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You can see the floats up close and personal all day today | Photo by Peggy Archer/LAist
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GET INTO LOCAL MUSEUMS FOR FREE
...Okay, if you have a Bank of America Card. The banking behemoth is sponsoring a year of free weekends at museums all around the US, including local stops like LACMA, the Autry, and the Museum of Latin American Art. The promotion ends the first weekend in April, but, hey, it's the first weekend in January, so let that B of A debit card work for you this time!

GET YOUR LAST LOOK AT THE ROSE PARADE FLOATS
If you want to take a gander at the 46 glorious flora-bedecked floats from this week's 120th Tournament of Roses Parade, head over to Sierra Madre Boulevard near Pasadena High School, where from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. they are viewable to the public. Admission is $7 for adults, and kids 5 and younger are free. Because parking is limited, you can take shuttle buses from lots set up at the Rose Bowl at Seco Street and North Arroyo Seco Boulevard, at Pasdena City College at 1570 E. Colorado Blvd. and at the Community Education Center at 3035 E. Foothill Blvd. Round-trip shuttle tickets are $3. You can also catch a shuttle at the Sierra Madre Villa Gold Line station.