Events on Friday, January 18

A Club Called Rhonda

Music: Dance

A Club Called Rhonda

Friday 1/18 @ Los Globos

LA's gender-bending dance-party milieu has taken a few hits lately, with long-running favorites such as Mr. Black and Dragstrip 66 laid... 

35th Anniversary: <em>The Deer Hunter</em> (1978)

Film

35th Anniversary: The Deer Hunter (1978)

Friday 1/18 @ Egyptian Theatre

35th Anniversary: The Deer Hunter, 1978, Universal, 183 min. From the opening scenes of hunter Robert De Niro and friends Christopher... 

Femi Kuti

Music

Femi Kuti

Friday 1/18 @ El Rey

 on sale Friday, October 19th at 10 am    4 years after the DVD Live@Shrine, Femi Kuti returns with a generous,... 

Ongoing Events

The One-Eyed Gypsy

Food/Wine

The One-Eyed Gypsy

Friday 1/18 @ The One-Eyed Gypsy

The One-Eyed Gypsy is the latest watering hole from Dana Hollister, owner and designer of  Villains Tavern, 4100 Bar, Cliff's Edge,... 

Shaun Berke, Hudson Marquez, Junko Mizuno, and Lisa Petrucci

Art: Group Show

Shaun Berke, Hudson Marquez, Junko Mizuno, and Lisa Petrucci

Friday 1/18 @ La Luz de Jesus

La Luz de Jesus' newest group show presents the work of four talented painters. Sisters of the Inquisition by Shaun Berke... 

Mingle and Plei

Get Social

Mingle and Plei

Friday 1/18 @ Various LA locations

Mingle and Plei is an alternative to the everyday club scene. The concept was developed to bring diverse groups of people... 

The Hive Gallery presents <em>Hive Tarot 4 </em>

Art: Group Show

Hive Tarot 4

Friday 1/18 @ The Hive Gallery & Studios

While the 78-card tarot deck has long been used as a popular occult-inspired game, its 22 major arcana cards (and the... 

<em>Bodies and Shadows: Caravaggio and His Legacy</em>

Art: Painting & Drawing

Bodies and Shadows: Caravaggio and His Legacy

Friday 1/18 @ Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Bodies and Shadows: Caravaggio and His Legacy introduces the work of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571–1610), one of the most popular... 

LAUSD Adobe Class

Workshop/Class

LAUSD Adobe Class

Friday 1/18 @ North Hollywood Adult Learning Center

In an age where memes are born, bred, and spread across the Internet in mere milliseconds, it can't hurt to have... 

The France Los Angeles Exchange presents <em>LOST (in LA)</em>

Art

LOST (in LA)

Friday 1/18 @ Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery

LOST (in LA), the premiere exhibition presented by FLAX (France Los Angeles Exchange) in partnership with the Palais de Tokyo, Paris,... 

<em>Peter Pan</em> (1953)

Film: Animation

Peter Pan (1953)

Friday 1/18 @ El Capitan Theater

Scottish writer J. M. Barrie may have created Peter Pan, but as is the case with most beloved childhood heroes, Disney... 

Theatre Movement Bazaar: <em>Track 3</em>

Performing Arts: Theatre

Theatre Movement Bazaar

Friday 1/18 @ Bootleg Theater

Theatre Movememt Bazaar's Track 3 is a confident and humorous reconceptualization of Anton Chekhov's original turn-of-the-century play, Three Sisters. The creative... 

Doma

Food/Wine

Doma

Friday 1/18 @ Doma

Sonja Perencevic, owner of the classic Dan Tana's in West Hollywood, brings a chic new restaurant to Beverly Hills. The kitchen... 

Downtown on Ice

Festival

Downtown on Ice

Friday 1/18 @ Pershing Square

Seems as though Downtown on Ice has been going on a lot longer than just 15 years, but maybe it's LA's... 

St. Felix

Food/Wine

St. Felix

Friday 1/18 @ Saint Felix

Located at the former home to Citizen Smith, St. Felix is an elegant yet unpretentious new addition to Hollywood's Cahuenga Corridor.... 

<em>Stanley Kubrick</em>

Art

Stanley Kubrick

Friday 1/18 @ LACMA

Los Angeles fans of Stanley Kubrick discover the process behind the director's many labors of love at the first US retrospective... 

<em>Loretta Young: Hollywood Legend</em>

City Gems

Loretta Young: Hollywood Legend

Friday 1/18 @ Hollywood Museum

The Hollywood Museum in the gorgeous Art Deco Max Factor Building presents Loretta Young: Hollywood Legend, in honor of the 100th... 

<em>No Strangers: Ancient Wisdom in a Modern World</em>

Art: Photography

No Strangers: Ancient Wisdom in a Modern World

Friday 1/18 @ Annenberg Space for Photography

The Annenberg Space for Photography is pleased to announce its next exhibit – no strangers: ancient wisdom in a modern world,... 

Cafe del Rey

Food/Wine

Cafe del Rey

Friday 1/18 @ Cafe del Rey

Though Café del Rey's waterfront setting is a gorgeous enticement, the food here is the real lure. Talented executive chef Daniel... 

Ba

Food/Wine

Ba

Friday 1/18 @ Ba

An elegant jewel box in Highland Park, Ba is a French restaurant notable for its classic provincial cuisine made with local,... 

Tinto

Food/Wine

Tinto

Friday 1/18 @ Tinto

Tinto, the restaurant and wine bar at Palm Springs' stylish Saguaro Hotel, is headed by Executive Chef Jose Garces, winner of... 

Le Ka

Food/Wine

Le Ka

Friday 1/18 @ Le Ka

Le Ka is a new Downtown restaurant with an impressive pedigree. French-born Chef Remi Lauvand, who has worked in the kitchens... 

Public Kitchen & Bar

Food/Wine

Public Kitchen & Bar

Friday 1/18 @ Public Kitchen & Bar

Everything tastes better with an egg on it, or so reads the menu at Public Kitchen and Bar. A collaboration between... 

Public Kitchen and Bar at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

Get Social: Happy Hour

Public Kitchen and Bar

Friday 1/18 @ Public Kitchen & Bar

If you're seeking a happy hour haunt with sophistication and old Hollywood glamour, Public Kitchen and Bar is a prime choice.... 

Take a Bao

Food/Wine

Take a Bao

Friday 1/18 @ Take a Bao

Take a Bao is a new fast-casual Asian fusion restaurant.  Strikingly designed by Ana Henton of MASS Architecture, while this new... 

<em>Into the Mystic</em>

Art: Group Show

Into the Mystic

Friday 1/18 @ Michael Kohn Gallery

The gorgeous Michael Kohn Gallery near Beverly and Fairfax presents many intriguing exhibitions, and the latest, Into the Mystic, is no... 

Torafuku

Food/Wine

Torafuku

Friday 1/18 @ Torafuku

Torafuku isn't just an excellent classic Japanese restaurant, it's also one of the best places in the city to indulge in... 

<em>Treasures of The Walt Disney Archives</em>

Special Event

Treasures of The Walt Disney Archives

Friday 1/18 @ Reagan Presidential Library

Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives is a brand-new show of Disney memorabilia. Presented by D23, the official Disney Fan Club,... 

Cirque Du Soleil: <em>Iris</em>

Art: Performance

Cirque Du Soleil: Iris

Friday 1/18 @ Kodak Theater

French artistic director, dancer, and choreographer Philippe Decouflé came up with the concept of Iris almost a decade ago, during a... 

<em>Illustrating Modern Life: The Golden Age of American Illustration</em>

Art: Painting & Drawing

Illustrating Modern Life: The Golden Age of American Illustration

Friday 1/18 @ Pepperdine University, Weisman Museum of Art

Illustrating Modern Life is a collection of 60-plus paintings from The Golden Age of American Illustration. During this important era in... 

The Bar at Cliff's Edge

Food/Wine

The Bar at Cliff's Edge

Friday 1/18 @ Cliff's Edge

While Cliff's Edge in Silver Lake is renowned for the excellent food served on its gorgeous terraced patio, the interior, now... 

Vertical Wine Bistro

Food/Wine

Vertical Wine Bistro

Friday 1/18 @ Vertical Wine Bistro

Vertical Wine Bistro in Old Town Pasadena is known for their excellent bistro-style food, extensive selection of over 400 wines, and... 

Gordon Ramsay's The Fat Cow

Food/Wine

Gordon Ramsay's The Fat Cow

Friday 1/18 @ The Fat Cow

Gordon Ramsay's new restaurant at the Grove, the Fat Cow offers comfort food made with fresh produce from the world-famous Farmer's... 

The Bob Baker Marionette Theater presents <em>The Nutcracker</em>

Theatre

Bob Baker presents The Nutcracker

Friday 1/18 @ Bob Baker Marionette Theater

In the early '60s, Bob Baker and partner Alton Wood founded a marionette theater, establishing what has become the longest-running children's... 

Caulfield's Bar and Dining Room

Food/Wine

Caulfield's Bar and Dining Room

Friday 1/18 @ Caulfield's Bar and Dining Room

Caulfield’s Bar and Dining Room is the first Los Angeles restaurant for its new chef Stephen Kalt, known for his tenure... 

Workshop Kitchen + Bar, Palm Springs

Getaways

Workshop Kitchen + Bar, Palm Springs

Friday 1/18 @ Workshop Kitchen + Bar

Workshop Kitchen + Bar is an über-stylish new restaurant in Palm Springs, with a breathtaking design that bridges both modernity and... 

<em>Anna Karenina</em>

Film

Anna Karenina

Friday 1/18 @ Various Los Angeles theaters

Anna Karenina, the latest adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's novel, reunites Keira Knightley with Atonement director Joe Wright. Several years after Anna,... 

photo l.a.

Art: Photography

photo l.a.

Friday 1/18 @ Santa Monica Civic Auditorium

The International Los Angeles Photographic Art Exposition comes to the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium for its 22nd annual photo festival. Dozens... 

Drago Centro

Food/Wine

Drago Centro

Friday 1/18 @ Drago Centro

Downtown's Drago Centro has a sleek décor, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, stone walls, and a glass wine cellar in the center of... 

Oldfield's Liquor Room

Food/Wine

Oldfield's Liquor Room

Friday 1/18 @ Oldfield's Liquor Room

Oldfield's Liquor Room has a classic, Boardwalk Empire vibe. The newest watering hole from the 1933 Group (Bigfoot Lodge, The Thirsty... 

<em>Lost Line</em>: Contemporary Art from the Collection at LACMA

Art

Lost Line

Friday 1/18 @ Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Culling from LACMA’s permanent collection, the exhibition takes as its starting point Gabriel Orozco’s sculpture Lost Line (1993-1996). Orozco describes the... 

Cole Sternberg: <em>strip mall shopping center outlet mall mall of america</em>

Art: Painting & Drawing

Cole Sternberg: strip mall shopping center outlet mall mall of america

Friday 1/18 @ Caruso Art

In artist Cole Sternberg's ongoing socio-political discussion, Sternberg delves into the idea of consumption as a perceived 'right' of Americans; a... 

Good Enough To Eat: The Fusion of Food and Craft

Art: Multimedia

Good Enough To Eat: The Fusion of Food and Craft

Friday 1/18 @ The Craft in America Study Center Study Center

On February 2, 2013 the Craft in America Study Center will proudly continue its three-part exhibition focusing on the intersection of... 

Navitat Canopy Adventures Zipline Tour

Sports: Action/Extreme

Navitat Canopy Adventures Zipline Tour

Friday 1/18 @ Nativat Canopy Adventures

SoCal adrenaline junkies celebrate a new source of thrills: Wrightwood's Navitat Canopy Tour. Zipline in a harness along ten aerial lines... 

<em>Beyond Dark</em>

Performing Arts: Theatre

Beyond Dark

Friday 1/18 @ Odyssey Theatre Ensemble

Beyond Dark is a sensory jump-start through visual deprivation; a form of theatrical enlightenment, only it's in the dark. Given the... 

La Traviata

Food/Wine

La Traviata

Friday 1/18 @ La Traviata

La Traviata is an elegant but unstuffy restaurant in downtown Long Beach presided over by Mario, the gregarious long-time restaurant owner... 

Teatro ZinZanni presents <em>Love, Chaos & Dinner</em>

Performing Arts

Love, Chaos & Dinner

Friday 1/18 @ Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Teatro ZinZanni's Love, Chaos & Dinner is a unique three-hour evening that puts a spin on dinner theater – attendees enjoy... 

Decades of Dissent: Democracy in Action, 1960–1980

Art: Installation

Decades of Dissent: Democracy in Action, 1960–1980

Friday 1/18 @ Skirball Cultural Center

Revisit some of the most compelling political art from the turbulent era of the 1960s and 1970s. Decades of Dissent features... 

LA Existancial

Art: Installation

LA Existancial

Friday 1/18 @ LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)

LA Existancial, organized by curator Marie de Brugerolle, is a double exploration of Los Angeles as myth as well as a site... 

<em>Significant Objects: The Spell of Still Life</em>

Art

Significant Objects: The Spell of Still Life

Friday 1/18 @ Norton Simon Museum of Art

The Norton Simon Museum presents Significant Objects: The Spell of Still Life, an exhibition that examines the diversity and splendor of... 

Free to Be U.S.: A First Amendment Experience

Art: Installation

Free to Be U.S.: A First Amendment Experience

Friday 1/18 @ Skirball Cultural Center

Exploring the freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition, Free to be U.S.: A First Amendment Experience encourages visitors to... 

<em>Voices & Visions</em>

Art

Voices & Visions

Friday 1/18 @ Skirball Cultural Center

Drawing on the power of the visual arts to communicate humanistic ideals, this exhibition presents a series of poster images inspired... 

Creating the United States

Art: Installation

Creating the United States

Friday 1/18 @ Skirball Cultural Center

In the crucial weeks leading up to the election, with the future of America hotly debated every day, discover how our... 

Social Distortion

Music: Punk

Social Distortion

Friday 1/18 @ House of Blues Anaheim

Local institution Social Distortion are as inextricable from Southern California as beaches, surfing, and endless summers. With a roots-punk style they've... 

Studies in Desperation: A Suite by Connor Everts

Art

Studies in Desperation: A Suite by Connor Everts

Friday 1/18 @ Norton Simon Museum of Art

The Norton Simon Museum presents an exhibition of Studies in Desperation, Connor Everts’s landmark lithographic suite from late 1963. Comprised of...