Weekend

Equinox Summer Kick-Off Pool Party
Bring a friend and show off your winter workout dedication at an exclusive poolside afternoon with Equinox Hollywood at The Roosevelt Hotel, in conjunction with LA Canvas magazine, SOTO Sake, and Lee + Lani Swimwear. RSVP to confirm your attendance. Sunday, 12-5 pm; Roosevelt Hotel, 7000 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA

Dance Downtown
Let loose with a DTLA dance party. Every week a new dance move takes the stage with beginner lessons, live music, and an open dance floor. On off-weeks, the space has DJs (including KCRW fave and Beastie Boy associate Money Mark) spinning in the plaza so you can practice. Food & beverages available for purchase! Parking is $9 before 8 pm and $5 after 8 pm. Every other Friday through September 2nd; 135 N Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance
Each Father’s Day, Rodeo Drive fills with a combo of rare automobiles and motorcycles, constituting Beverly Hills’ largest public annual event. Free; Sunday, 10 am-4 pm; 200, 300 and 400 blocks of Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA; 323.503.4113

Hollywood Bowl Opening Night with Steely Dan
The Hollywood Bowl marks the opening of its 2016 season with a performance from Steely Dan with founders Walter Becker and Donald Fagen. This is the first time the Grammy Award-winning band has graced the Bowl’s stage. The show also features the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra with conductor Thomas Wilkins and a special fireworks finale. Saturday; Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA; 323.850.2000

Music on the Meadows
Celebrate Sunday Funday with an afternoon filled with musical artists including Colin Hay (of Men at Work), Kate Voegele, The Walcotts, Barley and more. Saturday; Terranea Resort, 100 Terranea Way, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

Pasadena Chalk Festival
Check out insanely impressive chalk art! There’s also live music, a kids chalkland, free face painting (12-5 pm), animation art and animators, an art gallery, silent auction, a Pasadena police classic car show (Green St, Sunday, 10 am-3 pm), and an artist award ceremony (Sunday, 7 pm). Click here for list of restaurants and shops at Paseo Colorado. Saturday & Sunday, 10 am-7 pm; Paseo Colorado, 300 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101

Goodfellas at Hollywood Forever
This classic film of life in crime is based on a true story and is entertaining and terrifying. The good life led by real mobster Henry Hill has fancy restaurants, famous floor shows, cadillacs and furs, but is also has violence and greed. Starring a very scary Robert Deniro, a hilarious Joe Pesci in his break out role, and an awesome soundtrack will make your night complete. $12+; Saturday, doors: 7:15 pm, movie: 9 pm; Hollywood Forever, 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Insomnia (Hip-Hop Edition)
This fun, unusual late night event finds various venues popping up in the usually austere Disney Hall, with DJs, dance parties, and basement skating jams until 3am. expect dancing to music curated by Monalisa and dublab, including DJ Babu, DJ Inka One and DJ Jedi, along with improv performances and dance battles by some of L.A.’s top Hip-Hop dance companies and dancers, led by Tiffany Bong, Amy “Catfox” Campion of Antics, Lil’ Cesar and Rennie Harris. There’s also Global Hip-Hop jams curated by Rani de Leon and dublab. DJs include Al JacksonArshiaChico SonidoDJ GhostHashim B and T-Kay. Check out roller skating, and live graffiti painting by the gr818ers, or simply kick back, relax and let yourself go in the Grand Lounge. Cocktails and small bites available for purchase. Information and artists subject to change. $30; Friday, 11:30 pm-3 am; Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Libbey Bowl Outdoor Concerts
Soak in the sounds of celebrated artists at the outdoor concert venue. This weekend check out Latin Rock from Ozomatli. Up coming artists include Grammy Award winner Rick Springfield on July 10; Soulful tunes from Michael McDonald on August 7; Rock group The Zombies on September 4; and Rock band John Kay & Steppenwolf on September 11. Saturday, 5-10 pm; 210 S Signal St, Ojai, 93023

Cento Pasta Bar’s $1 Porchetta Sandwiches
Snag a $1 porchetta sandwich from Avner Lavi and Santos Uy at Cento Pasta Bar in DTLA. They are normally $9 each. One per person (dine in or take out), and there until they’re gone. Saturday, 11 am; 128 E 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014; 213.489.0131

LA Vegan Beer & Food Festival
This is ur city’s largest beer and bites event and it’s in its 7th year! The festival showcases the most ambitious craft brewers and progressive restaurants, along with emerging musical acts. Enjoy pours from over 90 breweries alongside kombucha, cider, cold brew and soda offerings while enjoying 60+ eateries, food trucks, and vendors. New to the festival is the addition of a Cold Brew and Craft Soda tent providing guests not experiencing the beer an area to discover small-batch producers dedicated to furthering the craft beverage industry. The extensive menu of cold brew coffees is curated by applauded expert Evan Dohmann of Constellation Supply Co. to range in style and methodology featuring the brightest artisan roasters in specialty coffee. The event also will feature a novel “Pop Up” marketplace with local vendors selling everything from clothing to ceramics to craft goods. This year’s Vegan Beer & Food Festival will donate portions of proceeds to The Gentle Barn, a nonprofit dedicated to “teaching people kindness and compassion to animals, each other, and our planet.” Breweries and restaurants participating include Three Weavers, Smog City, Nobel Ale Works, El Segundo Brewing Co., Macleod, Almanac Beer Co., The Bruery, Ladyface Alehouse, Monkish, Cider 101, Bootlegger’s, King Harbor, Solarc, Strand, Speakeasy. $50/General Admission (includes event admission, entry at 12 pm, and unlimited beer sampling), $80/VIP (includes event admission, early 11 am entry, exclusive and unlimited beer tasting, access to the VIP area), $40/no beer (includes event admission, unlimited kombucha, cold brew, and craft soda sampling), $60/no beer VIP (includes event admission, early 11 am entry, unlimited kombucha, cold brew and craft soda sampling, access to the VIP area); Saturday; 11 am-7 pm; Rose Bowl, 1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, CA 91103

LA Beer Week Kickoff Festival
The 8th Annual L.A. Beer Week is here! Join in the big Kickoff Festival in the heart of DTLA! Brave the heat with a festival featuring over 80 craft breweries, live music, great food, and more! $20+; Saturday, 1-4:30 pm; LA Center Studios, 450 S Bixel St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

Angel City Brewery Beer Week Events
Angel City Brewery is celebrating LA Beer Week with events throughout Los Angeles. Start with the Angel City IPA Tasting on Saturday, 5:30 pm at Tom’s Urban for an afternoon tasting of Angel City’s IPA. Puckerfest 2016 will have you wrinkling your face in delight on Saturday, 6 pm as you taste Angel City Brewery’s sour beers at Lordsburg Taphouse. Keep the festivities going on Monday, 7 pm with Ale Academy XXIV: Beer on Miracle Berries. These little red African fruits change all sour flavors to sweet. For $5, you will taste and explore Angel City’s hoppy and sour beers under this new flavor profile. LA Beer Week “Off Flavor” Training Course will have two Master Cicerones® (for $49) teach what flavors should not be present in good beer Tuesday, 6 pm. Angel City Bottle Take Over at Resident: If you enjoy the rare and the limited, Angel City Brewery is emptying out their cellar and bringing out their rarest of beers on Tuesday, 6 pm. WWYB Winner – Strawberry Gose Launch Party will be debuting the 2015 ‘What Would You Brew?’ winning beer – Strawberry Gose on Thursday, 7 pm. The launch party will include a tasting, tour and discussion with the winner who was inspired by the iconic summer fruit. DTLA Breweries United Crawl celebrates & explore DTLA’s Great Brewery Renaissance Thursday, 6 pm with a free hop on/hop off shuttle service that will take you to five DTLA Breweries (Angel City BreweryArts District BreweryBoomtown BrewMumford BrewingIron Triangle)It’s Friday I’m in Love and it’s LABW’s unofficial date night! Lovers unite at London Gastropub at 4 pm and Angel City will be serving up flights of flavorful and decadent brews like Angel City’s IPA, Black Lager, Salted Caramel Gose, and Sparkling Berliner Weisse. Pool Partayyy with Angel City on Friday, 4 pm at the Ace Hotel. The Brewery will be taking over the Rooftop bar with cornhole, cans of Social IPA with LAger and Salted Caramel Gose on draft. Full calendar here. Saturday, June 18th-Saturday, June 25th; 216 S Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Scavenger Hunt in Celebration of Tender Greens’ 10th anniversary
Tender Greens and KCRW come together to host an epic, two-day photo scavenger hunt for you to explore and discover your city in unexpected ways. Snap a selfie with a shark at the Aquarium of the Pacific, find the hidden clue at Amoeba Music, and enjoy a moment with the Tender Greens team at Tongva Park. You will follow clues to snap photos from Santa Barbara to Orange County, Los Angeles to Palm Springs to earn points for prizes, compliments of Tender Greens and KCRW Fringe Benefits. The grand prize is a year’s worth of Tender Greens, valued at $5,000. Once your egister, follow the instruction to download the EventZee app on your mobile device, free on iOS and Android. $5 donation to KCRW; Saturday & Sunday; Los Angeles, Orange County, Santa Barbara, Palm Springs & Riverside; register here 

Opening of Smorgasburg
The hottest weekly fair in NYC will finally make its way to LA! Smorgasburg is launching a market for food, design, vintage items, crafts, and events every Sunday in Alameda Produce Market in DTLA. Sunday, 10 am-6 pm; 746 Market Ct, Los Angeles, CA; 718.928.6603

OC Night Market
The biggest Asian-themed night market of the 626 will be crushing the OC again this year. Munch on food, check out innovative small businesses, crafts, art, and dance. Produced by 626 Night Market, the original and largest Asian-themed night market in the United States,this event features hundreds of food, merchandise, crafts, arts, games, music, and entertainment attractions in a jam-packed festival for the whole family. OC Night Market aims to unite and empower the community by serving as a platform for showcasing local entrepreneurs, businesses, artists, and talent. Friday & Saturday, 4 pm-12 am, Sunday, 4-11 pm; OC Fair and Event Center, 88 Fair Dr, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Long Beach Bayou Festival
Experience the Louisiana Bayou with a two-day festival featuring musical performances, dance lessons, parade, crawfish eating contest and more. The dance floor is always open as a wide range of groups perform, including Cajun, Zydeco and Blues artists. Savor the many delicacies and flavors of the Big Easy with authentic Cajun and Creole cuisines. Sa 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Su 11 a.m.-8 p.m. $20-$30; Saturday, 11 am-9pm, Sunday, 11 am-8 pm; Rainbow Lagoon Park, Linden Avenue and Shoreline Drive, Long Beach, CA; 562.912.4451

Ocean Prime’s Happy Hour
The modern restaurant and lounge in Beverly Hills from restaurateur Cameron Mitchell is launching a new week night happy hour menu and Summer Fridays to kick off your weekend at 2 pm with $1 oysters, $10 glasses of Veuve Cliquot and more! During happy hour, enjoy $5 off all small plates, sushi,  & raw bar offerings in the lounges, along with handcrafted cocktails for $8 (Hangar 1 Mule, PineFin, Rum Punch, Cuke Gimlet, Prime Margarita, and Black Orchid), and featured beer and wine for $5 and $8. All summer: Monday-Thursday  5 –8 pm, Friday 2 –10 pm; 9595 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; 310.859.4818

Hanjip Korean BBQ Launches Brunch
The Culver City Korean BBQ hotspot is launching a decadent AYCE brunch. Get your fill of banchans and bulgogi, along with other meats like brisket and pork belly. Two options: $19 and $25; Sunday; 3829 Main St, Culver City, CA; 323.720.8804

Picnic LA & The Peace Project
The seasonally driven, picnic inspired restaurant in Culver City, is teaming up with The Peace Project for a fundraiser at the restaurant this weekend. Picnic LA will donate 10% of each check to The Peace Project when you mention the organization when ordering. Enjoy great, locally sourced food while supporting a wonderful cause! Saturday & Sunday, 11 am-9 pm; 9900 Culver Blvd #1b, Culver City, CA 90232; 310.838.3388

Pacifica Hotels Introduces The Fully Renovated, Surf Chic Hotel Hermosa
Hotel Hermosa reopens after 11 months of extensive renovations. Located at 2115 Pacific Coast Highway in the heart of Hermosa Beach, the signature neon sea monster is hard to miss.  They have 81 new guest rooms, spacious loft suites and an expansive back patio called The Yard. The Yard is outfitted like a grown-up playground featuring 3 pool tables, a bocce court, giant Jenga, fire-pits, HDTVs, ample lounge seating and bar stools, umbrellas, and ocean views. In addition, the previous gym has been transformed into a mini yoga studio where instructional videos play every hour and a view of the ocean offers extra inspiration. The new lobby features streaming Wi-Fi, plug and play furniture, a fire table, and public work spaces. 2515 Pacific Coast Hwy, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254

Wilde Wine Bar & Restaurant Celebrates Summer with a Pop-Up Afternoon High Tea
Ladies get out your pearls and lace and Gentlemen add a dash of daring to your look as Wilde Wine Bar and Restaurant is hosting a lavish afternoon high-tea to afternoon soiree pop-up this weekend to celebrate the longest days of Summer. Created by guest Chef Nazie of Tastemonger, the afternoon tea will feature Vegan and gluten free options, a kids menu and additional dishes, a unique modern twist on a traditional  English high-tea. The featured tea this weekend will be the Gentleman’s Tea, a carnivore lovers dream, –  making it a great outing for Dads just in time for Fathers Day. The menu  will offer cakes and sweets, sweet and savory canapés, finger sandwiches and biscuits, served on traditional floral and bone china. Tastemonger will also be creating some of her signature dishes like poached salmon and 8 hour braised beef. You can choose from a list of organic loose leaf teas by Ujjayi Boutique as well as traditional English teas, iced teas, crisp summer white wines, juicy summer reds and champagne cocktails of course! $35 for a traditional tea services and pots of tea start at $4; Saturday & Sunday, 1-5 pm, 320 S La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.932.9500

Omni Downtown‘s BBQ for Father’s Day
The Omni hotel in Downtown is having a globally inspired BBQ with all the meat you can feast on. The BBQ continues each week and will feature Chef’s barbecue action station and will highlight different regions in the USA, like Texas Style Brisket toCarolina-Styled Pulled Pork, to further reaches across the globe from South East Asian Satay, Japanese Yakitori, and Brazilian Churrasco. You will enjoy a buffet of regional and international sides paired to each week’s specific barbecue style. After Father’s Day the price is $20, $12/children 6-12. $45, $20/children 4-12; Sunday, 11 am-3 pm; 251 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90012; 213.617.3300

Father’s Day Food Truck & Music Fest at Angel City Brewery
Join in a Father’s Day Food Truck and Music Fest that has something for everyone. Dad and Mom will enjoy the beers, bands, artisan vendors and bites from local food trucks, while the kids can play a round of corn hole. Alongside their full draft lineup, Angel City will be pouring its limited edition Salted Caramel Gose, a rich and tasty German-style beer with an infusion of caramel. Food trucks include Tomski Sausage, BrewWings, and Surfer Taco and music is from Blood Hounds and Calvin Winbush. Sunday, 2-6 pm; 216 S Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

Bourbon Steak Los Angeles
Toast to your dad over a menu perfect for two. The dinner features a baby iceberg wedge with house-cured bacon; hickory wood-fired American Angus 22 oz. rib eye, along with sauces and sides like cream spinach with feta cheese and shallots and a massive twice baked potato. All guests will take home a Michael Mina cookbook, two custom copper cups, the restaurant’s Moscow mule recipe and a carafe of house made ginger beer. Sunday; The Americana at Brand, 237 S Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA; 818.839.4130

Culina
Enjoy an endless brunch full of delicious eats and Culina favorites like Belgian waffles, dim sum, sushi, an elaborate carving station and savory entrees. Special vegan options in addition to farmer’s market inspired salads will be available. The dessert station will be decadent with house made doughnuts, gelato, sorbets and sugar cones. A special “Man Cave” will be set up in our Grappa Room featuring spicy chicken wings, pulled pork sliders and barbeque pork ribs. $119, $49/children; Sunday, 10 am-2 pm; 300 S Doheny Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90048; 310.860.4000

Tres by José Andrés
Dine on an array of Spanish classics and brunch favorites, including a caviar display and SLS holiday display featuring carvings of roasted Wagyu strip loin and porchetta. Also enjoy fresh pastries, smoked salmon display, cheese and charcuterie and more. $62, $38/children; Sunday; 465 S La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048; 310.246.5551

Circa 55
Indulge in a brunch buffet with free-flowing prosecco and authentic poolside BBQ in the swanky backyard of The Beverly Hilton. Sunday, 11 am-4 pm; $81, $40/children 12 and under; Sunday; 9876 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; 310.887.6055

Lucques
Celebrate in the rustic carriage house of the Harold Lloyd Estate over a special Father’s Day Sunday Supper, highlighting the best in season from the weekly farmers markets. $45; Sunday; 8474 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 323.655.6277

The Peninsula Beverly Hills
Dine in the newly renovated Belvedere Restaurant, the Terrace patio and the hotel’s annual Rooftop BBQ this Father’s Day. The Belvedere’s new seafood-centric Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne Sunday brunch has signatures like oysters on the half shell; lump crab on brioche; “action” stations with items like Yukon Gold and tarragon waffles topped with lobster and béarnaise. $85, $25/free flowing champagne; Sunday; 9882 S Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; 310.551.2888

Au Fudge
The family-friendly restaurant and community clubhouse is spoiling Dad this Father’s Day with massages, specialty cocktails and a themed photo booth in their creative space. Activities include chair massages, hand and foot massages, dress up themed photo booth, mixology bar, Little Abstract Art projects and more. $75, $40/children; Sunday, 10 am, noon, 2 and 4 pm; 9010 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 424.288.4268

The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa
Celebrate over a Champagne brunch featuring dishes including grilled filet Mignon with celery root puree and wild mushroom sauce; horseradish-crusted salmon with pickled onions and tarragon vinaigrette; roasted chicken wild rice salad with dried cranberries, celery, toasted pine nuts and red wine vinaigrette. There’s also a carving station, seafood display, market salads and a dessert spread. Champagne is included with brunch. $48, $20/children 5-11; Sunday, 9 am-2 pm; 3649 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside, CA 92501; 951.784.0300

Church & State
Dine on a special prix-fixe menu for Father’s Day. Selections include an amuse of oyster stuffed with pork belly and fennel; charred octopus, with spring onions, currants and nettles; vegetarian option of seasonal market vegetables, potato gnocchi and English pea jus; local halibut dressed with smoked beets, black rice and tarragon butter; and braised short rib, with daikon, kohlrabi, creamy polenta, and red wine jus. $55, $26/wine pairings; Sunday; 1850 Industrial St, Los Angeles, CA 90021; 213.405.1434

Salt’s Cure
Dine on a three-course dinner with entrees including their seasonal dumpling preparation, currently featuring wild mushrooms and arugula pesto, fresh fish or a select cut of meat from the in-house butcher, and dessert or a cocktail or glass of wine. $35; Sunday; 1155 Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038; 323.465.7258

Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village
Celebrate dad with an elevated brunch buffet from Executive Chef Jesse Hansen. Highlights include the “In The Kitchen” meat station with hoisin-glazed pork ribs and roasted beef ribeye and a seafood induction station with oysters on the half shell, jumbo shrimp, and king crab legs. Additional signature brunch stations include Onyx sushi, an omelette station and gourmet salads. The Hotel’s new Executive Pastry Chef Patrick Fahy has also created an array of pastries, breads, cookies and cakes. Craft beer tastings will be available throughout the brunch featuring local brewery Five Threads, who will showcase a selection of their most popular brews. For kids, a milkshake bar serving vanilla bean, chocolate, and strawberry cheesecake shakes with a selection of gourmet toppings will keep them occupied. $129, $64.50/children 12 and under; Sunday, 10:30 am-2 pm; 2 Dole Dr, Westlake Village, CA 91362; 818.575.3000

Saddle Peak Lodge
Celebrate at Saddle Peak Lodge with a special three-course Father’s Day Brunch. The menu includes items like smoked salmon and bagel, pan-seared Skuna Bay salmon, thick-cut brioche French toast, goat cheese quiche, and prime rib with seasonal veggies. $55, $35/children; Sunday; 419 Cold Canyon Rd, Calabasas, CA 91302; 818.222.3888

All father’s Day Events here.

Sales:

Current/Elliot, Equipment, and Joie
Enjoy up to 80% off denim, silk shirting, and Cali-cool wardrobe essentials during the cult-favorite trio’s summer sale. Friday, 9 am-8 pm, Saturday, 8:30 am-3 pm; Siren Studios, 1050 N Orange Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90038; 323.960.9045

Elaine Kim Studio
Enjoy 30-50% off the local designer’s tops, dresses, shoes, and accessories during her summer sale. Through June 30th; 8373 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048; 323.937.0355

Elyse Walker
Enjoy 50% off select clothing, footwear, bags, and accessories during the designer boutique’s ongoing end-of-season blowout. Sale items will be marked down to 60% off starting June 16th, and 70% off June 30th. 15306 Antioch St, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

Herschel Supply Co. and Native Shoes
In the lobby’s fashion theater, score up to 50% off Herschel Supply Co.’s messenger bags, backpacks, wallets, hats, and more and Native’s footwear for women, men, and kids during the sample sale. Friday, 10 am-6 pm; 110 E 9th St, Los Angeles, CA 90079; 213.630.3600

Malibucali
Take 60-80% off the brand’s luxe leather shoes, bags, and accessories during the one-day sale. No large bags or backpacks are allowed. Saturday, 9 am-2 pm; 2155 E 7th St, 3rd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90023

Maxfield
Now until stock lasts, score up to 60% off avant-garde designers during the luxury boutique’s sale at both its WeHo and Malibu locations. 8825 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 310.274.8800

Newbark
Take 70% off the footwear brand’s slides, sandals, flats, and more during the two-day sample sale. Friday, 9 am-6 pm, Saturday, 10 am-7 pm; 1024 N Orange Dr, suite 100, Los Angeles, CA 90038; RSVP by emailing RSVP@newbark.com.

Opening Ceremony
Now until stock lasts, enjoy up to 60% off select items in-store and online. 451 N LA Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90048; 310.652.1120

Ron Herman Melrose
Now until stock lasts, enjoy 50% off select items in-store and online. 8100 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046; 323.651.4129

Sanctuary
Score the label’s womenswear starting at $15 during its spring warehouse sale. There’s a 10% surcharge for credit and debit payments and that no strollers and food are allowed. Saturday, 9 am-2 pm; 3611 N San Fernando Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505

Show Me Your Mumu
Get up to 75% off the LA label’s (and one of my fave labels) dresses, rompers, tops, and more during the sample sale hosted by The Bachelor contestant Becca Tilley. Expect everything to be under $100. Friday, 8 am-6 pm; 2420 E 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90021

TENOVERSIX
Now until stock lasts, save 30% off designer labels like Rachel Comey, Samuji, Apiece Apart, Rodebjer, and more during the cool boutique’s summer sale. 8425 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 323.330.9355

Xirena
Score 50-70% off the bohemian label’s swimwear and lingerie during the one-day, cash-only warehouse sale. Friday, 10 am-3 pm; 860 S Los Angeles St, Suite 608, Los Angeles, CA 90014; 213.627.3754

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