This year's Kino Croatia series closes with the hit family adventure THE MYSTERIOUS BOY, in which 14-year-old friends discover a disturbing secret about one of their classmates. Then, as three sisters and their families reunite for the first time in many years in festival award winner KOTLOVINA, tensions, unspoken hurts and political and moral disagreements bubble to the surface. Both films are screening in the U.S. for the first time!
2525 Michigan Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90404
12:00pm to 12:45pm
Acclaimed journalist Kristine McKenna leads a discussion around Haywards poignant memoir, which chronicles the authors experiences growing up on hippie communes in the 1960s, and connects it to the wo...
100 W. Channel Road, Santa Monica, CA
3:00pm to 8:00pm
David Lentz’s Santa Monica Canyon Outpost Serves an All Day Feast with Thirsty Cat Cocktails and Live Music
David Lentz’s seaside restaurant in Santa Monica Canyon announces its
Pacific Coast Seafood Fest with a menu of family-style, just-caught ocean dishes, on Sunday, June 23, 2013. After a starter, everyone at the table will share platters of Lentz’s picks, laden with sides and completed with a market fresh cobbler for dessert. As always, you can rely on The Hungry Cat’s spirited cocktails specially created to match the freshest seafood and fish in town.
The Hungry Cat will have Live Music all day to enjoy during the Fest.
The Hungry Cat Santa Monica Pacific Coast Seafood Fest
pacific coast ceviche, sun gold tomato
gazpacho, lime, cilantro
for the table
chorizo stuffed squid, shaved fennel, arugula
ale steamed clams & mussels, smoked
andouille, braised greens, grilled bread, aioli
ridgeback shrimp with chimichurri
steamed santa barbara rock crabs with grain mustard butter
fried green tomatoes, burrata cheese, basil pistou
grilled corn, lime, chili salt
loaded fingerling potatoes, bacon, chive, crème fraiche
stone fruit cobbler
the thirsty cat selections
thc bloody mary blue ice vodka: regular or spicy
the clash: fresno-infused reposado tequila, calisaya, fresh lime juice, cilantro
luke’s lemonade: blue ice vodka & mint, house-made lemonade
pimlico: early times whisky, lime & orange juice, fresh mint
greyhound proper: broker's gin, grapefruit juice, candied grapefruit
Henry Jaglom’s 1971 directorial debut A SAFE PLACE stars Tuesday Weld as a troubled flower child in New York City and Orson Welles as a magician she meets in Central Park; then, Welles give his final onscreen performance in Jaglom's largely improvised SOMEONE TO LOVE, costarring Sally Kellerman and singer Stephen Bishop.