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Happy Friday. We hope you've been enjoying your summer and following some of our leads toward outstanding outings around the city.

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Tour L.A.'s Real Art in the Streets

The blocks that surround MOCA's street art exhibition are filled with an ad hoc gallery of exuberant public art, thanks to a group called LA Freewalls

Long before MOCA's Art in the Streets show opened, Los Angeles's Downtown Arts District already had more than a few monumental works of street art on display with a little help from a group named LA Freewalls. Anyone can see this art in its natural environment for free, but this Saturday at Bloomfest LA, a guided tour of the neighborhood's many elaborately embellished industrial buildings will be led by Daniel Lahoda, curator of LA Freewalls.

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Hang with Miranda July, Trek Boyle Heights: Have a GOOD LA Weekend

Happy weekend, L.A.! Get heavy with Miranda July's new show at MOCA PDC, and walk the secret history of the Boyle Heights neighborhood.



Summer's in full swing, and without any of that icky humidity you might find in other places this time of year. So why not get out and enjoy Los Angeles this weekend? Check out yet another place to see a movie under the stars, climb atop a statue designed by Miranda July, or hike through the ever-changing community of Boyle Heights. Got something we should know about? Email us at la[at]goodinc[dot]com

Friday Flicks in Pershing Square: As if you didn't have enough places to watch movies outside! Last week kicked off another series of outdoor film screenings, this one at downtown's Pershing Square park. No alcohol allowed (booo), but you can bring picnics, and the backdrop of glittery skyscrapers against the darkening summer sky can't be beat. The theme for the summer is the "silliest, funniest, most over-acted films" of all time. This Friday is Young Sherlock Holmes. Next week, Mommie Dearest. Friday, 8:00 p.m.

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Wanna Give Back? Get the Inside Track on Mentoring in L.A.

A new event series sponsored by The People's Fleet invites nonprofits to share their work with the community. First up, Stoked Mentoring.

We've long been fans of The People's Fleet, a program sponsored by Ford that puts cars into the hands of worthy nonprofits across the city. As part of the program's presence here in L.A., The People's Fleet is hosting a series of events that bring local nonprofits together with the community. GOOD LA is happy to co-sponsor these four gatherings, which will each feature a speaker and opportunities for action.

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