What’s Happening? January 13- 20

The Mystery of the Wax Museum

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

WHERE: UCLA Film and Television Archive

WHAT: One of the most bizarre (and gorgeous) early horror films by the master himself: Michael Curtiz.

WHY: See an early flick from the director behind “Casablanca” and “White Heat.”

Free Vinyl Record Day

WHEN: January 13 – 14

WHERE: The Record Parlour

WHAT: Over 35,000 LPs given away over the course of two days.

WHY: Free music, nerds!

East L.A. Art Walk

WHEN: January 14, 12- 6 P.M.

WHERE: 3501 East 1st St.

WHAT: A community event taking place on every 2nd Sunday of the month.

WHY: Art, food, and fun!

Endless Poetry

WHEN: January 16, 7:30 P.M.

WHERE: The Hammer Museum

WHAT: A live screening (plus Q&A) of the recent Jodorowsky film.

WHY: The film is “an ode to the quest for beauty and inner truth.” Just what we need right about now.

Experimental Latin Film

WHEN: January 19- 21

WHERE: Billy Wilder Theater

WHAT: A collection of rare films from Argentina on 8mm.

WHY: Take a look at some ‘60s films that broke boundaries and expanded minds.

Trevor Noah Live

WHEN: January 20, 10 P.M.

WHERE: The Dolby Theater

WHAT: The Daily Show darling comes to L.A. for a limited engagement.

WHY: He’s dreamy AND he wants to crush the patriarchy? Sold.

DTLA Women’s March

WHEN: January 20, 9 A.M.

WHERE: Starting at 543 N. Fairfax Ave.

WHAT: A march to remind the country where we stand.

WHY: It’s about human rights and government accountability.

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