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Weekend Events ~ January 18 – 21 2007

Thursday January 18th


Focus on Female Film Directors @ The Egyptian Theatre ~ 6712 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA ~ 7 Short films by directors like Jennifer Aniston & Andrea Buchanan, Zoe Cassavettes, and Grace Lee 7:30PM ~ $10


Central Second Collective's Fundraiser @ The Echo ~ 1822 Sunset Blvd. Echo Park, CA 90026 ~ Featuring Death to Anders w/ One-Trick Pony, Anchors for Architects, and Die Rockers Die ~ 8:30 PM ~ $5


Los Abandoned @ Amoeba ~ 6400 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028 ~ "LOS ABANDONED are leading the new wave of pomo, post-punk, Latino L.A." - Josh Kun, SF Bay Guardian/Boston Phoenix ~ 7PM ~ Free


Kabara Soul @ The Ford Theater ~ 2580 Cahuenga Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90068 ~ "Set in the seedy underworld of a fantastical Oriental port in the 30’s, KABARA SOL is the hallucinatory weaving of three lives: an opium kingpin, a drug-addled chanteuse, and the deformed amnesiac with powerful attachments to both. KABARA SOL is a spellbinding fable of murder and redemption and uses masks and ritualized dance to create a spiritual theatrical event that serves as an exorcism of evil." ~ Thurs, Fri, Sat @ 8PM, Sun @ 7PM ~ $20 Gen./$15 for students.

Friday January 19th


16th International L.A. Photographic Art Expo @ Santa Monica Civic Auditorium ~ 1855 Main St. Santa Monica, CA ~ Friday-Sunday ~ Noon-6PM ~ $20


Marissa Chibas: Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary @ Redcat Theater in Disney Concert Hall ~ 631 W. 2nd St. Los Angeles, CA 90012 ~ 8:30 PM Thurs-Sat./ 3:30PM Matinee on Sun. $10-24 ~ Ends Sunday


Ninja Academy w/ 8-Bit & The Mormons @ The Echo ~ 1822 Sunset Blvd. Echo Park, CA 90026 ~ 8:30PM ~ $8


Quetzal @ Temple Bar ~ 1026 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica, CA ~ 11:00PM ~ $12

Saturday January 20th


The Burning House ~ Faile, Swoon, & Dave Ellis @ New Image Art ~ 7908 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90046 ~ Through February 24th ~ Weds-Sat. 1-6PM


Supercross @ Angel Stadium ~ 2000 Gene Autry Way Anaheim, CA 92806 ~ Races start at 7PM ~ $15-70 ~ (Pit Party ~ 12:30-5:30PM ~ $10)


Puzzles Art Show @ Silver & Grey Gallery ~ 1354 S. Grand Ave. Downtown Los Angeles, CA 90015 ~ Twenty artists unite under one roof for an intimate and colorful engagement filled with juicy art, a super stellar vibe and a unique spectrum of contagiously delicious beats. On display will be 80 original works of art brought to you by an electric selection of graffiti, fine art and graphic artists from all over Los Angeles ~ Opening w/ DJs n' booze: 7-11PM


Bring Me the Head of... @ Anna Hewling Gallery ~ 2766 S. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, CA ~ Art by local multimedia artist Mario Ybarra ~ Through February 22nd ~ Opening: 6-8PM


The Dirtiest Sketch in Los Angeles Contest @ Upright Citizen's Brigade Theater ~ 5919 Franklin Ave. Los Feliz, CA ~ Contestants in "THE DIRTIEST SKETCH IN LA" CONTEST are given a 3-minute time limit to perform sketches as filthy, dirty, outrageous, bizarre, surreal and crude as comically possible! Send an email to with the SUBJECT HEADING reading, “DIRTY.” ~ 12Am Midnight ~ $5

Sunday January 21st

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The Smothers Brothers @ Cerritos Center for Performing Arts ~ 12700 Center Court Drive Cerritos, CA 90703 ~ 3PM ~ SRO ~ Heh heh, remember when Dick Smothers' son became a porn star?


What The Deuce Are You Staring At!?! @ The Museum of Television and Radio ~ 465 N. Beverly Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210 ~ In an industry first, Fox commissioned a series of original art as a celebration of the passion of Family Guy fans and the creative spirit embodied in the show. 12-5 PM ~ Free ~ Ends Today!


Reverend Horton Heat/ Junior Brown @ The Troubador ~ 9081 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069 ~ 8:00PM ~ $25

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