The Best Things to Do This Week in L.A.

Punk history, a goth classic, and a little Kindness

Welcome to a new week, full of new opportunities to enjoy all the music, film, and other fun things to do in Los Angeles.

The Goonies at Melrose Rooftop Cinema

Monday, June 3

Get nostalgic with this rooftop screening of a throwback classic. Grab a ticket for a comfy lounge chair or upgrade to a dining-and-movie package that includes a three-course dinner before the film begins.

John Doe and Tom DeSavia Discuss More Fun in the New World 

Tuesday, June 4

As cofounder of seminal L.A. band X, John Doe can speak from experience on the recording industry and the history of the local music scene. He shares some notes from 1982 to 1987 in More Fun in the New World: The Unmaking and Legacy of L.A. Punk, cowritten with Concord Music exec Tom DeSavia. They discuss the project at the Grammy Museum in L.A. Live.

The Crow: 25th Anniversary Screening

Wednesday, June 5

Presented by the Screamfest horror film festival, this “fears and beers” screening at the TCL Chinese 6 Theaters in Hollywood features a Q&A with cast members and moderator Brian Collins of Birth.Movies.Death.

Kindness at Zebulon

Thursday, June 6

Kindness will be familiar to anyone who caught Robyn’s recent round of comeback concerts as the opening act that had everyone dancing. With the release of album Cry Everything, Kindness returns to making their own music, drawing inspiration from funk, queer vocal house, and other upbeat styles.

Cherry Glazerr & Liily at FIGFest

Friday, June 7

The season of free outdoor concerts is in full effect. Stop by FIGat7th downtown for this one, which features local rockers Cherry Glazerr (yes, the band’s name was inspired by the KCRW newscaster) and a set from Liily.

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