Weekend Guide Oct. 4 + 5 + 6

It’s time for the weekend and for once I’m able to put out a Weekend Guide! It’s been crazy at work, but I can’t not do one on Life Absorbed’s birthday! Crazy-talk.


Tonight, Friday October 4th, maybe you were lucky enough to snag a $60 ticket to the small Moby concert at the Fonda? It looks like a limited number are left, so if you’re a fan it’ll be worth the price. The concert starts at 8:30, so you’ve only got 4 hours left to decide.


Not a Moby fan? Like outdoor movies? The many outdoor summer series throughout the summer may have ended, but there’s one that normally begins in Fall, It’s the Barnsdall Art Park’s Outdoor Movie Nights. For some reason they have only committed to doing this one night this fall, and it’s tonight! I hope you like the film Inception. The remaining tickets are $25 but include wine/beer. Usually food trucks are there too and it’s fun to layout a picnic on the hill overlooking downtown as the sun is setting while sipping wine and watching movies. Enjoy!


Lastly, you can check out Maria Bamford tonight in NoHo at The Federal Bar. They have good food, beer and comedy (upstairs). She will be performing with other comedians in a Ladies Night Fun-raiser. Tickets are $15, get there at 7pm!


If you’re up for shopping Saturday, October 5, check out THIS Pop-up Vintage Marketplace happening downtown. There’s going to be a dj and food and all that jazz from 3-8pm. Tickets are $10 and you can get them HERE or at the door.


If you are ready to rock out, you better hit up the Eagle Rock Music Festival happening (you guessed it) in Eagle Rock (Colorado Blvd)! It’s a $10 suggested donation. Check out the lineup HERE!


At night head downtown to see the Zombie Fashion Show + Creature Art Exhibit at Lot 613. There’s a $10 cover and the event includes tons of zombie pieces in this fashion show as well as djs (of course). 21+


On Sunday, October 5th, CicLAvia is happening downtown from 9a-4pm. Check out the map and deets HERE!


Book Soup in West Hollywood has Bo Burnham stopping by Sunday at 5pm. There’s also a Saturday Book Soup event with Nick Offerman for his new book. Check out the store website for details.

Alright, Happy Weekend Everybody! Go out there and have fun!

Weekend Guide September 7 + 8 + 9

Do you like the new Weekend Guide layout? If you click on the event box, it’ll bring you directly to the events website. Let me know what you think! Are you ready for the weekend? LETS DO THIS!

Weekend Guide March 30 + 31 + 1

Woo hoo! It’s Friday and time for the Weekend Guide! Do you have mega millions lottery fever? What would you do with 640 million dollars? In case you are one of the zillion people who don’t win this weekend… here are some cheap ideas for an awesome weekend in LA!

FRIDAY March 30:

Tonight from 6-9pm, Burbank is having Ladies Night Out which is when the shops stay open late and food trucks line the street to allow a night out of fun for Burbankers. I would suggest hitting this event and then heading down to Tony’s Darts Away for some fresh brews.

I know it’s technically not April yet, but tonight is First Friday at the Natural History Museum. Get there early because this event is always packed. Matthew Dear and Songodsuns are performing. Anthony Valdez and Eric J. Lawerence will be spinning in the DJ Lounge. Tickets are sold out but at 5pm they are selling tickets at the door, only $12! For an awesome night… that’s a great price.

SATURDAY March 31:

I know I’ve told you all about the Pacific Standard Time events that have been going on all year, but we are approaching the conclusion. As part of the celebration, on Saturday 20 museums are offering free admission. FREE ADMISSION! That’s such a good deal! You better take advantage of it! Check out the full list of museums involved HERE.

Do you want to see MORE art? The Brewery ArtWalk is open twice a year from 11am- 6pm and one of those times happens to be this weekend. To check out their website and see some of the art that will be displayed, check out this LINK

What? That’s not enough art for you and you want even MORE?? Well here it is! Maximillian Gallery has an exhibit opening from 6-8pm. The topic is street art in their New Urban Voices exhibit. They even have a street art blog (HERE) describing shots of graffiti from all over LA.

SUNDAY April 1:

On Sunday the Barnsdall Art Park is having an art sale from 11am to 4pm. That neighborhood is really cool. Come for the art and stay for the tour, sunshine, and views!

Neraby, from 12-5pm Royal T is holding a Recollection: Vintage Swap and Shop event. Guests are supposed to bring 3 items for the “swap rack” and expect to find some killer steals.

Now get outta work and have a nice weekend!