Andrew Solomon in Person to Introduce New Documentary

 Special Opening Weekend Q&A with Andrew Solomon

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We had a sneak peek of a new documentary inspired by the work of noted author, Andrew Solomon and recommend that interested viewers book seats at the theater where …

7.6.18

Match the Museum: Summer 2018

The weather is gorgeous today, but a heat wave is headed our way. Why not duck into an air-conditioned museum to escape for a few hours? Here's a round-up to help you match your mood to the excellent shows in town right now.
7.5.18

The Power of Puppets

 

A new exhibition at the Skirball Cultural Center offers a fun, inter-generational adventure – one in which puppets connect memories and shared ideals between kids and adults. Who among us does not have an intense childhood connection to a …

7.4.18

Subscriber Giveaway: Ironbound at The Geffen

In support of great theater in LA, we have procured a Friends Four Pack to give away for the Tuesday, February 20 performance (8:00 pm). The giveaway includes seats to a “talk back” after the performance, an opportunity to learn more about the play and the production.
2.7.18

Media Landscape 2018 (+ 2 new Century City activities)

Media Trends 2018

I’ve spent the last two days at the Digital Entertainment World conference in Marina del Rey, and caught up on the state of media and technology right now. Here are a few headlines: Cord cutting is on …

2.7.18

Mary and the Witch’s Flower at the Aero

This weekend at The Aero, bring the family to see a new anime film from alumni of Studio Ghibli. Mary and the Witch's Flower is based on a popular 1971 book "The Little Broomstick", and is recommended by Common Sense as 8+
1.17.18

PST: LA/LA at the Skirball Cultural Museum

The Skirball has two intriguing exhibits in the citywide art survey Pacific Standard Time and it’s worth a trip up the hill to see both at one of our favorite museum venues in LA.

The first show is called Another

11.8.17

Ken Gonzales-Day Murals at the Skirball

Kids like big things that they can see and (perhaps) relate to. And anything out of the norm tends to catch their eyes. For instance, murals on buildings - anything with a pop of color, especially if seeming to allude to a language akin to cartoons, can and will arrest their attention.
10.11.17

Pumas in our Midst

I was wandering around the LA Times Festival of Books last weekend (which was terrific, by the way, and much more fun than I remember from years past), and came across a fabulous booth dedicated to the mountain lions of …

5.1.17