Jan 202017
 

American Wrestlers- Give Up

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (1/19-1/22/17)-

Thursday

Marching Church (with Elias from Iceage) is playing with Bernardino Femminielli at The Echo

For the fifth iteration of Monument at MOCA Grand Ave, Visible Cloaks will be performing

Poet Amaranth Borsuk is reading from her work at Hammer Museum with a book signing to follow

Dear Nora are playing with Stephen Steinbrink, Tara Jane O’neil and friends, and Aaron M. Olson’s Musical Tracing Project at the Bootleg Theater

The Women’s Center for Creative Work is having free workshops exploring the creation of an artificial intelligence model and tonight is the first one of this year

Friday

American Wrestlers are playing at the Bootleg Theater with Kera and the Lesbians

MOCA is free on Inauguration Day and so is the Long Beach Museum of Art

LACMA is showing Edgar Arceneaux’s film Until, Until, Until…, “a cautionary yet uplifting tale of a courageous artist speaking truth to power at an inaugural ball for Ronald Reagan in 1981” with actor Ben Vereen performing in blackface. Free with a Q & A to follow with Arceneaux and guest speaker Roberto Vargas

Daedelus, Yacht and Yung Jake are performing at The Jerry Maguire Video Store

Lizzo is playing at the Echoplex with Dizzy Fae

Saturday

The Women’s March is taking place from Pershing Square to City Hall

It’s the second day of the Pancakes and Booze Art Show which has music, art and of course free pancakes ($10)

The Egyptian Theatre is showing the classic Western, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Dine L.A. continues with a chance to check out great restaurants with a discount

Sunday

UCLA is hosting a salon and discussion at Villa Aurora about the artists who lived and worked in LA before, during and after WWII (free with RSVP)

Permanent Records is hosting a showcase at The Jerry Maguire Video Store with Prettiest Eyes, Hit Bargain, and Rearranged Face

The Egyptian Theatre is showing another classic about the American West from Sergio Leone, Once Upon A Time in The West

Or you could check out LA Film Forum’s program at the Egyptian Theatre- Resistance Isn’t Futile: Films on the Occasion of a Presidential Inauguration with films by Straub-Huillet, Kelly Gallagher, Kevin Jerome Everson, Marco Kane Braunschweiler, Penelope Spheeris, Robert Fenz, Danny Lyon, and more

May 052016
 

Bleached- Wednesday Night Melody

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (5/5-5/8/16)-

Thursday

Bleached are playing at the Teragram Ballroom with NO PARENTS and Feels

Writer Lawrence Weschler will be speaking with painter Ramiro Gomez at the Hammer Museum

Beach Slang are headlining a show at the Troubadour

Juliana Barwick is playing at Highland Park Ebell with Mas Ysa

Friday

Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals are performing a free show at Amoeba Hollywood

There’s a Prince Tribute at City Hall (free)

Cinefamily is closing their Underground USA film festival with Richard Linklater’s debut film Slacker

Friday and Saturday

The Pancakes & Booze Art Show returns to Los Angeles- $5 gets you free pancakes, along with art, musical performances and more

Friday through Sunday

Hammer Museum along with The Institute for Art and Olfaction and Luckyscent/Scent Bar is hosting the AIX Scent Fair with workshops and panels and a party on Saturday hosted by Zackary Drucker (free)

Saturday

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) is having Feminism 4.0, a panel discussion and launch party for Artillery’s May/June Photography Issue (free)

Grand Park is having Downtown Bookfest with performances, readings, activities and pop up bookshops

Big Freedia, aka The Queen of Bounce, is performing at The Regent

Saturday and Sunday

Echo Park Craft Fair returns to Mack Sennett Studios with high quality local vendors ($10)

RuPaul’s DragCon is at the LA Convention Center with celebrity guests, contestants from Drag Race, panel discussions, and more

Sunday

The Egyptian Theatre is having a double feature for Mother’s Day of Rosemary’s Baby and David Cronenberg’s The Brood