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Get Out: Dinner to Dye For, Caravaggio & Burlesque
ART: LACMA is hosting an exhibit featuring the works of Caravaggio and others who have picked up the baton in Italy, Spain, France and the Netherlands into the late 17th century. It opens today. For more information about the exhibit, visit LACMA's website.
DYE: Today Laurie Dill of Your Local Hive and Sasha Duerr of the Permacouture Institute in San Francisco are partnering up for a “Dinner to Dye For” workshop. You will learn to use natural dyes that are as good for your wardrobe as they are for your stomach. The workshop and dinner costs $125, and it's being held at the Peter Fetterman Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica. Visit the event's Facebook page for more information and to reserve. You can also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. For more weekend culinary events, check out our round-up.
MUSIC: In the mood for music. You can check out Lydia Lunch with Retrovirus featuring Algis Kizys, Bob Bert, Weasel Walter at The Echo tonight starting at 6:30 pm. Tickets are $13-15. For more information, check out The Echo's website.
BURLESQUE: El Cid is hosting the The Sultry Sweet Burlesque And Variety Show, which will feature burlesque with live music, singing, dancing, aerial trapeze, fire dancing, comedy and more. The doors open at 7:30 pm and the show begins at 8:30 pm. General admission is $15 (VIP is $20). Go here for more information or to buy a ticket.
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