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Comedy, Fashion, Happenings

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Ease back into the four-day week tonight with a jam packed night of laughter from heavy hitters Jeff Garlin, Jeffrey Ross, Erik Griffin, Shawn Halpin, Fahim Anwar, Chelsea Peretti, Mike Black and more (9 more to be exact) at The Comedy Store’s 16 Headlining Comics. You’ve seen them all on your TV, now catch them live in person. Double bonus: Order The Store’s espresso that’s getting rave reviews. Tickets are $15 each. Shows are ages 21 and older, only.

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The long days of summer have finally arrived in Los Angeles. Escape the 95 degree heat while taking in cool sounds and libations at The Standard’s weekly acoustic music series, Desert Nights. This Wednesday, Sept. 7 enjoy music from Ethan Gold, Sara Melson and Heather Porcaro in the Cactus Lounge will taking in poolside views. This event starts at 7:30 p.m. and is free to attend.

We’re bringing New York to The Sunset Strip on Thursday, Sept. 8 with a night full of parties, fashion, events and comedy. The night kicks off with West Hollywood’s celebration of Fashion’s Night Out, an event created by Vogue, the City of New York and the Council of Fashion Designers of America in 2009 to celebrate fashion. What does that mean for you? Lots of great trunk shows with designers, DJs, complimentary cocktails and appetizers for shoppers and an after-party at the Skybar featuring champagne, desserts and live music. Sunset Strip businesses participating include Andaz West Hollywood (pop-up shop and fashion exhibit curated by celebrity stylist Brett Alan Nelson), BCBG Maxazria, Code C (prosecco and appetizers, designers and DJs), H. Lorenzo (special promotions), LIVE! On Sunset (meet and greet trunk show with Sam & Lavi) and Nicole Miller (DJ, light bites and spirits as well as exclusive fall shipments). Additionally, the City is providing complimentary shuttles with stops throughout West Hollywood so you can hit up all the parties around the town. For more info, visit

After you’ve purchased your new fall wardrobe, stop by The Roxy Theatre for a night with Brooklyn’s own Andrew Dice Clay. The Diceman brings his signature style to a venue that is no stranger to comedy, having hosted Cheech & Chong, Pee Wee Herman and Russell Brand over the years. Tickets for this limited engagement, 18 and older event are $39.50. Doors open at 8 p.m. End your Big Apple adventure with a slice from Joe’s New York Pizza, open until 4 a.m.

Berlin’s Atari Teenage Riot brings their political techno to the Key Club on Friday, Sept. 9. Always innovative, ATR is on the road after releasing their fourth studio album, Is This Hyperreal? Otto Retox, Otto Von Schirach and The Red Paintings round out the bill. Tickets are $15-$18 for this 18 and older show. Doors open at 8:30 p.m.

Return to the Key Club on Saturday, Sept. 10 and check out 2009 Sunset Strip Music Festival alum Unwritten Law. The Southern California group will provide the perfect soundtrack to these last days of summer. Muder On The 405, Alevela and Conversation Kills are also on the lineup. Doors for this all ages show open at 8:00 p.m. Tickets range from $19.99 – $69.

Catch a band whose videos you used to actually watch on MTV (not YouTube) when nineties post-grunge rockers Our Lady Peace unleash their arsenal of chart topping songs on Sunday, Sept. 11 at the Viper Room. The night also includes performances by local bands Hello Vegas and Of Verona, who are continuing their Sunday night residency at the Viper. Tickets are $15 for this 21 and older show. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.

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