If you have a soft spot for those quirky French and Italian cars this may well be the perfect show for you. The France and Italy Car Show will take place this Sunday in Woodley Avenue Park. It will feature a lot of vintage French and Italian cars.
It will be located on Woodley Ave south of Victory. Its official time is 9Am to 2PM, I’d strongly urge folks interested to be there early as a lot of people start leaving well before the 2PM close time. If they can start their cars that is…sorry for the snark but a lot of these cars will live up to their stereotypes. They even have a Facebook page with more details.
Details: Sunday November 4, 2012, Woodley Avenue Park MAP HERE, Van Nuys, CA
If you love classic film noir and like it even better in 3D this could be do not miss this Sunday. The LA 3-D Club is sponsoring the screenings that will take place at the Downtown Independent Theater on Sunday October 28 at 7pm. All the information you could want on the event as well as purchasing tickets online can be done HERE.
Deets: Sunday 10/28, 7PM. Admission $6 for current LA3DClub members, $12 for non-members, (admission is waived with USC Student ID). Downtown Independent Theater, 251 S Main, Los Angeles CA 90012. MAP HERE
The first effort was grand, but it was way to small to handle the crowds. The second event was in a bigger location but even then it was too small for the crowds it drew. How to make it even bigger and better? Score a deal with the folks at Arcadia’s Santa Anita Race track off Huntington Drive. This event is promised to be big enough to handle any crowd tossed at it. Add in ample parking (there is no mass transit to there yet) and this is set to be a really fun event without the horrendous waits of the original back in July.
Not to take away from the awesomeness of today’s CicLAvia, but there will never be one as supremely magical as the first one, two years ago. Even if it can never be topped, I still get out with my trusty GoPro cam mounted to my handlebar and participate whenever the next edition rolls around, and today’s was no exception.
So without further adieu, here’s the timelapse vid of me riding in from Silver Lake and then casually roll every inch of the 9.5 mile route from MacArthur Park to Exposition Park, back to downtown, then to Boyle Heights, back downtown, then up into Chinatown and through downtown and to MacArthur Park (about 21 miles total over three hours):