5 Things To Do In LA This Week: 9.22-9.28

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Monday, September 22

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1. Pints & Pork ft the Bruery | Public School 31


4-course Beer Pairing dinner featuring pork-inspired dishes paired with craft beers from The Bruery….? Um, yes please. $45 bucks a pop, get your tickets online ASAP here from Eventbrite.

Culver City: 9411 Culver Blvd. Culver City 90232

Wednesday, September 24


2. Dodgers vs Giants | Dodger Stadium

We’re nearing the end of the regular season here people! This will be the LAST chance you can catch a game against our biggest rival before *we head into the playoffs*…. god willing. This could potentially be a division clenching game, I could also potentially be dramatizing the scenario, but at least the stress will be lessened knowing we’ll have our main squeeze and million time Cy Young award winner Clayton Kershaw pitching us into battle. Needless to say, you might not wanna miss this one Dodger fans.

Dodger Stadium

Thursday, September 25


3. The Kooks | The Wiltern

KCSN presents the UK “oo-la” singers, The Kooks, this Thursday at The Wiltern and trust me, it’s going to be a total freakin blasty blast. I’ve seen the Kooks myself a handful of times, and their high energy, happy pop show is one worth putting at the top of your “shows to see live” list. There will be lots of singing along in your best British accent, it will be a celebration in honor of a new album, and it’s gonna be held at the Wiltern. – it’s an all around win. Find your tickets here.

K-town: 3790 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010

Saturday, September 27

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2. D*Face “Scars & Stripes” Gallery Show Opening Night | PMM Arts Projects

You are crazy… if you don’t attempt to make it out for this opening. One of our long time favourite street artists, whose murals may or may not make regular cameos in our photos/videos, is hosting a pop-up exhibition with PMM Arts Projects titled “Scars & Stripes”. It will feature 30 new pieces including a series of portraits of the famous who died too young (under 30) and the macabre fascination we have over their lives thereafter. So… in other words LA is the perfect place on earth to host this exhibition and you live here so be there – but fortunately if you cannot make it to the opening the show will be running until October 12th.

Read more about the much-anticipated opening here at Huffington Post – yeah, it’s kind of a big deal.

WeHo: 315 S. Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, California

Sunday, September 28

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3. Order off the new Brunch menu at The Anchor Venice

There’s a (kinda sorta) new restaurant on the block Westsiders! As of a couple of weeks ago this chic seaside “shanty” inspired restaurant offers neighbors and travelers alike a place to come in, hang out, and join them for a meal. It wasn’t until this weekend however that they started offering Sunday BRUNCH, (yesssssss) so in other words The Anchor Venice is the next best spot to kill two birds with one stone: you can try the new Main Street spot, and be one of the first to test their hot off the press brunch menu. Done and done.

Venice: 235 Main St. Venice, CA 90201




Friday, September 26 (and forever more)

Try the New Lunch Menu at POT in K-town

At 11am this Friday through here on out Roy Choi’s POT will be offering a brand new lunch menu – looks pretty damn good if I don’t say so myself! So long as that “Old School” pot never leaves the menu, we’re cool with “new”.

K-Town: The Line Hotel 3515 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90010


Saturday, September 27

Hero Dog Awards | Beverly Hilton Hotel

This years annual Hero Dog Awards will be hosted in LA by The American Humane Association at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and it’s basically the sweetest thing that will happen, ever, in Los Angeles. Dogs in several categories will win awards and be hugged and thanked for their heroic deeds done – whether that be while in the line of duty or simply at home with their families. If you’d like to attend/show your support, GOLD STAR first of all – the event starts at 6pm, and here’s how you can get tickets.

Beverly Hills:  9876 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Oktoberfest | Santa Anita Park

“Break out the beers and brats because the Bavarian bash is back, baby!” – damn skippy Santa Anita Race Track, it sounds like it’s going to be an awesome day filled with plenty of Oktoberfest essentials like beer gardens galore, food, live music, and a little bit a pony *and dachshund* racin’. Tickets start at $10, so head here for more details and package deals.

Arcadia: 285 W Huntington Dr, Arcadia, CA 91007


Sunday, September 28

Abbot Kinney Festival | Abbot Kinney (duh) Venice

Art, booze, hippies, hipsters, beach bums, food, pups, music, sales, and fun. That about sums up Venice Beach but it’s the Abbot Kinney Festival we’re talkin’ bout! Come out to the Westside and celebrate the 30th anniversary of this neighborhood gathering. It will be going all day from 10 am – 6 pm, get more info and tickets for the BEER GARDEN here.

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