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Brack Shop Tavern Celebrates the Olympics

It’s that special time again, when countries from all over the world submit their top athletes to compete in winter events and go for the gold. Whether it’s bobsledding, downhill skiing or my favorite, ice skating, the Olympics have been a loved spectator event…. pretty much since the beginning of time. What better way to sit back and cheer for your favorite athlete, then with an ice cold beer and yummy treats from DTLA’s Brack Shop Tavern. Complete with craft...

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Monday: Pop-Up Magazine Join in this event that is sort of “live magazine” experience. The Pop-Up Magazine’s Winter Issue will be hitting the Ace Hotel for a night of stories, visual art, music, animation, photography, and even shadow theater. Aparna Nancherla, whose voice you might know from BoJack Horseman and whose face you might know from Crashing will be in attendance. $35-$49; Monday; 929 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90015 Sunset Yoga 1,000 Feet Up Build strength, balance and flexibility with the city scape as...

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Natural History Museum’s First Fridays What makes L.A. the capital of the 21st century? Weaving together nature, culture, and creativity, this year’s “First Fridays” series scopes out Los Angeles as the lab and factory for much of what makes the modern world modern. Longtime Los Angeles Times journalist, author, and Emmy-winning public television and radio host Patt Morrison is joining the NHM again this year as moderator for our five-part series. They also welcome back their resident KCRW DJ is Anthony Valadez, along with guest DJs...

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Monday: Galleria Park Hotel Reveals a Multimillion-Dollar Renovation and Redesign A local staple in San Francisco, this hotel dates back over a century and is built upon the site of the former Occidental Hotel and Lick House, hailed as two of the West Coast’s most luxurious hotels in the late 1800s, and arguably home to the birth of the Martini cocktail. After a major earthquake and fire destroyed the properties in 1906, the site was rebuilt in 1911 as The...

Weekend

13th Annual Museums Free-for-All Dozens of museums will open their doors for you to attend their museums free of charge. The event also hopes to raise awareness of free visitor days available year-round at museums across Southern California. Museums Free-for-All is partnering with Metro, encouraging visitors to Go Metro to explore participating museums, many of which are a short walk from Metro bus or rail stops. This offer is for general museum admission only and does not apply to specially ticketed...