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Nicholas Clark Ashbaugh

  • Arts and Entertainment
    Catch a free performance by Aberdeen City tonight at Spaceland. Doors open at 8:30 PM and Aberdeen take the stage at 9 PM. For info, call 323-661-4380. You can also catch the band tomorrow at The Viper Room. Doors open at 8 PM and the band takes the stage at 8:30 PM. For ticket info call 310-358-1881....
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    Sample these tracks and let us know what's in your iPod playlist this week. Cary Brothers | Local Rock Ride [download] Brothers garnered exposure on the Garden State soundtrack. After one listen to his new EP, you'll see he is more than a one hit wonder. Though comparisons to Pete Yorn are appropriate, Brothers' vocals are richer. He plays Hotel Cafe on December 6. Amy Jo Johnson | Local Pop Puddle of Grace (live)...
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    Unless otherwise noted, all shows are free of charge. All show lineups and times are subject to change without notice. SUNDAY, 12/4 Young Musicians Foundation Debut Orchestra perform John Corigliano’s Elegy, Aaron Copland’s Quiet City and Appalachian Spring Suite, and David Diamond’s Rounds at the Wilshire Ebell Theater at 4 PM. Call (310) 859-7668. The Arroyo Singers present their annual winter concert with guest accordionist Nick Ariondo at Oneonta Congregational Church at 4:30 PM....
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    Transvestites, an inspirational illustrator and a group of snowboarding pioneers round out this unusual list of limited release movies showing in Los Angeles this weekend. 39 Pounds of Love - Documentary starring Ami Ankilewitz. Directed by Dani Menkin. This documentary follows Ami, a 39-pound Israeli illustrator diagnosed with a rare ailment, and his journey to find the doctor who predicted his early death. [trailer | local showtimes] Breakfast on Pluto - Drama starring Cillian...
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    The Go Team! are here to make sure that indie music doesn't take itself to seriously. Their infectious mix of samples, funk, rock and cheerleading results in a guilty pleasure that's easy to forgive. After their recent gig at the El Rey, LAist tracked down the band and got an inside track on what made The Go! Team tick....
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    Well, someone did. We're not kidding. The Laugh Factory recently auctioned off stage time on EBay for a Katrina relief event. The winning bid was $7,600.00. Catch the wealthy comic, Mark Moseley, open at 8pm tonight for Jon Lovitz. Tickets cost $15-25.00 and all proceeds benefit The American Red Cross. The Laugh Factory 800 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood CA, 90046 323-656-1336 ext. 1...
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    Yari More and his Orchestra perform at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza at 7:30 PM. (323) 290-6636. The Chapin Sisters and I See Hawks wrap-up their dual Monday night residency at the echo. The show starts at 8:30 PM. For details, call (213) 413-8200. Circus Minor finish their residency at Spaceland. The doors open at 8 PM and the show begins at 9 PM. Call (323) 661-4380. Fielding take the stage at the Silverlake Lounge...
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    Photos (C) 2005 Nicholas Ashbaugh, all rights reserved Now that Thanksgiving is over, the Southland is ablaze with festive decorations to celebrate the season, and (ahem) spur along commerce. In West Hollywood the bars needn't decorate. They put on a show throughout the year. The ever-growing Abbey owes much of its fame to being glossy. That, and eating up half the real estate on Robertson Blvd. Crowds notwithstanding, the decor is worth investigating. O-Bar...
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    Every Thursday we're entertained with a fantastic view of the ER consisting of ridiculously attractive doctors with egos the size of small volcanoes. On Thanksgiving, this particular LAist editor saw the less glamorous reality: a group of everyday people pulling an unenviable holiday shift, with nary a complaint from the bunch. For the sake of making the story more readable, I'll dispense with the editorial "we" for the remainder of this article. As Murphy's...
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    Unless otherwise noted, all shows are free of charge. All show lineups and times are subject to change without notice. SUNDAY, 11/27 Cellist Armen Ksajikian and Pianist Brian Pezzone perform for LACMA's Sunday Live series. The concert begins at 6 PM in LACMA's Leo S. Bing Theatre. For info, call (323) 857-6234. Part-Time Punks present: Japanese Motors (Rough Trade), Group Sounds and Guest DJ Jimi Hey at the echo. The show starts at 10...

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