Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Weekly What To Do: Try Some LA Restaurants or Drive-Ins


Now -March 14th
 Need a break from cooking? Over 260 restaurants are creating special lunches and dinners across L.A. just for you. This season, they're offering take-out, delivery and outdoor dining experiences to meet your needs.

From today until Sunday, March 14, enjoy lunches starting at $15 and dinners at $25. Order from your local restaurants today.


NHM FIRST FRIDAYS Connected: March
Friday, March 5, 2021 at 6pm 
First Fridays Connected, the virtual series, returns with a new format but still bringing you lively discussions, DJ sets, and live music performances wherever you may be. Hosted and Moderated by neuroscientist and science communicator, Dr. Yewande Pearse (February, March) and biomedical scientist and international advocate for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) inclusion, Dr. Knatokie Ford (April, May, June). This season we'll explore Los Angeles at the Intersections.

Laemmle Virtual Cinema on Mar 5th
*The latest dark comedy to hit America from Quentin Dupieux, creator of Rubber. It's gonna get weird.

Synopsis: Louis just found the corpse of a man in front of his apartment building. Taken into custody by Captain Buron, he finds himself on the wrong end of a surreal interrogation. But how can you prove you are innocent when the cops are crazy?

Friday, March 5, 2021 at 6pm 
Titmouse 5-Second Animation Night is an annual tradition that gives Titmouse animators the chance to bring to life whatever strange/beautiful/disturbing/funny ideas they've had as a short-format cartoon. Tonight the studio opens up the screening of these short-form gems to friends, neighbors and fans and adds in a selection of rarities from the studio’s vaults.

Look Toward the Future, but Not So Far As To Miss Today
Opening Reception with the Artists: 
Saturday, March 6, 2021 
 *scheduled visitation only
Thinkspace Projects 
4217 W. Jefferson Blvd.
 Los Angeles, CA 90016

Thinkspace Projects is pleased to present Nigerian-born multidisciplinary artist Ken Nwadiogbu’s first solo exhibition in the United States. ‘UBUNTU’ is an ideology of humanity, often translated as “I am because we are.” In twenty new hyperrealist works, Nwadiogbu investigates representation through a focal-point of eyes as a means of discovering and revelation. Thinkspace Projects is pleased to present this new solo exhibition from artist Fumi Nakamura. ‘Look Towards the Future, But Not So Far As To Miss Today’ is a new body of work depicting flora and fauna. Each element is carefully selected to represent elements of life, memory, body and soul. Nakamura pulls from the subconscious, using metaphor and imagery to create striking pieces.
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