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Wednesday, March 4

Comedy for a Cure at The Laugh Factory

Laugh Factory

8001 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90046

8:00pm to 10:00pm

Comedy for a Cure at The Laugh Factory

Wednesday, March 4th at 8PM

Calling Action! To Fight Pediatric Cancer

Join us for a fun night of comedy at the famous Laugh Factory in #Hollywood! Cancer is the #1 disease-related cause of death of children in the U.S., with your help we can change that.

Seating is limited -- Purchase tickets in advance www.laughfactory.com/clubs/hollywood/date/2015-03-04

An amazing line-up of Hollywood's funniest comedians to include:

Pete Holmes- The Pete Holmes Show, Conan, Fallon
Neal Brennan Comedy- Co- creator of Chappelle's Show
Iliza Shlesinger -Last Comic Standing Season 6 winner, Comedy Special-- Freezing Hot is now on Netflix
Steve Agee- The Sarah Silverman Project on Comedy Central

STAY TUNED for more comedians to be announced.

-Win some awesome prizes in our raffle!
-Ages 18+
-Valet parking available for $7.

One lucky raffle winner will win tickets to Variety's Power of Comedy show! The honored comedian at the 2014 show was Aziz Ansari, with past honorees including Amy Poehler and Jimmy Kimmel. Other performers this past year includes Jerrod Carmichael, Tig Notaro, Nick Kroll, Rory Scovel, Moshe Kasher and Joe Mande. This prize is PRICELESS!

All ticket proceeds will benefit the non-profit organization, Lights. Camera. Cure.

Lights. Camera. Cure. raises money and awareness for pediatric cancer patient support and research. To learn more please visit… www.lightscameracure.com.

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Thursday, March 5

Downstairs at the Mansion: Eva Fenyes & Her Staff

Pasadena Museum of History

470 W. Walnut St., Pasadena, CA 91103

7:30pm

If your favorite Downton Abbey characters wear butler’s uniforms and starched white aprons, this program is not to be missed! Join Sheryl Peters, educator, researcher, and PMH docent, as she explores the world of domestic service downstairs at Pasadena’s historic Fenyes Mansion . The art, objects, and furnishings on display in Fenyes Mansion speak eloquently of the taste, discernment, interests, and wealth of the four generations who lived there beginning in 1907. But that is only a part of the story. Who were the men and women who cooked and cleaned, tended the gardens, and minded the children? Who were these people who ran the household with precision and efficiency in support of this lavish lifestyle?

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A Brighter Future for Children 2015 Gala

Taglyan Complex

1201 Vine Street, Los Angeles, 90007

7:30pm to 11:59pm

The Dream Builders Project is hosting its biggest event of the year-- the 2nd Annual "A Brighter Future for Children" gala on Thursday, March 5th at the Taglyan Cultural Complex.

The gala will be benefiting the Audrey Hepburn CARES Center at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. All proceeds generated at the event will go directly towards the expansion of the Audrey Hepburn CARES Center at Children's Hospital Los Angeles that provides medical expertise to reliably identify and treat the hundreds of children who are victims of abuse and neglect among the thousands of children who come through the hospital every year.

The event will feature a step and repeat red carpet, live performances, live art, a celebrity poker tournament, celebrity hosts, catered food and beverages, along with other surprise performances and appearances.

Tickets are available now on eventbrite:

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-dream-builders-project-presents-a-bright...

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The Brad Dutz 4tet

REDCAT

631 W. 2nd St., Los Angeles, CA 90012

8:30pm

Celebrated for bringing an airy, bright, thoroughly original instrumental palette to its blend of 21st-century acoustic chamber music, improvisation and free jazz, the quartet led by ace percussionist and composer Brad Dutz first came together at REDCAT 10 years ago. It features Dutz on marimba, vibes and all manner of hand percussion, Brian Walsh on clarinet and bass clarinet, Paul Sherman on oboe and English horn, and Chris Votek on cello, with their precise yet fluid contrapuntal work conjuring a vibrant sound like no other. Even as Dutz, one of the most sought-after session percussionists in L.A., forgoes the conventional grooves in favor of color and texture, the band always stirs up a brisk, propulsive swing.

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Friday, March 6

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