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West Coast 2011
a musical pilgrimage on bicycles
Sunday, August 28th Free
Los Angeles Bike Oven
3706 North Figueroa, 6:00pm
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The Spoke(n) Art bicycle ride is a free, once-a-month, bicycle tour of art galleries in North East Los Angeles. This month’s Spoke(n) Art Ride will feature “Here, There and Everywhere”, a group art exhibition curated by Julie Zemel.
The ride takes place on the second Saturday of each month – a special night in North East Los Angeles. Area art galleries open their doors late into the night as part of NELAart’s “Gallery Night”.
This month’s Spoke(n) Art Ride will feature “Here, There and Everywhere”, a group art exhibition curated by Julie Zemel. The exhibition opens on February 9, 2008 and will remain at the Bike Oven until March 6, 2008. The opening reception will be held on Saturday, February 9, at 7 pm. For further information about the Here, There and Everywhere exhibition, please contact Julie Zemel at email@example.com
For Immediate Release Contact: Jordann Turner ‚Äì (213) 978-1379 Michelle Mowery ‚Äì (213) 972-4962
City of Los Angeles Bicycle Master Plan Update
Public Meetings to be Held February and March 2008 at Four Neighborhood Locations Los Angeles (January 22, 2008) – The City of Los Angeles will be holding a series of public workshops to discuss the Bicycle Master Plan Update, during the months of February and March 2008.
City of Los Angeles Bicycle Plan provides a guide to develop a Citywide bicycle transportation system. The intent of the Bicycle Plan is to expand bicycle usage through further development of bicycle riding facilities, improvement of existing facilities, and creation of bicycle support programs. Ideally, the bicycle network will increase bicycle usage in place of automobiles.
“Tron”,¬†Made by Disney in 1982,¬† stars Bruce Boxleitner and Jeff Bridges and follows the story of a guy who enters into a computer program to….well, nevermind. No one’s ever watched Tron for the plot. It’s the look of Tron that really kicks ass.
Shot monochromatically in the computer world this movie is a marvel to look at. Plus everyone’s got their own Tron story….where they saw it, the time they dressed up as Tron for halloween, etc. And if you’ve never seen Tron, you’re gonna be friggin amazed. The lightcycle races alone are worth the prize of admission.
Speaking of which….as always, this is a fund raiser for The Bike Oven. Four bucks gets you in. Tron dogs, beverage and a special Tron cocktail, created by Pruitt just for the occasion are also available for next to nothing. Come in a glowy Tron costume and we’ll all laugh at you but be secretly envious!