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Weekend Events ~ April 12th-15th 2007

11:45 AM PDT on April 12, 2007

Joe Bravo

Thursday, April 12th

BENT Festival. Do you like music made from bent circuitry from children's toys and other low-tech noisemakers? Then you already know about the BENT fest, which is at Il Corral, 662 North Heliotrope Drive , Los Angeles , 90004 at 9pm tonight. More info here.

Tristan Project, Act 1. The LA Philharmonic does something unique and cool with the Tristan Project, at the Disney Concert Hall, 111 S. Grand Avenue , Los Angeles , 90012 at 8pm. The cheapest tix are $39.

Very Be Careful are at the Echo, 1822 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, 90026.

Ted Leo will be in town with his hard rockin' Pharmacists at the El Rey, 5515 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, 90036. He'll be there Friday night as well.

Friday, April 13th

First Annual Subtitle Film Festival sounds pretty cool, they will showcase 9 cutting edge feature films from Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Singapore, and Thailand. It all starts at 4:30 at MPARK4 Theatres at 3240 Wilshire Blvd. , Los Angeles , 90010. More info here.

Saturday, April 14th

Ultraluxx club night at the Mountain Bar in Chinatown. Electrocute and Lady Tigra will be performing. Doors at 10pm. 473 Gin Ling Way , Los Angeles , 90012. More information at their website.

The Shins, Lily Allen, and more will be at a KCRW event at the Gibson Amphitheatre, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, 91608

Sunday, April 15th

Diggin' is a Sunday afternoon chill out session at Tribal Cafe featuring resident DJ’s spinning jazz moods, outward grooves, and soulful sounds. 1651 W. Temple St. , Los Angeles , 90026

Tortilla Art and more from Joe Bravo. Bravo has become quite well known for his painting on tortillas. He says: "I use the Tortilla as a Canvas because it is an integral part of the Hispanic Culture and my heritage. For the subject matter of my tortilla paintings, I use imagery that is representative of Latinos, conveying their hopes, art, beliefs and history. As the tortilla has given us life, I give it new life by using it as an art medium." 125 Paseo de la Plaza, #300, Biscailuz Building [Olvera Street] , Los Angeles , 90012 More info here.

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