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5 Things You Gotta Have on Your Radar This Weekend (According to The Influencers of L.A.) 10-2-15

October 2, 2015 by Brian Champlin

Sometimes when you’re figuring out what to do with your weekend, what you really need is just a little help from your friends.

To that end, we asked a few of our fellow L.A. bloggers, podcasters, and social media brethren to help us out with their top picks for this weekend, and then we combined those choices with one pick from both Christina and I.

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The result is a quick list of some of the absolutely best stuff happening in Los Angeles over the next couple days.

Hope it helps you find something awesome to do.

Have a great weekend!

View from Observation Deck at City Hall

From the observation deck at city hall. Credit: Joe Wolf via flickr

1. The Last Spookstore (Saturday)

Kristen Rae Lepore, social producer for KPCC reminds us the Last Bookstore is having a special spooky horror art show event this Saturday night… 😉

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2. Beyond Fest (All Weekend)

Picked by Jonathan Bilski, creator of Things to do in LA.

Jonathan says:

Returning from the depths after another year a film festival that is beyond normal understanding. Some of the strangest and newest films that may never be on the big screen again. There’s more than a few horror films including special showings for Evil Dead and Evil Dead II with Bruce Campbell and Edgar Wright talks after. The Devils, a 70’s horror cult classic that was rated X will be shown a may never make it back on screen. Classics like The Beyond and Invasion of the Body Snatchers are ready to scare a new generation. A new generation of weird will be shown with Japanese premieres on Yakuza and alien teachers.”

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3. Secret Art of Animators 2 + Rad Toons  (Saturday)

Picked (and hosted) by Gerren Kelsaw, creator of the This Is The City Podcast.

“The Hive Gallery is a corner stone of the gallery row art scene in downtown. This weekend owner Nathan Cartwright invites the personal art work of some of the creative minds behind celebrated shows like Robot Chicken, The Simpsons, and Family Guy. You can check our interview with Nathan here.”

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4. LA Korean Festival (Friday-Sunday)

Picked by Christina Minh, co-founder of We Like L.A.

Christina says:

“You’d be surprised how many types of Kimchi you can sample in one place, from raw octupus to root vegetable. Plus, there’s loads of live music and free entertainment, and it’s free to attend.

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5. LA Haunted Hayride (Friday-Sunday)

Picked by Brian Champlin, co-founder of We Like L.A.

(That’s me, and yup, I’m going to quote myself, hah!)

“The hayride posits itself as a “a high scare, high startle content experience” which basically means that you and a bunch of strangers get carted around Griffith Park in and old wagon while costumed characters, demons, witches, devils, and pretty much everything else you can imagine slink out of the shadows and terrify you (and you try not to pee your pants).”

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If you want a more complete rundown, check Christina’s weekend roundup that was posted up yesterday morning or check out our discount events page for more ways to save money while exploring L.A.

And of course, make sure to sign-up for our email list so you’re always in the loop regarding happenings around the city.

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