Free museums, Trombone Shorty and the Grammys
1. Saturday, January 25, is the annual Museum Free-For-All, which means general admission to many museums around Los Angeles will be free. While general admission to all the museums participating in the program is free, added expenses, like parking and certain exhibitions that require a special ticket to attend, will still be at regular price.
Plus, it’s Grammy Week so why not head to the Grammy Museum. I went last weekend and it was cool. I just wish I had more time.
2. If you’re in the Claremont area, the Claremont Symphony Orchestra presents “A Concert for Young People, Peter and the Wolf” at Pomona College campus. To find out more: claremontso.org
3. If you LOVE the trombone, Troy Andrews (aka Trombone Shorty) will be at The Fonda Friday night and The El Rey Saturday night. I am telling you this guy’s talent will blow you away (so to speak). I’ve seen him twice and never saw an audience get into it like that. Here’s a taste.
And you can always get some great candy, make popcorn, get in your jammies by the fire and watch the Grammys Sunday night on CBS.