The Boy and the World at Cinefamily's Animaion Breakdown.

Ale Abreu’s “The Boy and the World” at Cinefamily’s Animation Breakdown.

Sometime in the near future, you may interact with relatives.

Go Go’ers, this weekend is the calm before that storm.

This weekend is a warm, fuzzy blanket.

This weekend is your friend.

Embrace the weekend.

Cartoons for Grown-ups

There’s no better way to ease yourself into the Season of Family than by sitting in a dark room watching cartoons with strangers.  And there’s no better place to escape imminent reality feel like a kid again than Cinefamily’s Animation Breakdown.

Starting Thursday, Cinefamily offers six days of sneak previews (The Boy and the World from Brazil), premieres (The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness, Mami Sunada’s documentary about Studio Ghibli), animators (David Silverman, The Simpsons, Monsters, Inc.), dystopian childhood faves (Watership Down), classic ‘toons (Warner Brothers Loony Tunes), shorts (potential Academy Award nominee Feast), animation round-ups and more.

TV watchers of a certain age won’t want to miss the penultimate event The Music of Schoolhouse Rock Live!, which is taking place off-site at the Echoplex in Silverlake.   Respected bebop and cool jazz pianist Bob Dorough wrote and performed many of the iconic songs of the educational T.V. program (1973-1985); he’ll perform a live set of Schoolhouse Rock songs.

Just in time to wow the Thanksgiving dinner table guests with your rendition of “Naughty Number Nine”….

ANIMATION BREAKDOWNThurs, Nov 20 – Tues, Nov 25; various times.  $12 – $25Cinefamily, 611 No Fairfax, LA 90036. For tix and more info, go HERE

NOTE OFF-SITE LOCATIONTHE MUSIC OF SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK  Mon, Nov 24 @8pm — The Echoplex, 1822 Sunset Blvd., 90026 (The Echoplex is located below The Echo, enter through the alley at 1154 Glendale Blvd.)

Discovery tour 2014So Many Artists, So Much Time….

“Change is in the air” is the theme for the 22nd Annual Arroyo Arts Collective Discovery Tour.

Temps have dropped to a balmy, autumnal mid-70’s degrees, which makes the prospect of checking out 100+ artists in work studios, eclectic homes and historical buildings in Northeast Los Angeles a walk in the park: Highland Park and Glassell Park, that is, as well as Eagle Rock, Mt. Washington and environs.

Actually, there’s minimal walking involved on Saturday; it’s a self-guided auto tour with shuttle busses available to select stops.

The “change” theme may also refer to the inclusion — for the very first time — of the venerable Southwest Museum: a fixture of the creative community that was the center of L.A.’s early 20th century Arts and Crafts movement.

Load up early on Xmas gifts for yourself and others that you love.  Chat with and buy directly from artists;  in addition to paintings, drawings, prints and fiber art, you’ll find hand-crafted musical instruments, wearable art, and unique jewelry pieces.

Bonus!  Many of the venues offer free wine and food for browsers and buyers.

Think of it as Santa’s workshop(s) for sophisticates….

22ND ANNUAL ARROYO ARTS COLLECTIVE DISCOVERY TOURSat, Nov 22, 9:30am – 5pm. $10 in advance; $15 at the door — Tour begins at the Lummis Home, 200 E. Ave. 43, Highland Park, 90031.  For tix and more info, go HERE.

Put some jelly on that poem....

Put some jelly on that poem….

Variety Show of the Mind

Instead of bowling balls, the intrepid souls of Tongue & Groove juggle something much more ephemeral: words.

This Sunday, Conrad Romo’s monthly literary variety show at Hotel Cafe presents its last event of the year and it’s a good one.

No dancing poodles.

Steve Connell (actor, comic, poet, and motivator; private performances for Obama!) Karen Rizzo (Famous Baby, THINGS TO BRING, SH#!T TO DO), Jim BGavin ( fiction in The New Yorker, Paris Review, Esquire), poet Marsha de la O (Black Hope won the New Issues Press Poetry Prize and a Small Press Editor’s Choice Award), and Jed Myers (award-winning poet) dazzle with words both humorous and daring.

Of course there’s a full bar making it the perfect cocktail hour  show before your Hollywood dinner date and at $7, it’s the best bang for your buck  in terms of impressing a significant other.

Go early for your front ring seat.

TONGUE & GROOVESun, Nov 23, 6-7:30 pm. $7 at the door — The Hotel Cafe, 1623 1/2 No Cahuenga Blvd, Hollywood 90028.  For more info, go HERE.

More Weekend Go Go Fun

Noir-vember: UnCabaret at the Skirball – Comedy!  Noir Exhibit!  Cocktails & snacks!  Fri, Nov 21

FOUND Magazine’s Re-ignition Tour & Release Party – Found stories!  Free book with ticket!  Goodies!  Sat Nov 22

Ready? U Know U Want 2 Go Go….



vintage girl scout first aidBecause of a family illness, Ms. Go Go regrets there will be no Weekend Go Go for November 14-16th.

Stay tuned for TWO versions of The Go Go next week, however, including  a list of the best theater to entertain out-of-town guests!

We drink poetry....

We drink poetry….

Fine single malt whisky and dynamic, star-power poets at a classic Hollywood lounge?

Yes, please.

Celebrate the power of whisky and words at the Whisky & Poetry Salon’s Two Year Anniversary on WEDNESDAY, Nov 19 from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. at the Rat Pack-retro-fabulous 3 Clubs Lounge in Hollywood!

The celebration honors WritLargePress’s recent, epic DTLAB #90for90 literary pop-up at Union Station with a trio of amazing Writ Large Press
poets: Melora Walters,  Mike “thePoet” Sonksen, and a rare appearance by the allegedly retired Chiwan Choi.

Melora Walters may or may not read poetry this way.  (Melora Walters's "homage to Pina Bausch" by Christopher-Calvin Pollard)

Melora Walters may or may not read poetry this way. (Melora Walters’s “homage to Pina Bausch” by Christopher-Calvin Pollard)

Not as rare as Yeti but pretty close.

Riding the wave of pre-Whisky Fest excitement, the cheeky and erudite single malt specialist Johnnie “the Scot” Mundell will be in top form dispensing fine single malt Scotch and expert whisky education.

Finally, you will DEFINITELY want to come early/stay late to investigate the Three Clubs cocktail menu revamped by Michael J. Neff, one of the most innovative pioneers of the craft cocktail movement.

Drink poetry….

WHISKY & POETRY SALON ~ TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARYWed, Nov 19, 7 – 9:30 p.m. $34; 21+Three Clubs Lounge, 1123 Vine St, Hollywood 90038.  For tix and more info, go HERE.

Bloom and grow.

Bloom and grow.

Here’s how to multitask your enjoyment of the next two days.

Three stops.

Multiple opportunities for fun.

Also, adult libations.

It’s the carrot-not-the-stick approach to the weekend.

Even the Names are Fun.

On Saturday, the much-beloved Bloomfest returns to Downtown to celebrate the late, much-beloved Joel Bloom: unofficial mayor of the Arts District.

There will be food from many downtown fave restos and nd a pinball tournament from Eighty Two. Angel City Brewery steps up to the Downtown plate once more with a beer garden where you can relax and listen to KCRW DJs Travis Holcombe, Mario Cotto, and Marion Hodges.

Come back for the after party.

And like pretty much every square inch of the area, the beer garden will have art.

Find more art at the District Gallery, Cornerstone Theater, the American Hotel, and Art Share L.A. — the latter will have performing artists —  you can stroll through the working studios of creators like neon artist Lily Lakich, as well as Kim Abeles, Ken Marchionno and Valerie Mitchell.

If you prefer a more intimate but enriched experience,  Cartwhell Art Tours will offer four free tours of artist studios, galleries, murals and other creative spaces.  Cartwheel Art founder and Arts District resident Cindy Schwarzstein creates, produces, and leads the tours; expect  guest speakers and Arts District insiders to pop up.

Joel Bloom would be proud.

BLOOMFEST WITH CARTWHEEL ART TOURSSat, Nov 8, 11am – 11pm. Free/all agesThe Arts District, Los Angeles.  For a map and more info, go HERE.


NOW they'll be famous....

NOW they’ll be famous….

This month, the NELA Second Saturday Art Crawl is even more fun than usual.

Drink & See L.A.

Chicken Boy is waiting for you.  So are the drinks.

Saturday night, stop by Future Studio Gallery for a double whammy of quintessential Los Angeles.

Chicken Boy — the giant fiberglass status dubbed “The Statue of Liberty of Los Angeles — is hosting the Prospect Park Books launch of Drink: Los Angeles: your guide to L.A.’s most noteworthy libations whether alcoholic,  caffeinated or boba-fied. Greyhound Bar is providing the cocktails and wine; G&B serves the coffee.

Chicken Boy is also doing a little bit of crowing  to celebrate his status as local boy makes good; Barbara Thomason  immortalized the now-famous fowl in her book 100 Not So Famous Views of L.A. 

Meet the artist, meet the editors, meet Chicken Boy and his non-chicken mom Amy Inouye.

They’re ready for their close-ups.

FUTURE STUDIO GALLERYSat, Nov 8, 7pm  – 10 p.m. FREE5558 N Figueroa St.. L.A. (Highland Park) 90042.  For more info, go HERE.

Kevin Spitze paints York Boulevard

Kevin Spitze paints York Boulevard

Preview & Party

You can thank Charles Lummis.

One of L.A.’s early boosters and culture facilitators, Lummis helped encourage the blooming Arroyo Seco art scene, which is now celebrated annually with the Arroyo Arts Collective’s Discovery Tour, which lets you visit, ogle and buy art from the makers.

He was also famous for his arroyo-r9pm -attling ragers that he dubbed “Noises”.

This Saturday, plan your purchases with a preview of the Discovery Tour at Avenue 50 Studios then head to Las Cazuelas for the “After-Noise”: a free party  where the purchase of food and drink benefits the efforts of the Arroyo Arts Collective and Teatro Arroyo to establish an arts center in Highland Park.  Las Cazuela provides the yum food specials, Soundscapes provides the music;, and Golden Road Brewery provides the $4 pints of beer.

This Saturday, make some Noise.

DISCOVERY TOUR PREVIEW PARTY/AFTER-NOISE — Sat, Nov 8, 7pm-10pm (preveiew) & 9pm – midnight (After-Noise).  FREE admission — for more info, go HERE.

Avenue 50 Studio, 131 N Ave 50, LA (Highland Park)  90042

Las Cazuelas, 5707 N Figueroa, LA (Highland Park) 90042

Ready? U Know U Want 2 Go Go….

The Devil makes you do it. (Image courtesy of Jeri Batzdorff)

The Devil makes you do it.

You’ve consumed gallons of Devil’s Punch over the last month.

You’ve tripped over countless fake gravestones, several pirate swords, and a hag or two.

Your Bubbles the Clown costume has terrified all. (#gratified)

And still so much spook and scare to come.

Read on for the final Boohaha….

Love and a Lethal Weapon

Start the Halloween week countdown with a heaping cup of revenge, regret, blood lust, and rage.

No chaser.

Watch your back...

Watch your back…

This Tuesday, the New Folk Festival gets you into the spirit of Spirit Week with the 5th Annual Murder Ballads and Dark Songs.

There will be implied ghosts aplenty at the Echoplex with three acts of local musical faves singing old and new ditties about death, damnation and doomed damsels.

Best leave the moonshine at home.

MURDER BALLADS & DARK SONGSTues, Oct 28. Music at 9pm/Doors at 8pm. $11; 18+The Echoplex, 1154 Glendale, LA (Silverlake) 90026. For tix and more info, go HERE.

Vampire Va Voom

If you have demons to exorcise or a yen for SIN-tillating fun, you’ll want to snatch up tix ASAP for Night of the Vampire: the 2014 iteration of Lucha Va Voom’s Halloween violencia y sexo-travaganza.

Sexo! Violencia!  Pollo Locos!

Sexo! Violencia! Pollos Locos!

In addition to the usual buxotecas y luchadores, the comic quotient is high for the two-night Halloween hell-raiser.

Host Blaine Capatch is joined by Bobcat Goldthwaite and Dana Gould on Wednesday night; Jeff Davis (Harmontown) helps man the mic on Thursday.

All this plus  international hula hooping star Marawa Wamp (Just go with it.) and Ojito de Mal (a.k.a. Little Evil Eye).

You’ll def want to sit ringside in the “glare zone”.

LUCHA VA VOOM’S NIGHT OF THE VAMPIREWed, Oct 29 & Thur, Oct 30; 8pm/7pm doors. $40 – $75; 21+The Mayan, 1038 So Hill, LA 90015.  For tix and more info, go HERE.

Run for your lives!

Run for your lives!

E.T. Won’t be Phoning Home

On October 30, 1938, dramatist/l’enfant terrible Orson Welles and his Mercury Theater of the Air debuted War of the Worlds: a radio adaptation of H.G. Wells’s novel about Martians attacking Earth.

Reports of millions of citizens running terrified through the streets are greatly exaggerated according to recent research, but the myth lives on in infamy.

Judge the panic potential yourself this Thursday at Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater when Fake Radio recreates the War of the Worlds radio drama, which Welles intentionally wrote to mimic a news broadcast.  The Fake Radio troupe has been performing radio shows complete with period music and era-appropriate clothes, since the late 1990’s.

Wear dash-worthy shoes…just in case.

H.G. WELLS’S WAR OF THE WORLDSThurs, Oct 30 @ 8pm.  $15 – $35Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater, 4773 Hollywood Blvd, LA 90027. For tix and more info, go HERE.

Hey, Houdini!  (Photo by Creative Commons)

Does Houdini have “Bette Davis eyes”?  (Photo by Creative Commons)

Houdini, Can You Hear Me?

Harry Houdini, the “Handcuff King”, had a complicated relationships with spiritualism.

First, he believed in it.  Then, he went to great lengths to expose it as fraudulent.

Finally, perhaps to hedge his bets, Houdini instructed his devoted wife Bess to conduct a yearly séance for ten years on the anniversary of his death, which just happened to be on Halloween 1926.

Houdini — a showman to the end.

Inspired by a recording of the final 15 minutes of the final séance in 1936,  The Alchemy and  Obscura Society L.A. are hosting  Houdini’s Final Séance: an intimate, historical recreation of the event.

Seats are extremely limited for the two performance, which take place only on Halloween in a to-be-revealed “Old Hollywood” setting.

Period-appropriate libations and hors d’oeuvres are included in the ticket and guests are encouraged to dress in their 1936 Hollywood best.

You don’t want to meet Houdini in flip-flops and a Hang Ten tee.

HOUDINI’S FINAL SEANCE — Fri, Oct 31, 6-8:30pm & 9:30-midnight.  $55 — Exact Hollywood Hills location revealed after ticket sales.  For tix & more info, go HERE.

You are NOT Alone....

You are NOT Alone….

Finally, check out Ms. Go Go’s fave haunts around town; last chance for some shows!

See you on the dark side.

Alone: An Existential Haunting – Elegant.  Chilling.  Psychotic.  Also, thankfully, cocktails.  Wed 10/29 – Sat 11/1

Urban Death ~ Tour of Terror — Intimate labyrinth.  Under-your-skin horror.  Short tour/ long-lasting terror.  Fri, Oct 31 & Sat, Nov 1

Wicked Lit — Literary trilogy of chills.  Cemetery setting.  Backstage option.  Wed, 10/29 – Sat, Nov 8; no shows Mon & Tues.

Ready?  U Know U Want 2 Go Go….

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You don't really have to crawl...

Get lit.

We may be deep into spook and scare territory but man and woman cannot live by haunted house alone.

Read on for entertaining alternatives to dry ice and rotting flesh.

Well Tread

According to Wiktionary, one definition of “crawl” is “To visit while inebriated.”

This Wednesday, get drunk on words at Lit Crawl LA: NoHo.

Based on San Francisco’s wildly successful LitQuake,  Lit Crawl LA: NoHo offers Angelenos a chance to stroll the streets of the Metro-centric NoHo Arts District and check out dozens of authors, poets, storytellers and writers of all persuasions for FREE.

By the numbers, LitCrawl features 34 events in 30 locations with 3 rounds at 7 p.m, 8 p.m. and 9 p.m.  Settle in at one venue for the entire 45 minute set  or stroll and sample to customize your literary evening.

Arrive by Metro and linger outside the station for al fresco shots from a dozen poetry/spoken word/slam  artists with Avenue 50’s Poesia Para La Gente.

Indulge in a love potion with Mary Fae Smith (“Sex Poet Extraordinaire”) and Alexis Rhone Fancher (How I Lost My Virginity to Michael Cohen & Other Heart Stab Poems) at Two Erotic Poets Walk into a Sex Shop at Romantix Adult Boutique (18+).

At Tongue and Groove’s word brawls at XMA : HQ, get up close and personal with author Lara Marie Schoenhals (White Girl Problems) and actor/poet Jeremy Radin (Slow Dance With Sasquatch) courtesy of global phenomenon Literary Death Match. Local literary bruisers Jeffrey Dorchen and Mike O’Connell face off  via the Write Club.

Drown your sorrows at Po§ch with  Life is Stranger than Fiction  where high-octane Hollywood writers like Annabelle Gurwitch (I See You Made An Effort), Richard Kramer (My So-Called Life), Peter Mehlman (Seinfeld) and Stephen Toblowsky (Groundhog Day) put a comic spin on out-of-control life events.

And that’s just the first hour….

At Lit Crawl LA:NoHo, it’s all big shots…no chaser.

LIT CRAWL LA: NOHOWed, October 22, 7pm – midnight.  FREE; some venues 18+/21+Various locations.  For schedule and more info, go HERE.

Not a giant erector set....

The carnival reimagined.

Welcome to the Future

Game aficionados, science geeks, circus buffs and kids of all ages will want to grab tickets to the STEAM Carnival debuting this Saturday at Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles.

An acronym for the carnival’s focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math, the two-day tech-stravaganza features a giant game arcade,  a wearable technology fashion show, aerialists and fire breathers, a robot costume contest, “mad science” demos, a laser maze and more.

Also, a beer garden, which  may or may not help you navigate the laser maze.

STEAM Carnival is the brainchild of Two Bit Circus, a Los Angeles-based engineering entertainment company that hopes to inspire kids to create their future through STEAM disciplines.

Who knew the future was so fun?

STEAM CARNIVAL Sat, Oct 25 – Sun, Oct 26; @ 11 am – 7pm.  $20 – $80; kids under 6 FREE! — CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles, 112 E 22nd St. #10, LA 90731.  For tix and more info, go HERE.

Scream for your life at Cinefamily...

Cause of Death: Fright at Cinefamily

A Halloween Movie Quiz

Q. What is The Tingler?

A. A squirmy lobster-shaped monster that feeds on human terror and shivers your timbers….

Q. What is Percepto?

A. One of shlockmeister William  Castle more memorable Fifties gimmicks, it vibrated  theater seats to simulate a Tingler attack…on the butt.

Q, What is the Silent Movie Theater?

A. Home of The Cinefamily and the actual theater used in a major subplot of The Tingler.

NOTE: The Tingler seats may or may not have been changed.

Q. What is “Scream for Your Life“?

A. Allegedly, the only way to survive a Tingler attack.  Getting rid of your naiveté works too.

Q. What is Sunday?

A. The only night the Tingler comes to town.

Warm up those vocal cords now.

THE TINGLERSun, Oct 26 @ 7:30 p.m.  $12The Cinefamily, 611 No Fairfax, LA 90036  For tix and more info, go HERE.

Dance, dance evolution....

Dance, dance evolution….

More Weekend Go Go Fun!

LA Dance Project  – Pieces by Milliepied/Gat/Forsythe!  The gorgeous Theatre at Ace Hotel!  3 nights only!   Fri, Oct 24 – Sun, Oct 26

Halloween and Mourning Tours — 1930’s funeral!  Poison & poisonous deaths!  Raffles!  Sat, Oct 25 & Sun, Oct 26

Festival Supreme — Tenacious D!  Music! “Finest comedy acts on planet Earth”!  Circus of Death!  Sat, Oct 25

American Cinematheque Dusk-to-Dawn Horror-thon –  Seven films at the Aero!  Free food! Coffee & Monster Energy Drinks!  Sat, Oct 25

KCRW MASQUERADE — Halloween costume ball & dance party!  5 ballrooms!  21+   Sat, Oct 25

The Moth Los Angeles GrandSLAM Championship —  “Ignorance is Bliss”!  10 StorySLAM champs compete!  18+   Mon, Oct 27

Ready?  U Know U Want 2 Go Go….

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Get lit -- Bocci lighting at the WestEdge Design Fair.

Get lit — Bocci lighting at the WestEdge Design Fair.

This weekend, the weekend is on steroids.

This weekend, Thursday is the new Friday.

This weekend, the weekend spilleth over.

Just do it.

Design by the Beach

If the minor drop in temperature is triggering thoughts of dinner parties instead of barbecues, head west, young nester, to the WestEdge Design Fair.

Part trade show for design professionals, part aspirational wish list for design junkies, the four-day fair features 150 exhibitors offering the best in furniture, kitchen and bath design, outdoor furnishings and other products for the home including slinky furnishings (Foundation), jaw-dropping lighting (Bocci’s pendant globes at left), Googie-inspired design (Abel Design Company), smart  phone-programmed coffee from Denmark (Scanomat) and space age bars (Cafe Bellas).

The latter will not only dispense drinks to parched design-istas at Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar but can be purchased at the event.

Hint: the bar probably can’t be strapped on top of a Prius.

The design extravaganza kicks off Thursday night with a bash benefiting Heal the Bay.  Friday night cocktails benefit A+D Architecture and Design Museum. (Both require separate tickets).  Design panels (free with entry) include: Design for Hospitality or HomeThe Art of Entertaining in California, and Rock Star Architecture: Creative Design for Recording Artists.

In other words, more cow bells.

WESTEDGE DESIGN FAIRThurs, Oct 16 – Sun, Oct 19; various times. $20 online (includes 1-year digital subscription to Architectural Digest); $25 atd — The Barker Hangar, 3021 Airport Ave, Santa Monica 90405.  For tix and more info, go HERE.

All this and maple syrup

The Self-Explanatory Show.

Just Add Maple Syrup

Carbs + cocktails: already a genius concept.

Add underground art, body painting and emerging bands; Tom Kirlin’s breakfast and booze bash emerges hands down as one of L.A.’s best pop-up parties.

Think of it as IHOP with a cash bar and bikini models.

100+ emerging artists will exhibit; bands Animato, Strangers We Know and The Burning of Rome will keep things jumping during the two-night, all-you-can-eat flapjack fest.

Bet you can’t eat just one….

PANCAKES & BOOZE ART SHOWFri, Oct 17 & Sat, Oct 18; 8pm – 2 am.  $5 atd; 21+  LOT 613, 613 Imperial St, DTLA 90021 For more info, go HERE.

The vampire wears yellow.

The vampire wears yellow.

Death Becomes Her

Vampirism — what’s a girl to do?

If you’re Dracula’s Daughter Count Marya, you swan about looking  glamorous, flash (literally) bewitching bling, and bemoan your thirst for blood.

Also, hand out suspicious cocktails.

Elegant, atmospheric and seductive, the 1936 Dracula sequel is the perfect antidote to contemporary shlock-and-aaah! horror.

The Art Deco Society of Los Angeles thinks it’s also the perfect opportunity to examine death through the lens of Art Deco.  A pre-film presentation examines funerary relics and worldwide examples of the sort of mausoleums Count Marya would never be caught dead in.

Your Day of the Dead offerings will be SO chic.

Finally, come early for complimentary cake in honor of the Egyptian Theater’s 92nd birthday,

It’s to die for….

DRACULA’S DAUGHTER/DYING FOR DECOSat, Oct 18, 2pm (1pm for cake).  $7 – $11Egyptian Theater, 6712 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood 90028.  For tix and more info, go HERE.

The sun will shine on your Found L.A. tour.

The sun will shine on your Found L.A. tour.

Walk This Way

When was the last time you visited Pacoima?

How about Hyde Park?  Do you even know where Hyde Park is?


This Sunday, get to know the communities that make up your metropolis with FREE, neighbor-led strolls at Found L.A.   Now in its fourth year, parent non-profit L.A. Commons is organizing strolls around Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Great Streets Program, which focuses on improving significant, culturally dynamic  corridors around the city.

Check out Jazz and Latin Rhythms along Central Avenue.

Tour murals and learn about the Das Bauhaus Art Colony in Northridge.

End your day at old-world, small-batch Angel City Brewery, which is housed in the  historic John A. Roebling Building and is Downtown L.A.’s only active  brewing company.

Now that’s a Great Street.!

FOUND L.A.Sun, Oct 19; various times/locations —  For more info and to sign up for FREE tours, go HERE.

From Jane Szabo's "Sense of Self" at World Wide Art Los Angeles

From Jane Szabo’s “Sense of Self” at World Wide Art Los Angeles

More Weekend Go Go Fun

Culture Collide – Music!  Food!  Creative Summits!  Thurs, Oct 16 – Sat, Oct 18

LA Femme Film Fest –  Films by women for everyone!  Seminars!  Parties! — Thurs, Oct 16 – Sun, Oct 19

World Wide Art Show – Global art!  Parties!  Benefits Create Now!  — Thurs, Oct 16 – Sun, Oct 19

Pint-sized Beer Fest – Three breweries!  Two sessions!  Benefits Keep A Breast Foundation!  Sun, Oct 19

Vintage Fashion Expo: LA – Clothes!  Jewelry!  Shoes!!!! — Sat, Oct 18 & Sun, Oct 19

Voices of Light –  Passion of Joan of Arc silent film!  Live musical score by Richard Einhorn!  Los Angeles Master Chorale sings!  Sun, Oct 19

Ready?  U Know U Want 2 Go Go….

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