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Tuesday, October 28

Connie Butler & Helen Molesworth

Hammer Museum

10899 Wilshire Blvd, CA 90024, CA 0


Connie Butler joined the Hammer Museum as chief curator in 2013. Prior to joining the Hammer, she was chief curator of drawings at MoMA from 2006–2013, where she organized major exhibitions including On Line: Drawing Through the Twentieth Century and Greater New York at MoMA PS1. She served as curator at MOCA from 1996–2006 where she organized the internationally acclaimed exhibition WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution.

Recently appointed chief curator at MOCA, Helen Molesworth is a distinguished scholar, writer, and curator. Before joining MOCA, she was the Barbara Lee Chief Curator at the ICA/ Boston, overseeing a rigorous program of acclaimed monographic and historical survey exhibitions and an emerging collection of contemporary art. Molesworth’s recent exhibitions at the ICA include This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s and Dance/Draw.

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Live, the band

House of Blues Sunset Strip

West Hollywood, CA 90069


In 1994, the band Live emerged as the preeminent post-grunge musical act. It'd be hard to find a rock fan’s CD collection that didn’t include Live’s massively successful Throwing Copper, an album that sold eight million copies and topped the Billboard Top 200 chart. With the exception of a recent hiatus, the band has been touring since 1990. Beginning with club concerts, the quartet eventually became one of the hottest rock tickets in the mid-1990s. Their minimalist stage show allowed Live to focus on providing a straight-ahead rock experience – with a clean, crisp sound. Lead singer Ed Kowalczyk, who left the band in 2009, delivered lyrics with an extensive vocal range and intense passion. His departure paved the way for current frontman Chris Shinn, who performed with the band on the Summerland Tour 2013 for 35 concert dates throughout the U.S.

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Fools Logic: A Tribute to Supertramp

Upstairs at Vitellos

4349 Tujunga Avenue, Studio City, CA 91604


Fools Logic; An original performance inspired by the music of the iconic mega musical group, Supertramp. Fools Logic is a complete rich multimedia driven concert including interactive video throughout the entire performance with all live stellar musicianship by accomplished and experienced professionals. Fools Logic recreates the original sound of Supertramp in the 1970’s at the height of their global popularity and fame with hit after hit on radios everywhere and in the Billboard Top 40.

But that’s not all. Fools Logic injects audience participation at the perfect moments to keep people on their feet, dancing and singing along to all the amazing Supertramp chart toppers.

High energy. Perfectly paced performance. Incredibly entertaining. Exciting from start to finish.

Fools Logic is the perfect show to fill seats and make audiences cheer with either two 45 minutes sets or one continuous 110 minute performance of non-stop action.

Supertramp shaped the music of the world. Fools Logic brings it back to life with an electric bolt of energy and creativity!

Jeff Bryan-Keyboards/Guitar/Vocals
David Druxman-Bass/Vocals
Ron Hougardy-Keyboards/Vocals
Patrick Martin-Sax/Harmonica/Clarinet
Adam “Smitty” Smith-Drums/Vocals
Tom Logic-Guitar/Vocals

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Wednesday, October 29

see the stars (at the planetarium)


With its spectacular Zeiss star projector, laser digital projection system, state-of-the-art aluminum dome, comfy seats, sound system, and theatrical lighting, the  Samuel Oschin Planetarium Theater is the finest planetarium in the world.  It’s also right in our backyard.  And every day Wednesday-Friday, you can take advantage of the less crowded weekdays to take kiddos to a show.  There are 4 rotating shows, and kiddos under 5 are only allowed in the first show daily (weekdays, that’s at 12:45 pm).

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