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Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Weekly What To Do: Moon & More

 Don't forget Father's Day is Sunday, June 19th
Writer/Director Noah Dixon
& Actor Bobbi Kitten
Saturday, June 18
Q&A after the 7:30pm show
Sunday, June 19
Q&A after the 3:00pm show
June 16 from 6pm to 9pm
Academy Museum

See the Academy Museum in a whole new light!

Join us for magic hour during our new social series. Enjoy music, gourmet snacks, and cocktails on the Dolby Family Terrace and explore the museum’s spectacular galleries after hours.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to gather with fellow film lovers.

DJs Michelle Pesce and M.O.S. will be spinning at dusk on the Dolby Family Terrace, so get ready for a get down. Vibe: Cocktail Chic!

June 17-18 Friday from 4PM to 11PM Saturday from 2PM to 11PM
701 S Catalina St
Los Angeles, CA 90005

Exclusive events within Koreatown's trendiest weekend festival!!For the 6th year, the KTOWN Night Market is returning to Los Angeles’ Koreatown for a weekend of live music performances, delicious food offerings, and trendy shopping!

Friday, June 17 (4pm - 9pm) Saturday, June 18 (12pm - 9pm)

Anaheim Gardenwalk
Free Admission
It's been a long time coming, but we're back with another full-on event! Join us for next Taste of Japan, the ultimate Japanese festival located at STC Anaheim Gardenwalk. Enjoy various Japanese culinary creations, experience Japanese pop culture, anime, cosplay, entertainment, activities, shopping and family fun! 
Fri. June 17 & Sat. June 18, 2022
The Montalbán
Horizons is a celebration of our civilization, of our music, art, philosophy and science; an optimistic vision of our future if we continue to explore Nature with humility and to value ourselves and our fellow human beings. Cox will once again be joined by award-winning comedian Robin Ince, his co-host on the BBC’s The Infinite Monkey Cage.
June 18 - July 24 Thursdays – Sundays, June 18 – July 24, 2022
- Thursday - Saturday: 6:45 p.m. and 8:45 p.m.
- Sunday: 5:00 p.m. 
Revive is an immersive Soaring '20s circus-infused dinner show and nightlife experience by Vau de Vire Society in collaboration with celebrated chef Neal Fraser (Redbird | Vibiana), taking place at the opulent Vibiana in the heart of downtown Los Angeles.

Dinner +Welcome Drink + Show - includes entry to Revive with a 4-course dinner plus passed hors d’oeuvres in the Vibiana Courtyard and a complimentary welcome drink by famed Redbird | Vibiana Bar Director Tobin Shea. (Additional beverages sold separately)

Jun 18, 5:00PM - 8:00PM
NUCLEUS FLAGSHIP 210 East Main St Alhambra CA 91801 
Director, writer, and cartoonist Graham Annable has been penning single panel cartoons of humor for the past 6 years on his @Grickle14 instagram page. With over 2000 drawings posted, Graham is publishing a second bound collection of these silly one offs.

EXHIBITION (June 18 - 19)
  • To kick off the launch of the new book, we will be hosting a one weekend only exhibition. 100 curated original illustrations from the collection will be on view and available!
  • Exhibition opens June 18 at 5pm PST
  • Art will be viewable online June 19
Saturday, June 18th
12 PM – 6 PM
 Revenge Of
3420 Eagle Rock Blvd Ste A Glassell Park, CA 90065

We are so pumped to announce the vendors for LotZilla 2!
Joining us this time is:
-Discount Cemetery @discountcemetery
-Finx Fox
-Night Cadence Studio @nightcadencestudio
-The Worn Trail @the_worn_trail
-Velvet Apparition @velvetapparition
-Cinefile Video @cinefilevideo

Valley Retro Game Swap 
Saturday, June 18th 2022, at 3 PM to 7 PM  
Game Realms 
137 N Victory Blvd Burbank, California , 91502
 Fans of NES, Sega Genesis, PlayStation (and more!) can come to buy, sell and trade games with vendors, in the Game Realms courtyard!

June 18-19
8175 Melrose Avenue Los Angeles, CA, 90046
First Come, First Served

“Making LA Marvelous” will bring New York City to Melrose Avenue as fans can enjoy interactive elements from season four including mahjong tables, a roving magician, a Coney Island photo opp, and some of New York’s favorite food and beverages.

Upon arrival visitors can step into Susie Myerson’s office, inspired by the set designed by acclaimed production designer Bill Groom. Fans will delight in the details, from Susie’s business cards and desk plaque to a working typewriter.

Pride Events on the Third Street Promenade. Events are FREE for the public

Angel City Market
Saturday, June 18 from 3 - 9 p.m.
The outdoor bazaar features hand-crafted items from LGBTQIA+ artisans, as well as Pride-themed goodies.

Dancing with Dane
Sunday, June 19 from noon - 1 p.m.
Samo PRIDE’s Dance Master, Dane Sorenson, leads the high-energy dance aerobics class Dancing with Dane, suited for all. 
June 19th 3pm and 5pm
Mt. Wilson Observatory

A hosted program of variations on the Ravel String Quartet, performed by the Salastina Music Society. Host Brian Lauritzen (KUSC) will tell stories about the composer, prompt the ensemble to play musical examples, and share why this music occupies a place in their hearts.
Hammer Openings
10899 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90024

The moon has been bound to life and consciousness since the beginning of humankind. It has served elemental and vital functions such as providing light and measuring time, but it has also influenced the more ethereal and spiritual realms of gods, myths, and magic. This exhibition operates at the crux of a lunar spectrum, between the lure and mystery of the unattainable moon and the eternal quest to conquer the moon in its material form. Drawn primarily from institutional collections in Los Angeles, the survey leads visitors through a panoply of objects dating from antiquity to the present.

Andrea Bowers, the first museum retrospective surveying more than two decades of the artist’s production, traces the entire scope and evolution of her work. Bringing together approximately 60 works as well as a trove of ephemera, the exhibition reflects Bowers’s embrace and experimentation with a wide range of mediums, including drawing, performance, installation, sculpture, video, and neon sculptures.

Multiple Locations around Hollywood
The strange, the weird, the fringe of society come out around Hollywood for plays, musicals and other types of shows. We haven't seen anything as fun as the Pokemon musical or the zombie training show in some time. There's a big selection over the many days you can see very out there shows. 
We're suggesting these two indie films
Penélope Cruz and Antonio Banderas star as two egomaniacs commissioned by a millionaire to make a movie together in this sharp comedy skewering wealth, art, and pride.
Wild Men Synopsis:
Armed only with a bow and an ensemble of animal skins, Martin sets off into the forest in a misguided attempt to overcome his midlife crisis. A chance meeting with a fugitive named Musa leads to a twisted trip through the fjords with police, drug runners, and Martin's family not far behind. As an unlikely friendship develops and wildly original set-pieces unfold, Martin's quest for manhood leads to deep and hilariously uncomfortable realizations about the presumed masculine ideal.

Monthly Record Fair featuring an “alley” of music vendors of all genres. Dublab DJs spinning from the shaded family friendly beer garden, and all your favorite Smorg food and shopping!

Smorgasburg Los Angeles
Every Sunday 
10am-4pm at @rowdtla
Free Entry, Family Friendly Beer Garden, No Pets.
Smorgasburg is the largest weekly open-air food market in America, with markets in Los Angeles attracting 50,000 people each weekend to eat from a hundred local vendors.
Largo, known for comedy shows. Grab some tickets before everything sells out. Many new shows from some of LA's top comedians. We see Bill Burr, Patton Oswalt, Pete Holmes and Sarah Silverman performing here to name a few.

2021 kayaking season runs from Memorial Day (May 31) through Labor Day weekend (September 5)
Two different Kayak companies to choose from, spend a few hours on the LA River for a strange and beautiful experience of kayaking through the city.

Street Food Cinema


Electric Dusk Drive-In
Hollywood Legion Theater