Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Weekly What To Do: The Week Starts On Friday Now


Fri, Feb 26, 2021, 6:00 PM PST
 $5 – $10
Your favorite sketch comedy current affairs drinking game show. 40 questions about the events of the last 7 days, while we all drink 40s.

Starts Friday, Feb 26
What's it like in a Brazilian Supermarket? Probably like a classy looking doc.
Check out our review of the film.


The Art of Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales (Artists Panel)
Opening Reception / Feb 27, 11:00AM - 1:00PM

Nucleus celebrates the Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales game and the launch of the art book by having a livestream / Q & A. Tune in to hear from some of the artists and creators and get a peek behind the scenes of the awesome new game!

On February 27 at 11:00AM PST, Nucleus will be hosting a live 2 hour Q&A with the some of the artists behind Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales via TWITCH
Access to the panel is FREE just use this LINK to tune in.


Feb 26, 2021 7:00 PM
Free, Must RSVP
Followed by a Live Discussion with Dr. Rebekah McKendry & Elric Kane, Hosts of Fangoria's Colors of the Dark Podcast.

In between his cult hit debut ACCIÓN MUTANTE and proudly depraved PERDITA DURANGO, writer/director Álex de la Iglesia delivered the international smash that remains one of the best horror comedies of our time: When a rogue priest (Álex Angulo of PAN’S LABYRINTH) discovers the exact date The Antichrist will be born, he’ll enlist a Death Metal record store clerk (Santiago Segura of KILLER BARBYS) and a cheesy TV psychic (Armando De Razza) for an urban spree of “gore, sacrilege and twisted humor” (San Francisco Examiner) to prevent the Apocalypse by summoning Satan himself. Terele Pávez (800 BULLETS) co-stars in this “classic of modern Spanish cinema” (Screen Anarchy) – winner of 6 Goya Awards including Best Director – now restored in 4k from the original negative.

Starts Friday, Feb 26, Noon
Our newest installment of LApel Pins, curated once again by Midnight Dogs, opens online. So many great enamel pins available starting at Noon PT Friday. Don’t miss out...


From Los Angeles to the hills of East Tennessee, this concert features an evening of awe-inspiring American roots music. Performing from the Skirball’s Taper Courtyard, Joachim Cooder delivers an airy and atmospheric performance alongside his legendary father, Ry Cooder. 
CHG’s seven-artist show opens (virtually) on Saturday, February 27th in the Main Gallery, alongside a solo show from Luke Chueh, entitled Intensive Purposes, in Gallery 2. Corey Helford Gallery is located at 571 S. Anderson St. Los Angeles, CA 90033, and normal hours are Tuesday – Saturday, from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm.
Luke Chueh-In reference to End of Evangelion
Seven is called the number of completeness and CHG’s February show promises a complete view of the latest in New Contemporary art: Andy Adamson's ceramics bring his unique sense of humor to pop culture's favorite characters, Helice Wen's beautiful figurative paintings capture moments of fragility and intimacy rarely seen, kozyndan's delightful paintings on Japanese scrolls offer a fresh new take on ‘nihonga,' Rodolfo Loaiza's works take the taboos of reality and inject them into the idealized world of Disney, the topsy turvy world portrayed in Travis Lampe's paintings is a trip out of pandemia, Yang Cao takes us high above with new additions to his dreamy "Clouds" portraits, and Zoé Byland revisits the past in her haunting monochromatic portrayals that merge vintage with contemporary. 
Saturday, February 27

Bob Baker Day is an annual celebration of BBMT founder Bob Baker. Born February 9th in Los Angeles, Bob lived for 90 years (1924-2014) and in that time created the wonderful world of the Bob Baker Marionette Theater that has dazzled generations of Angelenos.An annual celebration of art, music, community, and of course, puppets, it has never been easier to explore LA through the lens of Bob Baker delight. As the city unfolds through the platform.

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