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Saturday, August 6

Tanks, Tacos and Twitter: How Food Trucks Feed and Shape Southern California

Allendale Branch Library

1130 S. Marengo Ave., Pasadena, CA 91106

1:00pm

The modern food truck originated in the Los Angeles region as catering trucks that sold snacks and meals to factory workers, and evolved into taco trucks and gourmet trucks that have influenced the food scene locally, nationally, and globally. This lecture shares the history of mobile food in Southern California with a focus on the way that food trucks have shaped eating, working, and living in the Los Angeles region. Mark Vallianatos is an instructor at Occidental College, where he is policy director of the Urban and Environmental Policy Institute. He is co-author of "The Next Los Angeles: The Struggle for a Livable City," and has researched, advocated on, and written about a variety of food issues, including mobile vending, school food, and urban agriculture. The program is presented in conjunction with the Allendale Branch Library’s special collection of culinary books. Light refreshments will be served.

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The Young Artist Project

La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts

14900 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada, CA 90638

1:00pm

The Stars of Tomorrow, on Our Stage Today! This is the only project of its kind that puts 8 strangers together with just 14 days to create, produce, and present an evening of original theatre, music, dance, film, and much more. Each year we find the best and brightest young performers, annually making The Young Artist Project a moving, thought provoking, entertaining evening of undiscovered talent.

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BluesFEST: A Celebration of International Blues Music Day

Rivendale Park in Towsley Canyon

24255 The Old Road, Santa Clarita, 91321

4:00pm

A Celebration of International Blues Music Day Food Trucks, Great Beer, OUTSTANDING BLUES, Vendors, Kids Activiites... Featuring: ~ Robert Heft Blues Band ~ 805 South ~ TJ. Sullivan Blues Band ~ John Kaye & Soulpatch LTD ~ Bullfish FREE Admission ($10 suggested donation) Bring a blanket and chair, and sit back and enjoy a great night of Blues & Brews. Co-hosted with the Santa Clarita Valley Blues Society

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Gregg Young & the 2nd Street Groove Band with Horns

Dome Arclight Entertainment Center

6360 W. Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, 90028

6:00pm to 9:00pm

Performing at CA Historic Landmark, The Dome Arclight Entertainment Center 6360 W. Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028

On Saturday, August 6, 2016
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m

Lineup: Gregg Young (Guitar), Kirkwood Coakley (Bass), Scott Martin (Sax), Dr. Bobby Rodriguez (Trumpet), and Quinn Johnson (Keys)

Groove Jazz, Blues, R&B, Rock’N’Roll, Reggae and Movie Themes.

Free & open to the public
Patio dinning & drinks
Fun time to listen to world class award-winning musicians in an intimate outdoor setting
OK to take pictures with Artists

Photo Cred: Kayte Deioma

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Rapture, Blister, Burn by Gina Gionfriddo

Little Fish Theatre

777 S. Centre St., San Pedro, CA 90731

8:00pm

Rapture, Blister, Burn by Gina Gionfriddo Directed by Mark Piatelli Runs August 5 September 3 Two women covet each others life, commencing a game of musical chairs the prize being someones husband. With searing insight and trademark wit, Gina Gionfriddos comedy "illuminates how hard it can be to forge both a satisfying career and a fulfilling personal life in an era that seems to demand superhuman achievement from everyone." NEW YORK TIMES. Finalist 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama

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Theatrical Performance: theatre dybbuk Presents "exagoge"

Fowler Museum at UCLA

UCLA North Campus, Los Angeles, CA 90095

8:00pm

Join us in the Amphitheater for "exagoge," the first extant Jewish play, written in the style of a Greek tragedy by Ezekiel the Poet in the second century BCE. Theatre dybbuk has used the existing 269 lines of the original play and added to it, building a work rich in movement, music, and poetry. Infused with the experiences of later refugees and the disenfranchised, dating from the 17th century to the present, the play highlights the shared struggles of ancient and modern peoples. Note: This is an outdoor performance, so please dress accordingly and bring a blanket for lawn seating. Co-sponsored by theatre dybbuk and the Dortort Center for Creativity in the Arts at UCLA Hillel.

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