Jackson Whalan creates a refreshing blend of hip-hop, world, soul, and electronic bass music, made from the heart to uplift the human spirit. Jackson, also known as Ty or Tynan, is A skilled rapper, DJ, producer, and co-founding member of the live band Technicolor Lenses (Brooklyn, NY). Recording music and rapping since his early teens, Jackson is highly evolved in his fearless and energetic expression, which he uses to invigorate the soul, send a positive message, and bring people together in celebration. He loves to write songs and freestyle, make beats, collaborate with other artists, work in the studio, and travel doing live shows. Jackson works with many people, ranging from renowned cellist Dave Eggar, to electronic producers like Space Jesus, Esseks, and M!NT (Planet Cognac), producer Ian Stewart, and rappers like Mr. Lif, Phaseone, Truth Now, and David Weber(Soham)to name a few. Jackson and his band have shared bills with acts such as Phutureprimitive, Big Gigantic, Gramatik, polish Embassador, Break Science, Govinda, DJ Drez, Luminaries, Srikalogy, eitch, Carmen Crow, V Zone, and many more.
6067 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD, LOS ANGELES, 90036
Learn what really goes into making the costumes for your favorite movies – see the costumes themselves and learn about how they were made in this amazing exhibit with more than 150 costumes from iconic films. Not just a show for clothes horses, kids will be fascinated to learn that Indiana Jones wears basically the same pants as California police officers, how Katniss got her leather jacket and see Dorothy’s actual gingham dress and the most famous shoes in the world. Breathtaking to see, the story behind these clothes that made your favorite movies what they are is even more amazing.
8048 W 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA
12:00pm to 9:00pm
Feast of Seven Fishes
Bay Scallop on the Half Shell / ponzu & finger-lime pearls
Crudo / Aji Amarillo aioli & citrus germolata
Lobster Bisque / crème fraiche & dill
Octopus / cannellini beans, chorizo, fingerling potatoes & harissa aioli
Arctic Char / Swiss chard & creamed corn
Sea Scallop / white cauliflower pure, lentils & fennel confit
Tagliatelle / lobster & lobster sauce (truffles available)
Price: $89 per person
1939, 220 minutes, color, DCP | Directed by Victor Fleming; screenplay by Sidney Howard, based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell; with Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Thomas Mitchell, Barbara O’Neil, Evelyn Keyes, Ann Rutherford.
A young woman in the Civil War South leaves a trail of men in her wake as she struggles to maintain the family home against all adversity.
861 N. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
5:30pm to 11:00pm
This holiday season, Barton G. LA‹Los Angeles¹ theatrical dining destination‹crafts a selection of seasonal specials to celebrate Christmas Eve (Wednesday, December 24, 2014) and New Year¹s Eve (Wednesday, December 31, 2014). Reinterpreting classic pairings, whole roasted chicken and stuffing is deboned for guests to easily carve and is served alongside stuffed acorn squash. Roasted rack of lamb is reimagined with sides of vegetable fondant and veal chops are served with a side of apple fritters presented to resemble the season¹s orchard harvest. The shareable specials will be available from now through January 2015.
Barton G. LA¹s seasonal holiday specials include:
Roasted Colorado Lamb Rack ($38) with Root Vegetable Fondant, Crisp Eggplant, and Garlic with Piquillo Romesco sauce
The Mother Clucker ($68) serves two and includes a citrus & herb roasted boneless whole chicken stuffed with cranberry-giblet dressing, alongside California figs, roasted delicata squash, and acorn squash stuffed with orzo salad
Cider House Veal Chop & Apple Crop ($58) a chargrilled veal chop with apple-sage chutney, honey crisp apple fritters, baby brussel sprouts, and cinnamon cider honey
Barton G. LA¹s seasonal holiday specials are available now through Wednesday, December 31, 2014. Reservations are required. Barton G. LA¹s holiday hours for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are 5:30 10 pm and New Year¹s Eve between the hours of 6 11 pm.
10840 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
On Christmas Day, Angelenos looking for a place to eat out can head to Tanzy in Westwood for a delicious dinner to celebrate the holiday with family, friends and loved ones. Patrons can also arrive early or stay afterward and head next door to iPic Theaters to enjoy one of the several movies being released that day including Into The Woods, The Gambler, The Interview and Unbroken. While watching a movie at iPic Theaters, guests can order the perfect holiday drink delivered right to their seat, the Hot Buttered Salted Truffled Rum ($12), created by Adam Seger (CCP, Mixologist, Tanzy Artisanal Italian and Ipic Theaters).
Eat-in or take out (with 12-hour notice) at Tanzy in Westwood. On Christmas Day, they are open regular hours (11 am-10:30 pm) and are serving some of their regular items a la carte, as well as a special Christmas Dinner menu (3 generous courses) for $35 for adults/$20 for kids:
Parsnip & Apple Soup
Endive & Arugula Salad
with pink lady apples, candied walnuts, gorgonzola dolce, walnut vinaigrette
Salmon Creek Farms Ham Steak
Spiced Maple Glaze
with red wine braised cabbage, caramelized brussels sprouts, yukon gold potato rosti &
fresh baked soft pull-apart rolls
Tour the exhibition Larry Sultan: Here and Home, the first retrospective of California photographer Larry Sultan (1946–2009), in this 20-minute tour. The exhibition includes more than 200 photographs ranging from Sultan's conceptual and collaborative works of the 1970s to his solo works in the decades following. Sultan never stopped challenging the conventions of photographic documentation, exploring themes of family, home, and façade throughout his career. Five major bodies of work are represented, including Evidence (1977), made collaboratively with Mike Mandel; Swimmers (1978–81); Pictures from Home (1982–92); The Valley (1998–2003); and Homeland (2006–9). The show is augmented by a "study hall," with documentation and ephemera providing a glimpse of Sultan’s modes of inquiry as an artist and a teacher.
Discover the breadth of LACMA’s collection of European art on this 50-minute tour. Focus on 17th-century Dutch painting, works by French and Italian Baroque artists, and French 19th-century painting, including costumes and decorative arts that are installed with two-dimensional works.