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Happenings, Music, Nightlife

via Brent X. Mendoza and

Take advantage of these balmy nights and spend your evening enjoying cool music and cool cocktails at the ultra chic The Standard hotel. Continuing their weekly Wednesday night series, this July 13 Desert Nights edition brings you Rabbit and Rutherford, Boy Scout Jamboree and Rachel and Aaron, live and unplugged in the Cactus Lounge. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. Free entrance.

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Thursday, July 14 the Viper Room presents L.A.’s own hard rock heartthrobs The Dreaming.  Comprised of former members of Stabbing Westward, Deadsy and the Murderdolls, the band delivers a juggernaut of hard rocking hits and a stage presence second to none. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 in advance/$10 day of show.

Friday, July 15 work your teenage hormones into a frenzy when The Roxy Theatre presents T. Mills. In a few short years this hip-hop entrepreneur has moved from making beats in his bedroom, to being a featured performer on the Warped Tour, to selling out his own marquee shows here in Los Angeles. See why high school girls everywhere are doodling Mrs. T. Mills all over their iPhone cases. Doors open at 8 p.m.

PLUS-SIZED PICK OF THE WEEK: Stay away from the 405 and all “Carmageddon” references by spending your Saturday, July 16 bounding up and down The Strip desperately trying to keep up with all the day’s happenings. First on the list: start your day off right with some liquid libations at the second installment of the ColLAboration Craft Beer Garden on The Sunset Strip (8950 W. Sunset Boulevard). For three Saturdays this month, get to know your WEHO neighbors while enjoying dozens of top notch craft beers from around the world, as well as a lively game of bocce or bean bags. Gates open at noon. This week show your West Hollywood ID and get two for one on your first beer!

Now that you’ve worked up plenty of liquid courage, spend your evening stalking GNR’s legendary drummer Steven Adler. Beginning at 7 p.m., the rock n’ roll icon will sign copies of his new memoir My Appetite for Destruction– Sex, Drugs, & Guns N’ Roses at SoundCheck Hollywood (8872 W. Sunset). From there it’s only a hop, skip and a jump over to the Key Club for a performance by the man himself. Catch Adler’s Appetite along with Afterlife, Rattlehead and Harmsway. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15 – $18.

Spend your Sunday exploring The Strip’s hottest new culinary destination, Eveleigh. Expanding on their menu mantra of fresh, local and available ingredients, the Eveleigh’s in-house mixologists bring you Farmer’s Market Sundays, where they use farm-to-table ingredients from the Hollywood Farmer’s Market to create a different cocktail menu each and every Sunday. Mmmm…delicious and nutritious.

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