Clitoral Mass, Los Angeles’ first all-women mass ride, happening tonight
It’s been months in the making, and now the all-women Clitoral Mass bike ride is happening tonight. Hosted by the Ovarian Psycos Bicycle Brigade , the women are expecting more than 300 women to attend – more than 700 people confirmed on their Facebook event page. 
The all-women ride is modeled after the Critical Mass ride, also happening tonight, and will go 28 miles through Downtown Los Angeles, South Los Angeles, and parts of East Los Angeles (Boyle Heights, City Terrace). This is the first all-women mass ride happening in Los Angeles. This ride for women and women identified people, so while men can’t join the ride they can participate in the post-ride party happening at the Vortex celebrating their 2-year anniversary. 
Meet up location: Los Angeles Historic State Park (aka “Not a Cornfield”) 
Meet-Up Time: 6:00 p.m.
Ride-Out Time: 7:00
Ovarian Psycos Bicycle Brigade website, click here. 
Working closely with the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Eastside Bike Club presents the “Dodgertown Bike Ride.” ESBC has secured a couple of sections at Dodger Stadium for all cyclist and their families through a Group ticket sales. Please purchase tickets here .
The event starts with a Bike Rally at 3 p.m. The rally features a best decorated “LA Dodger Fan and Bike” theme. Participants are encouraged to wear Dodger attire and decorate their bikes. A Bike Parade (ala Soul Train Line), with prizes being awarded for best decorated bikes and riders. Music, raffles, health and bike related resources will also be present.
Take me out to the ball game” will be sung by participants just before departing to the stadium.
When: Rally starts at 3 p.m. Ride to the stadium starts at 4:30 p.m. Game Starts at 6:10 p.m.
Where: The rally and ride starts at El Arca (Next to Lincoln Park) 3839 Selig Place Lincoln Heights CA 90031
A farmers market opening in Boyle Heights, supporting street vendor campaign to sell legally on the street
The Boyle Heights non-profit East LA Community Corporation (ELACC) and Los Angeles City Councilmember Jose Huizar are celebrating the grand opening of El Mercado del Pueblo,a one-stop evening farmers’ market with crafts,  produce, hot food, and live music. The market will include local street food vendors offering their delicious foods including tamales, tortas, crepes, and other crafty treats. The market kicks off on Saturday, September 1 and that will take place every Saturday.
When: Saturday, September 1, 2012 from 5pm-10pm. Every Saturday thereafter
Where: 2510 E. 6th Street, Los Angeles 90023 (Corner of 6th St and Mathews St.)