465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(MARCH 29-30) "Good e-e-evening." So intones Alfred Hitchcock at the opening of his groundbreaking TV series, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, a veritable electronic laboratory where the film director could develop new ideas, themes, and talent. The Paley Center presents the twenty telefilms that Hitch directed for the small screen between 1955 and 1962, along with rarely seen interviews, documentaries, and other treats.
For those who know Hitch only through film, you are in for a treat: the ghoulish "Funeral March" of Gounod; the sardonic opening and closing remarks from the master of suspense himself; and the diabolical twists that the cherubic-looking director created for prime-time family enjoyment, bringing "murder back into the living room—where it belongs." For those revisiting this work, you will doubly enjoy the black humor on our big screen.
8284 MELROSE AVENUE, Los Angeles, CA
5:00pm to 10:00pm
Join Crossroads for a series of Sunday Suppers! Ricardo Zarate (Paiche, Picca, Mo-Chica and 2011 Food and Wine Best New Chef) will serve up a Japanese/Peruvian inspired menu on March 30, 2014.
Guests taking advantage of these Sunday exclusive menus, will be able to savor cocktails from renowned mixologist Jeremy Lake, wine pairing suggestions from the knowledgeable staff, or indulge with a vegan dessert from Executive Pastry Chef Serafina Magnussen.
COST: $80 (plus $30 for wine pairings)