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- Craft and Folk Art Museum Offers Summer Camp for Ages 5-12
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- Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) Offers ‘This Is Not A Silent Movie: Four Contemporary Alaska Native Artists’ May 26 – September 8, 2013
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- Chevalier’s Books Presents April Peveteaux at a Book Signing Sunday May 19, 12-2 PM
Category Archives: Things To Do
|August 31, 2012|
Carol Welsman is an internationally acclaimed singer and pianist whose expressive vocal styling and dynamic stage presence have captivated audiences around the world. She has sold more than sixty thousand albums in Canada alone, something few jazz artists in Canada have experienced. Her numerous achievements include the receipt of five Juno Award (Canadian Grammy) nominations, including the just-announced nod for Jazz Album of the Year for I Like Men, and several CDN Smooth Jazz Awards. She has become well established as an international artist, touring the world and performing in Italian, French, Portuguese, and English.
|August 25, 2012|
At this free monthly event, the whole family can get together to check out the sun, moon, planets and other celestial objects, as well as trying out different telescopes and talking to knowledgeable amateur astronomers.
The event ends at 9:45 p.m., but lines may be cut off earlier. Full event info and the full 2012 calendar can be found on the observatory website.
Griffith Observatory 2800 E. Observatory Road, Los Angeles
|August 17, 2012|
Release Party for new artsy Magazine ‘They’
Standard Goods 7151 Beverly Blvd.
Friday August 17, 7-9 pm
|August 16, 2012|
In celebration of the Dodgers’ 50th year in Los Angeles, Bluetopia traces the lives of devoted Dodger fans throughout the 2008 season. Demonstrating how fans of diverse backgrounds can unite in their reverence of the team; this film is as much about love as it is about baseball. Producer/Director Timothy Marx will introduce the film and take questions after the screening.
Thursday August 16 at 7 pm
Free with museum admission. RSVP requested to firstname.lastname@example.org
|August 18, 2012|
Brasil Brazil features the vocal talents of Ana Gazzola and Sonia Santos. The Brazilian natives have been performing throughout Brazil and across the globe to rave reviews on six continents. “The intensity of Santo’s voice and the cool sensuality of Gazzola’s blend and complement each other with delightful chemistry, making Brasil Brazil’s distinctive sound an irresistible one.” —Patricia Albela, L.A.Jazz Scene
Hancock Park - Free, no reservations
Saturday August 18, 5 PM
Bring blankets to sit on the grass. Bring a Picnic or refreshments including wine & beer plus light food & snacks are available for purchase. Dogs on a leash are allowed.
|August 12, 2012|
From the owner: “Eva Restaurant is your local culinary sanctuary of warmth, comfort and indulgence. It’s the perfect place to experience unparalleled dining with family and friends in a communal setting.”
From Zagat: “Charismatic” chef-owner Mark Gold “presides over the kitchen in his cowboy hat” at this “quirky” “little gem” on Beverly Boulevard serving “imaginative” seasonal Californian fare in an “intimate” space that’s “like dining in someone’s home”; a “warm”, “caring” staff “makes the excellent food taste even better”, and while it’s not cheap, those “on a budget” claim the Sunday Supper is “one of the best bargains in town.”
“fruit salad” weiser farms assorted melons
roasted organic jidori chicken maryann’s heirloom tomatoes
‘famous patty melt’ langer’s rye bread, buttered onion, tomato jam
ice cream sandwich homemade chocolate chip cookies, bennett’s ice cream (more…)