This weekend: Halloween. And no, take it from the misanthropic me: you can’t seem to get away from it even if you try.
This weekend: beer, pumpkins, and space. Not necessarily all at once.
This weekend: October, already. A few non-food related festivals (thank God) and a lot of art (thank God). Oh, and a blessing of the animals (thank the Gods).
This weekend: Baja Night 3.0; paranormal activity; and it’s, already, been ten years.
GTD this weekend: a protest maybe? Or, fine, food festivals for those who can, a quiz about LA’s progressive history for those who have forgotten, and beer and BBQ for those who are traditional.
GTD this weekend: the music festival’s called off, but you still can catch the bands around town. Also: Dolly Parton and pancakes, not necessarily at the same time.
It’s yet another beer-y weekend, with not one, but two, craft beer-focused events. Also: grunions.
This weekend: Donut Summit 2011. Yaris and I are hauling all the way to Glendora to bring y’all Donut Man’s fresh peach donuts. If that’s not reason enough to attend, I don’t what is.
Carmageddon? Karmageddon? Is everything on your GTD list this weekend within a 2 mile radius? Or are you really jonesing to drive that automobile around to hit up a food festival or two? Decisions, decisions.
This weekend: a (free!) Best Coast show, Outfest 2011, and a CicLAvia community ride. Also: the Royals are in town and, even though they are kind enough to grace us and our freeways with their presence on a weekend unlike some people, you best watch out for all that traffic. Think of this as a practice run for Carmageddon.
This weekend: vegan beer and pancakes and booze. Hello, summer.
This weekend: the gays. Many gays. We are coming to get you, in other words.
Happy National Donut Day, everyone!! This weekend, there’s a beer garden pop-up; sluts marching proudly; and, for those of you not in the Bay Area for the start of the AIDS/Life Cycle event, a biking adventure along the LA River.
This weekend: Memorial Day! Translation: free day for most of us, a day of mourning for far too many of us. Hello, summer.