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Arts and Entertainment

Get Out: Long Beach Art, Million Dollar Matinee & Culture Clash

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LONG BEACH: Yesterday Pacific Standard Time went behind the Orange Curtain. Today it's headed to Long Beach. You can hop on a bus at 10:30am at the Macy at the South Coast Mall and check out what kind of art Long Beach has to offer. Or you can go solo and take advantage of the free admission and curatorial tours at the Long Beach Museum of Art, the Museum of Latin American Art and University Art Museum at California State University Long Beach. For more information about today's schedule at these museums, visit the Pacific Standard Time website.

PERFORMANCE: Today the performance art group Culture Clash will be reading at performing from its new books of plays "Oh, Wild West!" at LACMA today at 4pm. In their show "Culture Clash: Banned in Arizona Welcomed at LACMA," the group will discuss having its art banned. The performance at the Art Catalogues Bookstore in the Ahmanson Building is free but seating is limited. For more information, visit LACMA's website.

CLASSIC: The Los Angeles Conservancy is sponsoring the showing of "Miracle on 34th Street" at the Million Dollar Theatre on Broadway downtown. The showing is at 2pm (but you can get there as early at 1:15pm if you want to check out the theater). Tickets are $15. The theater is located at 307 South Broadway. For more information, visit the conservancy website.