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Saturday, July 26

Renegade Craft Fair Los Angeles

Grand Park LA

200 North Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, 90012


(JULY 26-27) The Renegade Craft Fair Los Angeles July Market pops up this July 26+27 in downtown LA’s new Grand Park (200 N. Grand Park Ave.), a vibrant outdoor gathering place! The Market will be open from 11 am – 6 pm both days, and will feature over 200+ indie makers, food trucks, coffee, art installations, workshops and more! You can find us on Broadway, between Hill and 1st Streets.

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NewFilmmakersLA July 26th screening!


1150 S. Olive St, Los Angeles, 90015

5:45pm to 11:30pm

NOTE: Complimentary event parking at 1133 S. Olive Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015.

NewFilmmakers Los Angeles invites you to join us for the Saturday, July 26th 2014 film screening series and after-party event at the AT&T Center in Downtown LA with a filmmaker lounge throughout the evening.

You will have the opportunity to meet the directors of each film, the actors and other crew + participate in a live audience Q&A. There are pre-receptions and after-parties for each program. Admissions to the programs are only $5 online or $7 at the door or $15 for an all-night access pass which includes the screening ticket and access to the filmmaker lounge. Visit the NewFilmmakers LA Official Website at www.NewFilmmakersLA.com for more information and to purchase your ticket now!

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Machinations in the Library



Featuring Los Angeles Times film critic Kenneth Turan and film historian Marc Wanamaker

with series curator John Nein, Senior Programmer, Sundance Film Festival

Lost & Found at the Movies is the Library Foundation's new series celebrating the art of cinema and the vitality of film culture. Eclectic in theme and varying in form, this onstage magazine explores how we lose ourselves and find ourselves at the movies.

In this fourth installment, join Nein, Turan, and Wanamaker as they explore the ways that Los Angeles has appeared in film over the years—from the very first few images of the silent era, to the suburban noir, to the blockbuster “disaster” films.  Afterwards, Turan will sign copies of his newest book, Not to be Missed: Fifty-Four Favorites From a Lifetime of Film.

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Ipalpiti Orchestra of International Laureates


151 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, 90012


iPalpiti Festival of International Laureates in Los Angeles—presented annually since 1998—is one of the nation’s significant music festivals and the subject of international accolades. The prestigious STRAD magazine devoted numerous enthusiastic features and reviews, and the Los Angeles Times acclaimed the Festival’s ”take-your-breath-away demonstrations of musicianship and technique,”

Acclaimed by the press for its “beauteous string playing”, “lustrous, polished tone,” and “vocal quality”, iPalpiti (ee-PAHL-pit-ee is Italian for “heartbeats”) is a consortium of prize-winning young professional musicians from around the globe, where each member is considered a soloist.

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iPalpiti Festival

The Music Center's Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, 90012


iPalpiti Festival returns to LA for its annual musical celebration.32 selected prize-winning musicians from 22 countries will perform in 14 events from southland to LA.

iPalpiti Festival returns to LA for its 17th annual musical celebration.
32 selected prize-winning musicians from 22 countries will perform in 14 events from southland to LA. Opening with soloists’ daily Virtuosi concerts in ocean-view Encinitas Library, iPalpiti orchestra will continue a week-long residency and concert at Soka Performing Arts Center in Aliso Viejo on July 20. In Los Angeles, from July 21-27, choose from FREE chamber music offerings at UCLA and LACMA or salon concerts/lecture at the Greystone Mansion and the private Leo Frankel Concert Hall. The grand-finale concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall on July 26 will feature two major works: Stabat Mater by Pergolesi - considered the most popular piece of sacred music ever written, during the final weeks of composer’s life, which ended at age 26, in 1736, and Shchedrin's Carmen Suite for strings and percussion battery (1967). Rising star of the MET, Icelandic soprano Disella Larúsdóttir and acclaimed American counter-tenor Daniel Bubeck will be the soloists in Stabat Mater.
Tickets and FULL Festival program: www.ipalpiti.org

Ticket Information:
Tickets are available through ipalpiti.org & ticket master.com
You may also order by phone 310-205-0511

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