Head to PEDDLER ON THE ROOF
, L.A.'s only
weekly rooftop flea market, every Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.
at Sunset Gower Studios. For more info, call (323) 860-7109 or
Download your coupon
for $2 admission!
LAW OFFICES OF BRUCE MARGOLIN, "The Nation's Foremost Authority
on Marijuana Law", is offering our members free copies of The
Margolin Guide to Marijuana Laws. Use this Printable
Order Form then fax your order to (310)652-1501 or call (800)420-LAWS(5297)
to get your guide. YOU MUST MENTION CAMPUS CIRCLE WHEN YOU CALL TO RECEIVE
THE GUIDE FOR FREE (A $5.95 Value).
The HIGHLANDS HOLLYWOOD
is a one of a kind nighttime experience
featuring LA's hottest DJ's, sweeping balconies with views of
the entire LA basin, plush lounges, and beautiful indoor & outdoor
dining areas. Download the special coupons below and enjoy an
evening of dining and dancing at THE HIGHLANDS
- $10 Admission
- Special Drink Offer
is the newest upscale gentlemen's club in Southern
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intimate atmosphere to serve you. Clip the ad from this week's
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music? Need music? Of course you do! Visit SAM ASH MUSIC STORES
for the largest selection, best service and lowest prices on music in
town. For a location near you, visit www.samashmusic.com.
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Check CAMPUS CIRCLE'S APARTMENT
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Get a special move-in deal when you rent an apartment at PROMENADE
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GAMING & RECREATION
Feeling lucky? Try your hand at a game of poker at NORMANDIE CASINO
in Gardena. Stop by and join in on one of their no limit Texas Hold-em
Tournaments every Wednesday. Visit www.normandiecasino.com
or call 1 (800) 9-WINNER for more info.
to GALAXY GALLERY, "Southern California's Vaporizer Leader",
and check out their exotic pipes, art gallery, chronic cafe and funky
lounge while you're there. Call 323-936-2074 for more information.
PROBLEMS OF WORK by L. Ron Hubbard contains the application of
basic principles for the workday world along with drills and procedures
you can use to immediately increase ability and competence at work.
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RSVP for the MASONIC EDUCATION FORUM
, July 28 at the Hollywood-West
Valley Lodge #355 in Tarzana. Find out all you wanted to know, or
at least as much as they're allowed to tell you about the Freemasons.
To RSVP for the free event, call (877) 287-8224 or e-mail email@example.com
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JULY 20 - AUGUST 2 ISSUE
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JOBS FOR STUDENTS
TEACH ENGLISH IN JAPAN
AEON, one of
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individuals to teach English at one of our 310 branch schools located
throughout Japan. If you are ready for a challenging and rewarding opportunity
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For more information, visit www.AEONET.com
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If you have experience
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Editorial interns will assist the editorial staff in brainstorming,
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BOOK OF LIZ' @ 2ND STAGE THEATRE
part of a writing duo called The Talent Family, it goes without saying
that youve probably popped out some good stuff.
Perhaps thats why The Blank Theatre Company chose to stage "The
Book of Liz," a play from the witty and slightly warped minds of
siblings Amy and David Sedaris, otherwise known as The Talent Family.
Amy, who writes the Comedy Central hit "Strangers with Candy"
and stars as Jerri Blank, and David, the bestselling author of such
novels as Me Talk Pretty One Day and Naked, collaborated on this offbeat,
fish-out-of-water tale of unique characters and some damn funny
2nd Stage Theatre is located at 6500 Santa Monica Blvd. (between Highland
and Vine at Wilcox), in Hollywood. Show times: Thu.-Sat. 8 p.m.; Sun.
2 p.m., 7 p.m. Price: $25. To purchase tickets, call (323) 661-9827
or visit www.theblank.com/mainstage.
MUSIC SPOTLIGHT: BRANDI CARLILE
22 @ the Roxy
Authentic. That's the first word that springs to mind when you encounter
Brandi Carlile. From her rootsy bell-clear voice to the palpable emotion
that seeps through every song on her stunning debut album, everything
about this 23-year-old from rural Washington state is the real deal.
Think of a female Roy Orbison or Radiohead's Thom Yorke fronting a roots-rock
band and you're not far off. The contrast led Rolling Stone, which named
her one of their 10 Artists to Watch in 2005, to declare: "Carlile's
ethereal, melancholy ballads have a spare heartache that reflects her
love for old-school country
but she loves new-school mopers like
Radiohead and Jeff Buckley just as much". Indeed, those artists'
influence can be felt on the simple, acoustic strummers "Happy",
"Gone" and "Tragedy". Other musical stand-outs include
"Throw It All Away" and "Fall Apart Again".
Roxy is located at 9009 W. Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood.For tickets
additional information, visit www.brandicarlile.com.
CONCERTS AT AMOEBA: KNEEBODY
Saturday, July 23 @ 2 p.m.
self-titled debut is out now on Greenleaf Music.
... mixes funky, off-tempo beats with the bouncing melodies of
saxophones, trombones, keyboards and sonic bass lines. - New Times
Kneebody perform at Amoeba Records in Hollywood, located at 6400 Sunset
Blvd., at 2p.m. For more information, visit www.kneebody.com
CONCERTS AT AMOEBA: ANDREA ECHEVERRI
July 24 @ 2 p.m.
The lead singer of Aterciopelados will be playing songs from her self-titled
Echeverri branches off from the Grammy-winning Latin alternative-rock
duo, to deliver a lush, sensual collection inspired by her recent passage
into motherhood. The sometimes intoxicating and aggressive anthems of
her earlier works have given way to ethereal electronica and softly
rocking lullabies that show off the subtly powerful voice of this Colombian
vocalist. - SF Gate
Andrea Echeverri when she performs at Amoeba Records in Hollywood, located
at 6400 Sunset Blvd., at 2p.m. For more information, visit www.nacionalrecords.com
Dont let the pretentious name fool you. Basquiat, subject of the
Julian Schnabel film of the same name, began as a street artist living
in a cardboard box in New Yorks Thompkins Square Park. A perfect
fit for the artistic scene still evolving here in Los Angeles, Basquiat
became known for covering walls in SoHo and subway cars signing
his work "SAMO©" (for "same old shit")
with crowned icons of the urban, sports and music legends of the African-American
A delicious sampler platter to Basquiats existence, the exhibition
also features the artist channeling Da Vinci, Pablo Picasso and Henri
Matisse, in showcasing his entire Daros Suite, a series of 32 drawings
seen for the first time in the United States. Thats right
not even your East Coast pals pretentious parents will be able
to one-up you here.
Grand Avenue is located at 250 S. Grand Ave., in downtown Los Angeles.
For more information, call (213) 626-6222 or visit www.moca.org.
MUSIC SPOTLIGHT: ROBBERS ON HIGH STREET & BRENDAN BENSON
July 19 @ the
that girl who didnt call you back after that great night at the
bar last week, the Robbers are more than a one-night stand; they consistently
produce solid tunes and enjoyable sets.
Benson is the new indie golden boy. With guitar work thats a little
bit folk and a little rock n roll, he seems to incorporate
every influence since 1962 into his music.
Both of these bands are acts that you will hear a lot more about and
much more from in the coming years. Check them out at this awesome venue
before they start playing arenas.
Catch Robbers on High Street and Brendan Benson when they play at the
El Rey, located at 5515 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles. For more information,
VS. REDS @ DODGER STADIUM
to a ball game is always fun for everyone involved, even those who can't
take watching sports on TV. The crowd, the atmosphere, the Dodger Dogs,
it's an experience that always gets filed away in the good memories
drawer afterwards. Bring your dad and you mitt for any stray fly balls,
and you're good to go. Watch as the Dodgers take on the Cincinatti Reds
on Saturday, July 16 at Dodger Stadium.
For more information,
WHAT YOU'LL FIND IN THE JULY 20 - AUGUST 2 ISSUE:
- DREDG: Love It Or Hate It, They Want
You To Listen Check
it out now!
- SPECIAL FEATURE: Sounds
of the Underground Day Planner Check
it out now!
- LIVE SHOW REVIEW: Vans
Warped Tour '05
- THE L.A. UNDERGROUND:
PLUS: Brandi Carlile, El Pus
and Alaska! CD reviews and Tsunami Bomb DVD review
CAMPUS CIRCLE SHOW PICKS: Alkaline
Trio, Beck, Brendan Benson, Robbers on High Street, Black Eyed Peas,
Talib Kweli, Head Automatica, Finch, RX Bandits and Rock the Bells
- JOHNNY DEPP & TIM BURTON:
Bring The Magic Of Chocolate Back To Theatres Check
it out now!
- THE DEVIL'S REJECTS:
Rob Zombie's New 'Super-Violent Western'
- JOHN WATERS: Shame-Less
Waters Goes NC-17
PLUS: Film reviews for Hustle & Flow
and Last Days and DVD review for The Pacifier
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