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Get Out: Chinatown Summer Nights, The Princess Bride Outside, Scott Pilgrim Signing & Gaming, and Flugtag

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Chinatown Summer Nights: Harmony
The third of four August Saturdays finds the Plaza in Chinatown hopping with energy thanks to Chinatown Summer Nights. For this installment, Harmony, you'll find another fun evening of vendor booths, food trucks, workshops, arts and crafts, cooking demos, and the dancefloor with tunes spun by KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole [8-11 p.m.]. Find Deep End Dining blogger Eddie Lin as he leads a captivating exploration into the work of local chefs from Golden Dragon Restaurant [5-6pm] and Hop Woo BBQ Seafood Restaurant [8-9pm]. Free. 5-Midnight. Chinatown.

Outdoor Cinema Food Fest: The Princess Bride
Experience the Outdoor Cinema Food Fest featuring the best food trucks in Los Angeles. It's the ultimate picnic in the park - no basket required! Kick back and enjoy your gourmet street food in a beautiful park under the stars. Watch movies on the largest outdoor movie screen on the west coast - three stories tall - 52 feet wide! Tonight: The Princess Bride. Grounds fee: $8/person (discount for groups of 4) [Eventbrite]. Doors @6, band plays @6:30, movie shows @8:30. [Event info]