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N. 10 Restaurant Opens
This contemporary Italian restaurant offers a multi-regional flair with high-quality, seasonal dishes designed for you to experience the authentic Italian cuisine, along an international crafted cocktail menu. Restauranteur Emanuele Romani and former Italian soccer legend, Alessandro Del Piero, Juventus & Italy’s “N.10” have combined their passion for authentic Italian cuisine and created an inviting place where people can gather and have a good time. The sleek, clean space has a modern vibe with a front patio facing 3rd St, two large fireplaces and an open kitchen. Spacecraft Design Group, founded by Kris Keith, was charge of the full design and building process and has used marble, wood, leather and venetian plaster materials with an overall natural color palette using brown/beige and off-white earthy tones. 8436 W. 3rd St, West Hollywood, CA

The Museum of Selfies Opens
Selfies occur on average 2.4 million times a day on social media alone. A new museum opening in Los Angeles will allow you to explore this social phenomenon through the lens of history, art, science, and culture, all while providing the ability to take a variety of visually-stimulating selfies inside the interactive and immersive exhibits. Open for a limited time, The Museum of Selfies will feature various one-of-a-kind exhibits dedicated to the most popular image categories spanning mankind, including: the “high-up selfie,”  the “bathroom selfie,” the “food selfie,” a super-sized exhibit that satisfies taste buds and foodie fanatics; a “narcissist” exhibit examining the number of deaths from selfie-related accidents while also offering a lesson in Greek mythology; and many other unique selfie opportunities that are reminiscent of today and of centuries ago. The museum will also feature works from modern artists from around the world providing their provocative and creative vision of the selfie phenomenon. Furthermore, a proposed Guinness Book of World Records item that will be unveiled at the grand opening and will remain on display throughout the pop-up experience. Regardless of your perception of the selfie sensation, the museum offers a highly-visual and educational experience with every installation while also encouraging the inner-artist to post and initiate a discussion of the origin of selfies and their meanings. And while other museums may have banned them, selfie sticks aren’t just allowed inside, they are encouraged. $25; 211 N. Brand Blvd, Glendale, CA


Gelateria Uli’s Deal
Active now, Gelateria Uli’s West Hollywood location is offering 15% off residents with the proof of residence in 90048 zip code.Try Gelateria Uli’s seasonally rotating creative winter flavors such as Fresh Mint Stracciatella, Maple Pecan Gelato, White Chocolate Peppermint, Zabaglione, and Pumpkin Spice Gelato. Or try signature favorites like, Coconut Lemongrass Sorbet, Yogurt Lavender, Banana White Chocolate, Espresso with Chocolate Waffle Bits, Black Sesame, Speculoos Cookies and California Pistachio all made with love by owner Uli Nasibova! Tuesday, 5-10 pm; 8044 W. Third St, Los Angeles, CA 90048

Canter’s Deli Celebrates 70 Years With a 70 Cent Reuben Sandwich
Ready to celebrate with Canter’s? Order a vegetarian or pastrami reuben, which comes with a homemade pickle, chips, and a chocolate chip rugula. Canter’s has been around for more than 70 years, opening their first deli in Jersey City in 1924. Canter’s headed to the west coast in 1931, and opened their first Los Angeles location in Boyle Heights. Canter’s opened at its current Fairfax location in 1948. Canter’s has been a late night spot many times for myself. The restaurant is bright, cheery, loud, and authentically retro. Canter’s attached bar, the Kibbitz Room has live music nightly, with a number of famous acts getting their start on the Kibbitz stage, like the Wallflowers, and Fiona Apple. Tuesday’s special is one per customer, and dine-in only. Tuesday, 4 pm-midnight; 419 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles, CA

EMISSARY at Blind Dragon
Enjoy a cocktail hour, panel discussion with innovative and controversial women in art and a performance by Saint Sinner. There will also be sounds by DJ SheRock and special guests include: Illma Gore, The Kaplan Twins, Niqko, Meg Zany, Alexandra Velasco and Cooper T. Moll. $10; Tuesday, 8 pm; 9201 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069


Melody Adds Lunch Service
Melody, the two-month old “lazy French” restaurant and wine bar in Silver Lake, is now open for lunch. While the patio’s relaxed vibe makes you want to linger, the lunch offering is specifically designed to accommodate those who might be more pressed for time. The quick and easy menu features the Crispy Chicken Cordon Bleu Sandwich; Gem Lettuce Salad with Avocado Green Goddess and Rick’s Oro Blanco; Harissa-spiked Ratatouille with Poached Eggs
and Chevre; and the French Ham and Butter Baguette with house made potato chips. In addition, the kitchen will be debuting the ‘Melody Burger’ a secret house-blended patty layered with mushroom au poivre sauce, melted raclette cheese and tangy house-made green tomato cornichons for $13. Beverages include La Colombe coffee, Sugarbird teas, and fresh-squeezed juices. Wednesday-Friday, 11 am to 4 pm; 751 N Virgil Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90029

LA Art Show
The LA Art Show is the international art experience with over 100 galleries from 18 countries exhibiting painting, sculpture, works on paper, installation, photography, design, video and performance. To celebrate the diversity as a city and a fair, they’re working with local and international museum curators and galleries to develop innovative programming, engaging dialogs and cutting-edge exhibitions with an ecumenical resonance. Building on last year’s excitement, DIVERSEartLA dedicates over 60,000 square feet in the LA ART SHOW to performance art, installations, exhibits and programs curated by major museums and arts organizations. The DIVERSEartLA section is devoted to nurturing the creativity of collectors, artists, curators and institutions by providing a contemporary art platform that helps to empower, connect and engage LA’s dynamic community and diverse audiences with the world. Dialogs LA returns in 2018 with talks and panel discussions led by international curators, esteemed panels comprised of artists, designers, collectors, art influencers and museum directors.  $25-$250; Wednesday through January 14th; Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 South Figueroa St, South Hall, Los Angeles, CA


The Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA
The Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA, a celebration of performance art presented as part of the Getty-led initiative. Organized by REDCAT, CalArts’ Center for Contemporary Arts, in collaboration with partner organizations throughout the city, the 11-day festival will feature more than 75 works by Latin American and Latino artists, performed at more than 20 indoor and outdoor spaces throughout greater Los Angeles. Supported by a major grant from the Getty Foundation, events will range from large-scale, site-specific performances to multi-artist evenings and will be presented in parks, plazas, galleries, theaters, and busy urban settings. Through January 21st




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