We curate an L.A. weekend itinerary of the city’s best concerts, culture and cuisine, every week, just for you.
Dance among dinosaurs during First Fridays at the Natural History Museum. Tonight’s after-hours highlights include an L.A. history tour, a panel discussion on L.A.’s architectural future and performances by Earth Girl Helen Brown and Homeshake.
Listen to an empowering panel of speakers, including Michelle Obama, Jane Fonda, Connie Britton and Rowan Blanchard, during the United State of Women, an inspiring summit at the Shrine to break down the barriers that stand between women and equality.
Grab your finest derby hat—or don’t, because expert milliner Gladys Tamez will be there showcasing some at the party—and head to Redbird for the inaugural Derby Day Party in the Garden, complete with live bluegrass, crab cakes, biscuits, deviled eggs and fried chicken.
Head to the Hammer Museum for the final day of “Stories of Almost Everyone”. This very meta exhibition examines the relationship between a piece of art’s inherent narrative and the meaning suggested by its display within an institution.
If you’re still hungry, make your way over to Venice for Feastly’s Song & Tonic Cocktail Dinner, a 10-course menu with cocktail pairings, which all tell the story of the city through live music, food and drink.
Wrap up your weekend at the Regent Theater during Stories Of: Jealousy. Listen to Shirley Manson, Aparna Nancherla, Madame Gandhi and others share their personal experiences during this quarterly storytelling event.
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