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Thursday, January 29

So Many Wizards Live Performance & Signing

Amoeba Music

6400 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028


Amoeba and Converse Rubber Tracks are proud to present So Many Wizards! Join us for a live set and signing of their latest 7", Night Chills, at Amoeba Hollywood Thursday, January 29 at 6pm. Get a FREE split 7" of So Many Wizards & Tennis System at this extra-cool in-store performance, only while supplies last.

"The hazy-jangle quartet So Many Wizards have lately become staples of L.A.’s always-adventurous DIY scene." - Stereogum

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The Dance Process: Making Ballet Contemporary

Carpenter Performing Arts Center

6200 E. Atherton St., Long Beach, CA 90815

7:00pm to 9:00pm

In anticipation of our presentation of Restless Creature featuring classical ballerina Wendy Whelan, noted dance critic and arts journalist Sasha Anawalt, author of "The Joffrey Ballet: Robert Joffrey and the Making of An American Dance Company" will explore the intersection of classical ballet with contemporary choreography.

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Double Feature: Vanishing Point & Fear is the Key

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028


VANISHING POINT, 1971, 20th Century Fox, 97 min. Dir. Richard Sarafian. Ex-stock car racer and uncompromising loner Kowalski (Barry Newman) drives a turbocharged, white Dodge Challenger into psychedelicized oblivion, pursued by an army of cops and naked motorcyclists. The great Cleavon Little co-stars as Super Soul, blind disc jockey and visionary madman of the airwaves. Fasten your seatbelts. With Severn Darden, Dean Jagger and Paul Koslo. 

FEAR IS THE KEY, 1972, Paramount, 103 min. Dir. Michael Tuchner. Adapted from Alistair MacLeans novel, this British revenge thriller stars Barry Newman as a tough guy who isnt quite what he seems, with a great Roy Budd soundtrack, a car chase to rival that of BULLITT and a wonderful closing twist to sweeten the deal. Keep an eye out for Ben Kingsley in his feature debut! 

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Sam Hunt


West Hollywood, CA 90069


Hailing from rural Cedartown, Georgia - Sam Hunt is quickly becoming one of Nashville's most talked about young talents. Sam made a name for himself in the country music community co-writing Kenny Chesney's #1 single "Come Over", as well as upcoming singles "Cop Car"/Keith Urban and "We Are Tonight"/Billy Currington.


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