Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Just Add Water: The Discussions, Water Wars

"No matter how you pour it – for your coffee in the morning or on your lawn at night – water plays a vital role to our lives in Southern California. But what was once considered plentiful is now in short supply. More

Trattoria Neapolis Italian Restaurant & Bar

Craft Cocktail Class: Series to Benefit AIDS Service Center

Trattoria Neapolis is teaming up with AIDS Service Center to present this craft cocktail class with Head Bartender Kris Doyle. You can learn to make (and sample) four cocktails each paired with a bar bite. Event Series to Benefit AIDS Service Center More

Griffith Observatory

Griffith Observatory: All Space Considered

"Griffith Observatory holds this exciting, FREE public program on the first Friday of every month in the Leonard Nimoy Event Horizon. Join the Observatory's curatorial staff as they examine and explain the most-talked-about subjects in astronomy and space science. 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

Glendale

Tree People: Drought Response Park Tree Care

"TreePeople's Alex Villalta needs you to roll up your sleeves and get to work. We'll be deep watering and mulching the trees in this urban park. Because of their ability to lessen evaporation and to harvest rainwater, LA’s tree canopy is an important line of defense in decreasing the impact of drought. 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

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Just Add Water: The Discussions, Some Like it Hot

"No matter how you pour it – for your coffee in the morning or on your lawn at night – water plays a vital role to our lives in Southern California. But what was once considered plentiful is now in short supply. More

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The Crawford Family Forum

John Dean and 'The Nixon Defense'

The Watergate scandal still resonates 40 years after the historic resignation of a sitting United States president. In light of the revelations about the NSA’s widespread surveillance program, it has taken on new significance. More

REDCAT

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

California Endowment Center for Healthy Communities

Perinatal Support Specialist Training

Training and certification for perinatal health workers to provide pregnant women and new mothers emotional support, education and advocacy during pregnancy, childbirth and the immediate postpartum period. More