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Get Out: Lubitsch Double-Feature, Historic West Adams Tour, "The Clock" & Free Donuts

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TIME: LACMA will be hosting a 24-hour screening of Christian Marclay’s "The Clock," which shows clocks showing the current time for a full day. At the same time, ForYourArt is launching a pop-up 24-Hour Donut Shop that will offer a selection of signature donuts from shops around the city. The film will begin on Saturday at 12 pm and go through 12 pm on Sunday. For more information visit the ForYourArt website.

HISTORY: The 3rd Annual "Art in Historic Place" tour in West Adams is today from 10am until 4pm. The tour includes a view of artist’s homes and studios, as well as a chance to see the beautiful Clark Library. Hurry, because the last ticket will be sold at 1pm and check-in will be at the West Adams Heritage Association’s pop-up gallery. For more information and to purchase your tickets visit the association's website.

CLASSIC: The New Beverly Cinema is having an Ernst Lubitsch double-feature today. You can see “The Shop Around the Corner” at 3:30 & 7:30 pm, and "Design for Living" at 5:30 & 9:30 pm. For more information about the New Beverly Cinema, visit the theater's website.

GLAMOUROUS: King Gillette Ranch, which is located just off Mulholland Drive, used to belong to MGM's head honcho Clarence Brown (it's owned by the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority now). The studio used to film movies here then and it's still a popular place to film now, but you can enjoy the natural beauty and old Hollywood history in person on a walking tour today. The easy walking tour starts at 3 pm at the main parking lot next to the dormitory. For directions to the ranch, visit the conservancy's site.

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