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Wednesday, September 24

Future Show of the Future

Lot 1

1533 Sunset blvd, los angeles, 90026

8:00pm to 10:00pm

The Future Show of the Future! at Lot 1!

Hosted by an irresponsible time traveler comes a show filled with the biggest comedy celebrities of tomorrow!

Starring:

Eli Braden (Howard Stern Show)
Dave Sirus (Brick Stone, NuvoTV)
Louis Virtel (Chelsea Lately)
Cornell Reid (The Comedy Garage)
Dave Rankin (The Gonzo Show)
Rye Silverman (Chicklikemeblog.tumblr.com)

$5 - Prize Giveaways - Free Candy - 21 & over

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Clinic Wednesdays presents Matthias Meyer

Couture Hollywood

1640 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, 90028

10:00pm to 2:00am

Join us for our weekly party bringing the best local and International Deep/Tech House, and Techno Djs ....Clinic Wednesdays....

This weeks talent, Matthias Meyer (Watergate Records) Raxon (Culprit) Elwan (Capsulem)

RSVP here for complimentary guest list before 11 pm. Table specials 1 bottle 200$- 2 bottles 400$ and a comp Champagne. 323.487.1975

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Thursday, September 25

Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark Live Performance and Signing - Free and All Ages

Amoeba Hollywood

6400 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, 90028

6:00pm to 8:00pm

Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark release their eponymous album-length collaboration on Delicious Vinyl and celebrate with an in-store and signing at Amoeba, Hollywood. The legendary Pharcyde MC and Jurassic 5 DJ/producer have created a soulful Hip-Hop soundtrack for the coming months and beyond.

Ever since his time as a founding member of The Pharcyde, Slimkid3 has stood out for his relationship raps, both warm-hearted and cooly observant. As an innovative member of Jurassic 5, DJ Nu-Mark has long propelled golden era sounds into the future.

“Ding ding! True school is in session!” trumpeted okayplayer.com when Tre & Nu-Mark released their freebie EP Another Day, Another Dollar in 2011. The duo knew they were onto something good, and re-upped to create new music.

The new album’s standout tracks include “Bouillon” featuring Del and Murs, “King” featuring Diamond D, reggae-fueled jam “Bom Bom Fiya”, and “I Know, Didn’t I” a savvy flip of Darondo’s soul classic.

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The Kooks

The Wiltern

Los Angeles, CA 90010

7:00pm

Formed in Brighton in 2004, The Kooks achieved mainstream commercial success almost immediately. Taking their name from the title of a David Bowie song, The Kooks signed to the Virgin Records label in 2005 and have not looked back since, enjoying Top 10 singles, No. 1 hit albums and a number of awards along the way.

Influenced by the music of artists such as The Police, The Strokes and The Rolling Stones, friends Luke Pritchard, Hugh Harris, Max Rafferty and Paul Garred formed The Kooks while at Brighton Music College. Just a few months after forming, the band was offered a recording contract with Virgin. The resulting debut album, Inside In/Inside Out, was an immediate smash hit in 2006, reaching No. 2 in the UK album chart, achieving platinum status in both the UK and Ireland, and winning many fans in the US. In 2008, The Kooks returned with another hit album Konk, featuring the tracks “Shine On” and “Always Where I Need to Be.” The Kooks embarked on an extensive tour to help promote the album. The third album from The Kooks, Junk of the Heart, was released in late 2011. 

The commercial success of The Kooks has been matched with critical plaudits from their peers and the music industry. The single “She Moves in Her Own Way” was nominated for a BRIT Award in 2007. In 2006, The Kooks were crowned Best UK and Ireland Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards. That same year the band also picked up the UK Festival Award for Best Breakthrough Act. In addition to these wins, The Kooks have also been nominated on a number of occasions for both Q Awards and NME Awards.

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The Renegade One Act Festival (OPENING NIGHT)

Renegade Theatre and Film Group

1514 N. Gardner St., Los Angeles, CA

7:30pm

(SEPT. 25-OCT. 12) The Renegade One Act Festival features the best of local playwrights, including:

 Don't Even Think It written by George Freek

Match Play written by Seth Freeman 

Separated at Birth written by Barton Aronson

Double Date written by Janna King 

Vacationing With Nothing written by Dennis Goza 

What is Love written by Brad Braisdell

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HORNS

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

7:30pm

This strange murder mystery from director Alexandre Aja stars Daniel Radcliffe as a young man who comes under suspicion after his girlfriend is murdered; to make matters worse, devilish protrusions begin to grow from his forehead - but they may prove his salvation, as the horns can compel people to reveal secrets.

 

 

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BARBARA THOMASON presents 100 NOT SO FAMOUS VIEWS OF L.A., in conversation with DAVID ULIN

Skylight Books

1818 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027

7:30pm

100 Not So Famous Views of L.A. (Prospect Park Books) http://www.skylightbooks.com/event/barbara-thomason-reads-100-not-so-fam...

Join us tonight for a very special visual presentation by local painter Barbara Thomason.

For four years, artist Barbara Thomason roamed her beloved Los Angeles, seeking the vistas, nooks, bridges, signs, streets, and landmarks that most captivated her. Inspired by the color, compositions, and tonal changes of Hiroshige’s acclaimed print series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo, this grand project resulted in one hundred paintings, all of which Thomason executed in Cel-Vinyl to resemble woodblock ink in texture and tone.

Each of these original paintings have now been beautifully reproduced and are accompanied by the artist’s personal commentary and historical insight about her subject matter—an alchemical mix that results in a unique and splendid tour of the vibrancy, quirkiness, charm, and essential personality of a great American city.

Praise for 100 Not So Famous Views of L.A.

“This is Los Angeles without its history of forgetting, no longer rootless, placeless, but instead, through Thomason’s transforming imagination, the embodiment of place.”—David L. Ulin, Los Angeles Times book critic (from the Foreword)

“Everyone who loves L.A. is going to want this book. Once you get the idea, it becomes addicting—you're compelled to pore over each page. She had me at Felix, the strangely ironic cat that lorded over all of my really awful late-night food choices as an undergrad at USC. It’s the perfect hostess/Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa/anyone who lives in or has ever loved L.A. gift.” —Greg Freitas, Traveler’s Bookcase (Los Angeles, CA)

Barbara Thomason is a Los Angeles-based artist and professor of printmaking, sculpture, and painting at California Polytechnic University, Pomona. Her paintings, drawings, and prints have been shown in exhibitions at many galleries, museums, and universities. She received a masters degree in printmaking from California State University, Long Beach, and worked as a master printer in lithography at the renowned Gemini G.E.L., where she printed for Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenberg, Jasper Johns, Frank Stella, Ed Ruscha, Ellsworh Kelly, and many others. She has been on the art faculty at the University of California, Santa Cruz; University of Redlands; Otis College of Art and Design; and other fine institutions.

David Ulin" is a book critic for the Los Angeles Times and the editor of The Library of America's Writing Los Angeles.
Barbara Thomason's photo by Christopher Ries

David Ulin's photo by Noal Ulin

Event date:
Thursday, September 25, 2014 - 7:30pm
Event address:
1818 N Vermont Ave
90027 Los Angeles

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