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Arts and Entertainment

Get Out: Fruit Park Opening, New Year's Eve Do-Over & Roman Polanski's 'Tess'

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FRUITY: Los Angeles' first fruit park is opening up today. The dedication was this morning, but you should stop by and check out the exciting new urban art project. Del Aire Park in El Segundo is the site of the new urban orchard. For more information, check out our write-up.

DANCE: Did you spend too much money on New Year's Eve and not end up having too much fun? Head over to The Echo tonight for the Bootie LA New Year's Do-Over Party. The regular mash-up dance party that starts at 9 pm.

FILM: Tonight Roman Polanski's adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles "Tess" (1980) screens at LACMA. Nastassja Kinski stars in the title role. Polanski earned an Oscar nom for his work, and it ended up winning for best cinematography. The movie starts at 7:30 pm, and it costs $5. For more information, visit LACMA's website.