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Weekend Events ~ Los Angeles

11:24 AM PST on December 14, 2006

Thursday December 14th


Love's Secret Domain: Bewitched Burlesque @ C.I.A. ~ 11334 N. Burbank Blvd. North Hollywood, CA ~ $10 ~ 9PM

Friday December 15th


Gallery Noir: Small Works ~ 2032 Stoner Ave. West Los Angeles 90025 ~ Over 100 Originals for $300 or less, live paintings, live music, installations, and more ~ 8PM-2AM ~ $7 @ the door


Blood Arm @ The Echo ~ 1822 Sunset Blvd. Echo park, CA 90026 ~ w Grand Ole Party & Manic ~ 8:30PM ~ $8

Dan the Automator, Chali 2na, Casual, and A.G. @ El Rey 5515 Wilshire Blvd. Hollywood, CA ~ 9PM ~ $20

Saturday December 16th


Las Posadas ~ El Pueblo @ Olvera Street ~ 6-8PM ~ Free ~ Candlelit procession, refreshments, cantando, pinatas ~ Through December 24th ~ (Photo by Dave Wyman)

Saturday December 16th


Arts & Crafts Designer Sale ~ 1424 Colorado Blvd. Eagle Rock, CA 90041 ~ 11AM-5PM ~ Featuring over 10 emerging designers like Annie Polk Jewelry and Booze Girl


Bizarre Bazaar/Swap-o-Rama ~ Shrine Auditorium Expo Center ~ 700 West 32nd St. Los Angeles CA 90007 ~ 11AM-7PM ~ $2 ~ DIY goods sold and swapped by local artists, craftsmen, and collectors.


Fry-B-Que @ Machine Project ~ $5 ~ 7-10PM ~ 1200 D North Alvarado St. Los Angeles CA 90026 ~ 'Bring something to fry. Our trained fryolater technicians will be standing by, eager to batter and fatify your soon to be delicious snacks...'

Sunday December 17th


Unsilent Night ~ Pan-Pacific Regional Park 7600 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90036 ~7PM ~ Free ~ UNSILENT NIGHT is an electronic caroling party for an infinite number of boomboxes. Different parts of the composition will be distributed on cassettes and CDs. At the given signal, participants will simultaneously press PLAY. When the tapes start rolling, “they blossom into a marvelously crafted symphony.” If you would like to participate and have a portable boombox, please send an e-mail to, indicating if you need a CD or cassette tape of the song. The more boomboxes there are, the more “voices” in the piece.

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