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Get Out: Korean BBQ at STREET, Vice's Casa Indio & David Arquette at UnCabaret
MUSIC: Vice is curating a series called Casa Indio that brings Mexican artists across the border to different cities in the US. It kicks off in Los Angeles, and today's event starts at 4 pm and goes until midnight. There will be a screenprinting workshop with Level Press Ink, and the musicians features are White Rainbow and Teen Flirt. The event is 21 and over, and you have to sign up at the site for more information.
FILM: This month Cinefamily has been hosting a retrospective of the work of Japanese filmmaker and cult favorite Nobuhiko Obayashi. Tonight you can catch his latest film "Casting Blossoms To The Sky" (2012) at 4 pm that wrestles with the legacy of World War II and "The Girl Who Leapt Through Time" (1983) at 10:15 pm. For more information, visit Cinefamily's website.
COMEDY: The guests at tonight's UnCabaret will be David Arquette, Rebecca Corry, Drew Droege, Ben Gleib, Zach Sherwin, Sarah Thyre and Moon Zappa. It's held at First & Hope. Doors open at 7 pm, and the show starts at 8 pm. Tickets start at $20.
ART: Today a retrospective featuring the work of James Turrell, a major player in the Southern California Light and Space movement during the 1960s and 1970s. On display will be his geometric light projects, prints and drawings and holograms. You will need separate tickets to see Turrell's Perpetual Cell series. For more information, visit LACMA's website.
BARBEQUE: STREET is hosting a giant Memorial Day Weekend BBQ that will feature some pretty tasty-sounding Korean BBQ, kimchi and sake. The grill will be fired up and ready at noon and will be going on until 9 pm. Tickets are $45 dollars per person (and that includes three drink tickets). For more information, visit STREET's website.
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