In Santa Monica…
Kathmandu Boutique hosts its quarterly evening of celebrating community with live music, art and food. Owner, Reena Gauchan is a generous and loving soul and welcomes everyone. The event offers home-cooked NEPALESE vegan food and special NEPALESE chia (tea) hot cider. Please be sure to bring your own plate, cup, fork and water….to help keep it a GREEN event. This is a FREE event….donations are requested for the delicous food.
Kathmandu will be open all day with organized events and features music, drumming, live painting, yoga, and talks.
Michelle Page will be displaying art from Nepal ~ BE WARE OF DOG signs from Nepal are one-of-a-kind, hand painted Fair Trade portraits of dogs commissioned by their owners and rendered in startling detail on metal.
See image: Danger Dog art on display at Kathmandu.
“Danger Dog” and other charming variations on the “Beware of Dog” theme are written in Nepalese and/or English, according to your specifications, and turned into a uniquely personalized work of art. These artists’ work is quickly being replaced by digital technology, even in Nepal. In America as in faraway Nepal, these signs can be as effective as any alarm system, and are practical for indoor or outdoors.
Be sure to check their FB Page for the full schedule.
What: Quarterly Gathering
Where: Kathmandu Boutique, 1844 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90404
When: 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Website: FB Event Page
In Venice…The annual event Jazz at Palms Court in support of Venice Community Housing
Corporation takes place today. Hopefullly you have already bought your tickets, because, the event is sold outbut you can still donate to the cause, see http://www.vchcorp.org/jazz
Also in Venice…Aran Cravey Gallery (1638 Abbot Kinney Blvd.) close its doors with a final reception and performance from 8-10 pm. http://www.arancravey.com
Today is the final performance of “Coyote on a Fence” at Arena Stage. Written by Bruce Graham, the play is directed by James Warwick and presented by Theatre of Arts.
In “Coyote On A Fence,” Bobby is an affable if simple convict on Death Row in a southern prison. He immolated thirty-seven African-American churchgoers because “God told [him] to.” His antipathy toward blacks is surpassed only by his hatred of Jews. He knows that he is guilty of the crime of which he was convicted, although he is not shamed by it.
John is the jailhouse publisher of a newspaper, the Death Row Advocate. Not believing in the death penalty on general principles, John learns that Bobby has grounds for an insanity plea and John feels that the insane in particular should not be executed. John is on Death Row himself for brutally stomping a drug dealer to death in a deal gone bad. John attempts to suppress his own sense of guilt, despite compelling physical evidence nailing him as the perpetrator
ADMISSION: $20. Seniors and students, $5. Previews, $10. RESERVATIONS: (323) 463-2500.
Where: Arena Stage, 1625 N. Las Palmas Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028.
When: Two shows 5 pm and 8 pm
Phone: (323) 463-2500
Singer/Songwriter Tom Gramlich hosts a Blues event, Every third Sunday… Tom Gramlich & Mystic Miles w special guests.
Gramlich is an incredible performer….so be sure to pop in.
The Talking Stick offers coffee drinks and tasty salads, sandwiches for sale. Yummy desserts too.
What: Live Music, Tom Gramlich & Mystic Miles w special guests,
Where: Talking Stick Coffee Lounge 1411 Lincoln Blvd Venice 90291
When: 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm