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YouTube Theater, 1011 Stadium Drive, Inglewood, CA 9

August 17, 2022

7:00 pm To 11:00 pm

Are you ready to Tear the Roof Off the Sucka? If so, Extraterrestrial funkmeister brothers George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic will be landing the Mothership right here in the atomic town of Inglewood. Watch and dance as Uncle Jam turns it into One Nation Under A Groove. For 50 years,… Read more…

Saban Theatre, 8440 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90211

August 18, 2022

7:00 pm To 9:00 pm

Hollywood Confidential will salute actress, influencer, and New York Times bestselling author, Ms. Tabitha Brown, in celebration of her trailblazing career. The discussion will also focus on how to heal during these unprecedented times. You don’t want to miss this event! This installment of #HollywoodConfidential is powered by DOVE and The Crown Act, making… Read more…

Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College, 120 West Bonita Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711

August 18, 2022

8:00 pm To 10:00 pm

“From the unsettling opening frames accompanied by a series of warning music cues (‘Run rabbit run!’), Jordan Peele seduces, subverts and manipulates audience expectations — as the masters Alfred Hitchcock, John Carpenter, and Stanley Kubrick did before him… Get Out is both admonition and warning, but it’s also what Peele wants the… Read more…

Regency West, 3339 West 43rd Street, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90008

August 18, 2022

7:30 pm To 11:00 pm

Laughs abound as Regency West brings on the funny with “Bring It To Me” at Leimert Park Comedy Nights Every Thursday hosted by funnyman Keith “Lookaround” Morris with Yvette the Funnylady and Black Kasper. VIP Tables available.

Hollywood Bowl, 2301 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90068

August 18, 2022

8:00 pm To 10:00 pm

Joseph Young leads Carlos Simon’s Portrait of a Queen, which uses the orchestra and dramatic spoken word to trace Black history in America. With Debbie Allen as the narrator, Davóne Tines performs boldly re-imagined American classics and the evening closes with Copland’s quintessentially American score for Billy the Kid. Read more…