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Tuesday: Trivia Tuesdays at One Colorado Rally friends, brainstorm a goofy/awesome/pretentious team name and come get your pop culture on. They’ll have drinks  for purchase and the Haiku Guys + Gals warming up the crowd starting at 6 pm, along with DJ sets by Tessa, Marion Hodges, ShanLynn and Miss Ninja. Tuesdays, 7:30 pm; 41 Hugus Alley, Pasadena, CA 91103 Night Market Join The Influence and Pop Your Shop for a Night Market, festival edition! Caroline D’More will be spinning tunes...

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Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco And Music Festival Powered By Gringo Bandito Gringo Bandito Hot Sauce is excited to be the official sponsor of the Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco and Music Festival. The annual festival will hitting multiple cities for the first time, traveling up the West Coast with stops in Dana Point, Sacramento (April 8th), Denver (April 28th), Albuquerque (April 29th), Tucson (May 5th), Auburn (May 12th) and Portland (May 13th). The Offspring will again headline and be joined by...

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The Museum of Selfies  The Museum of Selfies is an interactive museum that explores the history and cultural phenomenon of the selfie – an image of oneself taken by oneself – with roots dating back 40,000 years. Visitors can explore the origin of the selfie through the lens of art, history, technology, and culture while taking some cool selfies of their very own with interactive installations. $25; Sunday; 211 N Brand Blvd, Glendale, CA Midnight Showing of Purple Rain Prince wrote all...

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LA Chinatown Firecracker Festival One of the longest-running and largest Lunar New Year charity runs in the country, the Firecracker run will use 100% of its proceeds to invest in the local community. With Chinatown already one of the most up-and-coming spots in LA, you’ll definitely want to check out one of the four events this year: the 20/40 mile bike ride, the 5K run/walk, the 10K run/walk, or the kiddie run. Y’know, if you’re a kiddie. $25-$60; Saturday &...

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Chinese New Year Festival The annual Chinese New Year Festival is taking place at the Central Plaza in Chinatown. The family-friendly event has live music, cultural performances, cultural artisans, vendors, food trucks and a craft beer garden. The highlight of DTLA’s Chinese New Year festivities is the 119th Annual Golden Dragon Parade. The parade features dozens of floats, marching bands, entertainers, local business leaders and cultural groups. The parade starts at Hill and Ord streets and concludes at Broadway and Cesar Chavez. The...