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Wednesday, December 17

Downtown Culver City Third Wednesdays

Downtown Culver City

Culver and Washington Blvds and Dusquene Ave, Culver City, CA 90230

5:00pm to 9:00pm

Anyone who's been paying attention to the local food scene is well aware of the explosion of Culver City as a foodie destination. With the downtown area well scrubbed from streetscape improvements, locals and visitors alike can experience the area's resurgence first hand by checking out the city's Third Wednesdays, where about two dozen businesses get together to provide art work, music, food and other entertainment.

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106th Annual Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade

Newport Landing Whale Watching

309 Palm Street Suite A, Newport Beach, CA 92661

6:30pm to 9:00pm

You're invited to celebrate the 106th Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade, the nation’s longest running lighted holiday boat parade, for five jam-packed nights on December 17-21, 2014. The parade starts at Bay Island at 6:30 pm and finishes at the same site at approximately 9:00 pm each evening. On opening night, Wednesday, December 17, Newport Beach natives - comedic actress Leslie Mann and singer/actor Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray will reign as the first-ever Grand Marshals for the parade. Hailed as one of the “World’s Best Christmas Parades” by Conde Nast Traveler and one of “Top Ten Christmas Happenings in the Nation” by the New York Times, the Newport Harbor transforms into an illuminated wonderland. Over 100 vessels of all sizes are adorned from top to bottom with lights, decorations, moving displays, dancers, music and more! The theme this year is Deck the Hulls with Bows of Jolly, and reserved seating for ideal viewing is available for the first-time at The Newport Sea Base and ExploreOcean. For more information on ticket sales and the Christmas Boat Parade please visit http://www.christmasboatparade.com.

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Music Royalties 101: Monetizing Your Music

Colorado Center Community Rm

2500 Broadway, Santa Monica, 90404

7:00pm to 8:30pm

Program:
Royalties are an essential part of the music business, but they are not always easy to navigate. Join California Lawyers for the Arts and attorney Jesse Morris for an introduction
to music royalties. Learn the basics about what royalties are and how they are earned, calculated, and collected. This program will provide a framework for understanding
different types of royalties, including mechanical, performance , synchronization, and print. It will also include a discussion of royalties in the context of various new forms of
digital distribution.

Presenter:
Jesse Morris, Esq. is a Los Angeles based entertainment lawyer and musician who has been in several rock acts. A graduate of UC Berkeley and UC Hastings College of the Law,
his professional areas of expertise include contract reviews, advising, and negotiations, trademarks, copyright law, publishing, and recording agreements. At his own firm, Morris
Music Law, Jesse primarily represents songwriters, artists, bands, producers, managers, labels, publishers, and entrepreneurs.

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Auntie Mame

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

7:30pm

Rosalind Russell is in fine form as the jet-setting, Park Avenue aunt who suddenly becomes guardian to her young nephew. Free-spirited Mame takes the boy on irreverent escapades through the bohemian 1920s, the ravages of the Great Depression, the tribulations of her many loves and her plea for social justice. "Live! Life's a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death!"- Auntie Mame.

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Auntie Mame

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

7:30pm

Rosalind Russell is in fine form as the jet-setting, Park Avenue aunt who suddenly becomes guardian to her young nephew. Free-spirited Mame takes the boy on irreverent escapades through the bohemian 1920s, the ravages of the Great Depression, the tribulations of her many loves and her plea for social justice. "Live! Life's a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death!"- Auntie Mame.

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