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The week ended oddly for some us here at LAist (editor's note: mainly me) so we didn't get a chance to tell you about some of the other cool stuff going on this weekend. We did mention Instant Gratification which had a very successful opening last night. Much of the featured artwork was sold and they even had a Six Feet Under alum, Anne Ramsay, make her way through the deceptively large Kraft Studios.

But we had really wanted to tell you about the launch parties for Pretty Persuasion that are happening at Red Buddha this weekend. While the masses are all about the daisy dukes right now, we'll save our movie bucks for next week when Evan Rachel Wood is incredibly inappropriate in bobby socks. Tonight at Red Buddha is Gorgeous! featuring DJ Tuesdae (the Playboy Sex Kitten) and no cover. They also will be doing some Pretty Persuasion giveaways and just generally having a good time. The LA-Based flick opens on Friday.

Previously on LAist:
- We discussed why tourists love the promenade.
- We talked Lane and Cusack.
- We interviewed Tamara Gregory.
- We (and the city council) said no to mcmansions.
- We toured downtown architecture.
- And, we celebrated!
The Week in Full.