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Halloween Weekend

Grand Ave Arts: All Access Now in its second year, this event has DTLA’s top cultural institutions filling Grand Avenue between Temple and 6th streets with free performances, behind-the-scenes tours, exhibitions and activities. You can expect to see The Broad, Center Theatre Group, Colburn School, Grand Park, LA Opera, LA Central Library, LA Master Chorale, LA Philharmonic, MOCA, the Music Center and REDCAT all join in. Saturday; Grand Avenue between Temple and 6th streets, Los Angeles, CA JDRF One Walk JDRF...

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Taste WBK Hosts The Moveable Feast When it comes to freshly-plucked herbs, fruits and vegetables Long Beach restaurants and their chefs rely on Farm Lot 59, the city’s non-profit urban farm. Taste WBK, owned by Erin O’Hagan and Laurie Semon, proprietors of Olives Gourmet Grocer, will host a Moveable Feast and “Farm Raiser,” where all proceeds will benefit Farm Lot 59. The Moveable Feast will begin at The Wine Country in Signal Hill where you will meet and indulge in bubbles and...

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Monday: Presenting the Platform x Au Fudge Pumpkin Patch Two of LA’s destinations have partnered up to celebrate Halloween with an urban oasis.  It’s a conveniently located one-stop-shop to spend some quality time and gather, carve, and decorate pumpkins for the season. Platform, the newest experience in fashion, food, art and design from the tastemakers behind Runyon Group, and Au Fudge, the community-minded creative space for family-friendly fun are bringing you pumpkin carving, face painting, arts & crafts by seedling, exclusive...

Halloween Weekend

West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval The largest Halloween street party in the world does not disappoint. The costume bash is also one of L.A. County’s biggest annual events, complete with live music and entertainment, photo booths, food vendors and the crowning of a celebrity “queen.” Free; Saturday, 6-11 pm; Santa Monica Boulevard between La Cienega Boulevard and Doheny Dr., West Hollywood, CA; 800.368.6020 The Rocky Horror Picture Show at Hollywood Forever Cemetery It’s the 40th anniversary of the most celebrated cult movie of all time! Playing...

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Monday, October 26: Little Sister Downtown Opens This restaurant in the heart of DTLA’s Historic Core is an interpretation of its Manhattan Beach counterpart with a lighter aesthetic and expanded menu of culinary influences of imperialist rule in Vietnam during the 19th century. As you enter, you walk over a minimalist mosaic with the words “Little Sister” emblazoned in metal. The bright, airy dining room is lined with light oak-trimmed walls, white-washed brick, hand-painted butterflies, two large communal tables, a series of black lacquer tables and...