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Street Food Cinema presents Raiders of the Lost Ark! In this classic film, archaeologist and adventurer Indiana Jones is hired by the US government to find the Ark of the Covenant before the Nazis. Enjoy the outdoor screening with friends and family and visit the many food trucks that will be attending.



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Farspeaker is a Los Angeles based band that blends classic and alternative rock. Fronted by Henry Thomas, a veteran of the Texas music scene, for the last six years Farspeaker has won over a loyal fan base. Influenced by bands such as The Replacements, Big Star and Wilco, the group brings a welcome return to adult indie rock. Their first album is due for release in 2015. Farspeaker are Henry Thomas, Max Biscoe, Andrew Burlinson, Corey Roederer and Kerry Harris.



Justin Rupple is from Seattle and now in Los Angeles he is a Stand Up Comedian and Actor seen on CBS, FX & FOX. He is known for An Alex and Jamie Very Special Christmas: Caroling Part I, Acorns and Zombie Whisperer.


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WHAT: Street Food Cinema Presents ‘Raiders Of The Lost Ark’ Screening
WHEN: June 27, 2015 | Doors open at 5:30 pm, Band starts at 6:30 pm, and movie starts at 8:30 pm 
WHERE: Verdugo Park | 1621 Canada Boulevard | Glendale, CA 91208


  • Tickets: General Admission $12 – $20

CONTACT INFO: (323) 254-5068

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Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology, presented by the National Geographic Society, immerses you in the science and history of field archaeology. Walk in the footsteps of beloved film hero Indiana Jones as you embark on this interactive museum adventure!


Exhibit Features:

  • A vast and exclusive collection of Indiana Jones film props, models, concept art, and set designs from the Lucasfilm Archives


  • A rare chance to see some of the world’s most impressive material remains and real-world artifacts from ancient societies from the collections of the world-renowned Penn Museum and the National Geographic Society archives


  • A handheld multimedia guide and interactive quest game that lets children of all ages test their skills and explore the exhibit content in a fun, innovative way
  • Plus, Indy Interactives where children can experience archaeology through exciting hands-on activities in the Kids Adventure Zone


Exhibit Interactions

  • Lift Yourself: How much strength would it take to lift yourself up from underground at an archaeological dig site? Find out as you use the ropes of a pulley system to lift yourself high above the ground with only the strength of your arms


  • Dig Zone: Dig through the sand for hidden treasure. Become an archaeologist by using archaeological tools to carefully dust of the artifacts you discover and uncover their meaning


  • Build Table: Use wooden blocks to construct structures just like our ancestors did in past civilizations. Decipher the Egyptian hieroglyph blocks and write your own message


  • Estimations and Calculations: Can you guess the correct weight? Use your best judgment to estimate the weight of an artifact using sand bags, just like the film Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark, but keep an eye out for rolling boulders!
  • Focal Point: Just like Indiana Jones in the map room, use light, mirrors, and lasers to locate the correct historical dig site


  • Green Screen: Modern films like Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull use green screen technology to accomplish amazing feats. Jump in front of their green screen, put yourself in a movie, and see where it takes you

The Discovery Science Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating young minds, assisting teachers, and increasing public understanding of science, math, and technology through interactive exhibits and programs. The idea of the Discovery Science Center began in 1984 when the boards of the Exploratory Learning Center and the Experience Center joined and formed the Discovery Museum of Orange County (DMOC). Simply stated, their goals were to teach kids what life was like at the turn of the century in Orange County in an interactive manner and to build a world-class hands-on science center.


They first developed the DMOC site, which now has two historic homes, a carriage barn, rose garden, riparian habitat, and much more. Once this project was up and running smoothly, the Board turned to achieving their second goal, building a hands-on science center.


Watch a video here.

WHAT: Indiana Jones And The Adventure Of Archeology
WHEN: Now – April 21, 2013 | 10 am – 5 pm
Discovery Science Center | 2500 North Main Street | Santa Ana, CA 92705


  • Tickets: Members $8 per person, Non-Members $10 per person (after general admission)
  • On-site parking is $4 per vehicle (cash only)

CONTACT INFO: (714) 542-2823 or

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This weekend I learned that you don’t have to leave Los Angeles to be surrounded by nature. The city offers many destinations to visit right in your backyard. Discover the rich natural history of Los Angeles at The Page Museum at La Brea Tar Pits and explore the inner workings that make this area bubble. Visit the museum for a unique indoor/outdoor experience and find your place on the evolutionary map.

Inside the museum you’ll find many fossils, displays and murals that portray the way Los Angeles looked millions of years ago. There is also an exhibit that demonstrates the difficulty of escaping from the sticky tar that so many animals fell victim to. Outside the museum are gardens and live excavation sites much like those in Indiana Jones.

One of my favorite parts of the museum was the outdoor tour of the gardens and the excavation pits. The museum has the only excavation site in a major city in the country. Here you can see how archeologist work hands-on to unearth ancient fossils. While there, we watched a team dig and find the leg bone of a saber tooth cat. The tour is both educational and entertaining, and traveling around the museum in a group felt like we were migrating with a group of animals navigating the terrain around the tar pits, luckily nobody got stuck in the tar.

If you have ever wondered what goes bump in the night once the museum doors close, then sign up for their Overnight Adventures and spend a night at the museum! The adventure program is an opportunity to spend the night surrounded by the world-calss exhibits and includes a light eventing snack and continental breakfast. There are 3-4 fun and educational activities led by Museum educators and patches for all participants. Also, admission into the Museum all day, after the 9:00 am checkout.

Visit The Page Museum at La Brea Tar Pits for a glimpse into the past and a nature escape without having to plan an extensive trip out of the city. I recommend visiting the museum during a sunny day and allow two to three hours to enjoy.

WHAT: The Page Museum At The La Brea Tar Pits
WHEN: Monday – Sunday | 9:30 am – 5 pm
WHERE: 5801 Wilshire Boulevard | Los Angeles, CA 90036

CONTACT INFO: (323) 934-7243


  • Prices: Children 5-12 $5.00 |Youths 13-17, Seniors 62+, and college students with I.D. $8.00 | Adults $11.00 | Children 4 and under, EBT cardholders with I.D., CA teachers with I.D., and active military with I.D. Free
  • Parking: Monday – Friday $9.00 cash only | Saturday, Sunday and holidays $7.00 cash only

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