Dec 012016
 

Paul Bergmann- Ocean Song

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (12/1-12/4/16)-

Thursday

For MOCA Grand Ave’s Artists on Artists series, Mayo Thompson will be discussing the work of R.H.Quaytman (free)

For World AIDS Day, David France, author of How to Survive a Plague (and creator of the documentary of the same name) will be speaking with physician activist Dr. Mark H. Katz and LGBT activist Tony Valenzuela at the Central Library (free with RSVP)

The band HUNNY is hosting a night of music at the Echoplex that includes Melissa Brooks & The Aquadolls, Wax Idols, Private Island, Kid Bloom, Shaking Hands and more

Lee Fields and The Expressions are playing with Lady Wray at the El Rey Theatre

Friday

It’s Paul Bergmann’s last show in LA and he’s having a musical going away party with Media Jeweler, Sapierre, and Traps PS at Non Plus Ultra

Film Noir at Union Station continues with a free screening of Too Late For Tears

Colleen Green is performing a free show (with RSVP) for the Shrine book release at Junior High 

The Besnard Lakes are playing at The Echo with Nightjacket and Brass Box

Saturday

The Annenberg Space for Photography is hosting Work It, Girl: Female Illustrators Panel with Ann Shen, Emily McDowell and Kate Bingaman-Burt. ($12) Bingaman-Burt is also having a day-long workshop on creating content for small press publications which includes tickets to the later lecture ($45)

Machine Project is hosting a free event with LA Cryptoparty titled Modern Hellscapes: How to Resist a Trumpling at which the basics of cyber security will be discussed. Also free beer!

Haley Bonar is playing with Night Moves at Resident

Pieter Gallery is hosting Making Art During Fascism a free community building event at which attendees will also be given a free instructional guide

Jay Som is playing at The Echo with Los Angeles Police Department

Mr Little Jeans is at the Teragram Ballroom

Sunday

Barnsdall Art Center is having its annual Holiday Art Sale and Fundraiser (free)

Filmmaker Arthur Jafa will be in conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist at LACMA (free)

Body Language are playing at The Echo with SUMif and Mothlight

Kristin Hersh is playing at The Echoplex

Sep 012016
 

Night Beats- Power Child

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (9/1-9/4/16)-

Thursday

Night Beats are playing at the Echoplex with C.G. Roxanne and the Nightmares, Vanilla, and L.A. Witch

Matthias Müller’s Home Stories and Ida Lupino’s The Bigamist are being shown this week as part of The Broad’s film series Doll Parts ($12 includes night access to the full museum)

Get creative for CraftNight: Recycled Puppet Making Workshop with Invertigo Dance Theatre at the Craft & Folk Art Museum ($8 includes materials, drinks and snacks)

LACMA is having a free screening of Kicks, writer/director Justin Tipping’s debut film, with the director and actors discussing the film afterwords

Unknown Mortal Orchestra are playing a free concert at the Santa Monica Pier with Steady Holiday

Friday

Film composer John Williams (of Star Wars fame) returns to the Hollywood Bowl to conduct music from various films with a selection of clips projected on the big screen (also Saturday and Sunday)

The LA County Fair returns to the Fairplex in Pomona and runs until the end of the month

Dance Downtown is at the Music Center- this time with a disco theme (free)

Saturday

Cinespia is showing Alfred Hitchock’s The Birds at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Cinefamily is showing the David Bowie concert film Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars in Barnsdall Art Park

Melissa Brooks & The Aquadolls are headlining a show at The Echo

Love The Lord of the Rings Trilogy? You can see them all, in their extended versions, for $15 at the Aero Theatre today from 1pm

Fiesta Hermosa, billed as the “Largest Arts & Crafts Fair in Southern California”, returns to Hermosa Beach for the weekend (including Monday)

Sunday

Mykki Blanco is headlining a show at Union Nightclub

Cinespia is showing True Romance at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

It’s the last night of the last weekend to see free Shakespeare (The Tempest) in Griffith Park

L.A. Drones are part of the electronic band lineup for the last night of Complex’s three night concert series Manufactured in Los Angeles

Sex Stains are having an album release party at The Echo with The Side Eyes and Egrets on Ergot

 

 

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