Things to do for August 30, 2007

The Weekender

The Weekend Starts Here

Take a break, you laboring laborer of labor.

Royal Jelly Moves to Las Vegas

Royal Jelly Moves to Las Vegas

You've got to admire the guy who thought to combine burlesque with live rock and roll. You've also got to admire the guy who knows that Labor Day weekend is the time to haul it all to Vegas.

411: Thursdays, two shows nightly, $20, Ivan Kane's Forty Deuce, Mandalay Bay, 3950 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, 702-632-9442

Opening Ceremony Sale

Opening Ceremony Sale

Your mission: to help the staff make room in the overstuffed boutique for new stock (fall theme: East Coast vs. West Coast designers). Do so by grabbing sale merch, which is an additional 25% off.

411: Through Sun, Opening Ceremony, 451 N. La Cienega Blvd (between Melrose and Beverly), West Hollywood, 310-652-1120

Madison Gallery Opens

Madison Gallery Opens

Through the electronic metal door, you'll find a medieval emporium stocked with men's and women's designer duds by Burberry Prorsum and Todd Lynn. Oh, and a polished nickel Marc Newson surfboard (yes, you're still in Malibu).

411: Opens Sept 1, Madison Gallery, Malibu Country Mart, 23410 Civic Center Way (at Cross Creek Road), Malibu, 310-317-8787

CAAM/Stax Block Party

CAAM/Stax Block Party

In celebration of the 35th anniversary of Wattstax, the legendary Stax Records concert featuring soul masters like Isaac Hayes, you'll enjoy live music, album giveaways and—got your wheels?—an old-school roller-skating competition.

411: Sept 2, 11am-5pm, Exposition Park, 600 State Dr, Downtown, 213-744-7432

Barn Burner at Seven Grand

Barn Burner at Seven Grand

If you're in the mood for whiskey—and we know you are—you're in good hands with Fred Booker Noe, the great grandson of Jim Beam. Drink specials and live music are two other reasons you should probably just keep the holiday weekend rolling.

411: Sept 5, 8pm, Seven Grand, 515 W. 7th St (between Olive and Grand), Downtown, 213-614-0737

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