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100 Not So Famous Views Of L.A.

100 Not So Famous Views Of L.A. Barbara Thomason 2

Locals know that Los Angeles is so much more than the Hollywood sign or the Downtown skyline. There are many other views of LA, most of which only we know about and only we cherish. This idea is the subject of a new little series of works that have been compiled into a book: it’s called 100 Not So Famous Views Of L.A. by Barbara Thomason and it is a run through some of our most beloved places.

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Go See Owen Pallett At The El Rey

Owen Pallett El Rey Los Angeles

Have you seen the movie Her? It’s a undoubtedly a new LA classic film, one that shows off the city as this wondrous and somewhat utopian city. It’s well made and looks good and also sounds good too. A big part of it “sounding” good is new classicist and avant pop musician Owen Pallett‘s contributions. The Canadian composer is very talented and highly regarded and is actually coming to town next week, to play a show on September 13 at the El Rey. Are you a fan of his or curious to see what he’s all about? You’re in luck: we have a pair of tickets to the show to giveaway, courtesy of our friends over at Goldenvoice.

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LA2050, 2014

LA20150 2014

Remember last year’s Westwood Arts ReSTORE event? Well, it was one of the many LA2050 efforts to push the city forward. Guess what? It’s back! The reviewing phase is happening now and you’ll be able to vote on projects from September 2 through September 16. Winners are announced September 30!

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Deerhoof Los Angeles The Troubadour

Experimental band Deerhoof is coming to the Troubadour on November 17. They’ll be accompanied by Crystal Skulls and Go Dark, too.

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Charles Phoenix Architecture In LA

Local character Charles Phoenix wants to take you on a Downtown architecture tour on October 12. It starts at MOCA and should be fun!

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South Of Seventh Neighborhood Walk Art DTLA

September 20 will be an alternative art walk featuring Cerre, CES Contemporary, Little Big Man, and Wilding Cran. It’s the new South Of Seventh Neighborhood Walk and should be rad.

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LAXArt Art Hollywood

The great Culver City art exodus is happening and, like many, Hollywood is where it’s at. For their 10th anniversary, LAXART is moving to 7000 Santa Monica Blvd. This is exciting!

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