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Sunday, September 14

BEETHOVEN, BAGELS & BANTER

Broad Stage

1310 11th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401

11:00am

The popular Sunday series of musiclistening and music-sharing continues! Wrap up your weekend with world-class chamber music curated by renowned violinist Robert Davidovici. Following the hour-long concert in The Edye, enjoy bagels and conversation with your fellow music lovers. For those of you who are late risers, don’t wait to buy tickets-these intimate morning concerts sell out quickly!

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Andell Family Sundays—From Quilts to Kimonos

LACMA

5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

12:30pm

Discover LACMA's extraordinary collection of textiles throughout the museum. Find quilts, clothing, and even kimonos in the galleries. Take inspiration from the works you see, then design your own textile creations.  

While you're here, visit the Broad Contemporary Art Museum to see more than a thousand miniature cars zooming through Chris Burden's kinetic sculpture, Metropolis II, in action every Sunday at the following times: 10:30–11:30 am; 12:30–1:30 pm; 2:30–3:30 pm; 4:30–5:30 pm.

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walking with the dinosaurs spectacular

STAPLES Center

Los Angeles, CA 90015

3:00pm

Dinosaurs once again roam the earth when the spectacular production that’s back in the US for the first time in 7 years. A new generation of dino lovers can experience these life–size beasts in this awe-inspiring spectacle.

Ten species are represented from the entire 200 million year reign of the dinosaurs. The show includes the Tyrannosaurus Rex, as well as the Plateosaurus the Stegosaurus and Allosaurus and many more (your kids know these names, even if you’ve forgotten!). The largest of them, the Brachiosaurus is 36 feet tall, and 56 feet from nose to tail.  You’ll be amazed to see these creatures walk before you!

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Clone of Ben Mezrich in conversation with Brett Ratner

Aero Theatre

1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403

4:30pm

Randall Munroe is the author of the popular webcomic xkcd and the science question-and-answer blog What If. After studying physics at Christopher Newport University, he got a job building robots at NASA Langley Research Center. In 2006, he left NASA to draw comics on the internet full-time, supporting himself through the sale of xkcd t-shirts, prints, posters, and books. He likes candlelight dinners and long walks on the beach. Very long walks. Lots of people say they like long walks on the beach, but then they get out on the beach and after just an hour or two, they say they’re getting tired. Millions of people visit xkcd.com each week to read Randall Munroe’s iconic webcomic. His stick-figure drawings about science, technology, language, and love have a large and passionate following. In 2013, a main-belt asteroid (4942 Munroe) was named after him.

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Randall Munroe in conversation with Wil Wheaton

Aero Theatre

1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403

4:30pm

Randall Munroe is the author of the popular webcomic xkcd and the science question-and-answer blog What If. After studying physics at Christopher Newport University, he got a job building robots at NASA Langley Research Center. In 2006, he left NASA to draw comics on the internet full-time, supporting himself through the sale of xkcd t-shirts, prints, posters, and books. He likes candlelight dinners and long walks on the beach. Very long walks. Lots of people say they like long walks on the beach, but then they get out on the beach and after just an hour or two, they say they’re getting tired. Millions of people visit xkcd.com each week to read Randall Munroe’s iconic webcomic. His stick-figure drawings about science, technology, language, and love have a large and passionate following. In 2013, a main-belt asteroid (4942 Munroe) was named after him.

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September 14 — Randall Munroe in conversation with Wil Wheaton

Aero Theatre

1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403

4:30pm

Randall Munroe is the author of the popular webcomic xkcd and the science question-and-answer blog What If. After studying physics at Christopher Newport University, he got a job building robots at NASA Langley Research Center. In 2006, he left NASA to draw comics on the internet full-time, supporting himself through the sale of xkcd t-shirts, prints, posters, and books. He likes candlelight dinners and long walks on the beach. Very long walks. Lots of people say they like long walks on the beach, but then they get out on the beach and after just an hour or two, they say they’re getting tired. Millions of people visit xkcd.com each week to read Randall Munroe’s iconic webcomic. His stick-figure drawings about science, technology, language, and love have a large and passionate following. In 2013, a main-belt asteroid (4942 Munroe) was named after him.

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Pianist Inyoung Huh

LACMA

5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

6:00pm

Virtuosic pianist Inyoung Huh performs Frederic Chopin’s 24 Preludes, op. 28 and Johann Sebastian Bach's Toccata in C Minor BWV 911.

Acclaimed as a “prominent pianist” (Los Angeles Times), Inyoung Huh's unique artistry is a blend of talent and musical training. Critics have described her performances as “original, a marked individuality . . . rare example of technique that is serving both idea and feeling . . . . a brilliant balance between intellect and emotion.” (Piano Music)

Inyoung Huh made her debut as a soloist with the Korean Youth Symphony Orchestra, playing Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 1 at age 16. As one of the youngest pianists to win the first prize at the JoongAng Daily Music Competition, the most prestigious competition in Korea. 

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