$6 – $9
Friday, Mar. 21 (11am)
Saturday, Mar. 22 (11am)
628 Alamitos Ave
Besides her personal background – both her father, Guillermo Kahlo, and her maternal grandmother were professional photographers – she brought different uses to photography: she collected daguerreotypes and calling cards from the nineteenth century, she kept photographs that she also intervened upon, cutting things out from them, writing dedications on them and personalizing hem as if they were paintings.
$32 – $52
Friday, Mar. 21 (8pm)
300 E Ocean Blvd
Four African-American women journey west to the all-black town of Nicodemus, Kansas in search of the freedom promised by the end of the Civil War. Based in part on actual journal entries, “Flyin’ West” highlights the struggles of black homesteaders who, following the advice of charismatic leader Benjamin “Pap” Singleton, took advantage of the Homestead Act to flee the racism and oppression of the South.For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 436-4610.
$60 (RLA Member $55)
Saturday, Mar. 22 (10am—12:30pm)
Rancho Los Alamitos Historic Ranch and Gardens
6400 Bixby Hill Road
Whether you are a novice or an experienced cook, chef or gardener, YOU can grow a small culinary herb garden (providing fresh and ever-ready herbs) in a decorative container right at your fingertips!Please join us as Chef Debbi Dubbs shares her “tips and tricks” for growing a successful container herb garden. After her demonstration you will plant a start-up herb garden in a decorative take-home container. A creative, customized plant tag will complete the project. Round-out this enjoyable event with Chef Debbi’s delectable herb scones and tea. Call a friend, make a date, and sign up today!
To make reservations or to receive information or directions to the Rancho, please call the Rancho office at (562) 431-3541 or visit www.rancholosalamitos.org.
Saturday, Mar. 22 (8pm—10pm)
Sunday, Mar. 23 (2pm—4pm)
Carpenter Performing Arts Center
6200 Atherton St
The all-male ballet company—delicately stuffed into tutus and man-sized toe shoes—returns after three sold out appearances to deliver hilarious twists on classical ballet.
A worldwide phenomenon, the comedy of “the Trocks” is only outmatched by their technical prowess. The New York Timesraves, “Their program of grand ballet is as much food for the mind as it is for the eye and the funny bone!”
Saturday, Mar. 22 (8pm—9:30pm)
2300 East 4th St
Sunday, Mar. 23 (5:30pm—8pm)
Long Beach City College
4901 E Carson St
In part of the 40th Anniversary of the Long Beach Bach Festival.
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