Nov 1 Halloween Hangover Brunch; Taste on Melrose Cure your Halloween hangover with a brunch filled with fried chicken, French toast and a Day of the Dead Shake—trust us, you’ll need it.
Nov 7 Hard Core Cider Tour; Brookside Park Take a break from beer with this traveling tour dedicated entirely to cider.
Nov 10 Cur-ATE Dinner Series; LACMA Attend an intimate gallery tour followed by a German-inspired meal at LACMA's last iteration of Cur-ATE this year.
Until Nov 15 To Live and Dine in L.A.; Los Angeles Central Library Delight in a collection of rare, first-edition menus from restaurants that have long since shuttered before this exhibition, too, goes away.
Nov 21 Art of Charcuterie; Café Pinot Learn how to de-bone, marinate and prep charcuterie plates; this particular class focuses on a Kaese Krainerwurst with mustard.
ARTS & CULTURE
Nov 1-Mar 6 Rain Room; LACMA Step into the rain without ever getting wet when this blockbuster installation opens at LACMA.
Nov 4-7 Kathy Griffin: Like a Boss; Mark Taper Forum See Kathy Griffin bring her stand-up tour to the area for four nights of laughs.
Nov 6 Sleepless: The Music Center After Hours; Music Center Spend a late night at the Music Center and watch as the beloved Downtown cultural space transforms into an interactive performance space.
Nov 7 Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host; The Theatre at Ace Hotel Attend an encore performance of this choreographed storytelling show with dancers Monica Bill Barnes and Anna Bass and public radio spirit animal Ira Glass.
Nov 11 Eugene Mirman; Largo Watch the whimsical stand-up celebrate the release of his new album, I'm Sorry (You're Welcome).
Nov 5 Angels Flight Fundraiser; Million Dollar Theater See the 1951 remake of the classic Fritz Lang crime thriller M, a version that just so happened to be filmed on Bunker Hill.
Nov 7 Thelma & Louise screening; Electric Dusk Drive-In Watch these iconic babes go out in a blaze of glory from the comfort of your own, not-careening-down-a-cliff car.
Nov 1-30 Red Bull Sound Select 30 Days in LA ; Various locations Catch cheap (or free!) live music events every single night this month, from up-and-comers like Mick Jenkins to heavy-hitters like Flume and TV On the Radio.
Nov 3 Fuzz; The Observatory Check out Ty Segall’s psych-infused stoner-rock band at the Observatory.
Nov 14 Outpost Festival; Downtown Santa Ana Attend this one-day music fest, which combines indie tunes (Tijuana Panthers, Delta Spirit, Blonde Redhead), tasty beer, top-notch food trucks (Kogi BBQ, Poke Hut) and even a pop-up market from Atwater boutique Individual Medley.
Nov 22 Mr Little Jeans; El Rey Find out what all the hype is about when this Norwegian songstress takes the stage to debut tracks from her electro-pop album Pocketknife.