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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]

Go Metro weekends, March 2-4

It’s been a pretty cold week by Angeleno standards, but it’s supposed to warm up this weekend. This is good news for those who believe in weather forecasts and want to get out and about. If you haven’t gone to see “Three Year Swim Club” yet, you should! The play, [continue reading]

Go Metro Weekends, February 24-26

It’s Oscar weekend, and if you’re like me, you’ll probably be avoiding Hollywood like the plague. For those of you not busy watching all those Oscar-nominated movies before Sunday, here are a few activities around town. The Last Bookstore, a used book buyer/seller located in downtown’s Historic Core, is hosting [continue reading]

Go Metro Weekends, February 17-19

Everyone loves a three-day weekend, and here are some ideas for you to get started on yours. Downtown Independent, a small theatre located near downtown’s Old Bank District, is hosting LAconic Fest on Friday. This short film festival will be premiering three independent local films – Altair, Gabriel’s Kiss and Time Becomes [continue reading]

Go Metro Weekends, January 27-29

Whether you’d like to sit in an air-conditioned theater this weekend, treat yourself to some fine dining or get out and hit the museums, Metro has you covered. Start your Friday off with Taste at the Palisades. The restaurant is participating in Dine LA, a bi-annual event that showcases restaurants [continue reading]

Go Metro Weekends, Oct. 21-23

The 12th annual “Dia de Los Muertos” will be held at Hollywood Forever, Los Angeles’s oldest memorial park, on October 22, 2011, from noon until midnight. The event promises “various sacred ceremonial tributes” as well as performances by Astrid Hadad and Ruben Albarran. The event charges $10 per person. Tickets [continue reading]