Let’s meet for the Women’s Day Celebration at the Wiltern! This year everyone can celebrate Women, Diversity & Entertainment with a special screening of Thelma & Louise
The Wiltern will have a panel of women discussing their careers, obstacles, advice and recommendations for young women wanting to go into business starting at 7PM.
MODERATOR: Lisa Licht, Live Nation, Chief Marketing Officer
PANELISTS: Alisa Xayalith: Lead singer of The Naked & Famous, Kristin Schaffer: Executive Director of Women In Film Association, Tori Letzler: Singer and composer for film music (American Horror Story: Coven) & Callie Khourie: Writer (Thelma & Louise)
This celebration of Women’s Day (March 8th) will highlight the story of friendship, courage, and freedom with a screening of THELMA & LOUISE (2h 20m). Doors open at 6PM, Panel starts 7PM and the Movie screens 8:30PM
This is an all ages event for girls, women, transgender, men, boys, fathers, mothers, friends, sisters and friends! It’s a great opportunity to see women who will talk not only about successes but failures and how they kept moving to fulfill their dream of success. Tickets are $10.50 (GA) and $14 (VIP with reserved seeking area, skip the line & one popcorn). Partial proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood LA
GA Tickets $10.50 plus fees: General Admission Seating, first come first serve
VIP Tickets: $14 plus fees: General Admission Reserved seating in VIP area, Skip the Line, One popcorn.
How do you plan to celebrate Woman’s Day? What’s your favorite woman empowerment film? Leave a comment below of what movie should be on my must watch list!
3790 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010
Wednesday March 8, 2017 Doors open at 6pm
Posted in Film, Los Angeles Tagged with: AHS Coven, Alisa Xayallith, Callie Khourie, fun things to do, Kristin Schaffer, Lisa Licht, Live Nation, Mid Wilshire, Naked & Famous, Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, Thelma & Louise, Tori Letzler, Wiltern, Women in Film, Women's Day Celebration
Head DTLA for Tacolandia 2016 on Saturday, June 11th from 3 -7pm at El Pueblo de Los Angeles. L.A. Weekly is presenting the fourth annual gourmet taco festival with over 100 top taco vendors selected by the World’s First Tacorazzo, Bill Esparza. I attended my dream foodie event last year and was impressed with the selection of tacos! They had tastes for everyone from BEEF, Pork and CHEESE to vegetarian to seafood and everything in between ..
General Admission tickets will be available for $40 and include entry into the event, entertainment, access to cash bars, as well as tacos from over 100 vendors. A limited number of VIP admission tickets will be available for $60. VIP Admission tickets include all general admission perks plus a VIP gift bag, separate entrance, and access to an exclusive VIP lounge with its own bar.
Sponsors of this year’s Tacolandia include: Presenting sponsor Tabasco, Exclusive Beer Sponsor Estrella, Hustler Hollywood, Spearmint Rhino, Masienda, Del Real Foods, Jarritos, Diabolo, Beautiful Things LA, DRY Sparkling, Califia Farms, Beautiful Things LA, Zouq, Farm Fresh to You, Destiny Candle, Goorin Brothers and Live Nation.
Tacolandia is proud to announce the El Pueblo Park Association and Food Forward as our charity beneficiaries for this event.
El Pueblo Park Association (EPPA) was founded in 1982 to foster public interest in, and good will for, El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument (El Pueblo). They are a volunteer group dedicated to promoting the historic plaza and its historic buildings. In addition, they are devoted to expanding El Pueblo’s use as an educational and cultural facility by: raising funds for the restoration, conservation and promotion of El Pueblo as a unique gathering place for the celebration of the historical and multicultural heritage of Los Angeles and sponsoring exhibitions and special events at El Pueblo.
Food Forward rescues fresh local produce that would otherwise go to waste, connecting this abundance with people in need, and inspiring others to do the same. HARVEST FOOD • FIGHT HUNGER • BUILD COMMUNITY They are a volunteer-powered group of Southern Californians who are passionate about making change around hunger in our community. Food Forward convenes at private properties, public spaces, and farmers and wholesale markets to recover excess fruits and vegetables, donating 100% to local direct-service agencies who feed our community’s most vulnerable. Combined, theirr diverse distribution partners provide food to over 100,000 clients a month across Southern California.
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Posted in Los Angeles Tagged with: All Flavor No Grease, Amor y Tacos, Anepalco’s Café, Aqui es Texcoco, B.S. Taqueria, Barrio Café, Beautiful Things LA, Bill Esparza, Bistro LQ, Breddos Tacos, Bull Taco, Burritos La Palma, Cacao Mexicatessen, Califia Farms, Carnitas El Momo, charity, Chef Adria Montaño, Chef Katsuji Tanabe, Chef Priscilla Curiel, Chichen Itza, Cielito Lindo, Colonia Tacos Guisados, Comida, Coni'Seafood, Corazón de Tierra, Corazon y Miel, Del Real Foods, Destiny Candle, Dia de los Puercos, Diabolo, Dos Chinos, DRY Sparkling, DTLA, El Colimense, El Coraloense, El Marinero By Chef Ninive, El Pueblo de Los Angeles, El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, El Pueblo Park Association, El Sonorita, Exclusive Beer Sponsor Estrella, Farm Fresh to You, Food Forward, Frida Tacos, Galaxy Taco, Goorin Brothers, gourmet taco festival, Gracias Señor!, Guerrilla Tacos, Huitlacoche, Hustler Hollywood, Jarritos, Kaya Street Kitchen, Komodo, L.A. Weekly, La Calaca Fish Tacos, La Embajada, La Monarca Bakery, La Taquiza, LA Weekly, Las 7 Regiones de Oaxaca, Las Molenderas, Live Nation, Loteria Grill!, Mariscos Guerrerense, Mariscos Jalisco, Masienda, Mexicali Taco Co., Mexicano & Flautas, Mi Ensenada Fish Tacos, Naugles, Oaxaca on Wheels, Petty Cash Taqueria, Pez Cantina, Prime Tacos, Primera Taza, Puertos del Pacifico, Puesto, RBTA x Monkey Bar, Revolutionario LA Food, Rocio's Mexican Kitchen, Slapfish, Soho Taco, SOL Cocina, Sonoritas, Spearmint Rhino, Tabasco, Taco, Taco Libre LA, Taco Maria, Tacolandia, Tacos Kokopelli, Tacos Quetzalcoatl, Tacos Super Gallito, Tamales Elena, Tlayuda L.A., Tobasco, Tortas Ahogadas Ameca, Tortas Ahogadas Guadalajara in LA, union station, Urbana Anaheim, World's First Tacorazzo, Zema Latin Vibes, Zouq
I haven’t been to a concert in a while and looking over the shows for Irvine. Well am thinking that I want to go back to the 80s with Bryan Adams, Jack’s 10th Show (Tears for Fears, Bush, CAKE, Everclear, Lit), Foreigner, Hall & Oats and nerd out with the Pacific Symphony with Star Trek music (squeal).
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Posted in concert, music Tagged with: Bryan Adams, Bush, CAKE, Daryl Hall, Everclear, Foreigner, Hall & Oats, Hall and Oates, Hilton, Jack's 10th Show, John Oates, Lit, Live Nation, Mayer Hawthorne, Music, National Concert Day, Pacific Symphony, Star Trek, Tears for Fears, USA