Thursday Nov 16 - Nov 17 @ 10:00 PM
Bassrush + Basscon present Must Die! & LNY TNZ at Exchange
Insomniac Events – Bassrush & Basscon present: MUST DIE! LNY TNZ Loadstar Red Shadow Purchase Tickets: (tickets on sale Friday 10/08 at 10AM PT) Exchange LA 618 S Spring St. Los Angeles, CA 90014 21+ // Doors open at 10pm
    Thursday Nov 16 - Nov 17 @ 10:00 PM
AC Slater x LED Present: Night Bass - Jack Beats, Stranger, Petey Clicks and Secret Guests
    Thursday Nov 16 - Nov 17 @ 10:00 PM
Nov 16th. Respect presents Spectrasoul @The Study
RESPECT Thursdays – T H U R S D A Y : N O V : 1 6 T H R E S P E C T presents 'HOW WE LIVE' ALBUM LAUNCH SPECTRASOUL DELA MOONTRIBE MACHETE MC DRE ************* [Presale Tickets] ************* R E S P E C T Drum & Bass Thursdays Strictly 21+ Doors 10pm - 2am $10 advance // $15 door Located @ The Study 6356 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA. 90028
    Thursday Nov 16 - Nov 17 @ 10:00 PM
Le Fete Deephouse Thursdays
The Argyle Hollywood – ::LA FETE DEEPHOUSE THURSDAYS:: Special Event with Deephouse, G-House, Hip-hop deephouse remixes, and more! Free hair styling bar by @CrimpByCayley Dj sets by Richard Wette, Rell the Soundbender, & James Larusso! Entrance on Selma Ave 6231 Selma Avenue, LA, CA 90028 21+ | 10pm-2am Table Reservations: 323-461-1600 |
    Thursday Nov 16 @ 10:15 PM
Loud Village
Hollywood Improv Comedy Club – $ 0.00 - $15.00 / Age 18 And Up Additional Info: Two item minimum purchase required.Preferred Seating Dining Option:Want preferred seating? Purchase a General Admission ticket with Dinner Reservation!Must arrive for dinner no later than ONE HOUR prior to show start time.Dinner satisfies the two item minimum.ALL SALES ARE FINALTicket Info:General Admission - first come, first seated.More than half of your party must be present to be seated.For Group Sales: email events.hollywood@improv.comGot Questions? CLICK HERE Tickets:
    Friday Nov 17 @ 8:00 AM
The Israel Conference 2017
Game Changers Corp
    Friday Nov 17 @ 9:00 AM
Symposium: End of Martial Law in Taiwan, 30th Anniversary
Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles – To celebrate and reflect at the 30th anniversary of the End of Martial Law in Taiwan, UCLA Center for Chinese Studies will be hosting a symposium on Friday, November 17, at the Charles E. Young Research Library, also featuring the screening of Taiwanese cinematic masterpiece Super Citizen Ko, a story immersed in the intricacies of the martial law period. Event: RSVP: Among many Asian societies, Taiwan stands out as a shining example of successful transition from a traditional and authoritarian society to a modern and democratic one, marked by the historic turning point known as the End of Martial Law in 1987. The three-part series symposium will cover the varying paths to cultural prosperity, community empowerment through focus on social morality, as well as specific achievements of Taiwan’s socio-political advancements since then. Culturally, Taiwan manages to preserve the essence of tradition while embracing diversity, individuality and creativity, leading to cultural prosperities in film, arts, music, museum, and creative industries. Socially, Taiwan made admirable progresses in strengthening social morality and developing a model civil society, consequently witnessed a rapid growth rate of positive societal forces. A group of leading Taiwanese and American scholars in these fields, including Fang-ming Chen(National Cheng-Chi Univ., Taiwan), Rwei-Ren Wu(Academia Sinica, Taiwan), Shelly Rigger(Davidson College), Michael Berry(UCLA), Shu-mei Shih(UCLA), Yunxiang Yan(UCLA), will engage the public through keynote speeches, panel presentations and roundtable dialogues, as well as an Q&A session led by Robert Chi(UCLA) after the concluding film screening of this daylong event, Super Citizen Ko. 1987?????????,????30???????????????????????????,????????????????????,????????UCLA??,?11?17?(??)?UCLA Charles Young??????????30??????,???????????????????????????????????,??????????????????????????????????????????????????,??????????????????????????? --- Symposium Program: 8:40 am - 9:00 am Registration 9:00 am -9:15am Opening remarks 9:15 am -10:45 am Round table on cultural prosperity Speakers: Professor Fang-Ming Chen(???), National Cheng-Chi Univ., Taiwan Professor Michael Berry, UCLA Chair: Professor Shu-mei Shih, UCLA 10:45-11:00 Coffee break 11:00 am - 12:15 pm Panel on Ccommunity empowerment Speakers: Dr. Rwei-Ren Wu(???), Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, Taiwan Professor Shelly Rigger, Davidson College Chair: Yunxiang Yan, UCLA 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm Keynote speech over light lunch Speaker: Professor Shelly Rigger, Davidson College 2:05 pm -4:05 pm Film screening: Super Citizen Ko(?????), directed by Wan Jen(??) 4:05 pm - 4:30 pm Post-screening Q & A with Professor Robert Chi, UCLA Shelley Rigger is a Professor in the Political Science and Chinese Studies Department in Davidson College. She is the author of Why Taiwan Matters: Small Island, Global Powerhouse (Rowman and Littlefield 2011) as well as two books on Taiwan's domestic politics, Politics in Taiwan: Voting for Democracy (Routledge 1999) and From Opposition to Power: Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (Lynne Rienner Publishers 2001). Fang-Ming Chen(???) was born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, in 1947. His is the Chair Professor of the Graduate Institute of Taiwanese Literature. His major in Taiwanese history and Taiwanese Literature. His publications include Revolution and Poetry (2017) and A History of Modern Literary History (2011). Rwei-ren Wu(???) is an Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Taiwan History. He recieved his Ph. D. in Politics from the University of Chicago. His specialty includes comparative politics, Asian nationalism, political history and history of political thoughts (modern Taiwan and Japan). Michael Berry is a Professor of Asian Languages and Cultures at UCLA. His areas of research include modern and contemporary Chinese literature, Chinese cinema, popular culture in modern China, and literary translation. He is the author of A History of Pain: Trauma in Modern Chinese Literature and Film Yunxiang Yan is a Professor of Social Anthropology and Director of Center for Chinese Studies at UCLA. His research interests include economic anthropology, social change and development, family and kinship, exchange theory, peasant study, and cultural globalization. He is the authored The Individualization of Chinese Society (Oxford: Bert. 2009) and Private Life under Socialism: Love, Intimacy, and Family Change in a Chinese Village, 1949-1999 (Stanford University Press 2003). Robert Chi is a Professor of Asian Languages and Cultures at UCLA. He studied at Yale University (BA) and Harvard University (MA, PhD). His teaching and research focus on Chinese cinema in all senses of that term. He has taught, researched, and published on a range of topics across China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan including public memory, visual culture, film exhibition, film music, documentary, and martial arts films. The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies is pleased to co-organize an international symposium at UCLA with the Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles. Sponsor(s): Center for Chinese Studies, Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library
    Friday Nov 17 - Jan 7 @ 10:00 AM
Reindeer Romp
Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens – Real reindeer are back in town and making the L.A. Zoo their home for the holidays! Visit them in Reindeer Village daily, with an additional flurry of fun on weekends including special entertainment and activities. Weekends include antler crafts from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., reindeer keeper talks at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., and holiday enrichment "gifts" for the animals (schedule coming soon). All included with admission or GLAZA membership. For an additional fee, professional photos with Santa will be available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekend days from November 18 through December 17. The Los Angeles Zoo is closed on December 25. Programming subject to change.
    Friday Nov 17 - Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Beat Camp
SAE Institute Los Angeles – **SAE Institute LA students ATTEND FREE with valid Student ID!** Beat Camp is a music creator weekend retreat consisting of interactive panels & workshops on Producer Branding // Management // Networking & Relationships //Songwriter & Producer Synergy // Sampling // Mixing, and much more… Our daytime content is presented by accredited producers, engineers, songwriters, and music business professionals, as well as your favorite music technology brands. Nighttime activities include the [istandard producer show], #PlugPlugPass Celebrity Beat Cypher, Behind The Rhymes iNterviews, iNfluence Awards, and much more. Previous panelists include; Metroboomin, Cardiak, Sonny Digital, S1, !llmind, Black Metaphor, Cardo, DJ Toomp, & Many More Learn more about the event here:
    Friday Nov 17 @ 11:30 AM
Interview Day for PharmD Fall 2018 Admission
USC School of Pharmacy – Interview sessions are held at USC School of Pharmacy for invited students who have applied to the PharmD Fall 2018 class. All interviews consist of two parts: an oral interview and a writing test. The purpose of the interview is to assess the candidates oral and communication skills, writing skills, leadership ability, and motivation or potential to be a successful pharmacist. All applicants offered an interview will be notified two to three weeks prior to the scheduled interviews. An interview acceptance confirmation is required. Interviews are rarely rescheduled. For more information, contact us at or 323.442.1466.
    Friday Nov 17 @ 11:30 AM
Story Time at the Fowler
Fowler Museum at UCLA – How can one young girl make a difference in the world? Join us for an interactive storytelling experience as we look, listen, and learn in our exhibition Africa/Americas. Children of all ages are invited to discover the true story of Wangari Maathai, environmentalist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, in Wangari’s Trees of Peace: A True Story from Africa (2008). At the end, a Museum Educator will lead families on a brief exploration of artworks related to the story. Story Time is a short format, informal storytelling program facilitated by Fowler educators from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm on the first and third Friday of each month. This event is free, no reservation required. Meet in the Fowler’s Lobby. Parking available in UCLA Lot 4, 221 Westwood Plaza, directly off Sunset Blvd | $12/day -- About the Exhibition Africa/Americas: Photographic Portraits by Pierre Verger presents 32 stunning black-and-white images by renowned French photographer and anthropological researcher Pierre Verger (1902–1996). It is the first solo museum exhibition of Verger’s work in the United States. Verger traveled extensively during his prolific career, and Africa/Americas includes photographs from the Republic of Benin, Brazil, Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Suriname, and the United States. His central focus, however, was the exploration of enduring continuities linking peoples and cultures of West Africa and the African Diaspora. Over the course of five decades, he took an estimated 65,000 photographs with his Rolleiflex camera, depicting individuals and groups in humanistic, light-drenched portraits. His approach to photography placed great emphasis on the beauty of the human form as encountered in scenes of everyday life.
    Friday Nov 17 - Nov 23 @ 12:00 PM
Justice League in Dolby Atmos
Regency Village and Bruin Theatres - Westwood, CA – Opening at the Village Theatre in Dolby Atmos! **TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE ON NOV. 14**
    Friday Nov 17 @ 1:00 PM
International Student Luncheon
The Los Angeles Film School – International Students are invited to a free lunch on 11/17 at 1:00pm, Room 1058 in BLDG2 ! RSVP by emailing!
    Friday Nov 17 @ 2:00 PM
Knitting Club
Los Angeles Public Library, Westwood Branch – Join the West LA Knitting Group for an afternoon of yarn and conversation. Bring your current project and a healthy snack to share with the group. Meet other knitters and crocheters and share your skills. All levels are welcome.
    Friday Nov 17 @ 4:00 PM
SWE Gets Spirited!
USC Society of Women Engineers – Take a break from studying and prepare for the UCLA game with your fellow SWEsters! We'll be making Cardinal and Gold hair ties and enjoying some seasonal snacks. Come for the free food and good company!
    Friday Nov 17 @ 5:00 PM
Immigration Law Workshop
Musicians Institute
    Friday Nov 17 @ 5:00 PM
Holiday In the Park Burbank
School of Rock Burbank – We'll be playing your favorite rock n' roll holiday tunes. Come by and say "hi!"
    Friday Nov 17 @ 5:30 PM
Lakers vs Suns
ESPN Los Angeles – Los Angeles Lakers vs Phoenix Suns at 7:30pm! Stop by our ESPN Los Angeles booth outside the Staples Center by the Magic Johnson Statue! Laker fans will have an opportunity to take photos with our Laker Player Cut-Outs and win prizes! Be sure to follow and tag @espnlosangeles in your photos!
    Friday Nov 17 - Jan 7 @ 6:00 PM
L.A. Zoo Lights
Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens – L.A.’s brightest holiday tradition returns, now more brilliant than ever! Make unforgettable holiday memories as you explore this wild wonderland of light under the stars at the beautiful L.A. Zoo. Along the way, view real reindeer, visit with Santa on select dates, and enjoy seasonal treats and goodies. For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit
    Friday Nov 17 @ 6:00 PM
Justice League at Regal L.A. LIVE!
L.A. LIVE – Be among the first to see your favorite heroes team up to save the world at Regal L.A. LIVE! Below are some exciting Justice League promotions that we are having! SPECIAL JUSTICE LEAGUE DOUBLE FEATURE Experience Wonder Woman and an early 6pm viewing of Justice League at the Justice League Double Feature at Regal Cinemas. Showtimes as follows: Wonder Woman (3pm) Justice League (6pm) SYNOPSIS Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's (Henry Cavill) selfless act, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) enlists newfound ally Diana Prince to face an even greater threat. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly awakened enemy. Despite the formation of an unprecedented league of heroes -- Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash -- it may be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions. SPECIAL GROUP RATES Book groups of 10 or more and save $2 on each individual ticket! Call 213-742-7143 or email Chase Patton at for details.