The El Segundo Farmers' Market might only stretch out a block, but you can find good produce, snacks, kettle corn, and tamales all while enjoying some live entertainment. Another thing this farmers' market has going for it is that it's open late, from 3 - 7 p.m.
Eve Ensler, author of "The Vagina Monologues" and the new memoir "In the Body of the World," and Jody Williams, activist and author of the memoir "My Name Is Jody Williams," visit the Aloud reading series.
This small neighborhood farmers' market might not have more than 15 vendors, but it makes up for that with always fresh produce and a good selection of food. Pick up honey, tamales, or any other goodies you'd want to enjoy over the weekend.
The Owens Valley Growers Cooperative and the Eastern Sierra Certified Farmers Market present this new weekly farmers market featuring produce available by sale from farmers and by optional donation from community gardens.
The Eagle Rock Farmers Market presents this Friday night speaking series featuring experts from around the local food movement, including community gardeners, food artisans, horticulturalists, entrepreneurs and activists.
The Silver Lake Farmers' Market offers more than just fresh, local produce. Customers can also find vintage clothings, jewelry, music, and snacks. Don't miss this small neighborhood market happening from 8 - 1 p.m.
Message Media Ed - School of Black Leadership in the Digital Age
KCET.org blogger and host Christabel Nsiah-Buadi will be reading children's stories from around the globe on Saturday, May 25, from 11:00 - 11:45am at Message Media Ed - School of Black Leadership in the Digital Age, 4923 West Adams Boulevard, Los
Angeles, CA 90016
The Los Angeles Visionaries Association (LAVA) presents a screening of 'The Blacklisting of Hope Foye,' a documentary on a 1940s singer and her encounters with the House Un-American Activities Committee. Foye herself will be on-hand for a Q&A to follow the screening.
The Craft and Folk Art Museum presents an opening reception for their new exhibit, "This Is Not A Silent Movie," featuring acclaimed Alaska Native artists Sonya Kelliher-Combs, Da-ka-xeen Mehner, Susie Silook, and Nicholas Galanin.
The Los Feliz Farmers' Market might be small, but you can find all the produce, meats, and coffee you'll need from the vendors. Happening every Sunday from 9 - 2 p.m., this market is a good alternative to more crowded venues.
Join the Los Angeles Visionaries Association for a guided Memorial Day tour through Savannah Memorial Park. Established circa 1851 and recently made a California Historical Landmark, it's the oldest cemetery in Southern California.
Several of Los Angeles' greatest visual innovators -- Sharon Lockhart, Thom Andersen, and Natalie Bookchin -- present their work this week, demonstrating our city's incredible diversity in cinematic exploration.
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