Today is the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. I just want to say a heartfelt thank you to all the veterans, who have sacrificed so much for all of us. Thank you!
Now tonight you have one more chance to enjoy the holidays and catch The Off their Jingle Bell Rockers at 8:00 pm till 10:00 pm at Witzend. This performance will feature holiday music featuringThe Off their Jingle Bell Rockers and special guests…all evening.Witzend is located at1717 Lincoln Blvd, Venice CA 90291, 310-305-4792, $10.00 cover.
The Off their Jingle Bell Rockers are not your typical holiday group. Yes they happen to be terrific singers, but they also dress incredibly flamboyant, and have an amazing amount of energy which makes for a truly fun and lively show. They add a different slant to Christmas Caroling.
Their offbeat harmonies and original arrangements bring a zany twist to the classic Christmas Carol. They even perform their own original holiday songs. The Off Their Jingle Bell Rockers include Catherine Allison, Rory Johnston, Marianne Lewis, Kathy Leonardo, Jon Preston, and Suzy Williams.
The Off their Jingle Bell Rockers are accepting bookings for private parties. Call or email Kathy Leonardo at 310 428-1109 firstname.lastname@example.org or Catherine Allison at 310 428-7308 email@example.com. For more info or to rsvp (not necessary) for Witzend event on December 7th, go to the FB Event Page.
Photo is by Victoria Graham; (from Left to Right) Back Row: Marianne Lewis, Rory Johnston, Suzy Williams and Jon Preston. Front Row is Catherine Allison and Kathy Leonardo.
Or, at UCLA, Fowler hosts “OutSpoken Panel: Ritual and Spirit in Contemporary Art,” which is presented in conjunction with the exhibition, Transcultural Pilgrim: Three Decades of Work by José Bedia. It will be open for viewing before the talk from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Event starts at 7:00 pm.
Franklin Sirmans, department head and curator of contemporary art at LACMA, and artists William Cordova, Amalia Mesa-Bains, and John Outterbridge explore the intersections between artistic practice and explorations of religion and spirituality.
I happen to be a big fan of public transportation…the number 1 or 2 blue bus goes right to UCLA. If you want to drive, there is easy self-service, Pay-By-Space parking available near the Museum by following these directions:
Enter UCLA campus Lot 4 from Sunset Blvd. at Westwood Plaza and turn left into the Pay-By-Space area of the lot. ay-By-Space parking is always available for Fowler visitors. Automated pay stations in Pay-By-Space accept $1 and $5 bills and credit cards.
The parking fee starts at $1 for 20 minutes and is a maximum of $11 for the whole day. One hour parking costs $3, two hours $6. So come with a friend and split the cost. www.fowler.ucla.edu/