Artisanal LA: Producer
Saturday, Nov. 10 from
Noon – 2 p.m.
The Market on Holly, Pasadena
Artisanal LA celebrates the best of the city’s local foods. This Saturday, Morning Glory Confections gets the spotlight with its small batch of brittles.
And this is not your grandmother’s peanut brittle. Morning Glory’s Max Lesse will be on hand to share his unusual flavors, such as Indian curry and New Mexico chili, and to answer questions about his brittle-making process.
Entry is $5, ensuring more than your money’s worth of food. One of Morning Glory’s brittle trio boxes typically runs upward of $40.
L.A. Contemporary Dance Company: Cave…A Dance for Lilith
Friday, Nov. 9 — Saturday,
Nov. 17 at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m.
Move over, Eve: The L.A. Contemporary Dance Company’s latest show focuses on Lilith, Adam’s first wife in Judaic folklore.
Known as one of the founders of original sin, Lilith abandoned Adam for an affair with an archangel, eventually forcing God to create Eve, who would hold the title as the mother of the human race as a substitute. Now, with Cave…A Dance for Lilith the L.A. Contemporary Dance Company puts the focus back on the demonic first woman. The show, written by Aaron Henne and choreographed by Kate Hutter, uses innovative choreography to draw parallels between the creation story and contemporary issues. But no matter your religious background, catching this groundbreaking show will put an interesting perspective on the nature of human relationships.
Tickets are $25 at the door, $20 online.
Mumford and Sons
Saturday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m.
Mumford and Sons kicks off the first night of its L.A. stay at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday.
Attendees will hear songs from the band’s latest album Babel, including the hit track “I Will Wait.” And the forecast for cooler temperatures means it will be plenty appropriate to sport your best knit sweater to complement the English band’s fresh folk-rock sound.
Mumford and Sons aren’t scheduled to perform in the U.S. again until February, so catch them now before you grow sick of the band’s radio overplay.
All Ages: The Boston
Friday, Nov. 9 – Saturday,
Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m.
Spielberg Theater at the Egyptian
Fans of punk rock will be pleased to welcome All Ages: The Boston Hardcore Film to the Egyptian Theater this weekend.
The new documentary by director Drew Stone follows the development of punk rock in Bean Town in the early ’80s. All Ages explores the do-it-yourself ethic that contributed to ideologies of individualism and anti-commercialism of the punk period, focusing on both the talented musicians of the era as well as the mentality of the teenage generation first exposed to this rock subculture.
Need another incentive? The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Stone and a few influential leaders of the DIY movement.
Tickets are $9 for students.