Save the Date: Weekend Edition

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Photographer and Echo Park resident Dana Zielinsky spent a week  in May shooting portraits of 50 friends involved in music, arts, writing,  film and other creative fields. That week-long photo shoot lead to a show that opens tonight (Nov. 5) at Origami Vinyl in Echo Park featuring 16 neighborhood musicians who were among her portrait subjects.

Do you favor football over photos? Then catch the 76th annual face off between the Garfield High Bulldogs and the Roosevelt High Roughriders tonight ( Nov. 5) at East Los Angeles College. More art and culture on Saturday, with the Paris-based La Compagnie Pavlov taking the stage at the Luckman Center at Cal State L.A.  and eighteen artists exhibiting their work at  “Open/Closed,” the first group show at The Keystone Art Space in Echo Park. Also on Saturday, historian Charlie Fisher is scheduled to sign copies of his new book on Garvanza, which recently became part of a larger Highland Park historic district.  The civic-minded should make note of a guided tour on the upcoming rehabilitation of Echo Park Lake and an open house on a proposed redevelopment zone stretching from Elysian Valley to Atwater.  On Sunday (don’t forget to move your clock back), the Northeast Los Angeles Veterans Day Parade marches up Eagle Rock Bouelvard.  More to do in Save the Date

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