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Thursday, September 29

Ali & Jay

Malibu Lumber Yard

2939 Cross Creek Road, Malibu, 90265

2:00pm

Come shop the best fall styles from Ali&Jay so you can get stocked for the season. Lolliswim is setting up shop and bringing loads of swimwear on sale for you to pick up for any holiday vacations you might have planned. We'll also have Glamsquad on-site braiding and styling hair with manicures provided by Bellacures - you have to come and get glammed up with us! From 2-4pm.

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What the Night is For

Little Fish Theatre

777 S. Centre St., San Pedro, CA 90731

8:00pm

What the Night is For By Michael Weller. What begins as a casual meal and an evening of catching up turns into a humorous, passionate and moving voyage towards a moment that could change the lives of two former lovers. "Weller weaves a play both painfully honest and unexpectedly funny." THE GUARDIAN.  Runs: September 29 - October 20.

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Friday, September 30

Saturday, October 1

Fred Ward Photography Exhibition (OPENING RECEPTION)

Malibu City Hall

23825 Stuart Ranch Rd., Malibu, CA

2:30pm

(EXHIBIT RUNS THROUGH JAN. 13, 2017) Please join the City of Malibu Cultural Arts Commission for their second public art installation in Malibu City Hall, a retrospective photography exhibit highlighting the work of the renowned, award-winning historic photographer Fred Ward, including an opening reception and memorial on Saturday, October 1 at 2:30 PM. Please invite your neighbors and friends, and help us spread the word about this great event!

Mr. Ward passed away in July at his home in Malibu, and his family is very pleased to have the opportunity to honor his life’s work and memory by helping to curate this special exhibition that you won’t see anywhere else but in Malibu. The large scale images are printed on aluminum sheets, creating a vibrant, intense effect.  

During a career spanning five decades, Ward, a long-time Malibu resident, captured major historic moments in American history for Time, Life, Newsweek, and National Geographic magazines and travelled to more than 130 countries on assignment. Some of his iconic images include the funeral of President John F. Kennedy, rare color images of the Beatles’ first American concert, and Fidel Castro in Cuba. He shot the cover images of Life magazine’s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial issue and the John F. Kennedy assassination issue, which Andy Warhol appropriated for his Jacqueline Kennedy images.

The opening reception and memorial takes place Saturday, October 1, 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM in the Malibu City Hall Atrium. The photographs will be on display until January 13, 2017. For more information, visit www.MalibuCity.org/FredWardExhibit.

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Long Beach Symphony Opening Night

Long Beach Performing Arts Center

300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, 90802

8:00pm

Maestro Benjamin Rous will kick off our season with arousing performance of Prokofievs Symphony #5 in B-flat major a true expression of the grandeur of the human spirit. Written in 1944, this virtuosic work is bright, energetic, and optimistic and a perfect start to the season. The night will also showcase the versatility of our orchestra musicians with a unique performance of Vaughan Williams Tuba Concerto in F Minor performed by Principal tuba, Doug Tornquist. The program begins with Tchaikovskys Romeo & Juliet Overture Fantasy a beloved work whose love theme has been popularly used in dozens of television and movies. Come out and welcome in the new Classical season!

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