131 E. Avenue 57, Los Angeles, 90042
LADIES WHO LAUNCH! How Women of the Ebell Disguised a Revolution as a Tea Party (and Dressed for the Occasion)
140 years ago American women began a movement that would change the nation and help define what modern women could become. Join Maggie Wineland, scholar of the Women’s Club Movement, as she outlines the Ebell's 120-year part in this dynamic history, followed by a show of vintage fashions from The Ebell’s fabulous costume collection. This Charter Day, we celebrate the bold clubwomen who helped to revolutionize society’s expectations and established today's female culture.
2500 Broadway, Santa Monica, 90404
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Understanding the basic principles of copyright law is important to nearly all creative artists, especially in the digital age. What does it mean when something is copyrighted? Who owns copyrights? What is the difference between copyright and trademark law? Join California Lawyers for the Arts and attorney Melissa Dagodag for an introduction to copyright law. The program will answer all of these questions and provide a framework for understanding copyright protections and terminology such as "fair use" and "work-made-for-hire."
Melissa K. Dagodag, Esq. - Melissa K. Dagodag is a native of California and completed her B.A. and M.A. at Stanford University. After earning her J.D. from UCLA School of Law in 2000, Melissa worked as an attorney at Manatt, Phelps, and Phillips, LLP, then in-house as Vice President of a small music publishing company (Palan Music, later purchased by MCS), and as Business Affairs Counsel at fashion company BCBG. Melissa is a member of the California State Bar Association, the Beverly Hills Bar Association, Stanford Professional Women of Los Angeles, and Stanford Ideas and Connections Network. She serves on the Board of Directors of Meals on Wheels West and volunteers at California Lawyers for the Arts.
5303 Lankershim Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
7:30pm to 10:30pm
Love Is For The Heart...But Elixir Is For The Soul! Tuesday October 28th, The Federal Bar proudly presents Elixir The Show Halloween Costume Ball! Free Admission, 21+ with ID. Stylish dress highly encouraged (suits/ties, dresses, gowns, heels, top hats, etc). Doors/Dinner 7:30pm, Showtime 8:15pm sharp, and Karaoke AFTERPARTY at 10:15pm where *you* are the star of the show!
This is a Halloween Costume Party, and we will be giving away a 32” flat screen hi-def digital television to the best dressed guest! We want to see your hottest outfits, and we’ll have plenty of other games, prizes and Halloween shenanigans! Bacardi Rum will be our sponsor, and we’ll be doing $5 Bacardi drinks all night! Elixir’s location is the glorious Federal Bar in the NoHo Arts District. Enjoy The Federal Bar’s amazing culinary and mixology experience, and they will be curating a special drink special menu just for us. You can see last month’s photo gallery at https://www.facebook.com/elixir.show.1/media_set?set=a.1476249199294992....
RSVP for a table to [email protected], all others will be standing room only/general admission. Tables are for dinner guests only, so please come with an empty stomach, and ready to indulge in delicious food and drink. We strongly encourage early arrival for dinner to allow maximum enjoyment of the show. First Come, First Serve on tables and general admission/standing room. We typically get fully booked a week before the show, so email us now: The Early Bird Gets The Worm (and great seats to the show!)
Produced and Hosted by David M. Schmidt (https://www.facebook.com/david.m.schmidt.96), Elixir is the absolute best variety show in Los Angeles. Part Mad Men, Part Rat Pack, Elixir features live music from jazz/funk band Funky Munky (https://www.facebook.com/funkymunkyz ) and features a rotating cast of singers, dancers, comedians, burlesque artists, pole dancers, dance troupes, games/prizes, shenanigans and more. After Elixir The Show, *you* will be the rockstar, as we will start afterparty karaoke immediately! Signups for karaoke will be during Elixir’s intermission, and we have a computer with 200,000 karaoke songs
Grab your friends, break out your Halloween costume, and slink on down to The Federal Bar for Elixir. It'll cure what ails ya!
The Federal Bar
5303 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Jazz flutist Rebecca Kleinmann's versatile trio featuring guitarist Dusty Brough and drummer Julien Cantelm explores grooves from Brazil, Flamenco, and the Balkans in original compositions. Ghanaian Gyil player SK Kakraba performs traditional and original music with his West African band. Kakraba and Kleinmann met this past summer in Ghana and are looking forward to this first collaboration in Los Angeles.
240 Charles E. Young Dr, CA 90024, 0
6:00am to 8:00am
Student Papers for the Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference II.
1 pm 3 pm
Room B544, Schoenberg Music Building
Schoenberg Hall is located in North East Campus, jus...
3500 W. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90018
10:30am to 12:00pm
Facilitated by Martha Boston
Offered via the telephone and Skype (audio only).
Free & open to all.
What touches our hearts out there in the world is a reflection of our Soul. Come experience your...