Apr 182019
 

Wand- Bee Karma

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (4/18-4/21/19)-

Thursday

Miami based artist Jamilah Sabur joins Los Angeles based artist Michael Queenland in conversation at the Hammer Museum in conjunction with her Hammer Projects exhibition.

UCLA Film & Television Archive and Vidiots are having a special screening of Heathers at The Theatre at Ace Hotel with a post screening conversation with director Michael Lehmann, screenwriter Daniel Waters, and co-star, Lisanne Falk aka Heather McNamara

Randy Randall of No Age will be at Zebulon to perform Sound Volume One, a series of soundscapes inspired by the westward path of the I-10 through Southern California, from downtown LA to Santa Monica. It will be accompanied by an immersive multi-room audio visual installation done in collaboration with visual artist Aaron Farley.

The Egyptian Theatre is showing The Juniper Tree, which stars Björk in her first screen performance

 

Friday

Wand are playing at the Echoplex with Sun Araw and Automatic opening

Omara Portuondo (Buena Vista Social Club) will be performing at The Regent Theater

Lebowski Fest’s Movie and Music Party is happening at The Wiltern with a screening of The Big Lebowski and performances by Jeff Bridges & The Abiders and Trainwreck featuring Kyle Gass of Tenacious D

Superorganism are playing at The Roxy Theatre with Simpson opening

Odd Nights returns to The Autry for its monthly event with evening access to the galleries, food trucks, a market, live music and more ($5)

Rosey Dust is having a record release party at the Monty Bar with Justus Proffit also performing

Antarctigo Vespucci and Pllush are opening for AJJ at the Troubadour

 

Saturday

Fanclub and Prism Tats are playing a free (but RSVP) show at Gold Diggers

There are a few free entrance days a year for the National Parks and today is one of them. It’s also National Park Week with events in several parks.

Zebulon is hosting Sensorium-Sonic Integration and Elevated Sensory Experience, which includes a modular sound bath, tarot readings, and a company giving out CBD samples

For the launch of the book The Los Angeles Tapes: Alan Solomon’s Interviews with Kauffman, Bell, Turrell, and Irwin, Hauser and Wirth will be hosting a conversation between artist Larry Bell and the book’s editor, Matthew Simms (free but RSVP)

Olvera Street’s annual Blessing of The Animals, an event that has taken place since its founding in 1930, starts at 2pm

Shred 420 is happening at The Echo and Echoplex with a variety of performers including Grateful Shred, Sammy Brue, Kirin J Callinan, Pinky Pinky, and more

 

Sunday

The Aero’s double feature for this Easter evening is Donnie Darko and The Evil Dead

Douse, Shit Giver and Band Aparte are playing a free show at The Hi Hat

420 Fest is happening at The Wiltern with a screening of Friday, vendors, a vinyl DJ set and more

There’s a free screening of Jim Jarmusch’s Mystery Train at Zebulon

May 262016
 

Rush Midnight- Crush

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (5/26-5/30/16)-

Thursday

The Writers Guild Foundation is hosting Inside the Writers Room with Better Call Saul with the writers discussing their process and the move from Breaking Bad

San Fermin are playing at the Teragram Ballroom

Lynne Cooke, senior curator of special projects in modern art at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., is giving a lecture at MOCA Grand Ave (free)

Braids are playing at The Echo with Morgan Greenwood

Friday

designLAb’s is hosting a number of new art and design exhibition openings at the Pacific Design Center

Moving Units are at the Teragram Ballroom with Billy Changer, Vision, and Glass Spells

U.S. Girls are headlining a show at The Satellite

Friday through Sunday

Cinefamily is showing Pippi in the South Seas at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater with DJ Lance Rock (Yo Gabba Gabba) hosting and a marionette opening act

Saturday

Rush Midnight are playing at El Cid with MODE and The Great Void

The Big Lebowski is playing outside of The Autry Museum in Griffith Park

Or you could watch Singin’ In The Rain at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

The Peach Kings are at The Hi Hat

Saturday through Memorial Day

Hermosa Beach’s Fiesta Hermosa has tons of vendors, beer & wine garden, live music and more

Topanga Days, the three day festival in Topanga Canyon, has bands, traditional games (like pie eating, musical chairs and egg toss), craft and food vendors, and a parade on Monday

Sunday

Downtown Modernism, the biannual Los Angeles vintage design furniture market returns ($5)

Big Black Delta are playing at The Regent Theater with Fartbarf

 

May 222014
 

Holy Fuck- Red Lights

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (5/22-5/26)-

Thursday

Creativity: The Perfect Crime– Philippe Petit (who walked a tightrope between the towers of the World Trade Center) speaks about creativity at the Central Library Downtown (free/ standby tix only)- http://www.lfla.org/event-detail/991/Creativity-The-Perfect-Crime-

Holy Fuck at the Roxy- http://www.theroxy.com/event/566495-holy-fuck-james-supercave-west-hollywood/

Ericka Beckman presents three of her films at MOCA- http://sites.moca.org/the-curve/2014/05/13/los-angeles-film-forum-at-moca-presents-ericka-beckman/

Yamashiro Farmer’s Market is back!- http://www.lacityfarm.com/our-markets/yamashiro/

And so is the one on the Sunset Strip- http://www.sunsetstripmarket.com/

Friday

designLAB event at the Pacific Design Center- 14 galleries having receptions for shows- https://www.facebook.com/events/623052471120510/

Superhumanoids at the Echo (free)- http://www.theecho.com/event/562927-superhumanoids-cardiknox-los-angeles/

Saturday

Los Angeles Poverty Department is having a parade/performance/brass band- Walk the Talk-and Mike Kelley’s Mobile Homestead will be a part of it- a PDF with a full description of the event is here- http://www.lapovertydept.org/new-project/lapds-new-project.html

The Big Lebowski on the lawn at the Autry- http://schedule.eatseehear.com/event/2014/05/24/the-big-lebowski#.U35Sxy9fnU4

Protomartyr at Permanent Records (free)- http://www.permanentrecordschicago.com/news.php

Sunday

Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon at the Egyptian theatre- http://www.americancinemathequecalendar.com/content/barry-lyndon-4

Tony Molina, Big Eyes at the Roxy- http://www.theroxy.com/event/535607-against-me-west-hollywood/

Monday (Memorial Day)

Target Free Mondays at LACMA

Also this weekend- Lightning in A Bottle Festival- http://lightninginabottle.org/