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Sunday, August 31

Violinist Maia Jasper, Cellist Marek Szpakiewicz, and Pianist Nadia Shpachenko

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 92656

6:00pm

Hailed as a “ravishing” performer by the Los Angeles Times, violinist Maia Jasper has appeared as a soloist and chamber musician in France, Israel, Canada, Turkey, Portugal, the Netherlands, and throughout the United States. In 2003 she received her bachelor of arts with honors in musicology from Yale University. She completed her master’s degree as a fellowship student at the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music in 2006. An avid chamber musician, Jasper has collaborated with such artists as the Ysaÿe Quartet and cellist Paul Katz. In 2008 she recorded early duos of Schoenberg with LA Phil concertmaster Martin Chalifour for Yarlung Records. She is on faculty at the Colburn School, where she coaches chamber music. In January 2010 Jasper was appointed to the first violin section of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. She has studied with Martin Chalifour, Gérard Poulet, Kyung Yu, and Michelle Kim, and performed in master class for Ruggiero Ricci, Ida Haendel, Gil Shaham, Midori, Gyorgy Pauk, Ilan Gronich, János Starker, Rachel Podger, and Ivry Gitlis, and for the Tákacs and Juilliard quartets.

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Monday, September 1

Molten Color: Glassmaking in Antiquity

Getty Villa Malibu

17985 Pacific Coast Highway, Los Angeles, CA

12:00pm

In 2003, the J. Paul Getty Museum acquired a collection of over 350 pieces of ancient glass, formerly owned by Erwin Oppenländer. The works on view in Molten Color are remarkable for their high quality, their chronological breadth, and the glassmaking techniques illustrated by their manufacture. The vessels are accompanied by text and videos illustrating ancient glassmaking techniques.

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Story Time in the Boone Children's Gallery

LACMA

5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

2:00pm

Ever wonder why dragons love tacos and why crayons decided to quit one day? Join Boone Gallery staff every Monday and Friday at 2 pm in the Korean art galleries as they take us on a reading journey into a world of folk tales and colors. Relate the stories to the art in the Chinese and Korean galleries in a comfortable space suitable for families and children of all ages. Admission is free!

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Pier Pressure Labor Day Marina Del Rey Yacht Party

Entertainer Yacht

13755 Fiji Way, Marina Del Rey, 90292

3:00pm to 7:15pm

California Nightlife, Jeff Fong, & Deep LifeStyle Group Presents…

12th Annual Pier Pressure Labor Day

Hornblower Yacht Party

Monday, May 26th ~ 3PM - 7:30PM

(In Loving Memory of Hayden Paquing)

SoCal's Favorite Summer Kickoff Party is BACK for it's 12th Year!

Featuring 3 Levels of Sun & Fun on an All-New vessel… The Entertainer!!

1st Floor - Top EDM DJs

2nd Floor - Club Deck: DJ (Sexy House)

3rd Floor - Sun Deck: (EDM DJs), Cabanas, Bottle Service, Sun & Fun!

Info / Cabana / Table Reservations:

323.604.6030

General Admission Tickets Include GA Boarding Pass

Presales, Group Rates & VIP Table Service Avail:

CaliforniaNightLife.com & Ticketvibe.com

Check In 3PM | Boarding 3:30 PM | Out to Sea 4:30PM | Return 7:30PM

Ages 21+

Don't Miss the Boat!!

Boarding at Fisherman’s Wharf - 13755 Fiji Way Marina del Rey, CA 90292

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monday movies at the country mart

Brentwood Country Mart

225 26th St, Santa Monica, CA

6:00pm

Enjoy some of your kids’ favorite movie titles in the courtyard this summer at the Brentwood Country Mart.   Movies are BYOB: Bring your own Blankets, Beach Chairs, Beverages or Bites.  (Or course if you’re feeling lazy you can pick up some delectable treats from the Country Mart, ending with an ice cream treat from Sweet Rose Creamery – every kid’s favorite treat!)

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Tuesday, September 2

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