Noor Sofia Ballroom

Lunch and Learn: Branding and marketing your business, with Meg Gill of Golden Road Brewing

Southern California Public Radio invites you to Lunch and Learn: Branding and Marketing Your Business, featuring Meg Gill, President & Co-Founder at Golden Road Brewing. More

USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism

Global Millennials and the Changing World Order

How does the millennial generation see the world around them? How do their views differ from their elders? And what kind of impact will these perceptions have on the future of international relations? More

La Luz de Jesus Gallery

The Coaster Show: Annual L.A. Beer Week Tie-In Show & Harold Fox “On the Fringe of the Mundane”

La Luz de Jesus Gallery presents The Coaster Show: Annual L.A. Beer Week Tie-In Show. Also on exhibition, Harold Fox's paintings are vivid reminiscences of a bygone era. If Charles Bukowski used paintbrushes instead of a typewriter, the outcome might look something like this. But there’s also a bit of Steinbeck and Hemingway and a whole lot of Nightmare Alley. More

Various Locations

Angel City Jazz Festival

The 2014 Angel City Jazz Festival is September 19th to the 28th. The 2014 theme "Full Circle" highlights their commitment to L.A.'s jazz community, and their return to Barnsdall Art Park, the site of the first festival in 2008. Artists include NEA Jazz Masters Anthony Braxton and Toshiko Akiyoshi, and jazz luminaries Craig Taborn, Wadada Leo Smith, Bobby Bradford, Vinny Golia, Azar Lawrence, Michael White, Araun Ortiz, Youn Sun Nah, and many others. More

Brookside Park

Wiggle Waggle Walk

The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA’s 16th annual Wiggle Waggle Walk is a community dog walk at Pasadena’s Brookside Park adjacent to the Rose Bowl. The event will raise funds to provide food, shelter and medical care to homeless animals. In addition to the walk, the Pasadena Humane Society presents a Pet Expo and Fair with shows, food trucks, K-9 demonstrations, children’s activities and an array of vendors. More

Henry Hwang Theater

Animals Out of Paper

Written by Rajiv Joseph, the Pulitzer- finalist for “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo.” In this comedy- drama, called “pitch- perfect” by the NY Times, when a world-renowned origami artist opens her studio to a teenage prodigy and his school teacher, she discovers that life and love can’t be arranged neatly in this drama about finding the perfect design. More

Falcon Theatre

Impro Theatre’s "The Western UnScripted"

Using only their wits and audience suggestions, Impro Theatre saddles up and rides headlong into the dangerous high chaparral of places like Tombstone and Deadwood to create a new-fangled full-length play in the style of the great film westerns of John Ford and Howard Hawks. More

CicLAvia – Heart of LA

The car-free event allows people to explore the city by foot, bike, skates, or any other non-motorized means of transportation. CicLAvia - Heart of LA revisits downtown LA and Chinatown, and goes through entirely new areas like Echo Park, the Historic Broadway Theater District, and all the way through Boyle Heights. For the first time, the route heads into the County of Los Angeles as it ventures into East Los Angeles. More

Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

The Australian Ballet: Graeme Murphy’s "Swan Lake"

"Swan Lake" comes to Los Angeles this October with a new production from The Australian Ballet, set to Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s score and performed by live orchestra. This engagement of "Swan Lake" has a special significance to Los Angeles as well. In 1966, The Music Center presented Rudolf Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn with The Australian Ballet on the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion stage. Now, in celebration of The Music Center’s 50th Anniversary, Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center brings back the dance company with their re-imagining of the classical ballet "Swan Lake." More