900 W. Olympic Blvd, 24th Floor, Los Angeles, 90015
5:30pm to 10:00pm
Chinese New Year Celebration
February 10 - 19, 2016
Celebrate Chinese New Year with traditional cuisine in the form of a 6-course tasting menu and an 8-course tasting menu. In addition, those who dine with us during Chinese New Year will get to select a red envelope from our Wish Tree, each offering a proverb or special gift. Reservations are highly recommended.
Call 213-743-8824 to book your reservation.
24626 Kansas St., Santa Clarita, 91321
6:00pm to 9:00pm
$35 per person
Our subject is Lips with Lollipop
Dress Code casual chic with an accent color of RED (NO jeans please).
Valentine's day is most celebrated event in the world.
Everyone celebrates their appreciation and LOVE for someone special.
LOVE is LOVE, come to celebrate the LOVE of your life, the LOVE of yourself or the LOVE of a friend and most specially the LOVE of life and that special someone in your life.
Life is beautiful surrounded with LOVEd ones.
Let's make this day a day to remember.
Add one more beautiful memory with your ❤️
Everyone is welcome
Come with your friends, Date and Family to unleash your inner creativity with enjoyable relaxing atmosphere.
Lidya’s Fine Art Classes.
24626 Kansas St.
Santa Clarita, CA 91321
Anyone can paint! No art experience required! Come, paint, have fun.
Wednesday 10 February
$35 per person, 3 hours of personal instruction by the professional artist Lidya Tchakerian to create and finish your painting, includes all painting supplies, beverages and snacks.
Call Lidya @ 1(661) 600-5842 to reserve your spots
9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Lionel Richie, an artist whose career encompasses significant creative accomplishments, including four GRAMMY Awards®, and charitable work, will for the first time appear in conversation at The Wallis. The evening will feature the 2016 MusiCares® Person of the Year honoree as he shares his journey up close and personal with his fans.
6400 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, 90028
James Supercave celebrates the white vinyl indie-exclusive release of their new album Better Strange (Fairfax Recordings), with a live set and signing at Amoeba Hollywood. The CD and regular LP versions are out February 12th.
See them at Resident (downtown L.A.) February 11th.
It is not easy to know James Supercave. Their web presence is clipped and understated. Coming from a firm belief that the music speaks for itself, Supercave's debut album, Better Strange, is the only introduction they’ll allow.
Better Strange affirms Supercave as both figment and figurehead for a genre not yet defined, exploiting the edge of the pop idiom, cheating in psych-rock with thick, low end grooves normally reserved for funk and soul.
This is the hustle. In Better Strange, James Supercave is patent leather lounge singer on one track (“With You”) gone Bowie in the next (“The Right Thing.”) Aloof and glam-centric until moments of biting commentary, winking jabs at corporations (“Chairman Gou”) and frustrated anthems angled at the internet native (“Virtually a Girl”). Between nagging synth, shape shifting vocal timbre and lurching bass, the record is flecked with strange—but, as James Supercave proves, things are so much better strange.
Production-wise, Better Strange is glassy, but not manufactured thanks to the analog, “more room, less computer” ethos of Fairfax Recordings. Supercave’s debut LP, Better Strange, releases on February 12, 2016 via Fairfax Recordings.
8818 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90069
A racially fueled incident exposes the fissures that sit beneath the surface of friendships and families, triggering significantly more damage than the earthquake that separates them. Whisper and Odelia are eleven-year-old girls who find refuge in the quiet corner of innocent friendship. Their Southern California homes each play host to an undercurrent of secrets. For Whisper that means a fractured mother returning from rehab, for Odelia a brother whose absence is laced with mystery. Race had no real place in the playful friendship of the white Whisper and the black Odelia until a terrifying encounter brings prejudice to the forefront of their lives, opening their young hearts to ill-begotten emotion. A violent earthquake further tears the world as they know it apart. Can hope and innocence be restored? An heirloom timepiece, a curious old woman and an unlikely hero join the girls as they search for their families and understanding among the rubble. A powerful story of race and redemption by novelist Patti Davis.
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7:00pm to 10:30pm
In a show that evokes Judy Garland, Burt Bacharach and Dionne Warwick, the exquisite Maggy Simon sizzles in timeless jazz, Broadway and popular classics with a voice that fills the room with ardent, romantic affection. In this special pre-Valentine’s show, the Catalina Jazz Club invites all romantics with or without companions to celebrate the annual celebration of love.
Maggy is a whirlwind of energy and pizzazz! John Seitz, Senior Editor of the Beverly Hills Courier, says Maggy is “Incredible!” and Les Traub of Cabaret Scenes Magazine said of Maggy’s February 2015 show: “Maggy Simon handled ambitions arrangements in stride… DELIGHTFUL!”
Doors open at 7:00pm for dinner
Show starts at 8:30pm
Valet parking available