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Arts and Entertainment

Get Out: Brewery Artwalk, Queer Art & Video Games

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STROLL: Today and Sunday you can enjoy the free Brewery Artwalk's fall event. Stroll around the Brewery and chat with the artists in their studios and lofts. Check out their work, shop and have a bite to eat. It's happening at 2100 N. Main St. from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Here's the event's website.

VIEW: The exhibit "Cruising the Archive: Queer Art and Culture in Los Angeles, 1945-1980: Wink Wink" opens today at ONE Archives Gallery & Museum as a part of the region-wide collaboration Pacific Standard Time. Cruising the Archive is a three-part project that explores the relationship between artistic practices and LGBTQ histories through art, objects and archival documents culled from the collections at ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives. The gallery is at 626 N. Robertson Blvd. in West Hollywood. More information about the exhibit is here.

PLAY: Feel like playing video games all day but in a setting that might make you feel more like a well-socialized adult? Gallery Nucleus can hook you up for $10 (but it's $15 at the door). The gallery is hosting an event put on by SC3, the Southern California Classic Collectors, which means you will have the chance to play rare and awesome arcade and home console games. You can also bring in your trades — all while live music is playing from noon until midnight. The gallery is located at 210 East Main Street in Alhambra. For more info, visit the websites of the gallery or host.

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