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Pencil This In: C'est Beau Pop-up Shop Opens on Abbot Kinney, Love/Hate Los Angeles Art Exhibit at The Strange and Cabaret at Edgemar Center

Love/Hate art exhibit opens tonight for a week tonight.
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A pop-up and concept shop, C’est Beau, opens in on Abbott Kinney Boulevard today, serving as a sample sale store for designer labels Nom De Guerre, Reason, Claw Money, Pegleg, Mishka, Huffer, SLVDR, Ateliers Arthur, Lovewright Co., Keep Shoes, Land, Onia, George Guest, Bubululu, Liquid Flow, RA, Osea and others. Opening reception from 4-10 pm with drinks, music and art, too. ART
Love/Hate Los Angeles—an art exhibition that expresses Angelinos’ conflicts with their city—opens tonight at The Strange (4316 Melrose Ave., LA). There are paintings, photography, fashion and mixed media installations on display that speak to the passions that the city stirs in all of us. Reception from 7:30-midnight with live music by Bees Knees: Appalachian Old Time Band Music.

The Brimmer Street Theatre Company previews the world premiere of Summer in Hell by Miles Brandman, directed by David Jette, at studio|stage in Hollywood. Cousins Milton and Patricia are partaking in a “less than savory relationship” behind closed doors of their family’s summer estate. Their secret is threatened when a local boy stops by for an impromptu visit. Previews tonight at 8 pm with tickets at $10. Runs through Dec. 18 with tickets for $15.