Garrison Theater

MSNBC’s All in with Chris Hayes in Conversation

In 2012, Chris Hayes published "Twilight of the Elites: America After Meritocracy," a prescient analysis of how Americans’ loss of trust in public institutions might lead to a political crisis. More

A Noise Within Theatre Company

Man of La Mancha

Set in a prison, the story-within-a-story of Don Quixote’s musical misadventures – rife with love, chivalry, and of course, four-armed giants – unfurls into something more transcendent: a beacon of hope in a dire world. More

Skirball Cultural Center

Streit’s: Matzo and the American Dream

In this documentary, feast your eyes on the inspiring history of Streit’s Matzo from the 1920s to today. Over five generations, the Streit’s family business has held firmly to tradition. More

Balch Auditorium

"How to Bake Pi" with Eugenia Cheng

There are few who are brave enough to spar with Stephen Colbert, and even fewer who would proclaim to a decidedly numbers-averse populace that math is both fun and relevant. Eugenia Cheng is the brazen mathematician who has taken on both the king of late-night comedy and algebraphobics. More

Occidental College

3rd LA | Youth Movement : Mayors Aja Brown and Robert Garcia

Occidental College's "3rdLA" is a series of public conversations about Los Angeles’ past, present and future as a place to live and work. Two of the youngest mayors in Southern California, Aja Brown and Robert Garcia represent a new generation of political leadership in the region. Aja Brown, mayor of Compton since 2013, and Robert Garcia, mayor of Long Beach since 2014 will discuss their own paths to election, the state of their cities and the opportunities and challenges of piloting cities in the shadow of giant Los Angeles. More

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The Penthouse of NoHo

The myth of "the starving artist”: Reimagining a career in the arts

Young people who dream of careers in the arts often hear skeptical questions from parents and other adults: “How are you going to pay the bills?” “You don’t want to be a starving artist, do you?” More

Museum of Latin American Art

March 2017 Events at MOLAA

March 2017 events at MOLAA include a panel discussion about the legacy of the Chicano Movement as it relates to the work of today’s emerging Latino and Chicano artists, a craft club where you can learn hand embroidery and common stitches, a night of West Coast swing dancing and lessons, a film screening about the life and death of Mexican-American journalist Ruben Salazar, and a book signing and discussion for "Mozlandia: Morrissey Fans in the Borderlands" More

Kidspace Children's Museum

March 2017 Events at Kidspace Children's Museum

March 2017 Events at Kidspace Children's Museum: More

Various Locations

Theodore Payne 2017 Native Plant Garden Tour

The Theodore Payne Native Plant Garden Tour is a unique adventure: a two-day self-guided journey through the Los Angeles region’s most beautiful and inspiring home landscapes. At each location, you’ll meet garden owners, designers, knowledgeable docents, and fellow gardeners. More

Garrison Theater

Maggie Nelson and Sarah Manguso in Conversation

Both Maggie Nelson and Sarah Manguso take on complex issues of gender, sexuality, family, and mothering by deploying forms and styles that are equal parts poetry and essay. In "The Argonauts," Nelson examines pregnancy and new motherhood, her partner’s gender transition, and the loss of a parent; in "Ongoingness: The End of a Diary," Manguso examines motherhood, a life’s record, and that record’s discontinuance. More