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Voicing the 99%, Street watching, Brewery art walk

Posted by Carren Jao Pineda |

It's a sure sign that spring is here when the city comes alive. Angelenos will have a lot of choices this weekend. Here are some options if you still haven't made a decision.

  • All in for the 99%. Wondering what happened to the Occupy movement? It's still going and it looks like they won't be forgotten. This whole day event will bring artists, musicians, writers and activists together putting a face (and some color) to the movement. Expect music, readings and a few surprises. March 31, 10:30 am to 6 pm. 400 S. La Brea Ave. Free.
  • ReVisions of LA with Jay Erker, Erin Payne, and Jason Ramos. Lately, I've discovered that one of the most enjoyable things to do in LA is simply to sit and watch the streets. ReVisions at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions places you right outdoors and arms you with crayons, paper and friends, all meant to start a conversation about Hollywood and living in Los Angeles. April 1, 1-4 pm. 6522 Hollywood Blvd. Free. 
  • Brewery Art Walk. I love peeking into artist's studios. I'm convinced that perhaps somewhere there I can find the secret to perpetual creativity. It doesn't always happen but seeing their space and their work convinces me that I can stretch myself more creatively. This art walk is a bi-annual event where you can get inside the studios of over 100 artists in the largest art complex in the world. Bonus: parking's pretty easy to find too. March 31-April 1, 11-6pm, 2100 N Main St. Free.


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