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WEST HOLLYWOOD—We've been keeping you up to date on The Grove's (189 The Grove Drive) month-long Street Style Cinema screenings. The Who What Wear hosted event takes place in the mall's courtyard and this week's installment brings Clueless—which is celebrating its 20th anniversary!—to the big screen. Festivities including cocktails, a photo booth, and music by HM Sound featuring Amy Pham begin at 6:30pm and the show starts at 8pm. This stylish flick is sure to draw a crowd so be sure to hold a seat here.
WEST HOLLYWOOD—If you've been dying to decorate some sad, blank walls in your space but have been tight on cash, Farmer's Daughter Hotel (115 S Fairfax Avenue) might just have a solution to offer this Thursday. From 6:30-10pm, their patio (frequently a place for creative events) presents "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: A Cheap Art Show," with locally made pieces ranging from just $1-$75. In addition, those who RSVP (by heading to the Facebook page or calling the hotel at 323-937-3930) will score a free bevvy courtesy of Tart upon arrival, and the restaurant will be serving $5 cocktails and $10 appetizers throughout the night. Enjoy some live music and finally find a decent replacement for that macrame owl hanging in your living room (or maybe that's just us?).