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Interesting Things To Do Tagged by: los

Date posted: 01/29/2014

Watch A Movie at a Historic Theater in Hollywood

On May 18, 1927, the most amazing and breathtaking opening in the history of motion picture took place. That of course was the grand opening of the Chinese Theatre. It cost two million dollars and took 18 months to build, but the result was the most spectacular looking movie theatre...

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Date posted: 01/15/2014

Explore LA’s Bacon Festival this February

Returning for the second year after incredibly popular demand following the success of the 2013 event, the Los Angeles Bacon Festival is definitely a date for the calendar.

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Date posted: 12/31/2013

Get Inspired at the LA Art Show

Take the LA Art Show for example. This four day event is considered to be the most comprehensive art experience on the West Coast and attracts visitors from far and wide. Hosted at the LA Convention Center...

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Date posted: 11/15/2013

Join the Annual Holiday Party on West 3rd St!

This year’s Annual Holiday Party on West 3rd Street is set to be even better than last year. Part of the unique events program in this shopping area, the late night holiday shopping has a festive twist. West 3rd Street, between Fairfax and La Cienega, will be running its special event...

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Date posted: 10/30/2013

See Next Year's Cars at the LA Auto Show!

For car fans, winter means one thing: auto shows. This year, between November 22nd and December 1st is one of the biggest and most popular auto shows in the world – the Los Angeles Auto Show. Running for more than one hundred years and founded in 1907, the LA Auto Show now encompasses...

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Date posted: 09/27/2013

Enjoy Delicious Food at the LA Thai Food Festival!

Although it is many thousands of miles away across the ocean, in actual fact Los Angeles is considered to be the ‘77th Province’ of Thailand, being the location of the world’s first ever Thai Town and home to two thirds of the Thai population in California. That makes Los Angeles the largest...

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