6200 E. Atherton Street, Long Beach, CA 90815
Direct from Sendai, JapanSiro-A takes their indescribable display of performance, technology and music to a staggering new level as they effortlessly fuse digital projection and visual trickery, all s...
12505 Cultural Center Drive, Rancho Cucamonga, 91739
10:00am to 4:00pm
Attention brides and grooms to be!
Save the date - March 16, 2014 for the Victoria Gardens Cultural Center’s annual Bridal Expo! Down the Aisle... Wedding Style Bridal Expo brings together the most comprehensive network of experienced professional wedding and event vendors in the industry. Compare and choose from a variety of local vendors and venues, taste delicious food samplings, enjoy a bridal fashion show, and enter in a raffle for a chance to win fabulous prizes. From DJ's to desserts, this expo is a one-stop shop for picking up all your wedding essentials!
Pre Registration $7.50 (Purchase online before March 1st), General Admission at the door only $10! Purchase your tickets online at vgculturalcenter.com or call our Box Office at 909.477.2752.
2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90049
Attend an immersive weeklong seminar for people ages twenty-one to thirty who love food and its history.
Tent: Food LA will inspire participants to simultaneously consider Jewish food’s effect on American cuisine and how Jewish food has been transformed in America. The program is designed for emerging chefs and restaurateurs as well as food enthusiasts. Discover the Jewish take on ethical practices in the food industry. Hear advice from experts on how to further your career in food writing, catering, or the restaurant business. Meet some of Los Angeles’ greatest culinary talents, who are reinventing ethnic cuisine for the twenty-first century. Talks will focus on the history of Ashkenazi, Sephardi, and Mizrahi Jewish food, the expansion of coffee culture in the U.S., and the experiences of working in a professional kitchen.
At this intensive workshop, twenty participants will be able to hear renowned chef Susan Feniger talk about using ethnic food as the basis for contemporary cuisine; meet the innovators of L.A.’s booming food truck revolution; discuss L.A.’s culinary fusion with local food writers; network with some of L.A.’s top restaurateurs; attend seminars; develop and prepare a re-imagined Passover Seder dinner; sample from open-air food markets; and more.
The program is led by Leah Hochman, Director of the Jerome H. Louchheim School of Judaic Studies at USC and Assistant Professor of Jewish Thought at Hebrew Union College, and Evan Kleiman, chef and radio host of "Good Food" on KCRW.
Application Deadline: December 15, 2013. Click here to apply.
Award-winning actor and best-selling author Rob Lowe will host THE GET IN TOUCH FOUNDATION’S 2014 LA "PRETTY IN PINK" LUNCHEON & WOMEN OF STRENGTH AWARDS to be held on Sunday, March 16, 2014 at 11:30am at the Casa del Mar Hotel (1910 Ocean Way) in Santa Monica. Co-chaired by Angelique L’Amour and NBC's Jennifer Nicholson Salke, the benefit event is honoring Dr. Kristi Funk and Dr. Nalini Chilkov. The mission of The Get In Touch Foundation is to provide breast health initiatives that educate gals and guys of all ages how to “get in touch” with their bodies, information, and each other in our crusade against breast cancer. The Get In Touch Girls’ Program & the Daisy Wheel breast health initiative educates girls in grades 5-12 on the importance of, and how to do a breast self-exam, for life.