Various Locations

CASA of Los Angeles Information Session

CASA of Los Angeles is hosting information sessions for those interested in learning more about becoming a trained and supervised court-appointed volunteer to advocate and mentor for an abused, abandoned or neglected child. In the information session you will learn how to become a CASA and have the opportunity hear from CASA staff members and current volunteers who have changed the lives of many children. More

Nuart Theatre

"Black Souls" Film

"Black Souls" is the tragedy of three brothers who are close to the ’Ndrangheta, a Mafia-style criminal organization similar to the Cosa Nostra. The story of this Calabrian criminal family unfolds like a western set in our own day, where the laws of blood and the vendetta take precedence over everything. More

Skirball Cultural Center

Are China And The U.S. On A Collision Course?

Are China and the US on a Collision Course? The future of the world in the 21st century may well hinge on the relationship between China and the United States. To fully understand this relationship we have put together some of America's foremost experts to examine the two countries' present and future together. On Saturday, May 2nd The PLATO Society presents a symposium on China – U.S. relations at the Skirball Center. Speakers will examine the two countries’ present and future together. More

Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits

NKLA Adoption Weekend

You can adopt your new best friend at NKLA Adoption Weekend. Meet over 1,000 dogs, cats, puppies and kittens for adoption from more than 50 Los Angeles rescues and shelters, Saturday and Sunday, May 2 and 3, 10 a. More

Gindi Auditorium at the American Jewish University

Film Screening and Discussion with Theodore Bikel and Leonard Maltin: "Theodore Bikel: In the Shoes of Sholom Aleichem"

Portraits of two beloved icons - Sholom Aleichem and Theodore Bikel - are woven together in the enchanting new documentary, "Theodore Bikel: In the Shoes of Sholom Aleichem" that reveals the wit, wisdom and talent the two men share. More

East West Players

The Who's "Tommy"

Deprived of sight, hearing and speech by the shock of what he had witnessed as a child, young Tommy Walker seems lost to life – until he reveals an uncanny talent for the game of pinball. More

Fusion Academy Pasadena

“The Teenage Brain”

Why do teens behave the way they do? Why can they be so disorganized, forgetful, risk taking, and challenging to parent? How can you better support and understand your adolescent? Fusion Academy will discuss what is happening in your teen’s brain, and offer suggestions on how to be an effective and patient teen parent. More

Web Meeting

Driving Energy Efficiency – Understanding New 2015 Hot Water Heater Rating Changes

New federal requirements for water heaters have significantly changed energy efficiency standards for residential water heating. Find out how this impacts overall energy usage and green house gas emissions as well as how it affects Orange County and Los Angeles homeowners. More

El Nido Family Centers

Skills for Teen Parents Workshop

Los Angeles Public Library is connecting families with Skills for Teen Parents, a program offering free workshops to teen parents interested in continuing their education, finding employment, obtaining health care, and managing personal finances. More

The Hudson MainStage Theatre

LOOPHOLES, A PAIN IN THE I.R.S. - A musical parody based on a true story in it's World Premiere at The Hudson Theatre!

A musical parody about the IRS, taxpayers and winning with an ironic twist. What's funny about the IRS. You'll find out when you see Loopholes, A Pain in the IRS. More