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Pencil This In: Black Friday Deals, Hitchcock Series Closing Weekend

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Moods of Norway on Robertson has treats planned for Black Friday shoppers today: Complimentary champagne and waffles and 15% off purchases.

This is the final weekend for Hitchcock: The British Thrillers series at LACMA. Tonight’s double feature includes The 39 Steps and Number 17. The films in the series were directed by Hitchcock between 1930 and 1939, the year he went to Hollywood to make Rebecca for director David O. Selznik. Tickets $10; $7 museum members, seniors (62+), students with valid ID. $5 second film only of a double-feature; no advance purchase.

Put down the turkey and gravy. It’s officially the Christmas money spending shopping season. Pasadena holds a big tree-lighting ceremony and party for Santa's arrival in the Courtyard at One Colorado tonight at 6 pm. Attendees are encouraged to donate a toy to the Charles Cherniss Toy Drive to receive a complimentary photo with Santa.  

There’s a 20-40% sale off the entire Munky King store on Melrose all day today. Sanrio and Mimobots are releasing an exclusive Hello Kitty Flash drive which means...goody bags: The first 50 people will receive gifts from Sanrio, Lucasfilm and Munky King. Also enter to win Hello Kitty prizes.

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The Rockwell Ice Cream Truck is making the rounds of LA and Orange County roads this weekend offering collectibles each day ranging from exclusive tees to pillows to duvet covers to a limited zine+cd with Arkitip and everything in between. The Rockwell Brand is the brainchild of graphic artist/illustrator/typographer/designer Parra, who was the Amsterdam red-light district's best kept secret. To find out where the truck will be this weekend, follow partner Stones Throw on Twitter.

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