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Random Thursday Night Things to Do

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It's a gorgeous June day in LA, and LAist is looking for a little something something to do tonight. We're debating a few things like:

1. Heading for the ocean after work, though the thought of heading across town (via the I-10) at rush hour really doesn't appeal that much. Although a drink at Shutters on the Beach really does.

2. Looking at the doggies (and their owners) while hiking Runyon Canyon.

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3. Dropping by the late night Plastic Dog CD release party at Three Clubs.

4. Going for an iced coffee at the Coffee Bean at Sunset and Fairfax and diving into theLA Weekly's Literary Supplement. (And watching all those hikers from Runyon do the same.)

What else should we do tonight or even tomorrow night, LA?

Give us something because we really don't want to stay home tonight and watch the 2006 Scripps National Spelling Bee (yes, it's on prime time TV tonight on ABC 7).

Photo by via Flickr.

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