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National Public Lands Day

Los Angeles National Public Lands Day

September 27 is National Public Lands Day where volunteers from around the nation will celebrate parks. There is lots happening locally: be on the lookout for them!

Spider Pavilion!

Spider Pavilion Natural History Museum Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Natural History Museum is hosting a Spider Pavilion from September 21 through November 2. This is crazy and scary and cool.

Autumn Garden Party

Autumn Garden Party Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden is having an Autumn Garden Party this weekend, on September 20. It’s free and open to all!

LA River Boat Race!

LA River Boat Race 2014

August 30 is the LA River Boat Race. What is that? A get-out-and-do-something day on the river that will see kayakers and canoers and more having fun in our little wetland.

Free Wifi In Parks!

Free Wifi Los Angeles Parks Beachs

This is big news that you all should hear: last week, free wifi became a thing in a few LA parks. Now you can go online at Echo Park Lake, Venice Beach, Griffith, and more!

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VHS EIGHTIES HORROR prom The Devastator Los Angeles

Want something spooky and funny to do for Halloween? Well, The Devastator and the VHS Mummy are having a show called VHS 80’s Horror Prom on October 30. It’s free!

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Biran Scarf Vacation Days Hamish Robertson

Local design outfit Vacation Days has a new collection of scarves out called the Biran scarves. They’re quite beautiful! They also have a collaboration with TENOVERSIX. Check it!

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Sagrada Anenon VIA Publication Julie Niemi

VIA Publication has a great review of Los Angeles’ electrionic act Anenon’s new album SAGRADA. The album is out now and great, too.

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Twilight Of The Adventurers Narratively Zach Urbina

Local writer and LAIY contributor Zach Urbina wrote an amazing piece for Narratively about The Adventurers’ Club of Los Angeles. Fascinating local tale!

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