Psycho at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

This weekend, head to the Bates Motel. Norman Bates’s best friend is his mother in the film that sent a shockwave through cinema. The shower scene changed cinema forever. Check out their photo booth and enjoy DJ sets before and after the film. $12 – $20; Saturday, 8:30 pm; 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038

Movie Night in the Garden

Bacari W. 3rd’s Movie Night in the Garden on their shaded patioisshoing Clueless. Ticket price includes movie admission, a three course cicchetti-style dinner, and a selection of unlimited candy, snacks, and specialty popcorn. $50; Sunday, 8 pm; 8030 3/4 West 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048


the original traveling outdoor cinema series, presents a special 30th anniversary screening of the 1989 Spike Lee classic, Do the Right Thing. On the hottest day of the year on a street in Brooklyn, a conflict between pizzeria owner (Danny Aiello) and local Buggin’ Out (Giancarlo Esposito) inspires neighborhood hate to build into violence. Projected on to the largest inflatable movie screen on the West Coast, the film will follow a musical performance by socially conscious alternative pop star DeQn Sue and bites from some of L.A.’s food trucks. $14, $16/door, $21/fashionably late; $8/12 and under; Saturday, doors: 5:30 pm, music: 7 pm, movie: 8:30 pm; Santa Monica High School Amphitheater at 601 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405

Celebrate 85 Years of The Original Farmers Market with an 80s Anniversary Event

Get into the groove at The Original Farmers Market’s anniversary event. Celebrate 85 years of LA’s favorite gathering place with the ultimate 80s extravaganza! The afternoon will kick off with DJ Ricky spinning 80s tunes and leading 80s karaoke on the West Patio. Enjoy a photo booth with 80s props, as well as arts and crafts activities, including making CD spinning tops and 80s pop culture pins. Put on your dancing shoes and bring the whole family, as The Radio Rebels, Southern California’s premier 80s rock and variety dance party bandwill perform the best of the 80s on the Plaza. Free; Sunday, 7 pm; 6333 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.933.9211

DTLA Proud 

Celebrate LGBTQ culture, history and diversity with a lineup of talented artists and exhibits. Explore vendors, art installations, food trucks, bars and even a pop-up water park. Free/Friday, $20/Saturday & Sunday; Friday, 4-10 pm, Saturday & Sunday 12-10 pm; Pershing Square, 532 S. Olive St, Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival

This foodie event showcases the finest in food and drink culture throughout Los Angeles, as well as culinary personalities from throughout the nation. Expect tastings, cooking demos and special events across Los Angeles, such as an epic burger showdown with celebrity guest judges including actor Seth Rogen. Through Sunday; 855.433.5239

Taste of Brews

This ninth annual craft-beer festival has unlimited tastes of microbrews from breweries like Beachwood and Golden Road Brewing. There is also food from SoCal’s premier mobile restaurants. Advance purchase $25.50-$40; Saturday, noon – 5 pm (alcohol service ends at 4 pm); Shoreline Aquatic Park, 200 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA; 714.375.1132

Sunday in Brooklyn x Venice Rose Brunch Pop-Up

In anticipation of the October opening of Sunday Hospitality’s restaurant Sibling Rival the group will be throwing a collaborative brunch featuring exclusive sneak-peek previews from the soon-to-open eatery. The spread will also consist of classic menu favorites from Sunday in Brooklyn and the Rose. Dishes include Sunday Pancakes, Black Cod Pastrami, Green Toast, and Strawberry Hand Pies. Sunday, 8 am – 3 pm; The Rose Venice, 220 Rose Ave, Venice, CA

Club 90’s Britney Night

This Friday, throw it back with tribute to my favorite pop princess. Dance to a massive dose of Britney all night with the best 90s and 00s anthems. Everything from NSYNC, Destiny’s Child, Blink 182, Backstreet Boys, No Doubt, TLC and more. $10; Friday, 10 pm; 3040 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90026




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