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Get Out: Sunday

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SAY HELLO TO DEATH: Or at least the Museum of Death, in their new location. Fans of the macabre will delight in checking out one of this town's strangest tributes in museum form. Go if you dare!

Celebrate the 7th annual official Bastille Day LA Festival in WeHo, with "French gastronomic delicacies and spectacular live entertainment." You may see some or all of the following: A Parisian Waiters Race, street performers, French Market vendors, Sidewalk cafes, and French food & wine.

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KEEP DRINKING WINE: At the 2nd day of the LA Wine Fest at the historic Raleigh Studios. (We suggested that you "Swirl 'Til You Twirl" the other day when we wrote about it.) Ticket info.

SEE WHAT HAPPENS WHEN BLAKE MEETS JULIE: It's a "Blake Edwards Retrospective" at the Aero Theatre tonight with a double bill of films the director made with his wife, Julie Andrews. First is the phenomenal musical Victor/Victoria--a hilarious Depression-era romp about a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman--follwed by Darling Lili, where Ms. Andrews plays a German spy.

Other things to do: Check out the Pike Bar & Fish Grill in Long Beach, take a trip to the OC County Fair, see some horror film and graffiti-inspired art on Melrose, buy the iPhone you've been putting off getting, or go to Hell...(Hellboy II, that is).