4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, 90027
It Never Rains (except when it does): Drought and Deluge in the Making of Southern California Caughey Foundation Lecture. For millennia, the Southland has been wracked by intense dry spells that have been swept away by furious floods. Char Miller, W.M. Keck Professor of Environmental Analysis at Pomona College, looks at the extensive and expensive network of aqueducts and channels constructed to control these climate cycles, and considers potential local solutions.
2106 Hyperion Avenue, Los Angeles CA, 90027
9:00pm to 10:15pm
JOURNEY THIS, written and performed by NAACP IMAGE AWARD NOMINEE PERFORMER Cheray O’Neal, opens Feb 20th at 9m at The Lyric Hyperion Theatre and Café. Additional dates are February 26th, 27th at 9pm and February 21st, March 6th at 5pm, 2016. In commemoration of BLACK HISTORY MONTH and WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT MONTH, the audience travels down a humorous soul searching odyssey and is posed with the question "Is happiness a choice?”.
Some of the proceeds will be gifted to Play for pink and Stoller Filer Planned Parenthood of Watts. The theatre, perfectly located in Silverlake, provides a great menu/bar selection, as well as a gorgeous outdoor patio with seating. You don't want to miss this.