Friday is Liz Glynn: The Myth of Getting it Right the First Time at LACMA at 7:30 p.m.
As third grade teachers, for many years we have taken our students to the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum in a wooded setting at the top of Topanga Canyon. Luckily, everyone in Los Angeles can experience what we have witnessed year after year.
Saturday is Kaz Oshiro from 6-8 p.m.
Sometimes great pieces of original art take their own sweet time, as is the case with Assisted Living -- which should have Los Angeles theatre-goers sending a new batch of fan mail Winnie Holzman and Paul Dooley's way.
On Wednesday evening, I attended a production of David Mamet's play American Buffalo at the wondrous Geffen Playhouse -- the first such production in L.A. in a dozen years.
It's sunny out, which means one thing: sno-balls at the Deli at Little Dom's. Starting today, the Los Feliz deli will have the finely shaved ice treat in raspberry, blueberry, coconut cream and almond cream, with housemade syrups and fresh fruit for toppings.
We here at Broke Girl's Guide know that your #1 priority this weekend is probably seeing whether your early longshot pick ends up winning the Final Four, in which case we highly recommend posting up at one of our favorite sports bars for meeting men, er, watching sports.
If you're born and raised in Southern California and enjoy exploring the city, here are three must try activities as we approach summer.
Sure, it's Grilled Cheese Month, but apparently it's also Pretzel Month, which is a big deal at Tom Bergin's. Throughout the entire month get one of the famous soft pretzels paired with three seven-ounce beers for $9.
With its rich music background, L.A. offers a plethora of concert venues, but we've narrowed down the offerings to three of the best venues that feature unique experiences for concerts in Los Angeles.
Miles of soft sand, swaying palm trees, and the lure of the sparkling ocean make the City of Angels a magnet for surf-and-sun devotees. Yet with over 90 beaches in Los Angeles County, it can be difficult for visiting families to know where to begin.
Today is the Art and Queer Culture Book Launch. It starts at 6 p.m.
The weekend is almost upon us, which means we can close our computers for a bit and enjoy the world beyond the office for once. Planning to do exactly that, we have plotted a busy weekend full of varied diversions accordingly.
We're obviously excited it's almost the weekend, but we're also wondering if we should be feeling some type of existential angst about the fact that life seems to be passing us by so quickly... Nah.
Sunday is the Ed Ruscha: Reception and Book Signing, Art Catalogues at LACMA from 4-6 p.m.