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Well, what do you know?

By Andrew Shane Walters

Production of the Week

The Vidiots Foundation is killin’ it! They always have something fun going on. If you haven’t been to any of their screenings, you’ve truly missed out. All right, here is your chance to make up for it. This Sunday (Aug. 2 at 7:30 pm), skip, hop, jump, walk or whatever it is you do on over to Vidiots (306 Pico Blvd.) and prove yourself to be a knowledgable movie buff at their Movie Trivia Night!

You can ride solo or create a team. Either way, it’s $10 a person. First place gets unlimited FREE rentals for a month, plus their very own “picks” shelf at Vidiots, everybody’s favorite old school video rental stop.

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ii’s on Entertainment: ‘Jest’ Laugh

By Andrew Shane Walters

Production of the Week

TootsieHey, uh, you. Yeah, you! Looking for a laugh tonight? Tootsie is a roll, but it’s not a candy, it’s a roll of film. It’s actually a classic, feature-length film. Ever heard of it?

The Vidiots Foundation is having a free screening tonight at 7:30 pm! If you’ve never caught this hilarious 1982 flick then this is the perfect opportunity.

Tootsie is considered to be the second funniest film ever by the American Film Institute. It got nominated for ten Academy Awards and won several, including Jessica Lange for Best Supporting Actress.

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ii’s on Entertainment: Meet my friend, art

By Andrew Shane Walters

Performance of the Week

Do you have any invisible friends? How about those visual friends? Those vastly, excitedly colored and decorated optical mates? All right, I’ll cut to the chase — art can be a friend just like a real flesh and blood person. Art can breathe life into your own life. Creating and having an appreciation for creativity can make life less stressful, more fun and help you make deeper connections with those around you.

“Thank You For Being A Friend” is an art exhibition playing at the 18th Street Arts Center through June 26. Check it out!

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