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Get Out: Silver Lake Jubilee, California Noir & Psychedelic Noise Rock
FESTIVAL: Today (and tomorrow) is the Silver Lake Jubilee. The music kicks off at noon go on until 1 am, and you can find the full line-up and set times here.
MUSIC: If you're looking for music in a slightly more intimate venue, look no further than the event that kicks off tonight at 8 pm at HM157 in Lincoln Heights. Michael Yonkers & the Blind Shake and Emily Lacy will be performing. A $10 contribution is recommended. For more information about the event, check out its Facebook page.
NOIR: In the mood for some mid-century California noir? Head over to LACMA tonight, which will be showing Murder by Contract at 5 pm, Nightfall at 7:30 pm and The Prowler at 8:50 pm.
BOOZE IN THE GARDEN: The Getty's Garden is re-opening this weekend and it's celebrating by offering drink specials.
HISTORY: Grauman's will be offering up tours this morning and tomorrow until noon to celebrate its 85th birthday.
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