Wednesday Feb 21 - Feb 22 @ 10:00 PM
Clinic with Harvard Bass + Pilo (Turbo Rec. Showcase)
Clinic Wednesdays – Clinic presents Harvard Bass (Turbo Recordings Showcase) on Wednesday, February 21st at Station1640. ?? Celebrating Monsieur Frazier's birthday. ?? Mexican-American bad-boy Victor ‘Harvard Bass’ has always brought together the raw appeal of American booty with the style and function of European ass. His sound has earned him in-crew-sion in Seth Troxler’s Tuskegee posse, Green Velvet’s Relief Records, and of course Tiga's Turbo. With years of releases under his belt, he’s maintained an impressively consistent voice. Lineup: Harvard Bass PILO Monsieur Frazier • RSVP: (Discount w/ RSVP before 11PM - Full cover after. • Ticketing: Pre-sale tickets: $15 - Door tickets: $20 • $350 VIP Table Service includes: 5 complimentary admissions, 1 premium bottle, variety of mixers, and tax + tip. Purchase of additional bottles, increases amount of complimentary admissions. For VIP tables & bottles: 323-464-2065 • FREE admission w/ complimentary bottle of Champagne for birthdays • 21+ w/ ID
    Wednesday Feb 21 @ 10:00 PM
Whitney Cummings at the Hollywood Improv
Hollywood Improv Comedy Club – Don't miss Whitney Cummings Wednesday at the Hollywood Improv! There is also a HUGE special guest so big we can't even announce him! AND Dane Cook, Jenny Johnson, Nick Dopuch, Mat Edgar, and Gibran Saleem.
    Wednesday Feb 21 @ 10:15 PM
COMEDY JUICE with Whitney Cummings, Dane Cook, Kevin Nealon & more!
Hollywood Improv Comedy Club – $ 0.00 - $18.00 / Age 18 And Up Additional Info: Two item minimum purchase required.Want preferred seating? Make an dinner reservation and dine in our restaurant. Must arrive no later than 1 hour prior to show start time. Dinner satifies the 2 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.hollwood@improv.comGot Questions?CLICK HERE Tickets:
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 9:30 AM
Shadow Ranch Park 9:30-12:00 Lunch at school
Halsey Schools - Where Children Love To Learn! – Field trips are available for Busy Bees, Dragonflies, Penguins & Potty Trained Pandas. All children must wear their Halsey Shirt on all field trips. If your child is under 3 years old he/she may attend the trip if you or your spouse or other loved one join us. Parents are always welcome to attend and space is limited. Sign up Field Trips at
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 9:30 AM
Supervising for Success
Center for Nonprofit Management – Supervising people presents challenges as well as opportunities for growth. This seminar is designed for new supervisors and those who have had no formal training in their role. Join us to sharpen your skills to better manage, communicate with, and motivate your staff. Walk away with new approaches for working with your team in your leadership role to best accomplish your goals. Topics include: - Managing other people's performance - Communicating effectively with your staff - Building teamwork and cooperation - Developing and motivating your team - Transitioning from being "one of the team members" to the person in charge This class always sells out. Click "register" to reserve your seat today. Registration Fee: $195
    Thursday Feb 22 - Feb 23 @ 11:00 AM
SMCES Community Dinner Fundraiser
St. Monica Catholic Elementary School
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 12:15 PM
Julia Vari, Jazz Pianist, at the Semel Institute Auditorium
UCLA Health – Mindful Music presents multi-lingual jazz pianist & singer, Julia Vari for an afternoon show at the Semel Institute Auditorium. “[Julia Vari] demonstrated why she is considered one of the most outstanding jazz singers in the international scene.” – Yahoo! Celebrities
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 12:30 PM
Special Performance - One Drop Of Love
Museum of Tolerance – The Museum of Tolerance invites you to celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth with a performance of One Drop of Love A multimedia solo performance by Fanshen Cox DiGiovanni One Drop uses the ever-changing racial categories on the U.S. Census as the historical backdrop to this interactive show. Throughout, the audience is asked to participate in defining and redefining these categories for themselves and one another. Fanshen parallels this history with her own, and her family’s, search for roots, identity and for justice. Audiences will travel from the 1700s to the present, to cities around the U.S., and to West and East Africa, to pursue more truth – leading to more justice – and then, perhaps to LOVE. The ultimate goal of the performance is to encourage the discussion of race and racism openly and critically, and to encourage a commitment to making the world more liberated for all. “Show is appropriate for ages 12+ due to some of the raw language and themes” Included with your Museum admission or Membership. Advance ticket purchase recommended.
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 3:30 PM
Adventure Book Club 3rd-6th Grade
Inglewood Public Library – Children grades 3rd-6th grade join us for our Adventure Book Club! Children's Room, Inglewood Public Library, 101 W. Manchester Blvd. Call 310-412-5645 for more information
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 4:00 PM
Get Contract-Ready in 2018
Los Angeles Urban League Entrepreneurship Center – Opportunities exist for small minority and women-owned to meet minority participation goals on government and private sector contracts. Find out if certification as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and/or Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) is right for your business.
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 4:00 PM
Grand Opening / Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
San Pedro Chamber of Commerce – Come join us for some refreshments and appetizers as we celebrate our grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony. We will be raffling off laser and hyperbaric treatments for those who come. Come meet the doctor and staff while enjoying some delicious apps. Hope to see you all there!
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 4:00 PM
Stories in Art: Smoke & Mirrors
TAM Torrance Art Museum – STORIES IN ART with the Torrance Art Museum Thursday, February 8, 2018, 4-6pm Thursday, February 22, 2018, 4-6pm Stories in Art is a FREE after-school program for children ages 6-11, with their parent or guardian, that incorporates storytelling with the Torrance Public Library, a tour of the exhibitions at the Torrance Art Museum, and an art making workshop in the Children’s Art Wing at the Cultural Arts Center. Library booklist with related topics is distributed at the end of the workshop. Call or email to make a reservation. Space is limited and registration is required. Register for Stories in Art by calling 310-618-2376 or by sending an email request to Carmen Hernandez at CHernandez@TorranceCA.Gov
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 4:00 PM
Black Excellence Networking Dinner
El Camino College – Students will hear from a panel of African-American leaders. Where: Students Activities Lounge Center, East Lounge
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 4:00 PM
Live Classical Guitar Solo Performance by Edward Yeo
Baldwin Hills Branch - Los Angeles Public Library – Please join us for a live classical guitar solo performance by Edward Yeo followed with a Q & A session!
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 4:00 PM
French Conversation Group
Los Angeles Public Library, Westwood Branch – Come practice your language skills with other French speakers. This group has no instructor.
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 5:00 PM
Late Night Tattoo on 22
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County – Join us for late night extended hours for our special exhibition Tattoo and explore NHMLA after hours! Event highlights include: - Discounted admission to the exhibition - Live tebori tattoo demo by Jess Yen (Horiyen) in the NHMLA Tattoo Parlor - Cash bars - Food trucks - Live DJ $10 non-members | Free for Members Advance tickets recommended. #tattooNHMLA
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 5:30 PM
Alumni & Friends Reception: Los Angeles
California College of the Arts – In conjunction with the College Art Association Annual Conference (CAA), California College of the Arts is hosting a special reception for alumni, faculty, and friends to mix and mingle over drinks & bites in LA’s historic Chinatown. Join us to hear about campus updates from President Beal, see familiar faces, and celebrate your lifetime membership in the vibrant CCA community. Co-host committee: Lawrence Azerrad (Graphic Design 1995) Alexis Bolter (MFA 2014) Diedrick Brackens (MFA 2014) Alexandra Grant (MFA Painting & Drawing 2000) Julie Henson (MFA Painting/Drawing 2011) Lana Licata (Painting/Drawing 2015) Parking and Public Transit Directions A.G. Geiger is a short walk from the Chinatown Station along the Metro Gold Line. There are plenty of paid parking lots nearby. Presenting at CAA? Make sure to let us know at Look forward to seeing you in LA!
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 5:30 PM
PopUPTown Social: Black History Month Celebration
Vice Mayor Rex Richardson – Join us for our February #PopUPTown Social: Black History Month Celebration at the Michelle Obama Library Garden from 5:30PM to 8:00PM. We will be having live performances, amazing soul food from Comfort LA, kid's arts & crafts, and an unforgettable celebration. #PopUPTown Social is a monthly "pop-up" gathering, celebrating local artists and music, local residents, local food, and local Uptown pride. Based on the success of North LB signature programs like the Uptown Jazz Festival, #ActivateUptown, and Village Fest, we are proud to launch the #PopUPTown monthly micro-socials, in partnership with the Uptown Business District and Roxanne's Events. #PopUPTown takes place in the Learning Garden of the Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library every 4th Thursday of each month, featuring live local entertainment, Roxanne’s beer and wine garden, fresh produce, an array of food, dessert, and goods vendors, and a kids' activity. Don't forget to bring your lawn chair, and come have a good time with the community! For more information, call us at (562) 570-6137. Interested in sponsoring a future #PopUPTown Social? Send your inquiry to
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 5:30 PM
Hillel Hangouts: Grilled Cheese Night
Hillel 818 – Come hang out with your friends and make yourself a grilled cheese!! Pick your cheese, veggies and more, and enjoy with delicious tomato soup!
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 5:30 PM
An Evening with Educators Deborah Meier & Emily Gasoi Share
Antioch University Los Angeles – Environmental Charter Schools is honored to welcome MacArthur award-winning educator, reformer, and author Deborah Meier and educator Emily Gasoi to discuss their book, These Schools Belong to You and Me: Why We Can’t Afford to Abandon Our Public Schools on the evening of Thursday, February 22, 2018. This event is hosted by ENVIRONMENTAL CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL and co-presented by Antioch University Los Angeles. Th event will take place at on the campus of the ENVIRONMENTAL CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL at 16325 Grevillea Ave. Lawndale, CA 90260 RSVP to ECSONLINE.ORG/THESESCHOOLS Deborah’s work inspired many of the essential principles upon which Environmental Charter Schools was founded — a small learning community, empowered teaching teams, environmental (both the natural and human communities) service learning, interdisciplinary curriculum and so much more. We know that when our students are engaged in relevant and authentic learning experiences, their interest drives their learning.