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Arts and Entertainment

Get Out: Gods' Logo, Miracle Mile Art Walk & Day of the Dead Strip Crawl

"Keri Rosebraugh: Gods’ Logos" (Photo courtesy of Co-op 28 Gallery)
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TRADEMARKED: Is the cross a symbol or a trademark? Artist Keri Rosebraugh searches for the answers through her drawing and painting. Her exhibition "Keri Rosebraugh: Gods' Logos" opens today and there will be a reception from 6 until 9 pm tonight at the Co-op 28 Gallery, 1728 N. Vermont Ave. For more information, call (323) 669-2828 or visit the gallery's website.

ART WALK: Tonight is the last Miracle Mile Art Walk of 2011. The event lasts from 2 until 10 pm. The galleries participating include A+D Architecture and Design Museum, Los Angeles, Steve Turner Contemporary, Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM), Edward Cella Art + Architecture, Gallery 6020, Merry Karnowsky Gallery, ANN330 GALLERY, Artspace Warehouse, Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, Thomas Paul Fine Art, The Loft at Liz's, Tobey C. Moss Gallery, Arkitip Projects, and Couturier Gallery. For more information about the talks and events that will be going on, visit the event's website.

STRIP CRAWL: Businesses on the Sunset Strip are hosting a Day of the Dead Strip Crawl today. It's like the tweet crawls that they have been organizing but with a holiday twist. If you walk down the boulevard and check in on twitter there will be food and drink specials, live entertainment and prizes. The hashtag is #StripCrawl and you can check out @TheComedyStore, @redrocksunset, @IslaHollywood, @theVIPERroom, @DukesWeHo, @TheRoxy and @ConeyDogLA.

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