This weekend gives a whole new meaning to “dancing with the stars.” Not only is the dancing star of “Singin’ in the Rain” in town, so is talented dance troupe Viver Brasil. Plus, you can travel to the perfect place to dance with stars - the Griffith Observatory.
Our goal is to make the Get Out planner as reliable as possible, but keep in mind, some events change at the last minute. We advise calling ahead just in case.
When/Where: 7:30 p.m. this Friday at the
Why Go: Michael Kaeshammer is “a spirited original along the lines of Harry Connick, Jr. and Jamie Cullum,” says The Toronto Star. The singer-pianist’s winning repertoire will leave smooth jazz fans satisfied.
When/Where: 3:45-10 p.m., departing from and returning to
Why Go: The Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles is a spectacular resource for public astronomy. Folks who attend this excursion can explore space with their own eyes at the Observatory, take a cosmic journey at the Samuel Oschin Planetarium Theatre and participate in other starry activities all designed to educate and delight.
Pricing: $10 resident, $15 non-resident
When/Where: 8 p.m. this Saturday at the
Why Go: Rooted in the traditional and contemporary dance forms and techniques of Brazil, this dance company pushes choreographic boundaries with vibrant performances featuring live percussion and vocals.
When/Where: 3 p.m. this Sunday at the
Why Go: Living legend Debbie Reynolds performs live with The Four Aces and The Big Band All Stars plus comedian Tony Russell.
When/Where: Any time at the new
Why Go: We recently reviewed Guppy Greenhouse, sister to , and their shaved ice is a real winner. Enjoy the ample-sized icy treat with toppings such as fresh mango, strawberries, bananas, red bean, taro, sweet milk and boba.
Pricing: To-go $5.99-6.50; for here $11.99-13.99
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