KCRW’s 5 Things to Do This Week

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SEE: Women & War

After 28 years of documenting the effect of war on women in locations like Bosnia, Hiroshima, Vietnam, and Cameroon,  Marissa Ross is sharing her body of work at the Museum of Tolerance. “One Person Crying: Women and War” is now on view. VISIT

LISTEN: Dance Music Mecca

LA’s heat wave is actually in the clubs! The city is turning out dance music producers at a sizzling rate. Mario Cotto has lined up some heavy hitters for you to check out — Classixx, Cosmic Kids, Harvard Bass and more. GET WARMED UP

WATCH: Ai Weiwei Film

Edward Goldman recommends seeing the new documentary about Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei.  Catch a glimpse of this global figure who blurs the line between art and politics in “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry.” DIGITAL DISPLAY

EAT: Josie Next Door

Munch on beer and bacon popcorn while sipping your craft beer or wine flight at Josie Next Door, the latest gastropub to hit the west side. Jonathan Gold recommends the roast pork sloppy joe and the porky rillettes. START PORKIN’ AROUND

GIVE: 40 Meals to the LA Regional Food Bank

Help KCRW send 150,000 meals to the LA Regional Food Bank by August 24.  Join KCRW during our summer membership drive and while you’re at it, send 40 meals to the LA Regional Food Bank.  You’ll be helping two important organizations serving Los Angeles. SUPPORT