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This Weekend: Monsters and A Different Side of LA

Posted by Carren Jao Pineda |

Tomorrow, Bruins and Trojans will be fighting for your attention with two culture events set in their respective campuses.

If you're a curious Angeleno, then USC's Archives Bazaar Program is for you. This year, they're exploring the theme of "LA as social space." Throughout the day, they'll be holding lectures on the legacy of David Alfaro Siqueiros, the future of the newspaper industry, LA's aviation history and blogging LA. Catch LA Observed's Kevin Roderick in one of the panels.

UCLA Live presents a one-night only affair featuring the choreography of Laura Gorenstein Miller brought to life by Los Angeles’ Helios Dance Theater. Described as "a dance born out of confrontation with childhood nightmares," I've heard it's more precisely a Twilight-like plot with feats of physical prowess. I know I can do what these dancers do, but I'd love to see it.

Archives Bazaar Program at USC
Doheny Memorial Library, USC
Admission: Free
Oct 23, 9 am to 5 pm

Beautiful Monsters at UCLA Live
Royce Hall, UCLA
Admission: $15-63
Oct 23, 8 pm


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