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Map of the Day: ExperienceLA Launches 'Things to Do' Map

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ExperienceLA recently launched a new interactive map that lets you choose what kind of events--theatre, dance, music, etc, some combination thereof--it should display. It's in beta now (they're seeking input and hence the missing Gold Line Eastside Extension), but it's a fun way to look at your neighborhood to see what's going on. By no means it is complete (it's up to arts organizations to submit events), but it's great tool we'll be making use of more often than not.

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