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Weekend Events ~ Los Angeles

12:16 PM PST on January 25, 2008


Indecline ~ Hollywood

Well, look who's back! It's our old friend Weekend Events. Well, at least for now. Once it gets to drinking, we don't know when it will suddenly "go out for cigarettes" only to disappear completely for weeks, never calling, writing, or sending money. Don't let a little rain scare you, SoCal, there's a lot of cool stuff to do this weekend, so don't dawdle in bed too long while the streets flood. Have fun, and be safe!


Friday January 25th

The Bagavagabonds Art Explosion: Pop @ Electric Pacific Lofts ~ 601 S. main ST. L.A., CA 90014 ~ Tons of art for $50 or less, DJs, 5 for 50 film festival, interactive art, dance party, silk screening, photo booth, video booth, tom foolery and more ~ $10, free for artists ~ RSVP to ~ 8pm

Talib Kweli @ House of Blues ~ West Hollywood


Saturday January 26th

Young Native Voices Festival @ The Autry ~ 4700 Western Heritage Way L.A. CA 90027 ~ See the work of teenage composers and playwrights who have been participating in the center's program to develop and produce works by young Native Americans while exploring their heritage with professional mentors ~ Free ~ Reservations requested @ 323-667-2000 ext. 354 ~ 2-4pm

The Heart of Darkness Saves America @ M Bar ~1253 N. Vine St. Hollywood, CA 90038 ~ Killer, dark comedian troupe. Spider Goats, Prayer, Iraq for Sale, Zeitgeist, Prison Camps, go 9/11! ~ $8 ~ 10pm


Sunday January 27th

Love LA @ Boulevard 3 ~ 6523 W. Sunset W. Hollywood, CA ~ Designed for anyoe and everyone interested in exploring their sexual horizons in a fun, dignified, and beautiful environment. Presenting the finest retail products, seminars, performances, and retailers ever in one place without the in-your-face sexuality common at other adult events ~ 11am-7pm ~ $25 adv, $35 at door

I Want to be an Evil Businessman/Why Creatives Fail at Business @ Art Center ~ 950 S. Raymond Ave. South Campus Pasadena, CA 91104 ~ One day seminar introducing "creative types" to the fundamentals of business success in 3 easy steps: life branding, business planning, and a simple money management system for creatives. ~ 12:30-5:30pm

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