February 2011 Culture Alert


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February 2011 Culture Alert

Hello all - Short month, but lots to do around town. Almost 900 free cultural events are listed here: festivals, lectures, readings, walks, conferences, plays, screenings, jams, openings, & many, many concerts. Among the interesting people you can meet around town are Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller, Oliver Stone, Andrei Codrescu, Andy Summers, Billy Collins, Robert Pinsky, & W.S. Merwin; Michael Pollan, Jonathan Lethem, Julian Sands, Sen. Scott Brown, Keanu Reeves, "Weird Al" Yankovic, & Condoleezza Rice.
This month’s events celebrate Presidents Day, the Lunar New Year, & African American History Month. There’s the Camellia Festival, the Festival of Friendship in Cerritos, Fiesta De La Candelaria, & observances of Ronald Reagan’s centenary & the 40th anniversary of the Apollo mission.
As usual, everything listed is free & open to the public as far as I know. Please call ahead if you dislike surprises, & please note that RSVP means you must reserve a place. “Call to verify” means I couldn’t confirm the event. Some events that require museum admission are listed, because many of us have memberships in local museums.
Have a great month, & please get out there & support the arts.

Tue 2/1 11 am

Artist Talk at Otis

Fine Arts presents a lecture by artist Joel Tauber.

Forum, Otis College, 9045 Lincoln, Westchester

310/665-6827 ● otis.edu

Tue 2/1 12 noon

Art History in Torrance

Artful Days: Mary Drobny presents a talk on "Galka Scheyer & the German Expressionist Artists."

Nakano Theatre, 3330 Civic Center Dr, Torrance

310/781-7171 ● tcac.torrnet.com

Tue 2/1 1 pm

Justice at Cal Lutheran

Rev. Alexia Salvatierra, the first recipient of the CLU Peace Prize, speaks on "Economic Justice, the New Sanctuary Movement & Christianity."

Lundring Center, Cal Lutheran U, 60 W Olsen Rd, Thousand Oaks

805/493-3951 ● clunet.edu
Tue 2/1 1:30 pm

Classic Movies at the Skirball

Scenes from a Crazy World: Screening of Jacques Tati's amazing 1967 film "Playtime."

Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 N Sepulveda, West LA

310/440-4500 ● skirball.org
Tue 2/1 2 pm

Movies at GPL: Evita (1996)

Central Library, 222 E Harvard St, Glendale

818/548-2042 ● library.ci.glendale.ca.us

Tue 2/1 3:30 pm

Magic at the Chinatown Library

For kids: Celebrate the New Year with the Magic of Tony Daniels, a magician who will first amaze you & then teach tricks.

Chinatown Branch of LAPL, 639 N Hill St, LA

213/620-0925 ● lapl.org
Tue 2/1 4 pm

Teen Movie at the Washington Library

Screening of "Never Been Kissed," just in time for Valentine's Day.

Washington Irving Branch of LAPL, 4117 W Washington Blvd, West Adams

323/734-6303 ● lapl.org

Tue 2/1 4 pm

Rwanda at USC

"World Outside My Shoes: One Witness Remembers the Genocide in Rwanda" Carl Wilkens gives his personal account of what he witnessed & his inspiring call to action against bigotry & violence. RSVP online.

University Religious Center, USC

213/740-6026 ● usc.edu

Tue 2/1 4 - 5 pm

Poland at Pepperdine

Opening reception, featuring a lecture by author Louise Steinman, for the exhibit "Traces of Memory: A Contemporary Look at the Jewish Past in Poland.”

Payson Library, Pepperdine University, 24255 PCH, Malibu

310/506-6589 ● pepperdine.edu
Tue 2/1 6 pm

Art | Science at UCLA

"Amorphic Robot works" Artist Chico MacMurtrie talks about his highly awarded & frequently exhibited work.

Fowler Museum, UCLA

310/206-0686 ● artsci.ucla.edu
Tue 2/1 6 - 8 pm

Salon at the Marina Library

Gerry Fialka's Marshall McLuhan/Finnegans Wake Reading Club reads 2 pages of the book every month, & lets a free-wheeling discussion kick off from there.

Lloyd Taber Library, 4533 Admiralty Way, Marina Del Rey

310/821-3415 ● laughtears.com
Tue 2/1 7 pm

Ethnicity at Occidental

An evening with Robin DG Kelley, whose books include studies of Thelonious Monk, Alabama communists, culture wars, labor history, & Black literature, speaks on ethnicity in the past & present of the US.

Mosher 1, Occidental College, 1600 Campus Rd, Eagle Rock

323/259-3649 ● oxy.edu

Tue 2/1 7 pm

Pluto at Vroman's

Astronomer Mike Brown discusses "How I Killed Pluto & Why It Had It Coming."

Vroman's, 695 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena

626/449-5320 ● vromansbookstore.com

Tue 2/1 7 pm

Chinese Film at CalArts

Bérénice Reynaud gives a multi-media presentation on "Ruins in Recent Independent Chinese Cinema," with excerpts from several recent films.

Bijou Theater, CalArts, 24700 McBean Parkway, Valencia

661/253-7800 ● calarts.edu
Tue 2/1 7 pm

Humor at Book Soup

Cartoonist Nick Galifianakis discusses "If You Loved Me, You'd Think This Was Cute: Uncomfortably True Cartoons About You."

Book Soup, 8818 Sunset Blvd, West Hwd

310/659-3110 ● booksoup.com
Tue 2/1 7 pm

In-Store at Amoeba

Music from Baths, playing their electronic/pop/percussive synth mix.

Amoeba Music, 6400 Sunset, Hollywood

323/245-6400 ● amoebamusic.com
Tue 2/1 7 pm

Writers at the Hammer

New American Writing: Novelist & Aminatta Forna & short story writer Janice Shapiro read from & discuss their work.

UCLA Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire, Westwood

213/309-4322 ● hammer.ucla.edu
Tue 2/1 7:30 pm

Business at USC

Social Mashup! Learn from a panel of representatives from companies like Disney, KKi & Roozt.com about integrating business & social responsibility.

Hoffman Hall Room 302, USC

213/740-6786 ● usc.edu

Tue 2/1 7:30 pm

Travel Talk in Santa Monica

The SM Bay Audubon hosts Allan & Muriel Kotin presenting "Flora & Fauna of the Islands of the British Archipelago."

Ken Edwards Center, 1527 4th St, Santa Monica

310/392-6662 ● http://smbas.atspace.com

Tue 2/1 7:30 pm

Hot Rods at the Petersen

Curator Leslie Kendall & guest-researcher Tony Thacker lead a walkthrough of the exhibition "National Hot Rod Association: 60 Years of Thunder." Free w/admission.

Petersen Museum, 6060 Wilshire Blvd, Miracle Mile

323/964-6347 ● petersen.org
Tue 2/1 8 pm

Poetry in RB: John Schlegel + open reading

Coffee Cartel, 1820 S Catalina Ave, Redondo Beach

310/316-6554 ● redondopoets.com

Tue 2/1 9 pm (also 2/17)

Comedy at the Downtown Independent

Holy F*ck Comedy features LA's best stand-up comics slumming from their high-profile day jobs.

Downtown Independent, 251 S Main St, Downtown LA

213/617-1033 downtownindependent.com
Tue 2/1 9 pm

Poetry at the Cobalt: F. Douglas Brown + open reading

Cobalt Café, 22047 Sherman Way, Canoga Park

818/348-3789 ● poetrysuperhighway.com/cobalt

Groundhog Day
Wed 2/2 10 am

Painting at Rancho Sierra Vista

Bring art supplies & join fellow artists in painting Plein Air landscapes. Observers welcome.

Rancho Sierra Vista, Lynn Rd at Via Goleta, 1000 Oaks

805/583-8044 ● nps.gov/samo

Wed 2/2 12 noon

What Matters at USC

A discussion series encouraging reflection about values, beliefs, & motivation, this month led by Cinematic Arts professor Alessandro Ago.

Ground Zero Coffee House, USC

213/740-6110 ● usc.edu/whatmatters

Wed 2/2 12 noon

Concert at 1st Baptist Glendale

Music @ Noon presents Catherine Del Russo, Victor deAlmeida, & Galina Barskaya in a chamber music recital, featuring music by Charles Martin Loeffler. Lunch avail for purchase.

1st Baptist Church, 209 N Louise St, Glendale

818-242-2113 ● fbcglendale.net
Wed 2/2 12 noon

Gallery Talk at the Fowler

Culture Fix: Vodou Flag - Fowler curator Patrick Polk discusses a Vodou flag & the capacity of artistic creativity to powerfully encapsulate the tragedies & triumphs of the nation of Haiti.

Fowler Museum of Cultural History, UCLA

310/825-4169 ● fmch.ucla.edu
Wed 2/2 12 noon

Concert at Pasadena Presbyterian

A lunchtime concert from Evan Marshall on mandolin.

Pasadena Presb. Church, 585 E. Colorado Bl, Pasadena

626/793-2191 ● ppc.net
Wed 2/2 12 noon

Lunar New Year at CSULA

Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with hip-hop performer Rocky Rivera, popular dance crew Culture Shock LA, a traditional Lion Dance, games, red envelopes, & campus & community organizations.

U-SU Plaza, Cal State Univ, 5151 State University Dr, LA

323/343-5001 ● calstatela.edu
Wed 2/2 12 noon

Music Industry at USC

Market researcher & entrepreneur Eric Garland discusses the radical disruption of the music industry in the Internet age.

Social Sciences Building B40, USC

213/821-3015 ● usc.edu

Wed 2/2 12:30 pm

Mexico at USC

Mauricio Benitez discusses "Transitions from Discretion to Rules: Lessons from Mexico." RSVP online.

Social Sciences Building B40, USC

213/740-6026 ● usc.edu

Wed 2/2 12:30 pm

Concert at Occidental

Pianist Eugenie Russo plays music by Bach, Schoenberg, Berg, & Wellesz.

Bird Studio, Occidental College, 1600 Campus Rd, Eagle Rock

323/259-3649 ● oxy.edu
Wed 2/2 12:30 pm

Art Talk at the Hammer

A lunchtime chat focused on one artwork; today, Sol LeWitt's "Untitled" (1982).

UCLA Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire, Westwood

310/443-7000 ● hammer.ucla.edu
Wed 2/2 12:45 pm

Organ Recital at the Cathedral

A short organ demonstration from resident organist Samuel Soria or guests.

Our Lady of the Angels, 555 Temple, Downtown LA

213/680-5205 ● olacathedral.org
Wed 2/2 1 pm

Romantic Movies at PPL

"Sleepless in Seattle" (1993), with Meg Ryan & Tom Hanks.

Library, 285 E Walnut St, Pasadena

626/744-4052 ● ci.pasadena.ca.us/library
Wed 2/2 1 pm

Ethnomusicology at UCLA

The Nazir Ali Jairazbhoy Colloquium Series hosts Tanya Merchant, talking about her research.

Schoenberg Music Building, Room B544, UCLA

310/206-3033 ● ethnomusic.ucla.edu

Wed 2/2 3 pm

Concert at Loyola Marymount LA

"Mind & Spirit" Musicians from the Santa Cecilia Orchestra, conducted by Sonia Marie De Leon de Vega, bring classical music to the community.

Loyola Marymount, Doheny Campus, 10 Chester Place, West Adams

213/477-2500 ● msmc.la.edu

Wed 2/2 3:15 pm

Film at CSULA

The Pan African Student Resource Center screens the 2nd half of "The Color Purple."

U-SU, 2nd floor, Cal State Univ, 5151 State University Dr, LA

323/343-5001 ● calstatela.edu
Wed 2/2 4 pm

Chinese New Year at the Agoura Hills Library

Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit by joining in the magificent lion dance parade & learning the relaxing art of tai chi.

Library, 29901 Ladyface Court, Agoura Hills

818/889-2278 ● colapublib.org
Wed 2/2 4 pm

Family Film at the Burbank Library

Screening of "Shrek Forever After: The Final Chapter."

Central Library, 110 N Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank

818/238-5600 ● BurbankLibrary.com
Wed 2/2 4 pm

Reagan at the Reagan Library

Tom Brokaw moderates a panel discussing the biography & legacy of Ronald Reagan. Panelists include Douglas Brinkley, Governor Pete Wilson, Peggy Noonan & Lou Cannon. RSVP.

Reagan Library, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley

800/410-8354 ● reaganfoundation.org
Wed 2/2 4:30 pm

Artist Talk in Claremont

Claremont Grad University hosts a conversation with visiting artist Kim Dingle.

Albrecht Auditorium, 925 N Dartmouth St, Claremont

909/621-8612 ● cgu.edu/art

Wed 2/2 5:30 - 7:30 pm

Opening at CSUDH

Reception for the 10th Int'l Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition, with small works from 80 artists.

Gallery, CSU Dominguez Hills, 1000 E Victoria St, Carson

310/243-3696 ● http://cah.csudh.edu

Wed 2/2 6 pm

Spoken Word at Tia Chucha's

Storyteller BK Bomar presents “The Country,” about a small community of mostly relatives in the backwoods of Tennessee, where witchcraft, voodoo & supernatural events are part of everyday life.

Tia Chucha's, 13197 Gladstone Ave, Sylmar

818/528-4511 ● tiachucha.com
Wed 2/2 6 pm

Architecture Talk at USC

Jenny Wu, partner at the LA-based design firm Oyler Wu Collaborative, speaks on "Cumulative Processes/Intimate Understandings."

Gin D. Wong Auditorium, USC

213/740-2787 ● usc.edu
Wed 2/2 6:30 - 8:30 pm

Procession on Olvera Street

Fiesta De La Candelaria marks the end of the Christmas festivities, with a procession bringing Christ figures & elaborately dressed dolls to be blessed in the plaza, + music & refreshments.

El Pueblo Historical Monument, Olvera St, Downtown LA

213/485-8372 ● calleolvera.com
Wed 2/2 7 pm

Photography at SMPL

Meet renowned, award-winning photographer Daisy Gilardini & learn of her expeditions to the polar regions.

Main Library, 601 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica

310/458-8600 ● smpl.org
Wed 2/2 7 pm

Port at Vroman's

Bill Sharpsteen presents "The Docks," an eye-opening journey into the giant madhouse of the Port of LA."

Vroman's, 695 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena

626/449-5320 ● vromansbookstore.com

Wed 2/2 7 pm (also 3/3, 3/5, 3/6)

Moon Landings at the Observatory

Special talks to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Apollo flights. Tonight, "The Moon Landings: Hoax or No Hoax?" in 3D.

Griffith Observatory, Griffith Park

213/473-0800 ● griffithobservatory.org

Wed 2/2 7 pm

Film at Occidental

Roger Guenveur Smith screens & discusses his film "A Huey P. Newton Story," directed by Spike Lee.

Mosher 1, Occidental College, 1600 Campus Rd, Eagle Rock

323/259-3649 ● oxy.edu
Wed 2/2 7 pm


The Dept of Urban Studies & Planning presents scholar & author Joel Kotkin discussing "Does Los Angeles Have a Future?" RSVP.

Whitsett Room, SH 451, CSUN, 18111 Nordhoff, Northridge

818/677-2904 ● csun.edu
Wed 2/2 7 pm

In-Store at Amoeba

Music from Men, a Brooklyn-based band & art/performance collective that focuses on the energy of live performance & radical potential of dance music.

Amoeba Music, 6400 Sunset, Hollywood

323/245-6400 ● amoebamusic.com
Wed 2/2 7 pm

Gypsy Rose at Book Soup

Karen Abbott discusses "American Rose: A Nation Laid Bare: The Life & Times of Gypsy Rose Lee."

Book Soup, 8818 Sunset Blvd, West Hwd

310/659-3110 ● booksoup.com
Wed 2/2 7 pm

Literature at Occidental

Brazilian artist, composer, & theater director Octavio Camargo speaks on "Composition & Oral Poetry."

Clapp Library, Occidental College, 1600 Campus Rd, Eagle Rock

323/259-3649 ● oxy.edu

Wed 2/2 7 pm

Sustainability at SMPL

Green Living Workshop: Part 5 of 6 sessions on simple steps that preserve the environmentand save you money. RSVP online.

Main Library, 601 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica

310/458-8600 ● smpl.org

Wed 2/2 7 pm

Don Ed Hardy at Track 16

The tatoo artist talks about his life, work, & shack (now on exhibit), alongside a screening of Emiko Omori's documentary "Tattoo the World."

Track 16 Gallery, Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan, Santa Monica

310/264-4678 ● track16.com
Wed 2/2 7 pm

Movies at USC

SCA Alumni Screening Series screens Jeffrey Blitz's new feature "Lucky," followed by a Q&A with the the director, editor, & others. RSVP.

George Lucas Building 112, USC

213/740-2330 ● cinema.usc.edu
Wed 2/2 7 pm

Architecture Talk at SCI-Arc

"The Forms of Plenty" Hernan Diaz Alonso, principal of LA-based Xefirotarch, talks about his oft-published & exhibited work.

SCI-Arc, 960 E 3rd St, Downtown LA

213/613-2200 ● sciarc.edu
Wed 2/2 7 pm

Artist Talk at the Hammer

Charles Gaines, described as “one of the first, if not the first, African American, to work in the field of conceptual art,” talks about his work.

UCLA Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire, Westwood

213/309-4322 ● hammer.ucla.edu
Wed 2/2 7:30 pm

Nature Talk at Eaton Canyon

Felicia Williams discusses "Creating Great Places to Bike II: New York City, Copenhagen, Amsterdam" for a meeting of the Sierra Club.

Eaton Canyon Nature Center, 1750 N Altadena Dr, Pasadena

626/359-5278 ● angeles.sierraclub.org/pasadena

Wed 2/2 7:30 pm

Brazilian Film at UCLA

Screening of "Dzi Croquettes," the story of the Brazilian Theater group that through talent, irony & humor confronted the violent dictatorship in the 1970’s.

Melnitz/James Bridges Theater, UCLA

310/825-2101 ● tft.ucla.edu

Wed 2/2 7:30 pm

Gladiators at the Getty Villa

Classicist Garrett G Fagan speaks on "Watching the Fighters: The Roman Fascination with Gladiators." RSVP.

Getty Villa, 17985 PCH, Pacific Palisades

310/440-7300 ● getty.edu
Wed 2/2 8 pm

Recital at CalArts

Solo performances by Travis Kane & other student composers, with orchestra & chamber ensemble accompaniment.

Wild Beast, CalArts, 24700 McBean Parkway, Valencia

661/253-7800 ● calarts.edu
Wed 2/2 11 pm - 1 am

Lunar New Year in Chinatown

The community gathers to welcome good health, prosperity, & harmony for the “Year of the Tiger” with offerings to the deities, firecrackers to awaken the spirits, & incense to usher in good fortune

Chuan Thien Hau Temple, 750 N Yale St, Chinatown, Downtown LA

213/617-0396 ● chinatownla.com

Thu 2/3 8:30 am

Technology at the Crawford Forum

Scott McGregor, CEO of Broadcom, & Richard Waters, West Coast Editor for the Financial Times, discuss "Powering the Connected Era." RSVP.

Crawford Family Forum, 474 S Raymond Ave, Pasadena

626/583-5100 ● scpr.org

Thu 2/3 10 am

Movie at the Manhattan Beach Library

The Coffee & Classics Film Series screens "Prisoner of Zenda" (1937), with Ronald Coleman & Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.

Library, 1320 Highland Ave, Manhattan Beach

310/545-8595 ● colapublib.org

Thu 2/3 11:15 am

Don't Ask at USC

A panel of veterans & activists discuss implementation of the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" & screen the documentary "Patriots."

Montgomery Ross Fisher Building, USC

213/740-7619 ● usc.edu

Thu 2/3 12 noon (also 2/10, 2/17, 2/24)

Organ Recital at FCC

A short noontime concert on one of the world’s largest musical instruments.

1st Congregational Church, 540 S Commonwealth, Mid-Wilshire

213/385-1345 ● fccla.org
Thu 2/3 12 noon

Music at Lake Avenue Church

Goldline Noon Concerts presents chamber music; see website for artist. Lunch avail. for purchase.

Lake Ave Church, 393 N Lake, Pasadena

626/844-4700 ● lakeave.org
Thu 2/3 2 pm

Movies at the Montana Library

In Case You Missed It Film Series: "Leap Year," with Amy Adams & Matthew Goode.

Montana Branch of SMPL, 1704 Montana, Santa Monica

310/829-7081 ● smpl.org
Thu 2/3 2 pm

Movie at the NoHo Library

Screening of Spike Lee's "Malcolm X," with Denzel Washington & Angela Bassett, for Black History Month.

North Hollywood Branch of LAPL, 5211 Tujunga Ave, NH

818/766-7185 ● lapl.org
Thu 2/3 4 pm

Indians at USC

Walter Mignolo of Duke University delivers a lecture on Native Americans & colonial Latin America.

Social Sciences Bldg 250, USC

213/740-7619 ● usc.edu

Thu 2/3 4:15 pm

Author at Scripps College

Liza Bakewell reads & discusses her new book, "Madre: Perilous Journeys with a Spanish Noun."

Malott Commons, Scripps College, 1030 Columbia Ave, Claremont

909/607-9372 ● scrippscollege.edu

Thu 2/3 5 - 11 pm

Art Night at Pomona College

Art After Hours: View the current exhibitions & enjoy VOICES, a spoken word event.

Pomona College Museum of Art, 333 N. College Way, Claremont

909/621-8283 ● pomona.edu/museum
Thu 2/3 6 pm

Mosic at the Fowler

Fowler Out Loud: Latin acoustic fusion group Fusionando brings on their trademark hybrid musical flavor that reflects a diverse synthesis of Latin, jazz & rock rhythms.

Fowler Museum of Cultural History, UCLA

310/825-4169 ● fmch.ucla.edu
Thu 2/3 6 - 8 pm

Reception at the Fowler

Meet artist Allan deSouza & view his work in "His Masters' Tools: Recent Work by Allan deSouza."

Fowler Museum of Cultural History, UCLA

310/825-4169 ● fmch.ucla.edu
Thu 2/3 6 - 9 pm

First Thursday in San Pedro

Artists open their studios & galleries, stores & cafes stay open for after-hours shopping, plus live music, vendors & more.

4th St - 7th St, Old San Pedro

310/519-0936 ● 1stthursday.com
Thu 2/3 6 - 9 pm

Architecture at A+D Museum

Panel discussion upon the publication of "The Power of Pro Bono: A Conversation between Architects & Their Clients." RSVP.

A+D Museum, 6032 Wilshire Blvd, Miracle Mile

323/932-9393 ● http://aplusd.org

Thu 2/3 6 - 9 pm

Performance at LACE

Curator David P Earle & artists Starlee Kine, York Chang, & Eugenia Paz discuss the "Open Daybook" project, considering the curatorial process, an examination of time, & the unique artwork created for the project.

LA Contemporary Exhibitions, 6522 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood

323/957-1777 ● welcometolace.org

Thu 2/3 6:30 pm

Photography Talk at the Annenberg

Nature photographer Daisy Gilardini speaks on "Polar Wonders: Photographs from the Ends of the Earth." RSVP.

Annenberg Space for Photography, 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Century City

213/403-3000 ● annenbergspaceforphotography.org
Thu 2/3 6:30 pm

History at the Huntington

Many American paintings created during the Civil War & Reconstruction still resonate today. Margaret C Conrads explores how art helped negotiate the horrors of the war & the instability of the postwar era.

Friends’ Hall, Huntington Library, 1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino

626/405-2100 ● huntington.org
Thu 2/3 6:30 - 9 pm

Architecture in Century City

FORM Magazine celebrates the latest issue & the AIA/LA Design Awards with a panel discussion on inspiration with Mehrdad Yazdani, Benjamin Ball, Lorcan O'Herlihy, & Annie Chu. RSVP.

1901 Avenue of the Stars, Ste 175, Century City

818/956-5313 ● formmag.net
Thu 2/3 7 pm

Faith at Vroman's

James L. Kugel discusses "In the Valley of the Shadow: On the Foundations of Religious Belief."

Vroman's, 695 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena

626/449-5320 ● vromansbookstore.com
Thu 2/3 7 pm

Artist Talk at the Hammer

UCLA Dept of Art presents widely-exhibited, LA-based painter Laura Owens.

UCLA Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire, Westwood

310/825-0557 ● art.ucla.edu

Thu 2/3 7 pm

Hardcore at Book Soup

"Kids Of the Black Hole: How LA Hardcore Changed the World" Steven Blush, Keith Morris (Circle Jerks, OFF!), Tony Cadena (Adolescents), Lisa Fancher (Frontier Records) & punk photographer Edward Colver celebrate the new edition of "American Hardcore: A Tribal History."

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