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Friday, January 21, 2011

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  LOCAL EVENTS: Beverly Hills


Beverly Hills Music in the Masion presents

Violinist: Tim Fain

Sun, Jan 23, 2 pm - Due to construction at Greystone, the 2011 Series will be relocated to the City of Beverly Hills Municipal Gallery

Avery Fisher Career Grant-winning Tim Fain is among elite young American violinists, and was featured in Symphony magazine's "Up and Coming" and STRAD magazine's "Pick of Up and Coming Musicians." As a soloist he has appeared with the Baltimore Symphony, New York Chamber Symphony (Alice Tully Hall), iPalpiti Orchestra (Disney Hall), and with the Philip Glass Ensemble at Carnegie Hall. Tickets: $15

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Public Works and Transportation hosts

Metro Westside Subway Extension Meeting

Mon, Jan 31, 6 pm - 8 pm - Roxbury Park - Auditorium, 471 S Roxbury Dr, Beverly Hills

Join Metro for the first round of community update meetings for this last planning phase of the project. Metro will provide stakeholders with background on the study to date, what community members can expect during the Final EIS/EIR and an overview of the anticipated subway construction process

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  Featured Events




January 19, 2011 - February 13, 2011
Downtown Burbank (Interstate 5 at Burbank Blvd.)
777 N. Front Street, Burbank
Tickets: $49 - $219

For the first time on stage, the equestrian arts are infused with unprecedented magic and emotion in Cavalia, an innovative multimedia extravaganza.

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New at the Los Angeles Zoo!

Discover “Elephants of Asia”

10:00 am - 5:00 pm every day (except Dec 25)
LA Zoo, 5333 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles

The state-of-the-art habitat is the largest in L.A. Zoo's history, with more than six acres of land that showcases the elephants and focuses on the rich connections between elephants and the cultures of Thailand, India, China and Cambodia.
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Presented by Tips on Trips and Camps

~ Summer Opportunities Fair ~

Sunday, Feb 6, 11 am-2 pm - Marymount High School
10643 Sunset Blvd. (across from UCLA)

Find the right overnight camp or teen program for your child at the FREE Tips on Trips and Camps Summer Opportunities Fair. Stroll through dozens of exhibits and meet the directors of camps and programs from around the country. It’s a one-stop-shop event to learn about all your Summer 2011 options! Camps, programs and teen experiences for ages 8–18. For assistance for next summer, or more fair information, contact Jill at (310) 202-8448 or email below.

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  This Week at The Getty & The Getty Villa


Free Admission Every Day.

Visit The Getty

1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles

The Getty Center presents the Getty's collection of Western art from the Middle Ages to the present against a backdrop of dramatic architecture, tranquil gardens, and breathtaking views.

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Free Admission Every Day

The Getty Villa Malibu

17985 Pacific Coast Highway, Pacific Palisades

The Getty Villa is an educational center and museum dedicated to the study of the arts and cultures of ancient Greece, Rome, and Etruria.

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  What's Cooking?



Tortellini Soup – Love in a Bowl!

A bowl of this would be perfect for a nippy January day.

Make the humble soup that gets a roar of approval on soup day at a local elementary school. Seriously, they sprint to the cafeteria when they smell this soup!

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  Local Family Fun


Downtown Los Angeles

World City - Chen Kuai Le Puppet Theater

Sat, Jan 22, 11 am - 12 noon - Walt Disney Concert Hall, W.M. Keck Foundation Children's Amphitheatre, 111 S. Grand Ave, Los Angeles

Chen Kuai Le Puppet Theater has devoted itself to the preservation of traditional arts and to the training of new generations of performers. The company, which includes Chiang's son and grandson, is accompanied by live traditional Taiwanese music and uses masterful puppet-manipulation skills and vivid narratives to present this enchanting art form. FREE, All tickets are free and are distributed on Grand Avenue at 2nd Street.

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A Certified Farmers' Market

Kid Zone with Pony Rides & Petting Zoo

Sun, Jan 23, 9 am - 1 pm - Beverly Hills Farmers' Market, 9300 Block of Civic Center Drive, Beverly Hills

Come to the Beverly Hills Farmers' Market with the family and visit the Kid Zone with petting zoo and pony rides (minimal fee) with surprise exotic animals. Live Entertainment: Panache Orchestra 10 am to 12:30 pm.

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Hammer Family Flicks presents


Sun, Jan 23, 11 am - Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Boulevard, Westwood

cult-classic and a veritable time-capsule of all things 1980s, The Goonies defined a generation and continues to cast its spell over all those that have come after. The secrets of its success lie in executive producer Steven Spielberg’s retro-fitting of the old school Saturday matinee adventure—pirate treasure, creepy bad guys, mysterious underground caves—for a contemporary pre-teen audience with a timeless mix of schlock and shock. Admission is FREE.

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A Family Benefit Concert

4th Annual Zimmerpalooza

Sun, Jan 23, 10 am - Zimmer Children's Museum, 6505 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 100, Los Angeles

Our 4th annual Zimmerpalooza Benefit Concert will feature acclaimed children's performer Lisa Loeb, magic with Justin Kredible, Funky Diva's, Anita Braids, Rhythm Child with Norm Jones, children's art experiences and a light brunch. Tickets start at $50.

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Hammer Museum presents

Anime Mythology: Superheroes vs. Dragons

Sun, Jan 30, Noon - Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Boulevard, Westwood

What would happen if you pitted superheroes against dragons? Voice actor, mythology scholar, and Anime expert Crispin Freeman will guide participants on a cross-cultural exploration of how mythology shapes archetypal heroes in animation and comics. Students are invited to create their own superhero team and decide for themselves the outcome of Superheroes vs. Dragons! Ages 8–13. Program FREE, Reservations are encouraged. Contact or call 310-305-8418.

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Beverly Hills Public Library

Register for Storytime

Registration begins: Tue, Jan 18 (Residents)
Mon, Jan 24 (Non-Residents)

These classes will engage children and their adult care givers in songs, rhymes, finger-plays, literacy skills, action games, and more to promote language acquisistion in a developmentally appropriate manner. Click below for registration & program information

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Backyard Fun

Lost Lizards of Los Angeles (LLOLA)

Go on a backyard lizzard safari.

The Natural History Museum is interested in finding out where lizards live in the Los Angeles region. To do this they need your help! All you need to do is follow some very easy steps to find, take pictures of, and then submit your information about lizards. By participating in LLOLA you'll be providing our scientists with valuable data to help them answer the question: Why don't lizards live in Exposition Park?

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  Local Film and Live Theatre


West Coast Premiere


Sat, Jan 22, 8 pm & Sun, Jan 23, 2 pm -The Ford, 2580 Cahuenga Blvd, East Hollywood

Without the aid of mechanical devices, we can only slip the bonds of Earth in our dreams and imaginations. But no one seems to have told that to Marshall "Free" Gunther, a floater who has to work at keeping himself tethered to the ground. A whimsical comedy that explores the boundaries of friendship and gravity. Runs through Feb 27.

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Musical Biography Film Series

Coal Miner's Daughter (1980)

Wed, Jan 26, 2 pm - Beverly Hills Public Library, 2nd Floor Auditorium, 444 N. Rexford Dr, Beverly Hills

CAST: Sissy Spacek, Tommy Lee Jones, Levon Helm. Biography of Loretta Lynn, a country and wester singer that came from poverty to fame. Bring your own snacks and enjoy a free movie.

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UCLA Film & Television Archive

Mixed Nuts: Vaudeville on Film

Sat, Jan 22, 7:30 pm (Monkey Business)
Sun, Jan 23, 7 pm (So Long Letty)
Sun, Jan 30, 7 pm (50 Million Frenchmen)
Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Westwood

The Archive is pleased to present a series that highlights vaudevillians on the big screen and the boisterous, unbridled brand of popular entertainment they brought to Hollywood. From acrobats to zither-players, vaudeville had it all as the preeminent form of theatrical entertainment in America for generations beginning in the 1840s.

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