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Wizard of Oz at Hollywood Cemetery Celebrate the life of Judy Garland on the occasion of the unveiling of her new grave at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The Wizard of Oz stars Judy Garland in her greatest role, and the movie embodies fantasy, song, beautiful sets and a sixteen year old starlet who took motion pictures by storm! Dorothy and Toto are transported by a cyclone from an ordinary Kansas life to a weird and wonderful kingdom where a wizard rules the land. $12-$16;...

Memorial Day Weekend

Hitchcock’s North by Northwest at Hollywood Forever Hitchcock’s masterpiece was made at the peak of his career and is the perfect thriller. Roger Thornhill, a bustling ad man, is mistaken for an agent and kidnapped by a ring of spies with a sinister plan. With the help of an alluring and clever but mysterious woman on a train, he goes on the run, evading both the deadly spies and the police as he tries to uncover their plan and clear...

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Angel City Brewery Celebrates & Motivates Runners at the Sketchers Performance LA Marathon For the second year in a row, Angel City Brewery, located in DTLA’s Arts District, will be sponsoring the Skechers Performance LA Marathon. In celebration, Angel City will bring their beer and cheer to those running and watching. While runners take on the Stadium to the Sea course, The Angel City Brewery team will be at Mile 11, located at Hollywood and Orange, to cheer on racers with...

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Dine Out Long Beach Restaurant Week 2.0 Eat your heart out during the annual Dine Out Long Beach, Restaurant Week 2.0, which is a seven-day celebration of dining conceived by Elizabeth Borsting, president of Elizabeth Borsting Public Relations Inc. You can enjoy two-course brunches and lunches starting at $10 and/or three-course dinners or small plates starting at $20. Dine Out Long Beach showcases more than 50 restaurants from across the city and participating restaurants to date, include: Chianina Steakhouse, Open Sesame, Michael’s On...

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First Fridays at Natural History Museum If we are what we eat, then we are everything – besides taste and nutrition, our meals tell stories of lifestyle, culture, and surprising science. This year, the Natural History Museum explores food from our insides out; the theme for First Fridays 2017 is “Serving Up Science: The Dish on Food.” Explore how has food changed us and affected our bodies and digestion – from our ancient paleo-diet relatives, to today’s processed snack culture? And...