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Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Weekly What To Do: Morty's, Marilyn & More

Morty's Pop-Up June 18th-20th
14645 Roscoe Blvd.
Panorama City, CA 91402
June 20th

"Fans in the Los Angeles area can visit Morty’s, a weekend-long restaurant pop-up at Wendy’s Panorama City location on June 18-20. Morty’s will feature a show-inspired menu, like the Jerry’s Single, paired with an out-of-this-world experience. Navigate your spaceship or car through a custom LED drive-thru experience, receive a Rick and Morty-themed menu and be one of the lucky few to enjoy the limited-edition Pickle Rick Pickle Frosty®, a pickle twist on the iconic Vanilla Frosty®, only available at Morty’s."

To celebrate the 5th season of the show starting, June 20th was declared Global(?) Rick and Morty Day by Adult Swim. Other than the new season there's not that much to do online, but you can check out the website here.
Oh, and
Two new flavor mixes created especially for the series starting on Wednesday, June 16 at more than 5,000 Wendy’s locations through August 22, the date of the Rick and Morty season five finale.

To sweeten the deal, fans can score free delivery from Wendy’s in-app* from June 17 – July 1, no minimum purchase necessary.
Beverly Hills Tour d’Elegance
Sunday, June 20th  between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. as it travels westbound on Burton Way between San Vicente Boulevard and Rexford Drive, southbound on Beverly Drive between Lomitas Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard, and on Canon Drive between South Santa Monica and Dayton Way. Visitors are encouraged to view the tour from public sidewalks or from the outdoor seating of local restaurants and to remain appropriately distanced while watching.
The Beverly Hills Tour d’Elegance has selected 50 of the most prestigious, rare and eye-catching vehicles to take part in a rolling display through the City of Beverly Hills, allowing attendees the thrill of witnessing these unique vehicles in motion on public roads.


Sunday, June 20th 7pm
The corner of Museum Way and Belardo Road
Yes, Palm Springs is celebrating Father's Day by unveiling a giant Marilyn Monroe statue. It's had some controversy as it's being installed close to the Palm Springs Art Museum, so when people leave the museum they'll see her big ol' hiney.
 “Forever Marilyn” has, at last,  made her way back to Palm Springs, with installation slated to begin today at her new home – the corner of Museum Way and Belardo Road.

P.S. Resorts – a nonprofit organization made up of local hoteliers to promote Palm Springs toursism through events and attractions – has announced the arrival of the 26-foot sculpture by artist Seward Johnson (l930 – 2020). She will be installed onto a platform using a 60 tonne crane, with legs and skirt at the base, and following that, the torso and head will be lifted and secured into place.


Drive-In Theaters  & Indoor Theaters


Electric Dusk Drive-In