What to Do In Los Angeles During Grammy Week (If You're Not on the Grammys)

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WHERE TO GET YOUR HIGH-BROW FIX

The Grammys have you ever lined in relation to popular culture. Branch out with some primo excessive artwork whilst you’re in L.A.

1. Notorious RBG: The Life And Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.

The Skirball Cultural Center’s retrospective reveals how the Supreme Court justice turned an icon of feminism and vogue. (The woman can rock a crocheted collar!)

2. Rooftop Cinema Club
6121 Sunset Blvd.

Ditch the laptop computer (or lodge TV) for one thing higher: a rooftop deck at NeueHouse, the place throwback films are projected below the Hollywood evening sky.

three. Chinese New Year Program
2301 N. Highland Ave.

On Feb. 6 and seven, the L.A. Philharmonic will highlight Pulitzer Prize-winning composer-performer Du Yu on the Hollywood Bowl.

four. Linda Vista
135 N. Grand Ave.

Catch Pulitzer-winning author Tracy Letts’ midlife disaster play on the Mark Taper Forum.

5. Astaire Dances II: Fred & Ginger
300 S. Grand Ave.

The American Contemporary Ballet reimagines the well-known footwork of Astaire and Rogers alongside a dwell rating.

6. Sarah Cain: The Sun Will Not Wait
2622 S. La Cienega Blvd.

Swing by Honor Fraser Gallery to take a look at native star Cain’s super-saturated work.

7. David Hockney: Selected Works
45 N. Venice Blvd.

After celebrating his 80th birthday on the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Hockney returns to the L.A. Louver Gallery.

eight. Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings
1200 Getty Center Drive

Prepare for an entire lot of newness from Mann: Nearly half of the images at this Getty Center exhibit have by no means been proven.


FUELING UP FOR THE BIG NIGHT

For the most effective slices within the nation, Los Angeles’ pizza scene now rivals New York’s and Chicago’s.

1. Brooklyn-Style: Roberta’s
8850 Washington Blvd.

After a sequence of pop-ups, the Brooklyn cult favourite strikes inside Culver City’s city house, Platform. After making an attempt the well-known blistered pies, save room for West Coast-only dishes like yellow polenta with Santa Barbara sea urchin.

2. California-Style: Elephante
1332 Second St.

It’s within the coronary heart of gorgeous Santa Monica, sure. And the single-serving pizza is top-notch, positive. But what makes a meal at Nicholas Mathers’ Elephante is attending to take pleasure in it from the restaurant’s covetable rooftop, which boasts three totally different bar areas.

three. Roman-Style: Triple Beam
5918 N. Figueroa St.

It’s easy: 1. Show the parents at Nancy Silverton’s Highland Park fast-casual outpost what measurement slice you’re hungry for together with your arms (or a yardstick). 2. Watch them reduce stated slice with “scizzas” (spatula-tipped scissor hybrids). three. Pay by the ounce.

four. Late-night supply: Pizzaoki
Via Postmates or UberEats

Papa John’s can step apart for the brand new pizza man on the town: EDM producer Steve Aoki, who launched his delivery-only operation in July. All pizzas (other than the white pie) are slathered with a sauce that’s purportedly Aoki’s mom’s private recipe.

5. Neapolitan-style: Ronan
7315 Melrose Ave.

Shareable dishes make up an enormous portion of the menu, however the wood-fired pizza is what this West Hollywood spot, helmed by chef Daniel Cutler, is all about. Wash down a seasonally topped slice with a flower- or disco ball-garnished cocktail.

What to Do In Los Angeles During Grammy Week (If You're Not at the Grammys)

This article initially appeared within the Dec. 22 challenge of Billboard.