not at Nucleus
It's not even Valentine's Day yet, but you can't tell going into any thrift store in town. Someone might have wanted to tell dineLA's backers as the twelve day event lowers the prices on restaurants you might want to take a date. Special deals on meals to look good for your significant other or whoever, I'm not saying it's cheating. I didn't see you go anywhere with anyone else.
What stand out in other things to do this week is the Little Golden Tales Tribute show at the ever far Nucleus. I worry if it's on the kiddies side and not the making fun of movie side. If going far off anyway the American Asian Expo might take up a few hours of your weekend. Embrace Asian culture or just watch the culture and eat its food. Don't forget for even more culture.
Twelve days to get your fill, literally of all the cities food for cheap. dineLA let's anyone sample some of the finest food from so many different places of consumption around town. Check the full list at the above link and what deals are going on.
Jan 15 7pm-9pm
The Irish Pariot
Go to a bar and don't have a fight this time. Trivia With Budds is a trivia game held out of a bar to much acclaim as it makes it feel like your part of a game show, maybe the beers make you feel that way too.
Jan 15 7pm
Peterson Car Museum
RSVP is required. Call 323-964-6370 or email
You had me at free popcorn. The movie is alsoe free and of course is about cars. Johnny Rockets will be serving $1 milkshakes. I wonder where you seat and watch it in the museum.
Jan 17- Feb 1
1328 Montana Avenue,
Santa Monica, CA 90403
Hitchcock classics anyone?
January 18, 2014 - February 9, 2014
Opening Reception / Jan 18, 7:00PM - 10:00PM
210 East Main St,
Alhambra CA 91801
Do you remember your childhood? Do you remember Little Golden Tales? If not we're going to have to operate. Operate in which I mean check out this art show. Featuring some of the best of Nucleus's known artist. I'm kind of sad, because I don't think many of the pieces will be related to movies.
OPENING RECEPTION HIGHLIGHTS
* 8PM: Artist will be signing copies of her book, !
* Free Admission
* Complimentary refreshments
* 9PM: Raffle prize drawing
"A collection of cute monsters & irresistible strange beasts"
OPENING EVENT: Sat, Jan. 18th, 2014 (6-10pm)
Leanna Lin's Wonderland
5024 Eagle Rock Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Kaiju Monsters that will be all cute and cuddly. When do you think Q Pop and Leanna Lin's Wonderland will have a baby? Hey does anyone remember when Meltdown had mini stores around LA?
Opening Reception: Friday, Jan 17th, 7-10pm,
Additional Hrs - W-Sun, 11am-6pm
Hero Complex Gallery
2020 South Robertson Blvd., Studio D,
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Guillermo del Toro, Terry Gilliam, Stanley Kubrick, David Lynch & Ridley Scott are explored in art.
1101 W McKinley Ave
Pomona, CA 91768
Adults: $9 Seniors/Children $7
Celebrate the Lunar New Year Festival of the horse at the Asian American Expo. You really want me to make it out there for the , expo! 800 exhibitors and constant live shows to keep you entertained. Let's not forget a huge food court.
Jan 18 11am-5pm
USC Pacific Asia Museum
46 North Los Robles Avenue
Pasadena, California 91101
The Year of the Horse is celebrated with plenty of family activities at the USC Pacific Asia Museum
Jan 17- March 16
Santa Monica Pier
Hey, they couldn't stay at the Dolby theaters, but that doesn't mean they can just take your money again in Santa Monica. A new show under a real big top and with PETA telling Ringling Bros. how they can handle their elephants it might be the only big top you'll see for a while. Oh, wait maybe they got the people from Vegas who got hurt on that death defying act to come back from early death.
Seriously, I know people watch these show, but I could watch the regular circus.
Jan 21- May 11
If you missed the creation of South Park's Trey Parker and Matt Stone's jab at Mormons through song and dance you have a fairly long window to see it here in LA.
Jan 17 9pm
5253 W. Adams Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Harry Potter and boobs.
Glendale Civic Auditorium
Antique and vintage toy show, huge amount of items made of metal, something we don't have currently. See metal as it was meant to be seen.