6360 W. Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, 90028
6:00pm to 9:00pm
What: Reggae-Jazz, Calypso, Soca, Caribbean Tropical Grooves, Latin, Movie Themes and Holiday Favorites
Why: The Dome Arclight Entertainment Center Holiday Celebration.
How: Gregg Young (Guitar), Kirkwood Coakley (Bass) and PanMan Ross Harper (Steel Drum).
Free admission & the public is invited.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
216 N. Brand Blvd, Glendale CA, 91203
THE GREATEST CARTOONS EVER!
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2014
2PM AND 7PM
216 North Brand Boulevard
The ALEX FILM SOCIETY
Had it up to “here” with presents, parties and pro-football? Want relief from all that ho ho ho? Ready for something different and FUN!? Join us on Saturday, December 27, as the Alex Film Society submits for your approval…the crème de la crème of cartoons from the movies' Golden Age. Animation Historian Jerry Beck and director
Frank Gladstone are back with a brand new roster of some of the greatest shorts from animation’s Golden Age.
Here’s our lineup:
Barber of Seville (Woody Woodpecker, 1944)
Clock Cleaners (Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck & Goofy, 1937)
A Dream Walking (Popeye, 1934)
Feed the Kitty (Merrie Melodies, 1952)
It's Hummer Time (Looney Tunes, 1950)
Kitty Foiled (Tom & Jerry, 1948)
Magical Maestro (1952)
Señor Droopy (Droopy and The Wolf, 1949)
Show Biz Bugs (Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, 1957)
Tubby the Tuba (1947)
So join us for a look at the amazing work from the inventive folks making animated films long before Frozen was even an ice cube!
At the screening, ridiculously fabulous Cartoon-theme raffle baskets are up for sale! All movie and raffle tickets purchased support the Alex Film Society – a non-profit arts organization.
Purchase tickets online at www.alexfilmsociety.org. General Admission: $16.50, Seniors/Students/Kids: $12.50; Alex Film Society members: $11.50 (Join at the Alex Theatre box office with cash or check and save on admission.) Discounted tickets available in person at the Alex Box Office (818-243-7700 x216) Friday-Sunday Noon to 5:00, and show day beginning
3 hours prior to the ticketed start time. Plus, at the Americana at Brand Grand Lobby Concierge Desk (818-637-8982) and Glendale Community College box office (818-240-1000) x5612. Parking at the Orange Street garage at California Street
(4 hours, 1 dollar!)
6010 Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
The highly-eclectic four-piece music has its origins in house parties and dive bars in the East Bay and beyond. Over the last two years, their sound has evolved into a tight mix of funk, klezmer, motown, surf, punk, soul, swing, rock and roll, and dance music.
Bear Lincoln’s latest release was recorded by keyboardist Ben Einstein in a dilapidated Victorian in Berkeley, CA. It encompasses the band’s driving high energy eclectic soul/funk roots while showcasing earnest, tidy songwriting, musicianship, and catchy tunes