Nov 162017
 

Nilüfer Yanya- Baby Luv

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (11/16-11/19/17)-

Thursday

British singer Nilüfer Yanya is playing The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever with Monogem opening

Array @The Broad is screening the film Daughters of The Dust at The Theatre at the Ace Hotel with a conversation to follow with directors Julie Dash and Ava DuVernay

Writer and artist Marisela Norte will be giving a walk-through of Hammer Museum’s Radical Women exhibition (free)

Tennis are playing at the Fonda Theatre with Wild Ones

Hauser & Wirth are screening German artist Andy Hope 1930’s Vertical Horizon (free but register)

There are still tickets available for Metronomy’s early (6pm) show at The Regent Theater

Beach Slang are playing at the Echoplex with Dave Hause and The Mermaid and See Through Dresses opening

Friday

The Underachievers are playing a $10 show with Warm Brew and Injury Reserve at The Novo

Surf Rock Is Dead and Sarah Chernoff are opening for Shout Out Louds at the El Rey Theatre

LA Zoo Lights, the annual holiday celebration at the zoo in Griffith Park, begins tonight and runs through 1/7

Curls are playing with Hibou and Suncruiser at the Moroccan Lounge

There are still a few tickets left for a midnight screening of Pulp Fiction at Tarantino’s New Beverly Cinema

Egrets on Ergot, Bastidas!, and Sister Mantos are playing a Solidarity with Mariachis’ Rent Strike Benefit Show at The Smell

Saturday

REDCAT is hosting an all day Symposium on Mike Kelley’s Kandors, currently on view at Hauser & Wirth (free but ticketed)

The Great Los Angeles Walk returns for its annual cross city trek, this time taking Beverly Boulevard (free)

Jackalope Art and Craft Fair returns to its outdoor Pasadena location (also Sunday)

Vulture Festival LA is bringing numerous celebrities to the Hollywood Roosevelt for ticketed events including Issa Rae, Jill Soloway in conversation with Lena Waithe and more

Gary Numan is playing at the Teragram Ballroom with Me Not You opening

Daedelus, Mono/Poly and Free The Robots are playing a show at Union Nightclub

Sunday

Pasadena’s wacky annual Doo Dah Parade returns with after parties to follow (free)

Window dresser, cultural critic, author, and creative ambassador-at-large for Barneys New York, Simon Doonan, will be discussing Mundo Meza in conjunction with MOCA’s exhibition Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A., at the West Hollywood Council Chambers

Baio and Teen Daze are playing an early show at Zebulon

Ibeyi are performing with TheMind at The Theatre at the Ace Hotel

Tony Molina, Faith Healer, Toner, and Cecil Frena are playing at The Smell

Jun 012017
 

Two Sheds- You Get To Me

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (6/1-6/4/17)-

Thursday

Both MOCA locations are free from 5-8pm tonight. At MOCA Grand Avenue there will be a discussion of the influx of art galleries and artist run spaces in Boyle Heights and adjacent areas, with artist collective Ultra-red, Leslie Berestein Rojas- KPCC’s immigration and emerging communities reporter, and Eric Avila, urban cultural historian and professor of Chicano Studies and Urban Planning at UCLA.

Springtime Carnivore are playing at the Bootleg Theater with Cones and BUZZY

As part of the Tip of Her Tongue series, The Broad is hosting Alexandro Segades’ multimedia theater performance Future St., described as “a science fiction saga about corporate boy bands and holographic newscasters crowd controlling a society of clones” and explores “desire, surveillance, and the sinister forces of normalization”. ($25, also a performance on Friday)

Mount Kimbie are playing at the El Rey Theatre

Flint Eastwood is opening for FLETCHER at The Echo

Durand Jones & The Indications are playing at Resident

Friday

Two Sheds are opening for Blake Hazard (of The Submarines) at Resident

Pasadena Museum of California Art is having an extended free Friday to celebrate its 15th birthday with events throughout the day and evening including readings from authors from the Red Hen Press, spotlight talks, and on the third floor terrace The Astral Plane will be DJ’ing and there will be complimentary drinks and snacks provided

Happyness are playing at the Bootleg Theater with BOYO

Friday and Saturday

i3 Arts Fest is taking place at three locations downtown tonight and tomorrow. Interaction Park is taking place in Grand Park and will have large scale interactive art installations and live music that includes The Gaslamp Killer and Mike G from Odd Future (free). Immersion Square at Pershing Square is Saturday’s ticketed event with DJs and art cars ($40 advanced tickets), and Innovation Plaza at Grand Performances on Friday and Saturday will have a free performance by William Close and the Earth Harp Collective. (The Earth Harp is the world’s longest stringed musical instrument)

Saturday

At the REDCAT Gallery, filmmaker Khadim Dai will be presenting a selection of his videos and discussing his approach to documenting the refugee journey and his daily life (he has been a refugee for most of his life, first escaping Afghanistan due to persecution by the Taliban as a member of the Hazara minority). The presentation is part of  It is obvious from the map, REDCAT’s current exhibit (closing 6/4) that “examines the role of maps and map-making in the movements of large numbers of people from the conflict zones of the Middle East and Africa toward Europe”. The exhibit includes work from Djordje Balmazovic from Škart collective who, together with the NGO Grupa 484, have been making maps in collaboration with migrants in refugee camps across Serbia, retracing their westbound journeys (*note-I just recently saw some of these at Baltic Center for Contemporary Art in Newcastle, UK and they are engrossing)

Artist Pippa Garner will be in conversation with writer/curator Laura Fried at Redling Fine Art with a short performance to follow

At The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Dog Star 13 (part of The Dog Star Orchestra experimental music festival) will be having a concert (free with museum admission)

Soundpedro is having a free “ear-oriented multi-sensory event” at Angels Gate Cultural Center

KCRW’s Summer Nights starts this weekend with Chico Mann and Captain Planet performing for free in the One Colorado courtyard

Avi Buffalo is playing with Dante Elephante and Rufrano at The Echo

Sunday

As part of The Dog Star Orchestra experimental music festival, artist $3.33 (Celia Hollander) will be performing Air Out at Bowtie Project. It features three performers in three parked cars using car stereos and a mobile audience to “adapt an iconic symbol of isolation as a form to explore openness, harmony, and synchronicity” ($5)

Los Angeles Film Forum is hosting The Site of Memory: Enframed Histories as Ritual at The Egyptian Theater, “a cursory look at Black women film and video artists from or working in Southern California” with filmmakers dana washington and Suné Woods, and curators Jheanelle Brown and Darol Olu Kae present to discuss the work

Elvis Costello and The Imposters are playing at The Greek Theatre

Tigers Jaw, Saintseneca, and Smidley are playing at The Regent Theater

Dead Soft are opening for Goon at The Hi Hat

 

 

Jan 262017
 

Dustin Lovelis- Off The Rails

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (1/26-1/29/17)-

Thursday

LA band The Regrettes are playing a free show at Amoeba Records in Hollywood

Bergamot Station is hosting The Night of Ideas, ” a 7-hour marathon of debates, live performances, readings, art installations, screenings and music”  that  explore the idea of utopias (free with registration)

As part of The Broad’s program The Un-Private Collection, musician and art collector, Flea, will be speaking with artist Thomas Houseago (who has work in The Broad’s current exhibition Creature) at The Theatre at Ace Hotel

There are still tickets available to see photographer Candace Feit discuss her work with the transgender community in India at the Annenberg Space for Photography (free with registration)

Seratones are playing with Communist Daughter and Ever So Android at The Echo

Friday

Blum & Poe is hosting Poetry & Piano, an evening with music from Donal Fox and readings by Will Alexander, Tisa Bryant and Robin Coste Lewis in conjunction with Sam Durant’s exhibition at the gallery ($10 suggested donation with all proceeds going to Planned Parenthood)

Cayetana are opening for Mikey Erg and Lemuria at The Echo

Bootleg Theater is hosting Girlschool 2017, a 100% women-led music festival with bands that include Deap Vally, The Bird and the Bee, The Regrettes, Winter, and more playing, DJ’ing, and speaking over three nights ($16 per night or $45 for 3 days)

Peach Kelli Pop, SadGirl, and The Paranoyds are playing a benefit at Music Tastes Good in Long Beach

No Age are playing at Non Plus Ultra with Drug Apts

Saturday

My favorite of the LA art fairs, stARTup Art Fair returns to the Highland Gardens Hotel (opening on Friday and closing Sunday). The programming is worth looking into and last year each of the independent artists took over one of the unique hotel rooms and turned it into a temporary gallery  (discounts on Goldstar and Groupon)

Night on Broadway returns to celebrate the history of the famous downtown LA street, with music and performances both on the street and in the historic theaters, all free

Art Los Angeles Contemporary continues at The Barker Hangar (also Friday and Sunday- discounts on Goldstar)

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls are playing at The Wiltern

Sunday

Dustin Lovelis is opening for Prism Tats at The Hi Hat

The big Museum Free-For-All is on with museums that include LACMA, the Craft & Folk Art Museum, Descanso Gardens, MOCA, and more

REDCAT is screening the documentary The Murder of Fred Hampton: The Struggle Continues by Howard Alk and Michael Gray, with a panel discussion to follow with artist Sam Durant, activist and educator Ericka Huggins and UCLA scholar Robin Kelley

If you missed No Age on Friday you can see them in Long Beach at The Federal Underground

’80s band Gene Loves Jezebel are playing at The Echo with Fatal Jamz

Aug 042016
 

Dilated Peoples- Show Me The Way ft. Aloe Blacc

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (8/4-8/7/16)-

Thursday

Dilated Peoples and The Visionaries are playing The Official 2Mex Benefit Show at The Regent Theater

Tickets are still available for the Iris Nights Lecture Series at the Annenberg Space for Photography with Heather McClintock and Colin Finlay (free)

Artist Wu Tsang will be discussing filmmaker and writer Hito Steyerl for MOCA’s Artists on Artists series (free)

The Theatre at the Ace Hotel is screening Toro y Moi: Live From Trona with a Q &A afterwards and an after party with a Toro y Moi DJ set

Natalia Lafourcade is playing a free show at the Santa Monica Pier with Monsieur Periné

For The Broad’s film series Doll Parts, there will be a screening of Paul McCarthy’s Cultural Soup and David Schmoeller’s Tourist Trap ($12 ticket also includes entrance to the Cindy Sherman exhibition)

Mother Feather are playing a free show at the Bootleg Theater

Thursday- Saturday

It’s the final weekend of the New Original Works Festival 2016 at REDCAT

Friday

For its 50th anniversary, Ford Theatres will be screening Tiempo de Morir, based on Gabriel García Márquez’s short story, which was adapted by Carlos Fuentes and Márquez for film.  Film director Rodrigo García, Márquez’s son, will be discussing it with the co-founder of Libros Schmibros, David Kipen. before the screening. ($18)

Brew at the L.A. Zoo combines live music, DJ’s, and craft beer with pop up keeper talks and “close up animal encounters” ($65 includes beer samples)

HAELOS are playing at the Teragram Ballroom with Golden Daze

Saturday

Blitzen Trapper are playing opening for Kansas as part of Pershing Square’s free concert series

Theater director Peter Sellars will be in conversation with Gronk at CAFAM

Proud + Outfest Movie Night in Grand Park is a free outdoor movie (Moulin Rouge!) and live music event

Tijuana Panthers are playing at the Teragram Ballroom with The Buttertones

Details are still limited but so far Audacity and No Age will be among the bands playing Save The Smell Fest, an event to raise money for the venue. Tickets are $25 but the location is still unknown (although it will probably be downtown)

Sunday

Sufjan Stevens is playing along with Kurt Vile and the Violators and Ibeyi at the Hollywood Bowl

DTLA Proud Festival has performances, parties, a pop-up water park and more to celebrate the revitalization of DTLA and the growing LGBT community ($10)

The Rock ‘N ‘Roll Flea Market returns to the Regent Theater (free)

Apr 282016
 

Deap Vally- Bad For My Body

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (4/28-5/1/16)-

Thursday

If you can get on line or know someone who can you might be able to get $30 tickets to see Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at the Troubadour

MOCA Grand Ave is free tonight and is also having a panel discussion presented with Zocalo Public Square tonight titled Were the ’90s L.A.’s Golden Age?

Also in the area, REDCAT is having a free screening of student work from the CalArts School of Film/Video (on Friday and Saturday evening as well)

Iggy Pop is playing at The Greek Theatre with the lineup from his new album, Post Pop Depression, that includes Josh Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen and Dean Fertita(Queens of the Stone Age), Matt Helders (Arctic Monkeys) and Matt Sweeney

Friday

The LA Dodgers are playing the San Diego Padres and there will be fireworks

Melissa Brooks and The Aquadolls are playing at the Teragram Ballroom with Summer Twins, So Many Wizards, and Jurassic Shark

Friday through Sunday

Photo Independent returns to Raleigh Studios with lots of good programming in addition to the exhibitors. ($15 or discounted tickets on Goldstar)

Saturday

The Regent Theater is having Dance in A Panic, a monthly “British Style Rock N’ Roll dance party”. For this one, Deap Vally, Le Butcherettes & KAV will be performing and Andy Rourke of The Smiths will DJ

Eternal, an exhibition of artist Tina St Clair’s (tfail) final works, opens at 1621 N. Cahuenga Blvd from 7-11pm

De La Soul are headlining Rhyme Fest at the Belasco Theatre

The West Hollywood Design District and Parachute Market are having their first outdoor marketplace called A Street Af(fair)

The Night Sea are performing a “sonic and visual experience” at The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever (free with RSVP)

Atlas Genius are playing at the El Rey Theatre with Skylar Grey and The Young Wild

Saturday and Sunday

Jackalope Art and Craft Fair returns to Pasadena (free)

Sunday

HOLYCHILD, Reggie Watts, Theophilus London, Mayer Hawthorne, and Fortpolio are all performing at the Teragram Ballroom for Berniebash, with all proceeds going to the Bernie Sanders campaign

The Rock ‘N’ Roll Flea Market is back at The Regent Theater

 

 

Dec 172015
 

Vince Staples- Señorita

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (12/17-12/20/15)-

Thursday

Thee Oh Sees, Fuzz, and WAND are playing A Holiday Homeless Charity Event at Teragram Ballroom with proceeds going to LA Kitchen. It’s sold out, but there are always ways to find tix.

The Center for the Arts at Eagle Rock is hosting The Winter Solstice Sound Bath, which “offers audience members the opportunity to achieve a deep meditative state through the experience of pure sound” ($25)

For some different, less meditative sounds, EDM DJ Dillon Francis is at The Shrine with T-Pain, Valentino Khan, Anna Lunoe & Neo Fresco (or see him Friday with ILoveMakonnen)

Friday

Vince Staples is worth taking a trip to Santa Ana for, where he’ll be playing at The Observatory

At the Los Angeles Contemporary Archive (LACA) gallery they are having the opening for the exhibit Molybdomancy followed by a Holiday Party with Night Gallery which will have performances, DJs, and hot cider

Get in the holiday spirit with The Music Center’s free outdoor Holiday Sing-along (tickets are distributed to the line at 6pm)

J Fernandez is playing at the Bootleg Theater

Can’t get enough of Star Wars?- you can participate in Light Saber Battle LA 2015 in Pershing Square (if you have one- they have sold out) or just check it out (free)

Fishbone are playing at The Roxy

Pity Sex are at The Echo with Colleen Green and Eskimeaux

Friday and Saturday

At REDCAT, The Sharon Disney Lund School of Dance at CalArts is having its annual Winter Dance Concert

Saturday

Artists Risk and Axis are live painting from 3-5pm at Buckshot Gallery

Moving Units are playing at The Roxy

The Aero Theatre in Santa Monica has a holiday double feature showing of Elf and Bad Santa

The Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood is showing National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and Scrooged as its double feature

The Bots are at The Echo with Buttertones and Thee Commons

Sunday

Dan Harmon and Jeff B. Davis are hosting Harmontown at Nerdmelt in Hollywood

The Aero Theatre and the Egyptian Theatre are both showing holiday classic It’s a Wonderful Life

All weekend

Check out the recreation of Seinfeld’s apartment on Melrose from 10am- 7pm (free)

Jul 302015
 

Ben Browning- Friends of Mine

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (7/30-8/2/15)-

Thursday

Wye Oak are playing at Club Bahia- http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=5945525

REDCAT’s New Original Works Festival begins tonight (running through Aug 15)- http://www.redcat.org/festival/new-original-works-festival-2015

Tom Of Finland: Up Close and Personal, a discussion with Durk Dehner (President, Tom of Finland Foundation), Dian
Hanson (Editor, TASCHEN’s Tom of Finland XXL), F. Valentine Hooven III
(Author, Tom of Finland: Life and Work of a Gay Hero) and moderated by
Joakim Andreasson is happening downtown at Austere- http://byhenzel.com/exhibition/tom-of-finland-up-close-and-personal/

The Suffers are the headliners for this week’s Summer of Soul concert series at the Hammer Museum (free)- http://hammer.ucla.edu/programs-events/2015/07/summer-of-soul-the-suffers-jungle-fire-kcrw-dj-garth-trinidad/

Baths is playing at the Echoplex with Wrestlers and OOFJ as part of Red Bull Sound Select- RSVP and it’s $3- http://www.theecho.com/event/897445-red-bull-sound-select-baths-los-angeles/

Friday

Ben Browning (of Cut Copy) will be performing songs from his new solo project at the Regent Theater along with Moullinex, L.A.Girlfriend, Deep Chills, and Maikol- http://www.theregenttheater.com/event/864965-moullinex-ben-browning-cut-los-angeles/

Opening today and running this weekend and next is CA 101 2015 an artist exhibition taking place at the historic AES Power Plant in Redondo Beach- https://www.facebook.com/events/725293150926871/

Porcelain Raft and Tennis System are at the Echo- http://www.theecho.com/event/856067-porcelain-raft-los-angeles/

Saturday

Wet Hot American Summer is the outdoor movie at The Autry this week- https://theautry.org/programs/film/wet-hot-american-summer-on-the-autry-lawn

Or you could see Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark at the Electric Dusk Drive-In downtown (only lawn seating available)- https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/778441

OR Hollywood Forever Cemetery is showing Apocalypse Now (which has a Harrison Ford cameo)- http://cinespia.org/event/apocalypse-now/

Grand Performances has Rocky Dawuni and Blitz the Ambassador in concert- http://www.grandperformances.org/more_info.php?show_id=271

Sunday

Artist Mark Bradford and law professor Anita Hill will be discussing “feminism as a gateway to activism and social justice, and their interdisciplinary methods for speaking truth to power” at the Hammer Museum (free)- http://hammer.ucla.edu/programs-events/2015/08/mark-bradford-anita-hill/

Rock ‘N’ Roll Flea Market is on at the Regent Theater- http://www.theregenttheater.com/event/747461-rock-n-roll-flea-market-los-angeles/

Or you could check out the flea market at Pasadena City College which has a little bit of everything- http://www.pasadena.edu/fleamarket/market_info.cfm

*This weekend Much Ado About Nothing opens at the Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival and it’s set in Italy in 1945- http://www.iscla.org/griffith-park-festival/

May 142015
 

Ex Hex- Don’t Wanna Lose

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (5/14-5/17)-

Thursday

Corners are playing the Echoplex with Tropical Popsicle- http://www.theecho.com/event/815597-corners-homecoming-show-los-angeles/

Or you could check out Woods at the Echo- http://www.theecho.com/event/817153-woods-los-angeles/

Cinefamily is showing John Waters’ film Desperate Living with Mink Stole in attendance to introduce- http://www.cinefamily.org/films/peep-show/#desperate-living-mink-stole-in-person

Hammer Museum is showing the film The River Ran Red about the search for survivors of the Armenian genocide- http://hammer.ucla.edu/programs-events/2015/05/the-river-ran-red/

Downtown Artwalk is on- https://www.facebook.com/downtownartwalk and afterwards you could listen to CalArts MFA writing grads read from their work at REDCAT (free)- http://www.redcat.org/event/calarts-writers-showcase-next-words

Friday

Ex Hex are at the Roxy with The Shivas- http://www.theroxy.com/event/739521-ex-hex-west-hollywood/

LA Live’s Dark Nights event includes live entertainment, street artists, and discounts on food, drink, and this time the Grammy Museum- http://www.lalive.com/events/la-live/detail/dark-nights-at-la-live-150515

Fartbarf are playing El Cid- http://www.elcidla.com/event/844019-fartbarf-frogtown-occult-los-angeles/

UK band Fat White Family are at the Troubadour- http://www.troubadour.com/event/795433-fat-white-family-los-angeles/

Saturday

Cathedrals are playing as part of the Getty Center’s free music night Saturdays off the 405http://www.getty.edu/visit/cal/events/ev_453.html

The Beverly Hills Art Show is back and is a nice way to see art work while enjoying the day in Beverly Gardens Park (also Sunday)- http://www.beverlyhills.org/exploring/beverlyhillsartshow/artshowinformation/web.jsp?NFR=1

Sewing Rebellion is having a free sewing workshop at Thank You For Coming in Atwater- http://www.thankyouforcoming.la/2015/05/sewing-rebellion-presents-kitchen-stitchn-at-tyfc/

Sunday

Once a year Museums of the Arroyo Day gives free admission to Heritage Square, The Gamble House, The Autry, Lummis Home, The LA Police Museum, and the Pasadena Museum of History from noon-5pm- http://www.museumsofthearroyo.com/

Complex in Glendale is having an afternoon/evening BBQ Synth Party with a list of bands including Cold Showers- https://www.facebook.com/events/1567046106896209

Mar 262015
 

Slutever- White Flag

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (3/26-3/29)-

Thursday

Substrate Gallery presents Factory of Light– a screening for House of Light’s new music video with performances by the band and other musical guests. $10 entrance gets you a pop art print and complimentary beer and wine- https://www.facebook.com/events/363190723873716/

Pete Rock and Slum Village are playing at the Echo- http://www.theecho.com/event/765543-pete-rock-slum-village-los-angeles/

Grand Central Market is having Game Night until 9pm with classic and new games- http://www.grandcentralmarket.com/events/317/game-night-at-grand-central-market

Thursday- Sunday

Zoe Scofield’s dance collaboration with visual artist Juniper Shuey, BeginAgain is at REDCAT. Scofield is also having a dance workshop on Saturday- http://www.redcat.org/event/zoe-juniper-beginagain

Friday

Roky Erickson (of 60′s band The Thirteenth Floor Elevators) & The Hounds of Baskerville are at the Roxy- http://www.theroxy.com/event/741269-roky-erickson-hounds-west-hollywood/

Terry Malts is playing at The Smell with Wild Moth- http://www.thesmell.org/

Saturday

Robert Williams will be signing his book at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery in Barnsdall Park- http://www.lamag.org/

Bernhard Willhelm will be guiding tours and discussing his exhibit at MOCA Pacific Design Center- RSVP here (free)- http://sites.moca.org/the-curve/art-talk-bernhard-willhelm/

For Panache Spring Fling there are several bands playing at the Echo including Jacco Gardner, Dream Boys, Happyness, and a “secret guest”- http://www.theecho.com/event/778403-panache-spring-fling-secret-los-angeles/

Electric Dusk Drive-In downtown is showing Mean Girls- https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/715377

Saturday and Sunday

Burgerama is Burger Records’ two day festival at the Observatory in Santa Ana and the lineup is incredible- Ty Segall, Fidlar, Thee Oh Sees, Weezer, Ariel Pink, Cherry Glazerr, Black Lips, Roky Erickson, Tobacco, Bone Thugs and Harmony, White Fence and many, many, many more- $47.50 for one day or $90 for two- it’s well worth it to see all these great bands- http://www.observatoryoc.com/event/Burgerama-4-Day-One

Sunday

Slutever are one of four bands opening for Pile at Los Globos ($8) – http://www.clublosglobos.com/event/804359-pile-los-angeles/

Connected Fashion Festival Pop Up is at Hotel Figueroa’s pool downtown and is a combination shopping event and boozy brunch ($30 brunch +bottomless mimosas)- http://www.connectedfest.com/

Mar 052015
 

Eleanor Friedberger- Stare at the Sun

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (3/5-3/8)-

Thursday

Eleanor Friedberger (of The Fiery Furnaces) is playing at the Echo- http://www.theecho.com/event/764729-eleanor-friedberger-fiery-los-angeles/

MOCA Grand Ave along with REDCAT is co-presenting a lecture with curator Raimundas Malašauskas- http://sites.moca.org/the-curve/2012/02/23/curators-lecture-series-raimundas-malasauskas/

Director Jim McBride (Breathless, The Big Easy) will be in conversation with Peter Markham at Veggie Cloud in Highland Park after a screening of his 1967 film David Holzman’s Diaryhttp://cargocollective.com/veggiecloud/

Friday

Viet Cong are playing a sold out show at the Echo but there may be some tix at the door- http://www.theecho.com/event/726185-viet-cong-los-angeles/

Canadian band Stars are at the Fonda with Leisure Cruise- http://www.fondatheatre.com/events/detail/254267

First Friday at the Natural History Museum has JMSN and starRo performing- http://www.nhm.org/site/activities-programs/first-fridays/march-2015

Marco Benevento is playing at the Bootleg Theater- http://foldsilverlake.com/event.cfm?id=183350&cart

Friday and Saturday

REDCAT is premiering Thom Anderson’s (who also made Los Angeles Plays Itself) newest essay film The Thoughts That We Once Hadhttp://www.redcat.org/event/thom-andersen-thoughts-once-we-had

Saturday

The group show Paper Cut opens at Subliminal Projects and the cut paper related works look pretty incredible on the website (RSVP required)- http://subliminalprojects.com/exhibition/paper-cut/

Sunday

Farrah Karapetian and Zoe Crosher are among the artists who will be discussing photography for week one of Remembering Forward: Conversations on Photography at LAXART’s new space in Hollywood- for the full list and to RSVP- http://laxart.org/events/view/remembering-forward-conversations-on-photography/#images

It should be good weather for the Rose Bowl Flea Market this Sunday- http://rgcshows.com/rosebowl.aspx

All weekend

PaleyFest Los Angeles runs through 3/15 and gives fans a chance to see the casts of popular tv shows discuss them live at the Paley Center. This weekend’s lineup includes Homeland (3/6), A Salute to Comedy Central (3/7), The Good Wife (3/7), Girls (3/8) and Scandal (3/8). More info here- http://media.paleycenter.org/paleyfest-la-2015