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Pick up pizzas for dogs and cocktails for humans at this free pupper-friendly festival in the Arts District. Swing by One Santa Fe for a Wags and Walks benefit that features over 50 local artists and businesses, 10 art performances, DJ sets and a pup portrait studio (complete with an appearance from Santa Paws).You're in los angeles today and there's a lot of things to do, much like a visit today to happy california! There are lots of fun, unique, unique things to do in l.a today and many of them are free!
The latest opening from Grant Smillie and David Combes, the Australian duo behind popular LA eateries like E.P & L.P and Strings of Life, transforms a historic Hollywood recording studio that once hosted the likes of legends like Stevie Wonder and David Bowie, into a buzzy Aussie-Italian-inspired, day-to-night spot with a rooftop that provides views of the sparkling Hollywood Hills. Helmed by husband and wife Monty Koludrovic and Jaci Koludrovic, the pair bring their Australian sensibilities to the menu with dishes like caviar cannoli, wood-grilled pickled octopus, and a pappardelle pasta featuring Westholme Wagyu.
For over 50 years, Christopher Street West Association, the nonprofit organizers of the world famous LA Pride Parade and Festival has championed equality, diversity, and inclusion in the Los Angeles community and beyond. Join the millions of LGBTQ+ people and our allies who have proudly supported LA Pride since 1970, and help make a positive and lasting impact to on our community, and each other. Christopher Street West Association Inc. (CSW) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that produces the annual LA Pride Parade & Festival in Los Angeles, and hosts, supports or sponsors a number of other LGBTQ+ events and community programs throughout the year. (Source: lapride.org)
Metro Art Presents Poetry O’Clock, a poetry exchange pop-up in the historic Union Station Information Booth, on Friday, December 10 from 1:00-7:00 pm. Drop in for reconnection, recollection and respite as the booth is transformed by floral artist botanica brava to host live writing by poets Taz Ahmed, traci kato-kiriyama, and féi hernandez. Share your story during each featured poet’s shift at the information desk to receive a short original poem written on-the-spot (and inspired by you!) to create a portrait of the moment and time stamp your day. Poets are presented in collaboration with the Poetry Society of America. The pop-up also coincides with Metro Art’s forthcoming exhibition in the Union Station Passageway Art Gallery, We Are…Portraits of Metro Customers by Local Artists.
Traxx is now serving up their signature cocktails and divine dishes with a side of jazz. Stop in for live jazz on Fridays, December 3 - through December 17, 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. on the North Patio featuring bassist Jeff Littleton, guitarist Jinshi Ozaki and keyboard wizzard Scott Kinsey. (Source: www.unionstationla.com)