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Get Out: Free Fruit Trees, Drag Queen Bingo, A Big Football Game
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Free Fruit Trees @LACMA
As part of their current partnership exhibition at LACMA, The Fruit of LACMA, which assembles work in several media (painting, photography, and decorative arts) to examine the haunting persistence of fruit in art, Fallen Fruit will be giving away free fruit trees today at Noon at the Museum. (They suggest you get there early to get in on the giving.) This public fruit-tree adoption, officially launches EATLACMA, the museum's year-long series of food-related talks, performances, exhibitions, and other events on culture, art, politics, and eatables.
Drag Queen Bingo @Hamburger Mary's
You don't have to dress in drag (unless you want to!) but you can have fun and support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society at tonight's always-popular Drag Queen Bingo at Hamburger Mary's in WeHo at 7:30. For a $20 entrance donation you get $20 10 bingo cards, which gives you 10 chances to win the great prize packages. This year's prize packages have an average value of $200 and include, Lululemon , Starbucks, Coffee Bean, and Queen Bee waxing goodies, DVDS, restaurant gift cards, gym memberships, grocery store gift cards, massages, waxing, body treatments, DVDs, dance classes, and gym memberships. and more.
Watch the Super Bowl...or Not
A few days ago we shared with you some suggestions on where to belly up to the bar or settle down at a restaurant table to watch the "big game." If you're still looking for a spot, check out our suggestions. If you're totally not interested in the game, you might want to hide out at the movies, or read a good book.
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