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Sue Grafton at The Grove on Tuesday November 29 at 7pm but you have to buy the book at Barnes & Noble
|November 29, 2011|
in celebration of her new ‘Kinsey Milhone’ mystery, V Is for Vengeance. Whether you started with A Is for Alibi or you’re new to this series, you’re in for a great adventure.
Note: This is a wristbanded event. B&N at The Grove will begin distributing wristbands at 9:00 am on day of event with the purchase of V Is for Vengeance.
|November 26, 2011|
Free and open to the public
Join the CAFAM Shop and some of their favorite artists, designers, and vendors on November 26 and December 3 for a truly unique gift shopping experience with the best in handmade and Fair Trade goods.
5814 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036
|November 28, 2011|
The stripped down rock tour that is following the lavish orchestral, Symphonicity tour. Nov. 28, 29, 30 at 8 pm
American Cinematheque Presents “Los Angeles Plays Itself’ at The Egyptian Theatre November 25 at 7:30 pm
|November 25, 2011|
“LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF”
Fri, November 25, 7:30pm
An almost secret history of Los Angeles, real and imagined emerges in this cinematic essay that is only available on the big screen. One of the Cinematheque’s most requested titles returns with filmmaker Thom Andersen in person with discussion following the film.
LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF
2003, 169 min, Dir: Thom Andersen
A must-see for Los Angeles history buffs and cinema enthusiasts. Marvel at the hundreds of archival and film clips revealing an almost secret history of the City of Angels. A Cinematheque favorite!
Seniors 65+ and students $9.00
|November 29, 2011|
TUES, NOV 29, 7:00PM | HAMMER READINGS
It’s a little far to go from Hancock Park but Academy and Golden Globe award-winning actress Diane Keaton reads from her new memoir Then Again which has been receiving excellent reviews. Keaton has starred in some of the most memorable films of the past forty years, including The Godfather trilogy, Annie Hall, Manhattan, Reds, Baby Boom, Father of the Bride, The First Wives Club, and Something’s Gotta Give. A Q&A and book signing will follow the reading.
ALL HAMMER PUBLIC PROGRAMS ARE FREE. Hammer members receive priority seating, subject to availability. Reservations not accepted, RSVPs not required.
Parking is available under the museum for $3 after 6:00pm
|November 19, 2011|
The group at this new Exhibit RED at The Loft at Liz’s features a number of renowned Los Angeles based artists including:
Andy Moses, Anna Dusi, Bendow, Mike Street,
Brad Howe, Cielo Pessione, Danny First,
Elana Kundell, Hacer, Jennifer Dozier,
Miles Regis, Richard Turner,
Kenneth Ober, Hadi Salehi
and Robert Tahar
The opening will include a special live performance from the band Bumtech
|November 13, 2011|
Wow..this takes me back to my High School days when all my girlfriends and I adored Tab Hunter!
Teen heartthrob, accomplished singer, TV celebrity, and gay icon – ladies and gentlemen, this is Tab Hunter, who started life as an introverted youngster, only to become one of the quintessential “boys next door” of the post-War era. Over the past six decades, he’s conquered film, TV, theater and has even had a number-one hit pop single — plus, the list of filmmakers he’s worked with include such luminaries as William Wellman, Raoul Walsh, Stanley Donen, John Huston and the legendary John Waters. No heartthrob from the past century has also poked fun at his own image as wittily as this multi-talented movie star, whose films range from cult musicals to grindhouse shockers and gritty westerns. Come join us for a salute to the all-American idol with a life story more amazing than anything Hollywood could imagine.
Polyester – 9:00pm Following the talk with Tab, there will be a screening of the infamous 1981 John Waters movie Polyester, which starred Tab and Divine.
|November 13, 2011|
When a middling copy editor/failed poet meets his former lover for lunch 15 years after their affair, he finds that everything — and nothing — has changed. From the tablecloths to the wine to his former lover, wealth and success now gloss the surface where kitsch and passion once held sway. He is bitter, petulant and increasingly inebriated; she is glamorous, generous, and eventually provoked. A dramatization of Christopher Reid’s acclaimed narrative poem, The Song of Lunch stars Alan Rickman (Harry Potter films) and Emma Thompson (Sense and Sensibility, film version) in the unnamed roles of He and She. Waiter, I’ll take the nostalgia special with a side of recrimination and finish with regret, for a lunch that celebrates love and ambition with poignancy, humor, and affection.