Lots of choices tonight, Joe’s Restaurant and V-Scape offers a wonderful exhibition entitled “Looking Back” in honor of Pacific Standard Time.

This event runs from 6:00 pm till 8:00 pm and features a list of legendary artists such as Charles Arnoldi, Larry Bell, Ed Moses, Raymond Pettibon, and Ed Ruscha, just to name a few. Wine and appetizers will be served.

Joe’s is located at 1023 Abbot Kinney Blvd. http://joesrestaurant.com/; www.v-scape.org

Then at Dannys Venice, from 7:00 pm till 10:00 pm, I will be performing along with fellow singer/songwriter Geoffrey J. and some special guests.

The event is FREE, plus the happy hour (food and drink) will be extended till 8:00 pm. They have tasty food and drink specials.

See last Wednesday’s Campus Circle for my article about Geoffrey J. http://bit.ly/uePAvY

Geoffrey is fabulous singer/songwriter and writes Roots Rock music. He is incredibly talented

I am also celebrating my birthday. So stop in to say hi. I will be making sure I have lots of time off mic too, so I can party with my buds.

Enjoy some birthday cake made by the famous Madame Chocolat!

Dannys Venice is located at 23 Winward Ave, between Pacific Ave and Speedway. Event runs from 7:00 pm till 10:00 pm.

See more info about the gig and Geoffrey J on my upcoming page http://bit.ly/swnTDz

At 18th Street Arts, writer/actor/director Michael Kearns, Hollywood’s first openly gay actor, will recount the state of affairs in LA’s late 70s–early 80s gay theater scene and his own highly influential career.

He will share video excerpts of playwright James Carroll Pickett’s Dream Man, which Kearns originally starred in and has recently re-staged to critical acclaim in Ireland, Spain, Scotland and the US.

18th Street Arts is located at 1639 18th Street 90404, and the event runs from 7:00 pm-10:00pm. (310) 453-3711; http://www.18thstreet.org.