Monday, July 18, 2016

Your Social Secretary 7/18

If you are tired of hearing about Kanye, Kim and Taylor;If the Republican National Committee nonsense is making you incensed: If you've been Pokeman updated out and you just need a break then check out these lovely happenings.

This week is Dine Out LA.Lunches range from $15-25 and Dinners range from $28-49 at various eateries across the city. Although it's prefix menus most have choices within said menu and it'll let you know if you like a place or not at a much more reasonable price.

For those of you that like Martini's instead of beer this year, Third Wednesdays in Downtown Culver City is all about the Martini this week. "Third Wednesday is this coming Wed from 5-9 PM- and this time we're doing Summer-tini tastings throughout Downtown Culver City! Live music from Rosendo and KCSN's own Lisa Finnie- an Open House at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, drink specials and more- come on down!"

That's all for today. I will probably update you on Thursday with some wonderful weekend info. Hang tight. 

Monday, July 11, 2016

Sweet Treats and Social Settings

There's always something to do in LA. Free is often the price tag. Here's a quick list of things to do. You can't say I didn't tell you.

Today is July 11 otherwise known as 7-11 They are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Slurpee on top of their usual freebie in honor of the day. There's sweet treats too so check out the link for all the details.

Tomorrow, Tuesday July 12, IHOP is celebrating there 58th birthday with 58 cent pancakes from 7-7. Find an IHOP near you with the link.

There's always a Museum offering a day free. Click the link to find one.

The following is a list of items from We Like LA some are free. If you click the link there's daily lists of events all about town.

The LACMA Music scene is alive and kicking. Check the link for the entire calendar.

Ryan Cross Jazz Eclectic with Special Guest Spanky Wilson
Fri Jul 15, 2016 | BP Grand Entrance | 6:00 PM

Melena and Ladies of Salsa
Sat Jul 16, 2016 | Hancock Park | 5:00 PM

iPalpiti Soloists & Duo Gurfinkel
Sun Jul 17, 2016 | Bing Theater | 6:00 PM

This Friday is DJ night at the Music Center. Check out the link DanceDTLA

Monday, July 4, 2016

Happy 4th of July

 We think of July 4, 1776, as a day that represents the Declaration of Independence and the birth of the United States of America as an independent nation. A date supposedly so important in American history has become an excuse to bargain shop, wear reproductions of the flag on every thing from hats to flip flops, eat barbecue, sun bathe and end the day with fireworks and apple pie. 

This year, as the food comas wear off, please remember that we have an extremely serious election ahead of us. Our freedoms as we know and love them are in grave jeopardy and unless we all make better choices for our future, This might have been the last best 4th for many moons to come.