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Saturday, August 30

Barry White: The Ultimate Tribute

Saban Theatre

Beverly Hills, CA 90211

9:00pm

We all know that Barry White was known for his unique bass voice and romantic image. His passing left a void that has left many fans missing him and wanting more.  JD Hall who carries the same Barry White sultry bass voice has felt the calling to keep the essence of Barry White's music alive.

Performing all of Barry White's hits that earned him 2 Grammy Awards and accolades world wide, JD Hall and his 16 piece orchestra brings new life to these all time favorites.  Performing songs like "My First, My Last, My Everything", "Practice What You Preach", "Can't Get Enough Of Your Love Babe","Ecstasy", "Let The Music Play", just to name a few, JD with his Barry White bass voice has truly captured the essence of Barry White's music.

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Sunday, August 31

Look Together: How to Talk About Art

Hammer Museum

10899 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024

11:00am

Recommended for ages 10+

Discover and explore artworks in the galleries as a family. Join an educator who will model how to talk about art in fun and meaningful ways. Explore art at the Hammer while learning strategies for talking about art wherever you go.

Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration will begin at 10:30AM.

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LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF

Aero Theatre

1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403

5:00pm

Southern California practically bleeds celluloid; virtually everywhere you turn, you’ll see a location that once doubled as a film set. Director Thom Andersen plays private eye in this sardonic video essay, revisiting the scenes of cinematic crimes and triumphs and unraveling the tangled relationship between the movies and our metropolis. Both Los Angeles history buffs and cinema enthusiasts will marvel at the hundreds of archival and film clips revealing an almost secret history of the City of Angels. A Cinematheque favorite!

In the Los Angeles Times, Kenneth Turan called LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF “the best documentary ever made about Los Angeles.” On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Thom Andersen's sardonic video essay about the tangled relationship between the movies and our metropolis has been remastered and re-edited. It's funnier, sharper and bigger. It's now really a double feature. No matter how many times you've seen it before, you will be blown away by the new version on the big screen!

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