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For this summer residency, Segall will play through a different album every Friday night at the Teragram Ballroom.
Falling somewhere between the “museum of” Insta-ready experiences and an actual museum, the Weedmaps Museum of Weed is setting up a series of educational exhibits about cannabis in Hollywood this summer.
Don’t expect Insta-ready scenes in this food-inspired art exhibition. Instead, “Offal”—as in, yes, butchered entrails—tackles some of the most taboo topics related to food, with works from 44 L.A. artists that center around the themes of labor, discard and waste, transcultural idions, cultural retention and shame, and the abject.
It has a new name, a new schedule and refocused curation, but the former Twilight Concert Series is returning to the Santa Monica Pier. The free concert series brings indie favorites and up-and-comers to the Pier in the late summer.
During the summer and fall, Street Food Cinema throws together a series of mostly outdoor parties that include screenings of some of our favorite movies, paired with an assortment of gourmet food trucks and even a live music performance from a cool local band.
A criss-cross of airy rainbow tunnels have made their home at the La Brea Tar Pits this summer.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, every series didn't need its own fan expo… but we'll make an exception for Star Wars. Over four days at the Anaheim Convention Center, attend panels and screenings about Star Wars movies and TV shows, all while participating in contests and stocking up on so. much. merch. The last time Celebration was in Anaheim, all of the cast of the then-upcoming Episode VII was in attendance—but with the next trilogy not due out until 2022, we’re not quite sure what to expect at this one. Regardless, this is a can’t-miss event for fans of Force (take a look at our coverage of the 2019 edition in Chicago for proof).