New Original Works Festival 2014

The annual three-week NOW Festival is back with eight new original works by Los Angeles dance, theater, music and multimedia performing artists. Each summer REDCAT celebrates the vitality of Los Angeles' vibrant and growing community of artists making work for the stage. More

La Luz de Jesus Gallery inside the Soap Plant / Wacko Complex

Billy’s Thursday Night Fishfry & Community Social #19

On the last Thursday of each month, Billy Shire and friends present "Billy’s Fish Fry and Community Social" at underground pop culture space Wacko / La Luz de Jesus Gallery. This month’s edition features a diverse grouping of music and spoken word artists including Jerry Stahl, Dan Fante and T.S.O.L.’s Joe Wood. More

California Plaza

"Les Triplettes De Belleville" Screening with Live Score

Grand Performances presents the beloved French animated film "Les Triplettes De Belleville" + a live score led by the original composer for a summer rendezvous. More

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Just Add Water: The Discussions

"Just Add Water: The Discussions," is a series of talks that focus on the hot– and sometimes– cold topic of water and the most important water issues that are faced in Southern California. Moderated by Jon Christensen, editor of "Boom," the series kicks off Thursday, July 11 and runs through August 7. More

Norton Simon Museum

In the Land of Snow: Buddhist Art of the Himalayas

"In the Land of Snow: Buddhist Art of the Himalayas" is the Norton Simon Museum’s first large-scale exhibition of Himalayan Buddhist art, bringing together exceptional Indian, Nepalese and Tibetan Buddhist sculptures along with significant thangka (flat field) paintings from throughout the Himalayan region. More

Ezra Jack Keats Foundation

Skirball Cultural Center

"The Snowy Day" and the Art of Ezra Jack Keats

You can enter the evocative world of the groundbreaking children’s book author and illustrator Ezra Jack Keats, whose Caldecott Award-winning book "The Snowy Day" paved the way for multiracial representation in American children’s literature. Ranging from preliminary sketches and preparatory books to final paintings and collages, the works displayed in the exhibition explore a life and career that became an inspiration for generations. More

2014 Drought Advisory

The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California offers the reminder that the current drought is one of the most severe in California history. You can find more information about the drought, water saving tips, and cost-reducing options. More

USC Health Science Campus

Clinical Study: Dose Optimization for Stroke Evaluation (DOSE)

The DOSE study at USC's Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy is about rehabilitation of arm function after a stroke. The investigators are testing the dosage of therapy that is needed for meaningful recovery of arm and hand function. Eligible candidates must have had a stroke affecting the use of an arm or hand at least 6 months ago. More