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Jan. 31, 2007
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VINTAGE FASHION EXPO You are invited to join your fellow clotheshorses, fashion designers, and celebs at the yearly event featuring 85 dealers of vintage clothing, accessories and textiles on Feb. 3-4 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. Download the coupon to receive $2 off admission. Students are free on Sunday with ID and coupon.
CLAP YOUR HANDS SAY YEAH: Unleash Some Loud Thunder
CD REVIEWS: Grey Does Matter & The Love Me Nots
SHOW PICKS:  Kaki King, Peter Bjorn & John, Morrissey, Lily Allen

SIENNA MILLER: Portrays Edie Sedgwick in Factory Girl
VERA FARMIGA: In Breaking And Entering And The Departed
SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL: Winners and Highlights
FILM REVIEW: Catch and Release
DVD DISH: Sherrybaby & Gridiron Gang

SUPER HOOPLA: Celebrities Head to Miami
SUPER BOWL FOR DUMMIES: Special Football Primer

POKER HANDSLaying Down a Big Hand
GAME ON—Warioware: Smooth Moves’
PROJECTIONSPet Semetary @ The Rialto
EXHIBITIONSUp Close & Personal
GET UP, GET OUTZap Dating Party
THE ART OF LOVECurrent Column

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What’s Happening in Los Angeles

 Thursday, Feb. 1
Architecture Tour @ The Getty Center
Normally when we visit the Getty Center, we come to view the art, parading through the massive collections. It’s a mad capped rush to get through all the buildings and see each and every work of art. The architecture tour at the Getty allows us to take a little breather and just enjoy the surroundings, seeing the exterior beauty of the outside instead of the gorgeousness that is inside. Thirty to 45-minute tours of the site and its architecture occur Tuesday-Sunday at 10:15 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., and 3 p.m. The Getty Center is located at 1200 Getty Center Drive in Los Angeles. For more information visit

Friday, Feb. 2
Margaret Cho: The Sensuous Woman @ Largo
Margaret Cho has done it all. She's had her own sitcom; she's beloved by many fans and has been a veritable name in the realm of stand-up comedy. Cho now offers a new calling card in her already full deck. In Margaret Cho: The Sensuous Woman, we'll definently get the acerbic wit we've normally seen from her but burlesque and belly dancing? Well…believe it or not you'll get that too as Cho brings some of the finest of names from the burlesque/belly dancing world and showcases them all in her new show. Largo is located at 432 North Fairfax Ave. in Los Angeles. For more information visit

Saturday, Feb. 3
Bootie LA @ The Echo
Get that bootie of yours to the Echo and prepare to shake it until it literally falls off. Bootie L.A. brings about the biggest beats and songs and smashes them up, making for one unconscious stream of sound that will make your body wiggle in delight. Oasis might be mixed in with a little bit Green Day. Maybe even a little bit of “Vogue” will collide with indie rock favorites Death Cab for Cutie. You'll never know what Bootie LA will have in store. Get ready. The Echo is located at 1822 Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles. For more information visit

Sunday, Feb. 4
Gospel Brunch @ House of Blues Sunset
Every Sunday, the House of Blues hosts an incredibly popular tribute to the South. A tribute to the South wouldn't be without food and music which the House of Blues offers in a tremendous fashion. Enjoy the all you can eat buffet filled with biscuits and gravy, fried Mississippi catfish, barbeque chicken and everyone's favorite white-chocolate banana bread pudding. After you've been stuffed to the gills you can wave your hands in appreciation towards the good meal with the sounds of gospel echoing throughout your ears. House of Blues Sunset is located at 8430 West Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood. For more information visit

Monday, Feb. 5
Simon Dawes @ The Echo
The boys of Simon Dawes sure know how to rock. Having toured with the likes of Wolfmother, Band of Horses, and The Walkmen, the quartet brings their infectious blend of gorgeous melodies and a whole of young struck blues towards the masses. Tonight's show will be the first of many for the Dawes as they hit The Echo for a Monday evening residence which will run throughout February. Don't miss out because Los Angeles loves the guys, such fans include preening female adolescents to pop-rock outfits including that of The Like and Phantom Planet.  The Echo is located at 1822 Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles. For more information visit

Tuesday Feb. 6
Ed Roth: The Original Rat Fink @ Petersen Automotive Museum
Car cult figures are few and far between. None were more renowned than Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. A product of Los Angeles, Roth earned a following as a pinstriper and painter of scallops and flame jobs. He then began to produce vehicles (most of them out of the ordinary) and create original ideas for artists, the most successful being monsters driving cars. The idea was a success; the sketches were pasted on t-shirts, many of which were worn by the 60's culture. A retrospective of Roth's work will be featured in Ed Roth: The Original Rat Fink at the Petersen Automotive Museum. The Petersen Automotive Museum is located at 6060 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. For more information visit

Wednesday Feb. 7
Taxi Driver/Joe @ Aero Theatre
The Aero Theatre in Santa Monica pays tribute to Peter Boyle, an astounding actor that was always in the back of the spotlight but always left a lasting impression. We knew him in his role in “Everyone Loves Raymond,” but Boyle was in a handful of memorable films in the 1970s. In Joe, Boyle played the title character a bar ridden ordinary Joe whose scathing rips against counter culture made him both a hero and enemy towards audiences. But it’s in Taxi Driver, where Boyle left a mark. As “The Wizard,” he gave Robert DeNiro's Travis Bickle much needed advice amongst the filth that littered Manhattan.  Aero Theatre is located at1328 Montana Avenue at 14th Street in Santa Monica. For more information visit http: // 

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It's time to start deciding where to take your loved one for Valentine's Day.  ANTONIO'S Annual Valentine's Celebration, features two flamenco shows, dinner, strolling musicians, cards, candy and other goodies- all for $15 per person.  Antonio's is located at 7470 Melrose Ave.

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