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HANCOCK PARK: Rhinestone tattoo art aficionado Christian Audigier (he's the guy behind Ed Hardy) has chopped his Hancock Park house for the second time since listing it a year ago, but there might be a catch. In October 2010, Audigier was asking $8.299 million; he yanked the house off the market almost immediately, but relisted in May 2011 asking $8.265 million. Now he's gone all the way down to $7.65 million. BUT there's no longer any mention of that Rolls Royce Phantom 5 that was previously included in the listing. [Redfin]

KOREATOWN: Curbed pal and architectural photographer Luke Gibson is having a show at the AIA/LA office--it's called The Architecture of Los Angeles and features prime LA architecture caught on film. It runs weekdays through October 28. [Curbed Inbox]

DOWNTOWN: Yee-haw, it's the sixth annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar tomorrow. Highlights include sessions on researching Los Angeles and Los Angeles in the movies and a screening of 41st & Central: The Untold Story of the L.A. Black Panthers. Esotouric will be hosting a tour of Bunker Hill led by Gordon Pattison (his family owned the famous Salt Box Victorian) and an LA Noire tour of Downtown. [Curbed Inbox]