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Arts and Entertainment

Get Out: "Vertigo," Street Art & Rhino Records Pop-Up

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"Vertigo" at Cinespia
See this 1958 Hitchcock classic under the stars at Hollywood Forever. Gates are at 7 p.m., movie at 8:30. $10 donation tickets available at the gate, or you can buy ahead online. Parking is $10. Bring food and drink, but no tall chairs. [Info]

Street Art Exhibit
Opening tonight at Maximillian Gallery is “What Graffiti is to New York - Street Art is to Los Angeles,” an exhibition curated by Melrose and Fairfax, featuring the top Los Angeles Street Artists. Says the gallery: "The show features not only the best artists but the juiciest stories, including everything from a 9-year old street artist, to a porn star street artist, and ranges from an artist who had a flattering interview with Forbes, to a street artist featured on national news for being arrested." Opening reception tonight, 6-9 p.m. Show runs through June 30.

Rhino Records Pop-Up Store & Performances
Set to run from May 27 to June 12 just blocks from the original location, the Rhino Records Pop Up Store is sure to recapture some of the glory of the legendary Westwood storefront that provided music lovers with a place to commune, find great deals, and hear rising music stars from 1973 to 2005. The 2011 Rhino Pop Up Store will raise funds for The Recording Academy’s popular music community services charity MusiCares through sales of vinyl, CDs, DVDs, collectibles, art and donations from event attendees. Live performances today: 6:30pm Inhale; 8:00pm Doghouse Lords; 9:00pm Infante's Inferno.