“Cruise” back in time to the Golden Age of Travel for a weekend aboard one of the greatest Maritime Monarchs in history. Drink, dine, dance, and discover the opulence of this by-gone era immersed among the largest collection of Art Deco in the World. Three days of vintage entertainment, activities, parties, tastings, lectures, tours, shopping and events. September 4th-7th.
1651 18th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404
1:30pm to 3:00pm
How to Make a Monster is a curated tableaux in 12 scenes based on Mary Shelleys Frankenstein, The IPCC Climate Change Synthesis Report, Agnes Vardas DAGUERREOTYPES, Meredith Monks Book of Days, and Th...
6360 W. Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, 90028
6:00pm to 9:00pm
Groove Jazz, Blues, R&B, Rock’N’Roll, Reggae and Movie Themes.
Lineup: Gregg Young (Guitar), Kirkwood Coakley (Bass), and Joey Navarro (Keys)
Gregg Young & the 2nd Street Groove Jazz Band will be available for interviews before and after the show.
Abbot Kinney Blvd. and California St., Los Angeles, CA
6:00pm to 10:00pm
(SEPT. 4) Local merchants on or near Abbot Kinney, the thoroughfare that runs diagonally through Venice, come together every month to feature the best artists, gifts, products and music in the area. Local charities benefit as art junkies, couples and families descend on the always funky beach community. And, of course, beverages are available.
4313 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, 90807
The mission of First Fridays is to promote and support local artists and musicians by providing them with an outlet to showcase their work. Every first Friday night of the month, participating Bixby Knolls businesses will unite to promote local artists and musicians through extended operating hours. In doing so we hope to encourage a dialogue between businesses, artists and the community.
8818 Sunset Blvd, Austin, CA 90069
In Uncovered, Leah Lax tells her story beginning as a young teen who left her liberal, secular home for life as a Hasidic Jew, and ending as a forty-something woman who has to abandon the only world she s known for thirty years in order to achieve personal freedom. In understated, crystalline prose, Lax details her experiences with arranged marriage, cult-like faith, and motherhood during her years with the Hasidim, and explores how her creative, sexual, and spiritual longings simmer beneath the surface throughout her time there. The first book to tell the story of a gay woman who spent thirty adult years in the Hasidic fold, Uncovered is the moving story of Lax s long journey toward finding a home where she truly belongs