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Go Metro Weekends, May 18-20

  Between baseball games, playoff games, concerts and bike tours, downtown L.A. is going to be pretty crowded this weekend. Try to take public transportation to avoid dealing with the mess of traffic and parking. Here is our earlier post about taking transit to downtown this weekend. Park at Union Station [continue reading]

Go Metro Weekends, May 11-13

Start your Friday with a little spirit – Delta Spirit, that is. The indie rock band from San Diego is playing at The Music Box at Fonda Theatre. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets are $21.50. (Metro Red Line to Hollywood/Vine Station, Metro Bus 180, 217 to Hollywood/Gower.) [continue reading]

Go Metro Weekends, May 4-6

Head to the Natural History Museum this Friday night for this month’s First Friday. The museum will stay open until 10 p.m. and offer a program of scientific discussion, a behind-the-scenes tour and live music. Tours this Friday start at 5 p.m. and feature “Lovely Bugs,” and the discussion at [continue reading]

Go Metro Weekends, April 13-15

If you’re into movie fashion, take a long lunch on Friday and visit the FIDM Museum, which is currently presenting the 20th anniversary Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibition. Celebrating the art and industry of costume designers, this exhibition presents more than 100 costumes from twenty films released in [continue reading]

Go Metro Weekends, April 6-8

Start Passover Friday at Rosa Mexicano and their fantastic Mexican Passover dinner. Bringing a new twist to traditional Seder specialties, chef Jonathan Waxman has created a menu that is kosher, unique and tasty. Some dishes include Huachinango “gefilte fish,” traditional red snapper dumplings served with pickled vegetables and jalapenos, and [continue reading]

Go Metro Weekends, March 9-11

The star this weekend is once again Pasadena. Head to ArtNight on Friday and enjoy a free evening of art, music and entertainment. Twelve of Pasadena’s most prominent arts and cultural institutions will open their doors from 6 to 10 p.m. ArtNight also features pop-up galleries, paint-spewing army ducks and [continue reading]