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Get Out: Ice-Skating, Global Bazaar & Shostakovich

Painting in East L.A. (Photo by CindiK. via the LAist Featured Photos pool)
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ICE-SKATING: Today the LA Kings Holiday Ice at LA Live opens. Admission is $13, which includes skate rental, and guests can choose between two daily skate sessions, one in the late afternoon and one in the evening. The rink will be open until January 4. For more information or to check out other rinks around the city, check out our round-up.

HANDCRAFTED: Looking for a gift with a human touch? Check out the Global Bazaar going on today at the Craft & Folk Art Museum. It goes today from noon until 5 pm. Besides featuring vendors and artists showing off their crafts, there will be refreshments and live music. The museum is located at 5814 Wilshire Boulevard. For more information, visit the bazaar's site.

CLASSICAL: Today Vasily Petrenko will be conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic, which will be performing Shostakovich's Tenth Symphony. The matinee starts at 2 pm at Walt Disney Concert Hall. Simon Trpčeski will be on the piano. For more information, visit the LA Phil's website.

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