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Coffee festival and meeting of the Russian film club: how to spend a weekend in Los Angeles (November 8-10)

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What: Louis Vuitton X Exhibition

When: Friday-Sunday, November 8-10.

Where: 468 North Rodeo Drive 90210 Beverly Hills CA

More: The Louis Vuitton X exhibition is an impressive journey through the 160-year history of House creative collaborations.

The exhibition brings together a luxurious collection of over 180 exhibits from the Louis Vuitton archives.

Louis Vuitton X is a rich and captivating experience that inspires Louis Vuitton to continuously explore the ideas between past and future, heritage and modernity, tradition and innovation.

Cost: Free.

What: Festival of Italian restaurants

Фото: Depositphotos

When: Friday-Sunday, November 8-10.

Where: Eataly LA, 10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90067

More: This two-week festival includes lunch and dinner with two dishes and wine at special prices at all Eataly restaurants in Los Angeles. Culinary experts are diligently creating new menus that reflect Italian autumn traditions and the best ingredients the season has to offer.

Restaurants offer their visitors two types of menus - for $ 18 and $ 28, as well as many types of different Italian wines.

Cost: $ 18-28.

What: Exhibition '29 rooms'

When: Friday-Sunday, November 8-10.

Where: Beverly Venue 4315 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90004

More: The 29 Rooms exhibition is back in Los Angeles. The event will include 29 of various interactive spaces created by artists who encourage people to come into contact with art, touch and interact with art, as well as with people around them.

Cost: $ 25.

What: Los Angeles Coffee Festival

Фото: Depositphotos

When: Friday-Sunday, November 8-10.

Where: Magic Box 1933 South Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90007

More: Real coffee gourmets and simply lovers of this refreshing drink will find many interesting things at the event. Guests will be able to try hundreds of different varieties of coffee of different roasts, as well as watch latte art, musical performances, visit the exhibition of themed works of art and purchase coffee and accessories necessary for its preparation.

Cost: From $ 27.

What: Exciting exhibition 'The Evil Dead' at the Mystical Museum

When: Friday-Sunday, November 8-10.

Where: Bearded Lady's Mystic Museum, 3204 W Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505

More: The Mystery Museum presents a creepy and ruthlessly funny theme gallery. From September 7 to December 7, the exhibition can be viewed at the exhibition dedicated to the cult film The Evil Dead.

The museum has teamed up with Renaissance Pictures to show original details from Bruce Campbell's demonic films - some of which were shown for the first time - plus staged photo booths.

The exhibition will feature original works by local artists, sculptors and other masters on the subject.

Cost: $ 12.

What: Stanley Kubrick photo exhibition

Фото: Depositphotos

When: Friday-Sunday, November 8-10.

Where: Skirball Cultural Center 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90049

More: For those who know him as a director, Stanley Kubrick's early career as a photojournalist is a revelation. In 1945, the future director of such classic works as 2001: The Space Odyssey (1968) and Clockwork Orange (1971) was just a teenager, but with a strange photographic sensibility, who was already looking for stories about human interests for Look magazine.

Stanley Kubrick was seventeen years old when he sold his first photograph in the illustrated magazine Look in 1945. In his photographs, many of which were not published, Kubrick photographed his hometown, drawing inspiration from nightclubs, street scenes and sports.

He created a work that was far ahead of his time and focused on topics that inspired him throughout his creative life. Indeed, his photograph laid the foundations for his cinematography: he learned through the camera lens to be a keen observer of human interactions and tell stories using images in dynamic sequences.

Cost: $ 0-12.

What: Meeting of the Russian cinema club 'ProKino'

When: Friday, November 8 with 19: 00.

Where: In Royter's Kitchen / In the Kitchen at Reuter 9265 Activity Rd # 105, San Diego 92126

More: Cinema Lovers Club “Viewing Cinema” (“ProKino”) invites everyone to the next meeting. A new film by Valery Todorovsky “Odessa” will be offered for viewing and discussion.

The film takes place in Odessa in August 1970 year. To visit the father-in-law with his mother-in-law, Grigory Iosifovich and Raisa Irovna Davydov, his brother-in-law Boris, an international journalist, and his eight-year-old son Valerik arrive from Moscow. On the day of their arrival in Odessa, quarantine is announced. The city is being closed, and Boris, who arrived for a couple of days, remains on an unplanned vacation, which will change his life forever.

Cost: $ 10.

What: Native American Art Fair

Фото: Depositphotos

When: Saturday-Sunday, 9-10 November.

Where: XHUMX Western Heritage Way of Los Angeles, 4700

More: It is the largest folk arts fair in California and features works by more than 200 Native American masters from more than 40 tribes.

Among the works are sculpture, ceramics, beadwork, weaving, photographs, paintings, jewelry, textiles, wood carving and much more.

Also, guests will enjoy musical performances, children's events, performances, film shows and a variety of themed treats.

Cost: $ 6-15.

What: Chinese Lantern Garden

When: Saturday-Sunday, 9-10 November.

Where: Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanical Garden, 301 N Baldwin Ave, Arcadia, CA 91007

More: Stroll through the gardens, filled with massive Chinese lanterns, fiery flowers and fancy dragons.

The evening event in the botanical garden of Arcadia includes many Chinese lanterns, but not small ones that can be seen almost everywhere, but huge luminous installations with thematic arches and mythical creatures. Lanterns made in the Chinese province of Sichan are organized at the exhibition on three topics: nature, kindergarten and Chinese culture.

Cost: $ 23-28.

What: Annual Slavic Festival

Фото: Depositphotos

When: Sunday, November 10 with 12: 00.

Where: 650 St. Micheltorena, Los Angeles 90026

More: On November 10, the annual Slavic Festival will be held in Los Angeles. The event will feature traditional cuisine, a traditional samovar, pies, as well as special dishes for children.

In addition, visitors will enjoy a rich entertainment program:

  • Children's Church Choir
  • dance studio "Katyusha"
  • puppet-show
  • live music
  • folk ensemble "Spring"
  • trampoline and aqua-makeup for children.

At the festival you can also buy souvenirs, books, gifts, icons, decorations and handmade greeting cards.

Cost: Free.

In addition, interesting events for each day of the week can be found in our calendar. Come, learn, share with friends.

Before the visit, check the organizers website for details and location of the event, as they may vary.

Keep us informed about what is happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to the mail

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