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Saturday, September 5

Frankie Bourne Band Live at The Mint (Fall 2015 Tour)

The Mint

6010 Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

9:00pm to 10:00pm

Frankie Bourne Band Live at The Mint
6010 W Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA “Californicana” Fall 2015 Tour
Saturday, September 5th 9:00pm-10:00pm
Information: (323) 954-9400
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/465002450340248/

On his alternative/roots-rock debut album, Californicana, native Californian singer-songwriter Frankie Bourne tells densely lyrical tales of wanderlust adventure along the California coast, with infectious Americana-vibe Indie rock songs that make this emerging songwriter’s first album widely considered, “a consistently promising debut” (Alex Henderson, SPIN, Billboard, LA Weekly).
The album release was just celebrated with a sold out record release show at the infamous House of Blues Foundation Room on the Sunset Strip in LA, and has been getting consistent airplay on internet radio stations nationwide for a number of songs, including the hard-hitting rock single “Common Ground”, and alt-country song “21st Century” which just won second place on the Jango Internet Radio Valentine’s Day 2015 Playlist. Bourne supports the album with a California solo tour throughout September 2015.

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Sunday, September 6

Nature Trek

Franklin Canyon Park

2600 Franklin Canyon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA

9:00am to 11:00am

An invigorating hike covering the canyon from top to bottom including shady green trails to sun-baked steep paths. Canyon history and habitat chat along the way. Moderately-difficult hike. Meet at Sooky Goldman Nature Center. Rain cancels outdoor programs. Please, no dogs on programs. Bring water and snacks. For more information, call us at 310-858-7272 ext 131.

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1st Annual MADCatfish Blues Festival at Santa Anita Race Track

Santa Anita Racetrack

285 W Huntington Dr, Arcadia, 91007

11:00am to 6:00pm

Join us Labor Day Weekend for the biggest blues splash of the summer at the 1st Annual MADCatfish Blues Festival at Santa Anita Race Track. Comfortable trackside seating under the massive Clubhouse canopy to enjoy two days of downhome blues on the mainstage on Saturday and Sunday, September 5th and 6th from 11am – 6pm. L.A.’s Original “Gentleman of Jazz,” legendary jazz & radio personality James Janisse of KJMJRadio.com is Master of Ceremonies. The line-up of talent is off the hook, featuring L.A.’s true blues royalty, including the legend Barbara Morrison and “L.A.’s Blues Virtuoso, Ray Bailey with a special tribute to B.B. King; “L.A.’s Best Latin Blues Band,” The Delgado Brothers; Leslie Baker, the Scorch Sisters, Sunnie Paxson & Mark Vincent All-Star Band, Cornelius Mims & The kNOW it Allz, Yu Ooka and introducing 10-year old pianist Richard Cameron Lovely. Featured guest vocalists include “Jazz Living Legend” awardee Margauret Love; actor Jay Jackson (Scandal, Parks & Recreation) and Kenyatta Mackey aka “BabyDoll.” At 7pm on Saturday, the fun moves inside into the beautiful Clubhouse for a foot-stompin’ After-Hours Comedy & Blues Juke Joint co-produced by Busby Promotions. Actor Ernest L. Thomas will take the mic to introduce some of nation’s hottest comics, including King Kedar, Edwonda White and Keith Morris. Blues diva Margauret Love will provide the musical exclamation point for the evening. KJMJRadio.com will be recording segments of the show & interviews for later broadcast. Special festival room rate at the Hilton Garden Inn in Arcadia, just ½ mile from the venue. Festival produced by MADCatfish Entertainment LLC. For tickets and the schedule of performances: www.MADCatfish.net.

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Take me to the County Fair!

Pomona Fairplex

1101 W Mckinley Ave, Pomona, CA 91768


What’s over 90 years old, more fun than ever, serves it up fried and on a stick and is the biggest in the country?  The L.A. County Fair!  This isn’t the 4-H affair of your youth – it’s big, bigger and biggest with horseracing, Monster Trucks, big name concerts (everyone from ZZ Top to Train to The Beach Boys is playing) and more.

Kiddos big and little love the Barnyard Races, America’s Kids, Luminasia (it’s their last year at the circus), Esmerelda’s Traveling Circus, the World of Wonders, Mojo’s Wild and Crazy Lagoon, Beneath the Sea, the Sea Lion Show and so much more.   Hungry?  There are the traditional blue ribbon contests to drool over, but if you really want to chow down you can get fried goodies – from traditional funnel cakes to brownies, Oreos, Klondike ice cream bars, avocados, bacon, Kool-Aid and butter, which all get the deep fried treatment.  And in an effort to also offer things that won’t send parents running there are plenty of yogurts, smoothies, fruits and salads too!

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Thursday, September 10

Saturday, September 12