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Aug
19
Sun
Teen Annex: The Little Shop of Horrors @ TKTC Studio
Aug 19 – Nov 10 all-day
Aug
20
Mon
4-day Monthly Payment @ JDE DTLA
Aug 20 2018 – Jun 5 2019 all-day
Littlest Shop of Horrors @ TKTC Studio
Aug 20 – Nov 10 all-day
Aug
21
Tue
Deep Shallow Water Aerobics – (2 class per week) @ George Elder Park
Aug 21 – Oct 25 all-day
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Aug 21 @ 11:30 am – Aug 22 @ 9:30 am

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Aug
23
Thu
Deep Dive on Amazon Athena @ Long Beach
Aug 23 @ 9:00 am – 9:00 am

When: August 23 | 9:00 AM – 9:45 AM PT (12:00 PM – 12:45 PM ET) Level 300 | Service Deep Dive Amazon Athena is an interactive query service that enables you to process data directly from Amazon S3 without the need for infrastructure. Since its launch at re:Invent 2016, several organizations have adopted Athena as the central tool to process all their data. In this talk, we dive deep into the most common use cases, including working with other AWS services. We review the best practices for creating tables and partitions and performance optimizations. We also dive into how Athena handles security, authorization, and authentication. Learning Objectives: • Learn the common use-cases for using Athena, AWS’ interactive query service on S3• Learn best practices for creating tables and partitions and performance optimizations• Learn how Athena handles security, authorization, and authentication Who Should Attend: Anyone with data in S3 like log files generated by AWS services (CloudFront, ELB, VPC Flow, etc), who have built a S3 “data lake”, who want to do big data analyticsSpeaker(s): Roy Hasson, Sr. Business Development Manager, AWS

Japanese Cafe @ Shumei Hollywood Center
Aug 23 @ 7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Japanese Cafe Every Thursday, 7:30 PM – 9 PM Free Admission Email: [email protected] Location: 7406 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046 The Japanese CAFE is NOW open to BEGINNERS! Come and practice your Japanese and have FUN! There will be chats with native Japanese speakers and fellow Japanese Learners in the Hollywood Center! Relaxed atmosphere! Shumei Hollywood Center 7406 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046 (323) 876-5528 [email protected] https://shumei.us/ (3 blocks west of La Brea Ave., 1 block north of Hollywood Blvd.)

MÒZÂMBÎQÚE and Sangha Sound At Radiant Space @ Radiant Space
Aug 23 @ 8:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Radiant Space presents an evening of music with a sound bath feel by MÒZÂMBÎQÚE and Sangha Sound inside Darren Sarkin’s Infinity Pod Light Installation, “Burning Light.” Performance tickets include entrance into the infinity pod as well.  Doors at 8:00pm, show at 8:15pm. Please bring a blanket, yoga mat, pillows or anything else needed to make yourself comfortable while lying or sitting down. MÒZÂMBÎQÚE Andrew grew up in the jazz and funk scene in San Francisco, where he developed an affinity for instrumental music like STS9, Tea Leaf Green and Medeski Martin and Wood. In his early twenties he bought a one way ticket to Zimbabwe without much of a plan or idea as to what came next. While traveling around the world, he studied and learned all sorts of instruments & percussion, from a Kudu antler horn in South Africa to the Tabla in India. He hiked Everest Base Camp, tracked lions in Kenya, sailed to Madagascar & surfed in Indonesia, all while being amazed at how well artists like The Album Leaf, Tycho and Bonobo could enhance these experiences with their worldly sounds. Andrew’s passion for traveling, the outdoors & natures provides musical direction for his style & aesthetic. In his solo project (MÒZÂMBÎQÚE), he always he creates a diverse array of electronic music from ambient soundscapes to deep-house & even hip-hop. He always seeks to portray a vision walking along the sea, standing atop a mountain or sitting in a open meadow. In his ambient / sound bath DJ set at radiant space there will be plenty of room to relax & get lost in this immersive experience. Facebook  • Soundcloud • Instagram Listen to the debut album ffm.to/mozambique ———————– SANGHA SOUND  The essence of Sangha is awareness, compassion, acceptance, harmony, and kinship. These key elements are present in healthy and well-functioning communities. Sangha Sound is a conduit for building community. It is a tool for us to align with the most pure parts of our higher self while connecting us with the world around us. By meditating with sacred sound, we are able to assimilate our most heartfelt intentions while regenerating the body. Brandon Kaysen is dedicated to raising awareness, inspiring passion, creating harmony and spreading love through his teachings and sonic-yoga experiences. His personal practice is grounded in the studies of yoga, zen, and environmental awareness. While Brandon has been exploring spirituality his entire life, he began studying and facilitating sacred sound meditations in 2012. Brandon’s mentor, Sotantar Suraj, inspired his journey into Kundalini Yoga and sacred sound during a vital time in his journey – exposing new pathways toward self-mastery. Brandon is a fellow traveler who is committed to growing a hear-centered sangha through sound.  While Brandon uses instruments old and young, the use of sound as a healing tool is not a new phenomenon. From the aboriginal people of Australia to Native American Indians and Ancient China, sound has been used therapeutically for thousands of years. As we recall this ancient wisdom, these sacred instruments bring ancestral knowledge into the present moment and help us develop a connection with the creative and sustaining life force of the universe. https://www.sanghasound.com/ https://www.facebook.com/sanghasound/ ——————- RADIANT SPACE radiantspacela.comwingspeak.comhttps://www.facebook.com/events/1940229916222486/ 1444 N Sierra Bonita AveLos Angeles, CA 90046off of Sunset Paid parking lot off of Gardner St. Free street parking. Uber and Lyft recommended.

Aug
25
Sat
Commune with Nature @ Shumei Hollywood Center
Aug 25 @ 9:30 am – 9:30 am

Commune with Nature Every Saturday, 9:30 AM – 12PM Admission: Free (Donation is welcome) Phone: (323) 876-5528 Email: [email protected] Location: 7406 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046 Learn about Natural Agriculture and how to grow food in pure untreated soil. This is a great chance to commune with nature and revitalize your spirit at Shumei’s Natural Agriculture Garden in Hollywood! Natural Agriculture is a philosophy and a way of life based on a deep respect and regard for Nature. It encompasses the way we eat, cook, and think about food. In addition to the sustainable farming of crops, Natural Agriculture puts us in touch with the wisdom of nature so that we can work in harmony with our world.http://shumei-na.us/ Shumei America Hollywood Center 7406 Franklin Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90046 (323) 876-5528 [email protected] http://shumei.us (3 blocks west of La Brea Ave., 1 block north of Hollywood Blvd.) Shumei Hollywood Garden Seasonal vegetables & fruits are glowing in the garden by Natural Agriculture method which  is based on deep respect and regard for Nature. It is a way of farming which does not use any pesticides, fertilizers, or additives. Read more about Natural Agriculture in http://shumei-na.us/ . A Garden Oasis in The City (8 minutes video)

Aug
26
Sun
Full Moon Potluck Party ~Japanese Summer Festival Style~ @ Shumei Hollywood Center
Aug 26 @ 6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

JAPANESE SUMMER FESTIVAL IN THE GARDEN SUNDAY AUGUST 26th, 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM On the night of a full moon, join us at the Shumei Hollywood Center to share gratitude and celebrate 39 years of love and belief. Summer festival is one of the most popular authentic celebrations in Japan. We call it “Natsu-Matsuri.” It was originally recognized as the ritual to worship ancestors; some were also known as prayers offered to ward off natural disaster. However, nowadays people celebrate simply to have fun in old fashion style. Here, you’ll see various Japanese traditional clothes, games, dances etc. People wear “Yukata” which is more commonly referred as summer Kimono. Games include Yo-yo scooping and so on. Please take this wonderful opportunity to experience our tradition. And of course, have fun! Enjoy! This party will be hosted in a potluck style, please feel free to bring any food you’d like. Alternatively, you may also participate by paying as below. We Hollywood center will organize beverages and alcohol. Adult fee (over than 12 years) $10 Child fee (4 years to 11 years) $5 Baby fee (0 years to 3 years) $0 Please let us know what food you’ll be bringing to the e-mail shown below [email protected] by 8/24 (Fri). Thank you!! Shumei Hollywood Garden Seasonal vegetables & fruits are glowing in the garden by Natural Agriculture method which is based on deep respect and regard for Nature. It is a way of farming which does not use any pesticides, fertilizers, or additives. Read more about Natural Agriculture in http://shumei-na.us/ . A note about parking: If the driveway is full, please avoid streets with restricted parking signs. Parking spots are listed from closest to farthest from the Hollywood Center: – Franklin Ave: This is the closest parking, but also the most difficult to find a space. Beware of ‘permit only’ and ‘2-hour’ limited parking. – Camino Palermo St: Park on either side of the street, then walk uphill to Franklin Ave., then one block west. – Hollywood Blvd: Park near Vista Avenue on either side of the street, then walk one long block north and uphill to get to Franklin Ave. – Sierra Bonita Ave: Park on the west side of the street, then walk uphill to Franklin Ave., then three blocks east. – Curson Ave: One block west of Sierra Bonita. Franklin Ave. does not continue that far west, so you need to access Curson Ave. from Hollywood Blvd. Drive far up the hill and park near the entrance to the little park. Then walk through the park (short distance) to Franklin Ave. No parking on Vista or Gardner Avenues. Some of Franklin Avenue is by permit only, or has a 2-hour limit. Beware, some signs are confusing.