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Get Out: Transformers Convention, Hiking & Theatre

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Photo by California CPA via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr

Photo by California CPA via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr
Malibu Bluffs
Start off the morning with a nice casual two hour hike/walk starting at Malibu Bluffs Park and heading to the beach led by the California Native Plant Society who will teach you about wildflowers, native grasses and invading weeds. Begins at 10 a.m.

Speaking of Hiking...
Casey Schreiner at Modern Hiker has some tips and recommendations for summer hiking in LA.

Indie Music Fest Near Hiking Trails
Keeping with a theme here, BuFest at the National Park Service's Parmount Ranch enters its second day of festivities. It's a green indie music festival!

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Whimsical Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit
As the last stop on his American tour, pop artist Romero Britto opened a temporary exhibit of his sculptures at Long Beach's The Pike at Rainbow Harbor. Previously, they were found in Pasadena at Paseo Colorado.

Transformers Nerds
It's the last day of BotCon in Pasadena. Yes, it's an event where you can get geeky about Transformers all day long.

Threatre Festival Gets Extended
John Patrick Shanley has won an Oscar, a Tony and a Pulitzer so this year the 68-Cent Crew Theatre Company produced a festival dedicated to 13 of his plays, which just was extended through August. Tonight's set includes "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea" and "Welcome to the Moon." The plays are performed on a schedule every two weeks. Check the schedule here.