Here’s where you can see A Christmas Story, A Wonderful Life, and Black Christmas this week in Los Angeles.
The Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles is an art and history museum dedicated to connecting Jewish heritage to America’s civic and cultural past. The campus was designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie. Tomorrow the museum opens its latest show, devoted to Safdie’s career.
In the ’60’s there was the Bay of Pigs and the Cuban Missile crisis, in the ’90s there was Buena Vista Social Club, and now that an ailing Fidel has ceded authority to his brother Raul, after presiding over his country since 1959, our strange relationship with Cuba has taken a new character, travel restrictions have been somewhat eased, and we are seeing a renewed interest in the island.