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Friday, April 25

Lebowski Fest feat. Jeff Bridges

The Wiltern

Los Angeles, CA 90010


(APRIL 25-26) Jeff Bridges, The Dude himself, will be at Lebowski Fest LA on April 25th at The Wiltern! Jeff Bridges and The Abiders will perform a set before a screening of The Big Lebowski! Come and raise a White Russian to El Duderino. He’s the man for his time and place, he fits right in there.

Commonly hailed as one of the most diverse and natural actors of our time, Academy Award® Winner Jeff Bridges has fully embraced the world-wide love of his iconic character of The Dude he effortlessly portrayed in the Coen Brothers’ classic cult film. Jeff is a true renaissance man who is not only an accomplished actor but a photographer, illustrator as well as a talented musician. More on Jeff Bridges can be found at his website JeffBridges.com.

The evening will kick off with the Kyle Gass Band and other special guests from the film. This will be one far out night followed by the Bowling Party the next day with bowling, costume and trivia contests on April 26th.

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Nick + Stef’s presents “The Meating Room - Friday, April 25th

Nick & Stef's Steakhouse

30 SOUTH HOPE ST. , Los Angeles, CA

7:30pm to 9:00pm

For those who want to learn about the ins-and-outs of all things meat, this spring season Nick + Stef’s presents “The Meating Room,” the sequel to the popular meat 101 series. The Meating Room offers an enhanced educational experience with in-depth and interactive meat tutorials by Executive Chef Megan Logan and a variety of alcohol pairings including Kentucky Bourbon and a single batch of whiskey. Perfect for a guy’s night out or a fun business meeting:

Friday, April 25th: Cattle Anatomy – beyond ribeye, New York strip and filet mignon, discover the ‘other’ steaks and where they come from. Paired with small batch-single barrel rye whiskey flights.

*$50 per person, excludes tax + gratuity| 7:30-9:00 p.m.

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Mark Trayle: Many signals all at once


631 W. 2nd St, Los Angeles, CA 90012


An early pioneer of laptop performance, composer and media artist 
Mark Trayle also creates work written for networked chamber ensembles and re-engineered consumer products and cultural artifacts as interfaces for both live electronic music and media installations, among other explorations. Along the way he has collaborated with artists such as David Behrman, Jason Kahn, Toshimaru Nakamura, Wadada Leo Smith, and The Hub. Trayle is joined at REDCAT by Casey Anderson, Scott Cazan and other guest artists from near and far as he lays out a program of new multichannel solo pieces and compositions for mixed instrumental and electronic ensembles.

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Saturday, April 26