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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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Photo Credit: Drea Castro

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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.

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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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Featured: Breyers Gelato Indulgences 

Try the tempting new Breyers Gelato Indulgences complimentary at their lounge!

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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

DETAILS: 

  • Tickets: General Admission $12 – $20

CONTACT INFO: (323) 254-5068

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Cinespia is an organization that hosts on-site screenings of classic films in and around Los Angeles. They show films from the 1930s through the 1990s. The al fresco Hollywood Forever Cemetery screenings take place on the Fairbanks Lawn (so named for the adjacent crypt housing both Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. and Jr.), and films are digitally projected against the west wall of the Cathedral Mausoleum, which houses the crypt of Rudolph Valentino among many others.

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Up to 3,500 patrons per screening attend and bring blankets, pillows, picnic dinners, alcoholic beverages, and candles and enjoy screenings under the stars, while a staff of 35 keep things running smoothly. DJ’s play music before and after the screenings over a portable sound system.

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Movie screenings are held outdoors on Fairbanks Lawn, an open grassy field inside the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and under the stars. You may bring a picnic dinner and drinks. Wine and beer are permitted, but no spirits please. Bring blankets, pillows or low chairs that have a seat that rests on the ground with a low back (tall Chairs are NOT allowed). A tarp under blanket is recommended.

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WHAT: Cinespia Outdoor Movie Screenings
WHEN: Check schedule here 
WHERE: 6000 Santa Monica Blvd. | Los Angeles, CA 90038

DETAILS: 

  • Tickets: $8 – $15 
  • Allowable chair height from ground to seat is 6″ and from seat to top of chair 21″

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CONTACT INFO: (323) 221-3343 | cinespia@earthlink.net

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Eat|See|Hear, LA’s premier outdoor movie, food truck, and live music event series, is returning for its highly anticipated third year. Kicking off on Saturday, May 10th at Santa Monica High School with indie-favorite, (500) Days of Summer.

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Eat|See|Hear will have 19 stops through September 13 at iconic venues across the greater Los Angeles area. Offering an experience the whole family can enjoy, with an outdoor picnic and dog-friendly movie viewing environment, Angelenos will watch beloved comedies and contemporary movie favorites on the largest outdoor movie screen on the West Coast, dine on gourmet food truck fare, and listen to emerging bands from the local Los Angeles music scene.

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In addition Coolhaus, will once again serve as the official dessert partner for Eat|See|Hear and will be offering a custom Eat|See|Hear ice cream sandwich all summer at Coolhaus retail locations and dessert trucks. Also, Brasil Kiss Mobile Coffee Bar, returns serving “love in a cup” every Saturday night. Other popular gourmet trucks attendees can expect to feast on throughout the summer include Jogasaki, Me So Hungry, and Belly Bombz.

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Eat|See|Hear is thrilled to continue its partnership with Best Friends Animal Society – Los Angeles, donating a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales and bringing adoptable animals to several events with a new “Rent a Mutt” program. Event partners this year also include KROQ-FM, JACK-FM, Los Angeles Magazine, Laemmle Theatres, DoLA.com, Origami Vinyl, Flavorpill, Cinefile Video, and Touch Vinyl.

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Click here to see full movie schedule.

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WHAT: Showtime Presents: Eat|See|Hear
WHEN: Every Saturday May 10 – September 13, 2014
WHERE: Check schedule

DETAILS:

  • Tickets$10 in advance and $12 at the door (cash or credit card)

Typical Event Schedule:

  • 5:30 pm – Doors open
  • 7:00 pm – Band performs
  • 8:30 pm – Movie begins
  • 10:00-11:00 pm – Event concludes (depending on length of movie) 

CONTACT INFO: info@eatseehear.com

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Fish Canyon Falls

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Fish Canyon Falls is an eighty-foot tall three-tiered beauty in the San Gabriel Mountains near Azusa. Spring is the perfect time to visit the dynamic waterfall, but access is limited because there is a rock quarry blocking the trailhead. The creation of the quarry resulted in decades of disputed access to what was once one of the most popular destinations to the range. The quarry chewed up the first mile of the trail, reducing the trek to Fish Canyon Falls to four miles round trip with 400 feet of elevation gain. Even in it’s abbreviated form, this still deserves to be one of the most highly regarded hikes in the San Gabriel Mountains.

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Since the quarry operators will not allow you to just stroll through their active work zone, there are only certain days when the quarry opens the trailhead to hikers. Typically, hiking to Fish Canyon Falls is permitted two Saturdays per month throughout the spring. The calendar of these dates is available on the quarry website.

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After checking in at the quarry parking lot, a shuttle will drive you to the trailhead. From there, hike straight up the canyon to the falls. The trail takes the left bank of the canyon and climbs above the creek past seasonal wildflowers like sunflowers, wishbone bush, blue dicks, and wallflowers. The trail dips back to the creek where sycamores, bays, and alders provide relaxing shade. Boulders in the creek create small rapids and pools that make the creek that much more soothing.

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The trail climbs gradually up the canyon through sun and shade. After a creek crossing, the trail switches to the right bank and approaches Fish Canyon Falls. It is quite a sight! Water tumbles from the lip of the canyon to an upper pool, then pours down a short falls before streaming down the third and longest tier. There is a decent sized pool at the base of the falls and plenty of room to stretch out and enjoy a snack. The pool beneath the upper falls is not accessible to hikers, but could make for an adventurous climb for those with proper gear.

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For more hiking trails visit Hikes Peak.

WHAT: Fish Canyon Falls 
WHEN:
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WHERE: 
3901 Fish Canyon Road, Azusa, CA 91702

SOCIAL MEDIA: Yelp

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