The 10 Finest Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

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The 10 Finest Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

The 10 Finest Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

Outside Film Screenings

September 7 and 8

Absorb the last dregs of this warm weather condition by capturing an flick al fresco. Here’s exactly what’s on tap this weekend:

9/7: On Any Sunday, The Roadium Market, Torrance, Timeless Drive-In Nights at the Roadium

9/7: Bring it On, Malibu Wines, Malibu Film Under destiny

9/7: Unaware (early program), NeueHouse Hollywood, Roof Movie Theater Club

9/7: Who Framed Roger Bunny? (late program), NeueHouse Hollywood, Roof Movie Theater Club

9/7: The Huge Lebowski, Level DTLA, Roof Movie Theater Club

9/8: The Incredibles, City of Hermosa Beach, Hermosa Motion Pictures at the Beach

9/8: Scream, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Cinespia

9/8: La La Land, Marriott Golf Course, Manhattan Beach, Street Food Movie Theater

9/8: Raising Arizona (early program), NeueHouse Hollywood, Roof Movie Theater Club

9/8: The Huge Lebowski (late program), NeueHouse Hollywood, Roof Movie Theater Club

9/8: Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, Glendale Central Park, Street Food Movie Theater

9/8: Boogie Nights, Los Angeles State Historic Park, Consume See Hear

9/8: The Best Showman, Level DTLA, Roof Movie Theater Club


Ain’t Too Happy

Through September 30


If Jersey Young Boys was your jam, possibilities are you’ll support this musical about the Temptations at the Ahmanson. The famous group’s story is informed through a few of its most identifiable hits, from “My Lady” and “If You Do not know Me by Now” to– yes–” Ain’t Too Happy to Plead.” After its L.A. run, the program is of to Broadway.


L.A. County Fair

Through September 23

More than a million individuals roll through this 19- day event of gut-churning trips, midway video games, and all things fried. The style this year is Path 66, so anticipate homages to Main Street America with classic automobiles and sweet stores.


Native Gardens

September 5-30

Jason Alexander, the guy best referred to as Seinfeld‘s George Costanza, goes back to his theater roots as the director of Karen Zacarías’s brand-new funny at the Pasadena Play house. Sexism, bigotry, and opportunity come forward when 2 sets of next-door neighbors clash over planting flower beds.


PaleyFest

September 6-16

The period of amazing tv marches on, and the Paley Center for Media is here to record all of it. Program up at its Beverly Hills digs for best screenings of programs from Netflix, the CW, Fox, and all the other normal suspects, in addition to panels with the stars from BoJack Horseman; I Love You, America; and others.


Bacchae

September 6-29

It’s no Castle, however the amphitheater at the Getty Rental property has to do with as close as you’ll get without spending lavishly on an airplane ticket to Athens. Settle into that seat cushion for an efficiency of Euripides’ tale about Dionysus, the Greek god of wine; go on a Thursday to experience the museum’s Nectar of the Gods sunset-dining scenario, that includes pre-show starters, wine, and beer.


L.A. Enjoys Alex’s Lemonade

September 8

You have actually got 4 hours to headscarf in the name of an excellent cause at this fundraising event for the battle versus youth cancer at UCLA’s Royce Quad. Chefs, bartenders, and vintners are plentiful, so conserve space– a high order with pros like Zach Pollack (Cosa Buona) and Nancy Silverton (Mozza) on the expense.


Incognito

September 8

To commemorate its 1 year anniversary in DTLA, the Institute of Contemporary Art (née the Santa Monica Museum of Art) is hosting this popular advantage art sale that’s everything about trusting your impulses. More than 400 works by developed and emerging artists are up for grabs, each priced at $500 flat. The catch: The artist’s identity is concealed till the piece is bought.


Questival

September 7-8

Scratch your itch to be on the Fantastic Race with this app-based obstacle. The scavenger hunt begins at L.A. State Historic Park.


Outfest Provides: Proud Picnic & Film Night

September 8

Gather in Grand Park for an outside film and and music night provided by Outfest. The program consists of a DJ set by Bianca Oblivion, followed by a screening of Outfest Combination Celebration shorts, then the feature-length documentary When the Beat Drops. The doc, which won the Grand Jury Reward at this spring’s Outfest, checks out the dance custom of “bucking,” and the queer dancers of color in Atlanta who have actually made it renowned.


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