We curate an L.A. weekend itinerary of the city’s best concerts, culture and cuisine, every week, just for you.
Looking to watch the opening ceremonies of the Olympics? Hole up in one of these bars across the city where you can watch the Winter Olympics.
Acquaint yourself with over 100 works from one of America’s most iconic living artists as “Jasper Johns: ‘Something Resembling Truth’” opens at the Broad. Though advance reservations are already sold out for the weekend, a limited number of standby tickets will be available.
Spend an evening at Frogtown’s premier (and only?) alfresco comedy show as the monthly Frogtown Show comes to the riverfront Spoke Bicycle Cafe. Tonight’s lineup includes Mary Lynn Rajskub as well as Jak Knight, one of our L.A. comedians to watch in 2018.
Take your pick between a pair of late-night, over-the-top soirees. Celebrate the macabre work of writer and illustrator Edward Gorey at the annual Edwardian Ball, with an off-kilter costume party and dance at the Globe Theatre. Or feast on unlimited oysters and an open bar during Disco Dining Club’s 3 Year Anniversary Gala at the Deco Building.
Shop and browse five centuries of rare volumes at the Pasadena Convention Center during the California International Antiquarian Book Fair, which this year celebrates the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
Head to Dodger Stadium—no, baseball’s not back quite yet—for the final night of Luzia. For Cirque du Soleil’s latest spectacle, the French-Canadian circus troupe looks south to Mexico for inspiration.
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