A star-studded cast (Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Spencer Tracy - to name a few) portrays a group of average, upstanding Americans who are given the key to locating $350,000 in stolen bank loot - and resort to every form of lying, deceit and double crossing in their manic cross-country chase to retrieve it!
dineL.A. Restaurant Week (July 13-26) is a 14-day dining event showcasing Los Angeles as a premier dining destination, highlighting the diversity of culinary experiences L.A. has to offer. Locals and visitors have the opportunity to enjoy a selection of specially priced prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus from some of L.A.’s best restaurants. dineL.A. menus are subject to change. Start making your reservations today.
695 E. Colorado, Pasadena, CA 91101
Finding and identifying a pirate ship is the hardest thing to do under the sea. But two men--John Chatterton and John Mattera--are willing to risk everything to find the "Golden Fleece," the ship of the infamous pirate Joseph Bannister. At large during the Golden Age of Piracy in the seventeenth century, Bannister should have been immortalized in the lore of the sea--his exploits more notorious than Blackbeard's, more daring than Kidd's. But his story, and his ship, have been lost to time. If Chatterton and Mattera succeed, they will make history--it will be just the second time ever that a pirate ship has been discovered and positively identified. Soon, however, they realize that cutting-edge technology and a willingness to lose everything aren't enough to track down Bannister's ship. They must travel the globe in search of historic documents and accounts of the great pirate's exploits, face down dangerous rivals, battle the tides of nations and governments and experts. But it's only when they learn to think and act like pirates--like Bannister--that they become able to go where no pirate hunters have gone before.
Fast-paced and filled with suspense, fascinating characters, history, and adventure, Pirate Hunters is an unputdownable story that goes deep to discover truths and souls long believed lost. (Random House)
6333 West 3rd Street, Los Angeles, 90036
5:00pm to 9:00pm
The Original Farmers Market today announced the date and a partial list of menu items for its popular Taste of Farmers Market event, which will be held on Tuesday, July 14 between 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 pm. Themed “Best Bites,” the Market’s special seventh annual strolling tasting tour will feature samples of some of the best offerings from Farmers Market grocers, chefs, restaurants and specialty food merchants.
“The Taste of Farmers Market is one of our most-highly anticipated events each year,” said Ilysha Buss, Farmers Market Marketing Director. “It allows our merchants to showcase some of their favorite, and many times most popular, offerings to a new audience of food lovers. We’re thrilled to be able to present this great event again this year, with a special ‘Best Bites’ theme.”
The inaugural Taste of Farmers Market occurred for the Market’s 75th Anniversary and has since become one of the Market’s signature celebrations. Longtime visitors will savor some of their favorite foods, including Nutella crepes, buttermilk donut holes, New Orleans Shrimp and chicken rendang. First-time attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy a tasting tour of the Market’s unique mix of cultures and cuisines.
Featured menu items for 2015 are represented by some of the Market’s longest-standing merchants and include a variety of vegetarian options. The following is just a sampling of what will be served:
· Bob's Coffee & Doughnuts: Buttermilk Donut Hole
· The French Crepe Company: Nutella Crepes
· Monsieur Marcel French Gourmet Market & Restaurant: Mini Cheese Plate
· The Salad Bar: Assorted Fresh Fruit Smoothies
· Marmalade Café: Tuna tartare
· Planet Dailies: Truffle Mac and Cheese
· Tusquellas Fish & Oyster Bar: New Orleans Shrimp
· Singapore's Banana Leaf : Chicken Rendang
· China Depot : Chow Mein
· Peking Kitchen: Orange Chicken and Egg Roll
· Magic Nut and Candy Company: Caramel Corn
· Bryan's Pit Barbeque: Chopped BBQ Beef Sandwich
· Zia Valentina : Waffle Shot with Espresso
· Bennett's Ice Cream : Handmade Ice Cream
· The Refresher: Root Beer Floats
Admission to Taste of Farmers Market is $40.00 in advance and $45.00 at the door. Advance purchase is recommended. Advance tickets are now available at www.farmersmarketla.com, or in person at the Farmers Market Office located at 6333 West 3rd Street Los Angeles, Ca. 90036 on the second level above Gate One (open until 7 p.m. daily). A 10% discount is available for group purchases of 10 or more tickets. Admission also includes free parking for the event for vehicles parked in the Farmers Market’s surface parking lots or The Grove parking structure.
630 W. Fifth Street, Los Angeles, 90071
The L.A. food scene is as trendy, tweeted, pop-upped, and profit-busting as it’s ever been, and yet more people are going hungry at a greater rate than perhaps any other moment in the city’s history. As the USDA has declared, Los Angeles is the nation’s “epicenter of hunger,” where the phrase “food insecurity”—lacking reliable access to nutritious and safe food—has become as much a part of the local vernacular for activists and organizers as sunshine and traffic. In a special collaboration with the Library Foundation to rediscover the Los Angeles Public Library’s vast archive, USC professor Josh Kun uses the Library’s menu collection to explore the shaping of Los Angeles. With vintage menus as our guides, join Kun for a conversation about the struggles and triumphs of contemporary food activism with urban gardener Ron Finley, the Healthy School Food Coalition’s Elizabeth Medrano and Community Services Unlimited Inc.’s Neelam Sharma.
2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90049
Explore the uniquely diverse cuisine of Los Angeles, one of the most multicultural (and most delicious) cities in the world through lectures and tasting.
Listen as local chefs and food writers discuss the various immigrant patterns and ethnic communities throughout the city, from its early history to today, and how they affect local cuisine. Then learn about and taste delectable dishes from Indian, Korean, and Thai cuisine.
July 14: Korean cuisine—Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee is a James Beard award nominee, the author of several books on food and travel, and a regular contributor and photographer for the Los Angeles Times’s Daily Dish.
777 Chick Hearn Ct., Los Angeles, CA
Join an all-star lineup of top athletes and entertainers as The ESPYS celebrate the best sports stories of the year.
Fans will relive the best plays, biggest upsets and most outstanding performances as the awards are given out, including awarding of the Capital One Cup. Witness touching tributes and inspiring human stories with the famous Arthur Ashe Award, the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance and other incredible moments.
Be a part of one of the biggest nights in sports!
900 West Olympic Boulevard Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90015
5:00pm to 8:00pm
Indulge with your choice of a mini-treatment, such as the Peach Bellini Hand Treatment or the Eminence Mini-Facial
Learn the latest tips and tricks from exclusive consultations with hair, beauty and skincare experts
Find peace and serenity with a 45-minute poolside yoga class on the hotel’s rooftop with ERYT 500 Yoga Alliance certified teacher Rachel Jackson (5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. class times)
Sip and nosh with a glass of bubbly and a selection of small bites
Save on the spa’s line of luxurious and results-driven beauty, skin, and hair products with special prices