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Sunday, November 2

Self Help Graphics & Art's 41st Annual Day of the Dead Celebration

Self Help Graphics & Art

1300 East 1st Street, Los Angeles, 90033

5:00pm to 11:00pm

Self Help Graphics & Art presents the:
41st Annual Dia de los Muertos Celebration

Sunday, November 2nd, 2014 from 5PM to 11PM
Self Help Graphics & Art

Traditional Ceremonial Blessing * Food, Arts and Craft Vendors
Face Painting * Children's Workshops

Come dressed in your best Katrin, Katrina, or Calaca attire!

Musical Performances by:
Las Cafeteras, Raul y Mexia and many more

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Zombie Joes Underground Theatre Group at Z.J.U.

4850 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, 91601

7:00pm to 8:00pm

Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre Group Proudly presents the seasonal-sensation of Adam Neubauer's dark and daring sexy-comedy-Thriller, "PIECES"- The tantalizing tale of John (a hopeless romantic), and his unquenchable passion to re-create the "lost love" of his life - by any means necessary!

Written & Directed by Adam Neubauer and Produced by Zombie Joe

SUNDAYS @ 7:00pm
OCTOBER 12 - NOVEMBER 16, 2014

Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre Group at Z.J.U.
4850 Lankershim Blvd North Hollywood CA 91601
(Just north of 101-134 Fwys across from KFC)

Reservations: (818) 202 - 4120
Tickets $15 Cash/MC/Visa/Debit card accepted at door or BUY ONLINE at http://ZombieJoes.tix.com

- Doors open at half hour before showtime - No Late Seating
- Come relax in our lackluster lounge
- No food or drink inside
- Take the Red Line to North Hollywood Subway Station http://mta.net (Now open til 2am!)
- Plenty of street parking
- Allow 5 minutes for seating

FB: http://facebook.com/ZJUTheater
Tw: http://twitter.com/ZombieJoes

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Monday, November 3

Wednesday, November 5

Meet the Author: Susan Rosvall

Crowell Public Library

1890 Huntington Drive, CA, CA 91108


The Friends of Crowell Public Library’s Meet the Authors series continues with Susan Rosvall, whose first novel, Silence is Broken, is about a naïve young private on a howitzer crew at Phu Loi base camp, Vietnam circa 1966. There he encounters an illiterate Klansman from rural Alabama who launches a series of increasingly homicidal attacks against him. The Private gains respect among the men when he confronts his nemesis and emerges a true hero during an attack where he saves the lives of eighty men. Swirling with local color and hard facts, the novel reveals a compelling story of survival, growth, and heroism, grounded in the history of the times. Silence is Broken is about self-reliance and personal courage, the metamorphic qualities of war and the healing power of empathy. At the broadest and most universal level, it’s about informed citizenship and the just use of deadly force. Learn some fascinating insights into this amazing story direct from the author on Wednesday November 5th at 7:00 p.m. in the Library’s Barth Community Room.

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Thursday, November 6

The Ebell of Los Angeles' Art Salon Series: Sarko Meene

The Ebell of Los Angeles

741 S. Lucerne Blvd., Los Angeles, 90005

6:00pm to 9:00pm


An artist of many words, however not being able to prove anything using them, Sarko Meené delivers her philosophy of life in colors. Driven by “life is simple” slogan, she still admits life is yet very complicated to simply live it. Through the process of painting she manages to keep things plain. None of her paintings seem to be complete as she zooms into a segment of “life” and challenges the viewer to see what she sees. “Life is not only simple but it is also good” she says “and everything matters”.
All Sarko Meené paintings come with an envelope, the content of which is only to be known by the owner of the painting. Sarko Meené does not present a fixed biography of her creative career, because she simply doesn’t have one.

Light refreshments and no host bar. The event will be located in the Art Salon. The event is FREE, but RSVP is REQUIRED.

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