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Things to do for September 20, 2017
Watch Movies. Splash Around With Your Friends. Do Both at the Same Time.
But Before That, Maybe Go to a Vintage Masquerade Party for a Notable CenturionBy Hadley Tomicki
It's Never Too Early to Have the Hell Scared Out of You
Tickets are now available for Creep LA's new haunt. This latest interactive walkthrough is based on Amazon's new series about horror legends called Lore. It was scarier source material than Café Society. We'll presume, having never seen it.
A Sweet Slice of the South on San Vicente
Pie. You love it, we love it, that lady over there loves it. And a new spot in Brentwood called Winston Pies is now offering Southern-style pies whole and by the slice in flavors like fall pumpkin, Blue Ridge blueberry and cranberry orange chess. Hi, lady over there.
A Major Exhibit From a Major Vandal
You've probably seen large walls bearing murals by the artist D*Face, looking a little like Roy Lichtenstein with a death fetish. On Friday, you can witness the London painter and sculptor's only U.S. show of the year at Corey Helford Gallery. Your own walls may stand to benefit by doing this.
A Black-Tie Soiree to Celebrate Culver's 100th
Three Ways to Celebrate Culver City's Centennial:
1) Wear a conical paper hat and shout Happy Birthday at inanimate landmarks.
2) Attend the Culver Hotel's 1920's-themed, black-tie masquerade on Saturday night.
3) Send a card, have your assistant sign your name.
Get a Little Wet. Watch Some Movies.
There's something going on at Skybar on Mondays. They call it a "dive-in" theater and it involves you and some friends jumping in their pools while watching movies and drinking things. Monday is Grease. Followed by a month of horror films curated by Brett Ratner. He'll wisely leave out Jaws.