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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;...

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Pedal on the Pier We Spin, Kids Win! Join Pedal on the Pier and support the Harold Robinson Foundation’s Camp Ubuntu, which provides LA’s underprivileged children with a unique camp experience. The Santa Monica Pier will be transformed into a high energy outdoor cycling studio with 100+ stationary bikes and 400+ cyclers, including celebrity riders like actress Molly Sims, Clippers’ Paul Pierce, boxer Victor Ortiz and more, for a 5 hour/100 mile ride while family and friends cheer them on. Pedal...

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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Boogie Nights at Hollywood Forever Cemetery PT Anderson’s tour-de-force about the porn industry in 1970s Los Angeles swept across screens and launched the career of one of our most brilliant filmmakers. Mark Wahlberg stars as the well endowed but naive dishwasher who became one of the biz’s greatest heroes. Discovered by a powerful producer, his fame grows as does his attachment to his new film family. Pulsing disco, thrusting camera moves and a dream cast adorn this sparkling story that reveals...

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Los Angeles Times‘ 22nd Annual Festival of Books The nation’s largest literary festival is headed to the University of Southern California. The event will feature more than 500 authors, celebrities, musicians, artists and chefs. On Friday, April 21, the 37th annual Book Prizes will honor reading and educational activist Ruebén Martinez with the Innovator’s Award, novelist Thomas McGuane with the Robert Kirsch Award for lifetime achievement, and 11 outstanding literary works published during the last year. Authors and celebrities scheduled to appear at the festival...