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Weekend Events ~ Los Angeles

12:24 PM PDT on July 16, 2009

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Friday, July 17

Midnight Ridazz ~ bike rides ~ FREE

Saturday, July 18

Nothin' But Sand Beach Cleanup w/ Heal the Bay @ Dockweiler Beach (@ Imperial) ~ 11401 Vista del Mar; Playa del Rey ~ 10am-12noon

The Big Parade @ Chango Coffee Shop ~ 1559 Echo Park Ave. ~ The Big Parade is a two-day walk through Los Angeles that will start in downtown, at the famous Angel's Flight Stairway, and finish with six stairways leading up from Beachwood Canyon to the Hollywood Sign. The walk will cover approximately 40 miles and 135 stairways, and will include a camp-out at the mid-point, the famous Music Box Stairs - site of the Oscar-winning Laurel & Hardy film of the same name - in Silverlake. ~ 11am ~ FREE

SFTS presents: Photography Soup @ The Downtown Independent ~ 'Art Soup' is a Summer Time Fun Society happening; an aesthetic mixer involving some of L.A.'s freshest creative minds. Our mission is to combine art pieces, sounds and visions into an "Art Soup" that any individual can and will ultimately enjoy, or benefit from. Our 'Art Soup' events give these fresh young artists a forum in which they can gain exposure in an art arena that isn't bound by the  bureaucracy of the L.A. art scene. The events motivate an apathetic generation to create. It brings real art to those who are looking for it. ~ 252 S. Main St. ~ $5.00

Pasadena Critical Mass @ Memorial Park ~ 10am ~ FREE

Sunday, July 19

Know The Ledge presents The Holy Grail @ The Holy Grail Store ~ Consignment Drive & Party; help The Holy Grail rebuild after the looting ~ 604 W. Pico Blvd. ~ 12pm-6pm ~ FREE

Zap! Pow! Bam! The Superhero: The Golden Age of Comic Books, 1938-1950 @ Skirbal Cultural Center ~ An assortment of rare, never-before exhibited artwork, books and interactive displays from the early years of American comic books, tracing back the origins of such icons as Superman, Batman, Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman and Captain America. ~ 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd. ~ thru August 9 ~ $10.00

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