On Saturday, November 23, 2019 at 2:00 p.m., the Institute of Musical Arts welcomes back the eleventh installment of our WOMEN’S VOICES Storytelling Concert Series, with their performance, “Fathers, Daddies, & Papas”. It appears that TV commercials are just now discovering that fathers are parents too, but we have always known it. Four friends who have gathered to celebrate a birthday, share memories of their fathers, after the "birthday girl" shows off a piece of jewelry given to her by…See More
On Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 2:00 p.m., the Institute of Musical Arts welcomes back our very own Storyteller Barbara H. Clark in her solo concert, “They Still Walk Among Us”.This spooky show was first presented to a sold out crowd at the Ray G. Clark Theater in 2013, and are some of Barbara’s best stories. We are delighted to have its revival launch our 10th storytelling season.There are many things in life that defy rational explanation, things we don’t understand. But the fact that we…See More
I am a USC grad who practices probate law and runs a small theater and tea room/event space in the Crenshaw District. We specialize in storytelling concerts, audio recordings, Afternoon Tea, Tapas parties, and other celebratory events.
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The harbor tour is the most inexpensive way to get out on the water on a beautiful day.
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Announced on July 20, the California Interscholastic Federation has postponed all sports in the Fall semester, making the high school sports season to start as early as December 2020.The three traditional seasons - Fall, Winter and Spring - are now tentatively scheduled to be condensed together between December and June into two seasons, Fall and Spring, due to the…See More
Hip Hop Artist Seven Da Pantha breaks down his Latest EP "K4G 1.5" w/ Mistah Wilson + Why Every Musician Should Use Bandcamp + Figg Newton: The Hardest Blood Rapper Out Right Now + Ajane + Ralph Rabago + Fikayo Aderoju + Dylan Spangler + Davon Michel + Salah Amrani + Éleven Khade + Leonne Brito + much more...See More
Despite the fact that fireworks are banned in Los Angeles and many of its sister cities, they really know how to do the Fourth of July right. My wife loves firework displays. In LA alone, we've seen fireworks from the Colorado St. bridge in Pasadena for the Rose Bowl show and from the deck of a home in the Palos Verdes hills watching the panorama from Carson's Home Depot to San Pedro's Queen Mary. We watched the Culver City show with neighbors from a bridge over Ballona Creek. Nothing beats…See More