1000 San Julian St., Los Angeles, 90015
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Come celebrate Halloween at the drive-in! This 1980 classic horror movie is considered one of the first true slasher films. Camp counselors are stalked and murdered by an unknown assailant while trying to reopen a summer camp that was the site of a child's drowning. Rated R.
Starring Kevin Bacon, Betsy Palmer, Adrienne King, and Jeannine Taylor.
Gates open at 5:30pm.
With seven No. 1 albums on the Billboard Classical charts, performances on seven film soundtracks, and a savvy social media presence, Joshua Bell is one of the most prominent American artists of his generation. His stylistic sympathies are wide-ranging and his recitals are always highlight events.
Come for: One of America’s greatest violin virtuosos performs a wide-ranging program of passionate masterworks.
(OCT. 24-26) This far-reaching concert begins with the stirring, knife-edge fanfares of Janáček’s Sinfonietta, turns toward the future with Saariaho while celebrating the organ’s past, then plunges into the cool, Finnish mythic soundscapes of Sibelius.
131 E. Avenue 57, Los Angeles, 90042
LADIES WHO LAUNCH! How Women of the Ebell Disguised a Revolution as a Tea Party (and Dressed for the Occasion)
140 years ago American women began a movement that would change the nation and help define what modern women could become. Join Maggie Wineland, scholar of the Women’s Club Movement, as she outlines the Ebell's 120-year part in this dynamic history, followed by a show of vintage fashions from The Ebell’s fabulous costume collection. This Charter Day, we celebrate the bold clubwomen who helped to revolutionize society’s expectations and established today's female culture.
631 W. 2nd St., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Small Museum for an American Metaphor is an exhibition which brings together European perspectives on the American West, and more specifically, the particularities embedded in the idealized fictions surrounding it. The visual argument here is that there is a certain architectonic “idea” that dwells on the celebration of Endlessness as mythicized in the American West. The metaphor is the base for an architecture that blurs the distinction between building and object, collapsing the different scales. It is an architecture that celebrates the fiction of the “wide open” and seeks to re-evaluate/reinterpret the world as a gigantic interior. In that context, a successful intervention is able to define hierarchies, carve out places, and make shared points of reference. The exhibition, much in the tradition of showcasing objects in a defined space, such as a cabinet, “collects”artworks, architectural models, drawings and other elements that consciously fade the distinction between object and representation.
Ultimately it is a show on urban strategies, but starting from the conviction that these very strategies can only be conveyed if presented in an oblique way. The show proposes a method that understands beauty and hedonism not so much as the enemy of hierarchy and organization, but despite all senses of responsibility, its driving force.
424 N Main Street, Los Angeles, 90012
Celebrate the Day of the Dead any night (or every night), with the Novenaria procession which begins on Olvera Street at 7 p.m. nightly. This joyful celebration of departed loved ones lasts for nine evenings of colorful processions, altar displays, music and refreshments. There are also children’s workshops, community altars for viewing and a Fiesta de Muertos.