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Fan Workshop and Lecture 150 150 admin

Fan Workshop and Lecture

Something small I hope everyone enjoys this week. Listen to Kanji Ishizumi’s lecture on the history of fan making, then personalize a fan out of paper and wood. Come check this out during your sightseeing tour of Los Angeles. While on your visit here, I thought it would be fun to check out an event…

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THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN 150 150 admin

THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN

Through May 1. This international touring production, directed by Tony Award®  winner Garry Hynes (Beauty Queen of Leenane), and originally mounted by Druid theatre company of Galway,  Ireland, has already racked up awards in New York, the UK and Ireland. This is a great play, I’ve been revealing some hidden gems out there and this…

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GOD OF CARNAGE 150 150 admin

GOD OF CARNAGE

Through May 29. This straight-from-Broadway comedy, the 2009 Tony Award winner for Best Play, is re-created in an exclusive engagement at the Ahmanson Theatre downtown. This is a very keen-witted little comedic play, it stays true to the original, highly recommended when it comes to things to do in Los Angeles.It reunites an outstanding cast…

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Spring Egg Workshop with Natalie Orlins Gebet 150 150 admin

Spring Egg Workshop with Natalie Orlins Gebet

Natalie Orlins Gebet teaches you how to decorate an Easter egg Ukrainian style using wax, dye and “ancient motifs.” I thought this could be a cute fun family event for those to head to while they go and tour LA. Craft and Folk Art Museum Price: free Sat., April 23, 2:00pm-3:30pm 5814 Wilshire Blvd. L.A.,…

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THE MERCY SEAT BY NEIL LABUTE 150 150 admin

THE MERCY SEAT BY NEIL LABUTE

Through Apr. 24. The Vs. Theatre Company explores what would happen if you were suddenly faced with the now-or-never chance to leave your spouse for your lover, with no messy strings attached. Michelle Clunie (Queer as Folk) and Johnny Clark star in the L.A. premiere of The Mercy Seat, Neil LaBute’s caustically funny examination of…

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Brewery Artwalk 150 150 admin

Brewery Artwalk

April 16-17. More than 100 artist studios at the former brewery open their doors. The twice-annual event offers goers the chance to see new works of art, speak with the artists and purchase works at non-commission studio prices. I thought most would like something unique to do, so I recommend you add this on your…

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Dengue Fever, The Holloys, Jail Weddings 150 150 admin

Dengue Fever, The Holloys, Jail Weddings

Formed in 2001, Dengue Fever has been one of the most enduring, hype-sustaining acts in the L.A. area since its inception, largely because there’s not another band in the universe that does what they do. Theirs is a timeless, genreless, polyglot sound forged of surf guitar, space rock, Afro rhythms and Cambodian pop. This has…

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A-Won

At its best, Japanese sashimi is something exquisite; delicate ultrafresh nibbles meant to be contemplated as much as they are to be eaten. Korean sushi is something else entirely – it is bar food, seasoned with raw garlic and hot peppers, smeared with bean paste, consumed in great quantities with flowing oceans of soju or…

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Gordon Getty Concert: Metropolitan Opera Artists 150 150 admin

Gordon Getty Concert: Metropolitan Opera Artists

There are few things that can beat a great museum, complete with dinner in the restaurant and a concert to complement one of the exhibitions. And even fewer that can beat the Getty for content and atmosphere, and a concert featuring some reigning operatic stars. This weekend’s Gordon Getty Concert: Metropolitan Opera Artists features electrifying…

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Bike Night 150 150 admin

Bike Night

Tonight’s Bike Night at the Hammer means you have an excuse to finally jam “Bike,” the last song off Pink Floyd’s The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, and not feel so ironic or self-conscious about it. Hosted by artist Lisa Anne Auerbach, it features screenings of BMX classic Rad (1986) and a series of bike-related…

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