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Get Out: Holiday Market at Wirtshaus, An Artistic Drive Along Mulholland and LA Phil Performs Lutoslawski

Mulholland Drive (Photo by Eric Demarcq via the LAist Featured Photos pool)
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HOLIDAY: La Brea's tastiest German eatery, Wirtshaus, hosts their 2nd Annual Holiday Market from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Shoppers can peruse locally-made fashions and foods, enjoy bottomless champagne and mimosas, and even get inked courtesy of Velvet Grip Family Tattoo.

ART: Los Angeles Road Concerts presents "Mulholland Dérive," an exhibition of site-specific art happenings by 100+ local artists along Mulholland's 21-mile length. The event is free, and viewers are invited to experience the program at their own pace. It goes from noon until 6 pm. For more info, check out the group's Facebook page.

MUSIC: The L.A. Phil continues their centennial celebration of underrated composer Witold Lutoslawski in a program led by guest conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen. Works by Tchaikovsky, Schumann and Salonen himself round out the afternoon. The concert starts at 2 p.m. Tickets start at $24.

FILM: The Cinefamily continues their run of Leos Carax's French-language Oscar favorite, "Holy Motors," with showings at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Tickets are $12 or free for members. Here's a preview:

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