A Bowl full of street food, '60s revivalists, and the home team hosts those guys from the Bronx.
[Editor's Note: The LA Street Food Fest is happening on Sat July 24, not this weekend. The Rundown apologizes for the error.]
Second Helping: LA Street Food Fest
If you didn't get in the first time, try again with all-you-can-eat food from more than 60 favorite vendors plus open beer gardens.
Front of the line: For an extra $20, you'll get an extra hour of food and better parking.
Sat 5p-9p. Rose Bowl, 1001 Rose Bowl Dr., Pasadena (323-560-7469). $45, $65 for VIP. Nearby: Gamble and Gamble House; Zinnia; Nicole's Gourmet Foods
Crush 'Em: Dodgers vs. Yankees
Teams knock heads as they renew their long-standing rivalry on our home turf.
More action: For another heated series, snatch up tickets to the Giants-Dodgers home games happening July 19th-21st.
Fri-Sun. Dodger Stadium, 1000 Elysian Park Ave., Echo Park (323-224-1500). $20 and up here; mini plans from $63-$520 here. Nearby: Elysian Park; Red Lion; Subliminal Projects
Who's Got the Funk: Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings
Groove back to the swinging '60s as the critically-acclaimed group recreates the funk and soul sounds of the era.
Also playing: The Warped Tour in Carson and the Electric Daisy Carnival in Downtown.
Sat 8p. The Wiltern, 3790 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-City (214-388-1400). $22.50 here. Nearby: Brass Monkey; The HMS Bounty; Toe Bang Restaurant
Dead-on Drama: Graveyard Screening of Midnight Cowboy
Pack a bottle of wine and catch Jon Voight in this infamous drama about two guys taking on the gritty side of New York City.
Ride on: Return next weekend for Easy Rider, Cinespia's tribute to Dennis Hopper.
Sat gates at 7:30p; movie at 9p. Hollywood Forever Cemetery, 6000 Santa Monica Blvd. (323-469-9933). $10 at the gate. Nearby: Providence; Osteria Mozza; Beauty Bar