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Get Out: Hike Under the Supermoon, Transmission L.A.'s Last Weekend, Free Comic Book Day

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HIKE: Want to hike under the light of tonight's supermoon? It should be a beautiful spring evening for such a hike. Meet at the Sooky Goldman Nature Center in Franklin Canyon for a full moon jaunt at 7 pm. The moderately strenuous hike features great views. For more information about hikes, check out Franklin Canyon's calendar.

ART: This is the last weekend of Transmission L.A., an art festival curated by Beastie Boy Mike D, so you should head over if haven't checked it out yet. (Don't forget to take a few on shots from the exhibit on Instagram.) Tickets from the Diplo & Mad Decent Crew Live Performance have sold out but there might be a few tickets left at the door.

COMICS: Today is Free Comic Book Day. Who is participating? You can check out this store locator to find out which shops you should check out near you.

FILM: REDCAT is hosting an international children's film festival—but we're pretty sure you it's okay to show up if you're still a child at heart. On today's schedule, you can watch children's short films from all over the world: the Netherlands, Japan, Germany, Italy and France. There are screenings that begin at 12 pm, 1:30pm and 3 pm. For more information, check out the full REDCAT schedule.

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