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Pop-up brunch in Frogtown; American Girl dolls at the Autry; Black Mass L.A. sets out from Historic Park

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For summer brunch al fresco with a view of the L.A. River, Chisme Tortilleria is cooking up chilaquiles, tacos, nachos and more at The Frog Spot in Frogtown. The Autry hosts activities with American Girl doll Josephina, working with costume, textile, and designs experts – and making a doll for your doll. The Black Mass L.A. bike ride sets out from the Los Angeles Historical Park.

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Go Metro to Nisei Week 2017 in Little Tokyo

Enjoyed by thousands every summer, Nisei Week in Little Tokyo is one the nation’s longest running cultural festivals of its kind. From August 19 to 27, participate in free Japanese cultural events, activities for all ages, and live music and dancing.

The most convenient way to get to the 77th Annual Nisei Week festivities is to take the Metro Gold Line and get off at the Little Tokyo/Arts District Station. Learn more at golittletokyo.com.

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