Thursday, October 1, 2020
Home News *** RLn Calendar of Events *** April 22 – 27, 2016

*** RLn Calendar of Events *** April 22 – 27, 2016

ENTERTAINMENT

April 23
Joe Bonamassa
As Joe Bonamassa enters his 26th year as a professional musician, he continues to blaze a remarkably versatile artistic trail, and amass an authentic, innovative and soulful body of work.
Time: 8 p.m. April 23
Cost: $125
Details: http://tinyurl.com/j9alfvk
Venue: Long Beach Convention Center, 300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach

April 23
Classical Crossroads
Classical Crossroads’ “The Interludes” concert series present Beverly Hills National Auditions winner, pianist Vladimir Khomyakov.
Time: 3 p.m. April 23
Cost: Free
Details: (310) 316-5574; http://tinyurl.com/Vladimir-Khomyakov
Venue: First Lutheran Church & School, 2900 W. Carson St., Torrance

April 23
To Mindanao with Love
To Mindanao with Love cultural solidarity night concert with Lumad indigenous people from Mindanao, Philippines. The show will feature live musical performances and short films about their struggle to defend their land and culture.
Time: 5 to 7 p.m. April 23
Cost: Free
Details: http://tinyurl.com/ToMindanaoWithLove
Venue: Cal State University Long Beach, 1250 Bellflower Blvd., Lecture Hall 150 Long Beach

April 23
Kristin Korb
Bassist and vocalist Kristin Korb returns to Los Angeles with a new show. The program features new originals and fresh arrangements of jazz standards.
Time: 8 p.m. April 23
Cost: $20
Details: (310) 519-1314; http://tinyurl.com/Kristin-Korb-Friends
Venue: Alvas Showroom, 1417 W. 8th St., San Pedro

April 24
Annette Warren Smith
Smith made an indelible musical mark as the voice of Ava Gardner in Show Boat. Hear her stories and classic songs from the era of big bands and movie musicals.
Time: 3 and 7:30 p.m. April 24
Cost: $20 to $50
Details: www.grandvision.org
Venue: Grand Vision Foundation, 434 W. 6th St., San Pedro

April 24
Singing For Chanson
Juri Kamiyama, Yu Ooka, Satishi Kirisawa, Jeff Takiguchi, Nori Tani and Hiroshi Nunokawa take the stage at Alvas.
Time: 4 p.m. April 24
Cost: $20
Details: (310) 519-1314; http://tinyurl.com/SingingForChanson
Venue: Alvas Showroom, 1417 W. 8th St., San Pedro

April 29
Reverend Tall Tree
Stompin’, shufflin’ and hollerin’, Rev. Tall Tree plays blues and American roots in the tradition of Little Walter, Howlin’ Wolf and Bo Diddley.
Time: 8 p.m. April 29
Cost: $20 to $30
Details: http://tinyurl.com/ReverendTallTree
Venue: Grand Annex, 434 W. 6th St., San Pedro

COMMUNITY

April 23
Meet the Grunion
Grunion are small sardine-size fish of the silversides family, which are one of the few fish species in the world that actually come ashore to lay their eggs on sandy beaches. They are found from central California through Baja California, with Cabrillo Beach being one of the better places to observe the fish.
Time: 8 p.m. April 23
Cost: $5
Details: (310) 548-7562; www.cabrillomarineaquarium.org
Venue: Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro

April 23
Fresh 2016
This is a gala in support of continued programming, education and events for South Bay Contemporary, bringing cutting edge contemporary art programming and art education to the South Bay Region. This year the gala event will take place at the historic Italian Villa courtyard of the Shriver
Time: 5 to 8 p.m. April 23
Details: http://southbaycontemporary.com
Cost: $50
Venue: Shriver Courtyard, 21 Pomegranate Road,Rancho Palos Verdes

THEATER

April 24
Sister Act
Musical Theatre West presents Sister Act, Broadway’s feel-good musical comedy at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center. When wannabe disco diva Deloris Van Cartier witnesses a crime, the cops hide her in the last place anyone would think to look—a convent! Under the suspicious watch of Mother Superior, Delores helps her fellow sisters find their voices as she unexpectedly rediscovers her own.
Time: 8 p.m. Fridays, 2 and 8 p.m. Saturdays, and 2 p.m. Sundays, through April 24
Cost: $20
Details: (562) 856-1999, ext. 4, www.musical.org.
Venue: Carpenter Performing Arts Center, 6200 E. Atherton St., Long Beach

April 25
Bear Story
SPIFFest is presenting the 2016 Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts, which includes Bear Story.
Time: 5 p.m. April 25
Cost: $20
Details: http://tinyurl.com/SPIFFBearStory
Venue: Warner Grand Theatre, 478 W. 6th St., San Pedro

April 27
A Walk in the Woods
Nearing the end of the Cold War, a pair of arms negotiators — a clever, cynical Russian and an idealistic young American — step away from the bargaining table to meet in the woods outside Geneva for a series of talks to explore the obstacles their countries face on the path to peace. There, they debate politics, the future of the free world, the nature of mankind, and the very survival of humanity.
Time: 8 p.m., Thursdays through Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays; April 27 through May 22
Cost: $47 to $55
Details: http://ictlongbeach.org/?p=2912
Venue: International City Theatre, 330 E. Seaside Way, Long Beach

April 29
H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival
The H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival® & CthulhuCon™ promotes the works of H.P. Lovecraft, literary horror, and weird tales through cinematic adaptations by professional and amateur filmmakers, panel discussions, author readings, gaming, art, and sometimes live music.
Time: 6 p.m. April 29 through May 1
Cost: $15 to $80
Details: www.hplfilmfestival.com
Venue: Warner Grand Theatre, 478 W. 6th St., San Pedro

April 30
Lysistrata
Lust, power struggles, and loyalty test both genders in this raucous trip into the past, proving some issues never change. Well, in ancient Greece, a young lady named Lysistrata devises a plan to do just that. Her solution? Withhold the one thing men care about more than killing the enemy – sex. In this earliest of comedy dealing with the war between the sexes, the women of Greece go on a sex-strike until a peace treaty is signed.
Time: 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. Sundays; April 30 through May 28
Cost: $27
Details: http://www.lbplayhouse.org/show/lysistrata/
Venue: Long Beach Playhouse, 5021 E. Anaheim St., Long Beach

April 30
Mayday! Tales of Love and other Emergencies
Celebrate the lusty month of May with delicious stories read aloud, outside, under the stars. Snuggle up with your honey under the night sky for spellbinding storytelling suitable for all lovers and lovers of literature. Featuring works by O. Henry, Alice Walker, Bret Harte, Dorothy Parker, W.B. Yeats and Irwin Shaw.
Time: 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. April 30
Cost: $10
Details: https://angelsgateart.org
Venue: Angels Gate Cultural Center, 3601 S. Gaffey St., San Pedro

ARTS

 

April 24
Amadi Collection
The Amadi Collection presents fine historic works spanning from Native American rugs to Ottoman textiles.
Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 24
Cost: Free
Details: www.pvartcenter.org
Venue: Palos Verdes Art Center, 5504 W. Crestridge Road, Rancho Palos Verdes

April 28
San Pedro Student Art Show
Drawing, painting, design, photography, ceramics, film and jewelry
Cost: Free
Venue: San Pedro High School Historic Gym, 1001 W. 15th St.

May 7
Skyline
Using emerging patterns, silhouettes and lines of 3-D sculptures, curator Ben Zask created an installation where the main gallery of South Bay Contemporary gallery becomes unified as a skyline. Zask is focused on sustainable practice in sculpture, thus the majority of sculpture will be constructed of found materials and mixed media. Art preview during the May 5, during San Pedro First Thursday Art Walk. An artist’s reception is scheduled for May 7.
Time: 4 to 7 p.m. May 7
Cost: Free
Details: southbaycontemporary.org
Venue: Loft Galleries, 401 S. Mesa St., San Pedro

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Most Popular

Supervisors Allow Breweries and Wineries to Re-Open for Outdoor Service

Supervisor Hahn's motion, which was read-in during the Sept. 29 board meeting, allows breweries and wineries to re-open in alignment with the State's health order in one week.

Is a General Strike the Answer to a Trump Coup?

Above all, the power to retake our democracy would have to come from the core of our nation … occupying the workplaces, spilling into the streets, grinding the country to a halt for as long as necessary.

Facebook Removes Russian Networks Tied to Intelligence Services That Interfered in the U.S. in 2016

Craig Timberg | Washington Post Facebook shut down two Russian disinformation networks operated by the nation’s intelligence services and...

During Climate Week 2020, Gov. Newsom to Host California Climate Action Day Highlighting California’s Global Leadership

The series of virtual conversations will cover topics including building the state’s climate resilience, implementing climate policies in an equitable way, aligning financial decision-making with climate realities and other subjects.

Recent Comments

Dan Rodemsky on Fog In the Media
The Anti-fascists are the Fascists on The Truth About Antifa
Scott Wallace on The Truth About Antifa
David C Lizarraga on Episode – San Pedro: The Podcast
Randomly Lengthly Walt on Republicans’ Revolt
Antifa are the real fascists on The Truth About Antifa
Artemis Gordon on The Truth About Antifa
Vicky Palesa Adam on Lung Health Tips for COVID-19
J.S on Icarus Falls
Ghost from your past! on Icarus Falls
Lisa Bennett on The Truth About Antifa
Dave on Icarus Falls
Kevin on Icarus Falls
DAVID J LEE on Think: George Floyd
M Mackey on Think: George Floyd
Michael S. Motta on Think: George Floyd
Thomas "HOUSE" Houchens on Think: George Floyd
Eliath Mena on Think: George Floyd
Deidre Powell on Think: George Floyd
Marcia Ladymgirl on Think: George Floyd
Jennifer L on Think: George Floyd
Carlos Fisher on Think: George Floyd
Jose "cheMMa" Rodriguz on Think: George Floyd
Aniza Thomas on Think: George Floyd
David Seay on Think: George Floyd
Marc LJ on Think: George Floyd
andre edwards on Think: George Floyd
Terelle Jerricks on From Pop Culture to Cop Culture
Sharon Hislop on Think: George Floyd
Fetteroff on Think: George Floyd
Raul Acevedo Jr. on Think: George Floyd
Mel Grayson on Think: George Floyd
Terelle Jerricks on A Virtual World of Events 
Alice r. Knoop on Lung Health Tips for COVID-19
Melina Paris on Take me to Sardine
Joshua E Chambers on Take me to Sardine
Chad Dorchester on Take me to Sardine
Terelle Jerricks on Change Won’t Be Televised
Melina Paris on Take me to Sardine
Melina Paris on Take me to Sardine
Melina Paris on Take me to Sardine
Bob Kohler on About
Judie M Barker on About
Kim Kaufman on Staff
Kim Kaufman on Staff
Vivian Morales on From War to Lowrider
Robin Doyno on Staff
Publisher on About
Joe Stackhouse on Advertise
Marshariki Haylock on A Stabbing in San Pedro
CARRIE MENDOZA on A Stabbing in San Pedro
Martin Palmiere EMC(SW) ret. on Trouble on the Iowa
Martin A.Palmiere EMC(SW) USN(ret.) on Trouble on the Iowa
John H Winkler on Frequently Asked Questions
J. McVey on Staff
Malou Mariano on Tampering and Collusion
Terrell Williams on The New Gap Band Fills The Gap
Alton C . Thompson, Ph. D. on About
Harold Ericsson on Letters to the Editor
Hillbinkel on Trouble on the Iowa
Ian Gordon on KKJZ Leaves CSULB Campus
larry lebedin on KKJZ Leaves CSULB Campus
Joseph Bianco on Frequently Asked Questions
Deborah Steed on Zerby Family Finds Solace
Don Griffin on Rosenberg
Pete on About
Anne Marie Knudsen on Clem Pennington is the Whole Package
Terelle Jerricks on About
Lyn Jensen on Go Retro with Records
Steven R. Heldt on Fig Trees Are Like Democracies
Joanne Sims on Peacocks, Paseo, Politics
Dave Borst-Smith on Peacocks, Paseo, Politics
Charles Traupmann on The Buscaino Report:
james P. Allen on Across the Great Divide
Allyson Vought on Across the Great Divide
PBinLostAngeles on RL NEWS Roundups: June 14, 2016
davehall on Voter Guide
Chris formica Gringos Tacos on Food Truck Blues
Random Lengths News on Iowa Fever
Tinisha Rodrique on IMG_1761
polos fred perry on Less Than a Side Show
cheap soccer jersey on Less Than a Side Show
le mahjong gratuit on The Surrealness of Knives and Breast
Harry and the Gang on Sherlock Holmes at the LB Playhouse
neufert architect s data pdf on IMG_1761
sewing machine reviews on Annie at the Warner Grand