What’s Happening: April 7- April 17

The Kid/ The Red Balloon Double Feature

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WHEN: April 7, 10:30 A.M.- 2:30 P.M.

WHERE:  Vista Theater

WHAT: Charlie Chaplin’s 1921 masterpiece, plus some French movie (JK it’s really good.)

WHY: If you’re in the mood for a solid 4-hour cry.


Spring Artwalk at the L.A. Brewery

WHEN:  April 7, 11 A.M. – 6 P.M.

WHERE: 2100 Main St.,

WHAT: Celebrate Spring with the freshest local beers and studio visits.

WHY: Art? Beer? What’s not to like!


Silent Disco Sunday Party

WHEN: April 8, 6 P.M.- 11 P.M.

WHERE: North Hollywood, destination TBA

WHAT: Come out and celebrate Spring fever with the only cure: dance fever.

WHY: Come early to grab dinner and a drink, catch the sunset before heading upstairs for the quiet clubbing experience.


L.A. Foodie Con 2018

WHEN: April 8, 11 A.M.- 5 P.M.

WHERE: DTLA, Multiple Venues

WHAT: A “Comic Con-style consumer show for those with adventurous palates.”

WHY: If you’re a food enthusiast who’s had your fill of poké, cauliflower rice and upscale toast, you can discover the next big food trends at Foodie Con.


A Run to Remember Half Marathon

WHEN: April 8, 7 A.M. – 2 P.M.


WHAT: Run To Remember honors the past by raising funds to serve families of those who have fallen.

WHY: Support community programs such as police mentorships, education and scholarships for youth, equipment for local police and fire departments, at-risk-youth programs and veteran support.


Joe Donnelly: L.A. Man

WHEN: April 12,  7:30 P.M.

WHERE: Skylight Books

WHAT: A reading from a prominent L.A. Times profiler’s new book.

WHY: Get the dirt on Sean Penn.


Feast: True Love in and Out of the Kitchen

WHEN: April 13, 7:30 P.M.

WHERE: The Last Bookstore

WHAT: A memoir about love, eating disorders, and pizza.

WHY: Dive into “the underbelly of New York City’s glamorous culinary scene.”


Samantha Irby at Book Soup

WHEN: April 17, 7 P.M.

WHERE: Book Soup

WHAT: A reading and signing of Irby’s new essay collection, “Meaty.”

WHY: Get acquainted with “Irby’s infamous, scathing wit and poignant candor.”

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