This weekend, the impossible is possible. You can go back in time to 1955, then 1991. You can head to Oz in your own backyard, shake hands with the actual Steve Madden and finish it off with a delicous meal that's one hundred percent vegan.
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When/Where: 8 p.m. this Friday at the
Why Go: Wilson Phillips' perfectly-blended voices will ring out live at this concert. You can sing along to songs such as "Hold On," "You're in Love" and "Release Me." Their recent appearance in "Bridesmaids" alone is enough to remind fans why this early '90s all-girl group still rules.
When/Where: 8:15 p.m. this Friday at
Why Go: Teens, tweens and families are invited to this free outdoor movie night. For those of you who saw this classic in the theater, try not to think about the fact that if they remade it now, the DeLorean would head back to 1981. I can't handle that. At least you can feel like a kid again. Grown-ups and kids of all ages are welcome, there is plenty of room.
When/Where: 7-9 p.m. this Friday through Sunday at 11504 178th St., Artesia
Why Go: This magical backyard play stars 36 talented neighborhood kids ages 4-15. The director is 18 years old. Bring a sweater because it really is a backyard play and the evening may get cool. For more information, call Athena at 562-755-3893.
When/Where: Event runs from noon-4 p.m., Steve Madden meet and greet from 2-3:30 p.m. this Saturday at the
Why Go: Meet legendary shoe designer Steve Madden and shop his latest collection. The event will feature a live DJ, celebrity guest host Julissa Bermudez and informal modeling. During the meet and greet you can take a photo with Mr. Madden and get an autograph too. Receive a complimentary t-shirt and tote bag while supplies last, one per customer, and enter to win your very own pair of Steve Madden shoes.
When/Where: 2-4 p.m. this Saturday at the
Why Go: Vegan Los Angeles will present this fun cooking show to demonstrate how to make delicious vegan dishes.
If the kids are stir crazy with summer fever this weekend, you should check out outlining a fun make-your-own pizza project.
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