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Wednesday, November 26

Sip of Vino: Twas The Night Before Thanksgiving!

Seasons 52 Century City

10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, 90067

6:30pm to 9:30pm

Kick off your Thanksgiving Holiday weekend right by joining us on Wednesday 11/26/14 in Century City for an evening of red, white and sparkling wines from around the world! As you sip great wines enjoy games like Connect 4, Jenga, Apples to Apples and more! Come hungry, Seasons 52 has delicious, healthy food and the full menu will be available for purchase.

New Uber users get a free ride, up to $20. Once you purchase your ticket(s) email [email protected] for your promo code.

Use promo code "DiscoverLA" for $29 tickets!

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Rockstar Energy and Glamour Kills pres. Breathe Carolina and Candyland

House of Blues Sunset Strip

West Hollywood, CA 90069

6:30pm

Colorado-based electro/screamo duo Breathe Carolina formed in 2006 around the talents of Kyle Even and David Schmitt. The Denver group's blend of synth-based beats and melodic screaming first appeared on the public radar in 2007 with the self-released Gossip EP. It was followed in 2008 by the band's first full-length for Rise Records, It's Classy, Not Classic, which featured all of the tracks that appeared on Gossip with six new additional songs. The duo has toured relentlessly, sharing the stage with contemporaries such as the Secret Handshake, Millionaires, and Brokencyde

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Black Wednesday

Howl at the Moon

1000 Universal Studios Blvd, Hollywood, 91608

7:00pm

Turkey is good, but booze is better! Kick of the long holiday weekend with a bang and come on out for some live music, dancing, and drinks before you sit down with family and get your eat on. We’ll have specials going all night on Bud and Bud Lights, Three Olives Vodka and Flavors, Cherry and Grape Bombs, and 86oz Sex on the Moon Buckets! If that doesn’t sound like the perfect prep for a turkey dinner, we don’t know what does.

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Pulp: a Film About Life, Death &

Cinefamily

611 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles, CA

7:30pm

“Moving, funny, sweet, eccentric — and the reaction from the audience, well, it’s the kind of thing that makes you feel like you are smiling with your heart. Two people who I spoke with were moved to tears. How many rock docs can you say that about?” — Richard Metzger, Dangerous Minds

Pulp, best known stateside for their deliriously infectious anthem “Common People”, are one of the quintessential Britpop bands, so distinctly carrying their Northern UK heritage on their sleeve that to know them is to become an honorary citizen of their hometown of Sheffield. Taking that to heart, co-director Florian Habicht teams up with highly charismatic Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker to produce both a concert film chronicling the band’s 2012 farewell Sheffield show, and a “family album” of Sheffield regulars: the Common People. Habicht gets these vox populists to wax fondly about what the town means to them, and how Pulp has woven itself into the very fabric of the town’s lasting culture. “Cocker’s knack for keeping it real, for drawing from regular experience and feeding back into it, is the film’s effortlessly realised QED. If you ever had your head invaded for days on end by Pulp’s ‘Common People’, prepare to have it reoccupied, this time with a portrait gallery for company. If you haven’t, there could hardly be a more irresistible invitation to join the party.” (New Zealand Int’l Film Festival)

Dir. Florian Habicht, 2014, DCP, 90 min.

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Pulp: a Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets

Cinefamily

611 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles, CA

7:30pm

“Moving, funny, sweet, eccentric — and the reaction from the audience, well, it’s the kind of thing that makes you feel like you are smiling with your heart. Two people who I spoke with were moved to tears. How many rock docs can you say that about?” — Richard Metzger, Dangerous Minds

Pulp, best known stateside for their deliriously infectious anthem “Common People”, are one of the quintessential Britpop bands, so distinctly carrying their Northern UK heritage on their sleeve that to know them is to become an honorary citizen of their hometown of Sheffield. Taking that to heart, co-director Florian Habicht teams up with highly charismatic Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker to produce both a concert film chronicling the band’s 2012 farewell Sheffield show, and a “family album” of Sheffield regulars: the Common People. Habicht gets these vox populists to wax fondly about what the town means to them, and how Pulp has woven itself into the very fabric of the town’s lasting culture. “Cocker’s knack for keeping it real, for drawing from regular experience and feeding back into it, is the film’s effortlessly realised QED. If you ever had your head invaded for days on end by Pulp’s ‘Common People’, prepare to have it reoccupied, this time with a portrait gallery for company. If you haven’t, there could hardly be a more irresistible invitation to join the party.” (New Zealand Int’l Film Festival)

Dir. Florian Habicht, 2014, DCP, 90 min.

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