South Korean masterpiece BURNING
Sat, June 6, 2020
7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Burning tells the strange, unsettling story of Jongsu, a young deliveryman, who gets asked by childhood friend Haemi to watch her cat while she’s away in Africa. When she returns, she brings with her a mysterious man named Ben who turns out to have a very unsettling/strange hobby.
 Well gang. . .let’s get the warning out at the beginning of this: Train To Busan is not going to be the feel good zombie apocalypse horror movie you’ve been looking for. Instead, it’s going to be one of the most heart racing, pulse pounding, sweat, chills, anxiety inducing “I didn’t ask to be locked into this roller coaster ride” zombie apocalypse movies you’ve ever seen.
South Korean style.

Plastic City Live Hosted by DJ Greg Hignight
Sat, June 6, 2020
8 PM – 11 PM

City Pop beats streaming on Saturday 6/6! Go back to the Showa Era with Plastic City Live, hosted by DJ Greg Hignight. Join our journey into the sparkling sounds of City Pop, Kayōkyoku hits and pioneering Japanese artists of the 70s & 80s!

Japan House Suggestion

Movie & Bites at Home | Tampopo

 “Movie & Bites” is coming to the small screen – your screen! – with a suggested ramen-themed movie and meal pairing that the whole family can enjoy. For a delightful and delicious evening, JAPAN HOUSE invites viewers to stream “Tampopo”, Juzo Itami’s iconic “ramen Western” from 1985 (available through several online streaming sites, fees apply), alongside tips on how to prepare and enjoy instant ramen at home, and an article delving into the beloved noodle’s history.