November 12, 2019 The Newspaper Serving LGBT Los Angeles

What’s Happening? December 29- January 13

Google Pop-Up with “Stranger Things”

WHEN: December 29, 10 A.M.- 8 P.M.

WHERE: 8552 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood.

WHAT: Take a tour of the “Stranger Things” set via Google’s new augmented reality tools.

WHY: Life in the upside down ain’t half bad.

DTLgAy New Year’s Bash

WHEN: December 31, 9 P.M.- 2 A.M.

WHERE: Precinct DTLA

WHAT: The queerest NYE party in town.

WHY: You made the yuletide gay, now it’s time to sprinkle some fairy dust over the first few hours of 2018.

Hollywood NYE Pub Crawl

WHEN: December 31- January 1, 2018

WHERE: Starting in DTLA

WHAT: Just what it sounds like.

WHY: Get wasted with friends and strangers while welcoming 2018 in style.

Oshogatsu Family Festival

WHEN: January 7, 11 A.M.- 5 P.M.

WHERE: Japanese American National Museum

WHAT: A family-friendly day of cultural activities and performances.

WHY: What better way to celebrate the year of the dog?

Vivaldi: The Farewell Concertos

WHEN: January 9, 8 P.M.- 11 P.M.

WHERE: Walt Disney Concert Hall

WHAT: Vivaldi’s end-of-life concertos come to life courtesy of the L.A. Philharmonic.

WHY: Say goodbye to the old year with music.

DineLA Exclusive Series

WHEN: Starting January 12.

WHERE: From Malibu to West Hollywood to Santa Monica and everywhere in between.

WHAT: A sampling of some of L.A.’s best restaurants for the first month of the new year.

WHY: Indulge those taste buds for half the price.

When They Call You a Terrorist

WHEN: January 12, 7 P.M.- 9 P.M.

WHERE: California African American Museum

WHAT: Author asha bandele and BLM co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors discuss growing up othered in L.A.

WHY: Some much-needed food for thought as you go into the New Year.

Cannabis Women’s Empowerment Summit

WHEN: January 12- 13.

WHERE: TBA/Various Locations

WHAT: A networking event for women who want to rise and thrive in the cannabis industry.

WHY: Blaze it!

R&B Rewind

WHEN: January 13, 7:30 P.M.

WHERE: Microsoft Theater, 777 Chick Ahearn Ct.

WHAT: A dance party to ring in the new year.

WHY: Turn back the clock with Boyz II Men, Jodeci, and more throwback faves.

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