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Get Out: X Games, LA Rising, Frozen Dinosaur Attack

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Extremely Dangerous: ESPN LA has all the X Games fate-tempting that your mortal body desires. Happening in DtLA all weekend. Events, times, locations, etc all available here.

Extremely Loud: Presented by KROQ and Goldenvoice, LA Rising, featuring Rage Against The Machine, Muse, Rise Against and more, is taking place today at the LA Coliseum in Downtown LA. Set times here. Tickets here.

Extremely Implausible: The Page Museum at the La Brea Tar pits is screening your new favorite movie, Dinosaurs (1960), about frozen prehistoric creatures (and a frozen Neanderthal man) discovered under the sea that come to life and attack an island. Obviously. "Bring your picnic blanket and cozy up to watch a movie in Hancock Park at the Page Museum at La Brea Tar Pits. Come join us for thrills, chills, and, yes, all the goofiness of those vintage sci-fi and horror flicks, and get here early for a light-hearted discussion with our own science experts, as we introduce the day's featured movie to see if there's any common ground between science fact and science fiction." 8:30 p.m.

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