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How To Plan a Night Out in Los Angeles

A night out in the City of Angels is one that soars. It’s really just a matter of figuring out exactly where you want to go and what kind of night you want to have.

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6 Things to Do in Los Angeles in August 2018

From an outdoor movie screening to a hike in Griffith Park, here are the top events in LA that will help you make the most of the final days of summer.

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7 Myths About Comedy Shows (And Why They’re Not True)

It’s Comedy Month, y’all! Comedians Max Reinhardsen and Natalie Rich, of “Max and Natalie LIVE!” debunk a bunch of excuses for not seeing comedy.

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5 Reasons to Love Outdoor Movie Screenings in Los Angeles

The Montalbán is one of the best locations to catch a classic film, and this summer’s 20 offerings include “Dirty Dancing,” “Pretty in Pink,” “The Big Lebowski,” and more. We’ve got your exclusive $15 tickets to screenings.

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What to Know About Theater Etiquette Before Attending a Show

Going to the theater can be a thrilling experience for first-timers, but even veteran audience members might need a reminder of the dos and don’ts.

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11 Things to Know About LA’s Hottest New Venue The 11:11

Step into the West Hollywood arts space, where you can find everything from theater to art to film and much more.

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The 6 Pieces of Art You Need to Selfie With

Blue steel like Van Gogh, power pose like a statue, or be a character from “Sunday in the Park With George.” Museum Hack takes you to your city’s top artistic institutions.

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Unlock Rush and Win Lottery Tickets to These Must-See Shows in LA and San Diego

Looking for the best prices for theater this summer? Check out these shows with Lottery and Rush tickets available right now.

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5 Reasons ‘The Humans’ Is About Your Family

Stephen Karam’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play is at the Ahmanson Theatre through July 29. Here’s why this family drama hits home.

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Conrad Ricamora on Why ‘Soft Power’ Is Ambitious and Timely

The ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ star says the Jeanine Tesori and David Henry Hwang musical is one of the “most important” shows he’s done.

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