There are 20 screenings in July throughout Old Pas, from Central Park to the One Colorado Courtyard. Titles range from popular blockbusters to a new documentary on America’s most famous cat, Griffith Park mountain lion P-22.
Dancing is unavoidable at LACMA’s Saturday Latin Sounds. This month brings Frances Livings’ Ipanema Lounge … triple Grammy winner Oscar Hernandez and quartet … and the hot Yamila Guerra Cuban Latin Band. Just try sitting still.
From Thousand Oaks to Pasadena to Palos Verdes, LA is filled with enchanting places to say “I do.” From rustic ranches and elegant mansions to sunset beaches and dinosaur bones (say what?), here are some of the very best.
The Getty’s much-anticipated exhibition of JMW Turner’s greatest masterworks, produced in his 60s and early 70s, opens late this month at the Getty. Beyond awesome.
Sometimes you just can’t wait for Friday. Literally. Thank heavens for Thursday Game Night at the Grand Central Market. Trivial Pursuit with your tacos?
Just a few more weeks to catch the final showing of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s breathtaking multimedia exhibition Hollywood Costume. It’s an unforgettable dazzler.
LA Opera’s world premiere of the work the New York Times called “blasphemous, brilliant… realistically contemporary and timelessly comic.” At Barnsdall Gallery Theater, Janaury 16 – 18.
200,000 square feet of art in over 120 galleries: good thing it’s on for five days. See it January 14 – 18.
East or west: which street food rocks your world? Find out Monday or Tuesday, December 8 or 9, as Chef Bernhard Mairinger of Austrian restaurant BierBeisl challenges the team at Silla Thai (seriously) in a pop-up clash of traditional street dishes. firstname.lastname@example.org