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Wed

7/24

12:00 AM

Misc

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Little Tokyo Table Tennis - 3 Year Anniversary

Downtown

Little Tokyo Table Tennis three year anniversary party! The 156th week of LTTT has arrived please join in celebrating!!!! Please RSVP at 156weeks@lttt.life Enjoy sounds by @pomelogreen_ @nikotheikon @allisonnguyn @rashaunrichardson @blambsb @abbixzka enjoy food and beverage by @straighthoney @ryoji_yakitori and Hot Shots coffee boozy drinks provided by @formosaimports and @kikoriwhiskey ❤️🏓 LTTT jingle by @jia._.pet and @tay_dex :)

Misc

Fri

7/26

2:30 AM

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Mulholland Drive (4K) @Academy Museum

MIRACLE MILE

Spirited ingénue Betty Elms (Naomi Watts) sets off to Hollywood with dreams of stardom. When she arrives, she comes upon a mysterious woman, Rita (Laura Elena Harring), overcome with amnesia following a car accident. As they investigate to find Rita’s identity, they discover the dark underbelly of the film industry. One of the longest roads in Los Angeles, David Lynch (ever enamored by the city) was inspired to pay tribute to the titular drive due to its legend, stating that one can feel Hollywood’s history driving through the mysterious winding road that stretches from the Hollywood Hills to the Santa Monica Mountains.

Film

Sat

7/27

6:00 PM

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Hot Cactus LA - Cactus Store Studios Parking Lot Sale!

Frogtown

It is yet again that time for what is now becoming a near monthly affair, the ☀️CS STUDIO PARKING LOT SALE☀️ SATURDAY JULY 27 plants for all budgets old clothes new clothes designer dirt pots iced delights people pets wind air light 🌀

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Sat

7/27

9:00 PM

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Vertigo

Santa Monica

Only screening open to the non-American Cinematheque member public. James Stewart and Kim Novak star in Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece thriller about an acrophobic detective hired to shadow a friend’s mysterious and suicidal wife.

Film

Sun

7/28

1:00 AM

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Off the 405: Julia Holter

Brentwood

Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and composer Julia Holter is known for her experimental and avant-garde approach to music, which showcases her unique songwriting style and ethereal vocals. Just released this March, her sixth studio album, Something in the Room She Moves, was celebrated by Pitchfork as "fluid, sonorous, and free." Holter's past work has often explored memory and a dreamlike future, but her latest album resides more in presence: "There's a corporeal focus, inspired by the complexity and transformability of our bodies," she says. Her production choices and arrangements form a continuum of fretless electric bass pitches in counterpoint with gliding vocal melodies, while glissing Yamaha CS-60 lines entwine warm winds and reeds. "I was trying to create a world that's fluid-sounding, waterlike, evoking the body's internal sound world," Holter says of her flowing harmonic universe.

Music

Sun

7/28

2:00 AM

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Currant Jam - Issue No. 5 Release Event

Frogtown

Literary magazine Currant Jam will be celebrating Issue No. 5 Release next Saturday! Be there or be square 🟩 Doors open at 7 Readings begin at 8 Screenings begin at 8:30 Dance & Live Music from 9 to the depths of the night ⭐️⭐️⭐️& Magazines for sale all night long!⭐️⭐️⭐️🫂 this event is sliding scale admission! donate what you can to support the Currant Jam family 💞

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Sun

7/28

7:00 PM

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In Sheep's Clothing x Japonesia x Homage Brewing - Summer Market

Chinatown

𝘚𝘜𝘔𝘔𝘌𝘙 𝘔𝘈𝘙𝘒𝘌𝘛: After a quick break, we’re back for a fresh Record Fair x Japonesia Market at Homage Brewing in Chinatown! Join Sunday, July 28th for a lovely day filled with records, Japanese goods, saisons, beer, natural wine + Kakigori (Japanese shaved ice) by @kuramotoshavery + Japanese Fried Chicken by @yatai.la + @itsmyjello is unloading hundreds of rare, private press finds from his personal collection + our friends @pleasantlyslc will be in town from Utah!

Markets

Thurs

8/1

2:00 AM

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DEEP LISTENING: THE STORY OF PAULINE OLIVEROS – LA Premiere!

Los Feliz

The Philosophical Research Society is extremely honored to present the Los Angeles premiere of the acclaimed new documentary about the fascinating and revolutionary Pauline Oliveros – the iconic composer, performer, teacher, philosopher, innovator and humanitarian. Daniel Weintraub’s DEEP LISTENING: THE STORY OF PAULINE OLIVEROS tells the story of one of the world's original electronic musicians, one of the only females amongst notable post-war American composers, a master accordion player, a teacher and mentor to musicians, a gateway to music and sound for non-musicians and a technical innovator who helped develop everything from tools that allow musicians to play together while in different countries to software that enables those with severe disabilities to create beautiful music. On the vanguard of contemporary American music for six decades, her story illuminates the pathway to how we got where we are and where the future will take us in the worlds of music, the philosophy of sound, and the art of listening.

Film

Thurs

8/1

8:00 PM

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FWB Fest Day 1

Idyllwild

3 days of music, ideas & emerging tech in the woods of Idyllwild, CA August 1-4.

Music

Fri

8/2

8:00 PM

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FWB Fest Day 2

Idyllwild

3 days of music, ideas & emerging tech in the woods of Idyllwild, CA August 1-4.

Music

Sat

8/3

8:00 PM

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FWB Fest Day 3

Idyllwild

3 days of music, ideas & emerging tech in the woods of Idyllwild, CA August 1-4.

Music

Sun

8/4

8:00 PM

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FWB Fest Day 4

Idyllwild

3 days of music, ideas & emerging tech in the woods of Idyllwild, CA August 1-4.

Music

Sat

8/10

6:00 PM

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Unarius Workshop: Discover Your Past Lives

Los Feliz

Join the Philosophical Research Society for a weekend-long celebration of the pioneering filmmaking collective The Unarius Academy of Science! Jodi Wille, Director of The Source Family and the new feature documentary on Unarius, Welcome Space Brothers (2024), presents two evenings of special screenings and conversation including rare cinematic jewels from the Unarius archives, an exhibition of Unarius art and artifacts, and Unarius-led workshops. “In this interactive workshop, you will learn how to recognize and overcome past-life experiences that are negatively affecting your mental, emotional, and physical health today, utilizing the tools of Past-Life Therapy. Hear first-hand examples of how this self-healing science can help you develop your higher consciousness to become more creative, clairvoyant, and peace-filled.”

Misc

Sun

8/11

1:00 AM

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Leaving Records - Listen to Music Outside at Sunset in Downtown LA

Downtown

Join Leaving Records for its iconic music series. They are flying-in Laraaji. Arji is joining him. Low Leaf is bringing her band. Sharada is bringing her band 
Bae Bae is spinning. It will be a cute time :)

Music

Sun

8/25

1:00 AM

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Off the 405: Woods

Brentwood

Formed in Brooklyn in 2004, Woods have matured into a true independent institution, reliably emerging every few years with new music that "grows towards the latest sky." Woods is made up of co-founders Jeremy Earl and Jarvis Taveniere, joined by John Andrews, and a striking extended family of collaborators. Their music is characterized by its rustic and psychedelic sound, blending elements of folk, rock, and lo-fi indie. Their latest record, Perennial, is the sound of a band on the edge of their 20th anniversary and still finding bold new ways to sound like (and challenge) themselves.

Music

Sat

9/14

12:00 AM

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Echoes of Voynich

Lincoln Heights

Echoes of Voynich ’is a group show inspired by the heretical Voynich Manuscript. This extraordinary 15th-century herbarium delves into medieval ideas of natural science. It presents a closely observed world using intricate drawings imbued with imagined spirits and anthropomorphized powers, alongside elaborately coded text that has never been deciphered. In a similar spirit, these eight contemporary artists push back on established orders of classification offering worlds of subjective structures, where closely observed nature is conflated or indistinguishable from highly personal systems. Through painting, drawing, photography, artist books and installation work, “Echoes of Voynich” offers a multi-faceted view of artworks making connections and dissolving boundaries between Flora,Fauna and (Un)earthly Matter. The exhibit will run concurrently with the Getty Institute’s Pacific Standard Time series of exhibits focusing on the theme of “Art + Science: Collide”. The accompanying catalog will feature an essay by the renown artist and scholar Johanna Drucker focusing on the Voynich Manuscript’s enduring fascination for artists, cryptographers, medievalists and anyone who enjoys a literary and artistic mystery.

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