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Put Yourself In Los Angeles ~ Nov. 6th

“Put Yourself in Los Angeles” opens this Friday night at East Side Café. Artists on the bill include Bibs Moreno, Kelsey Henderson, Jessica Golden, Patty Garcia and Sofia Y. Baca. Between the 5 artists their individual styles and viewpoints will be expressed in unique ways through their pieces for the night. Two great bands hailing from Los Angeles by the names of Strangers and Red Tape will also be performing for the opening. This event is something you definitely want to add to your things to do this Friday night. Put yourself in and support local artists representing Los Angeles.Scroll down for a preview of the show!

Opening Night : Friday November 6th
East Side Café
5469 Huntington Drive N.
Free! All ages event
7pm-Midnight
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