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South Bay Arts Calendar January 3 to 9

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File this under “The Big Man will Be Missed.” Scott Canty recently stepped down as the director of exhibitions at the Palos Verdes Art Center. This past Sunday a party was held in his honor. Among those who helped organize the event are, l-r: John Chu, Karen Wickham, Jerry Hicks, the man-of-the-hour Scott Canty, Gloria Plascencia, Sandra Chu, and Gay Durward. Photo by Bernard Fallon

File this under “The Big Man will Be Missed.” Scott Canty recently stepped down as the director of exhibitions at the Palos Verdes Art Center. This past Sunday a party was held in his honor. Among those who helped organize the event are, l-r: John Chu, Karen Wickham, Jerry Hicks, the man-of-the-hour Scott Canty, Gloria Plascencia, Sandra Chu, and Gay Durward. Photo by Bernard Fallon

Friday, January 3

The word’s out

“Talk of the Town,” the 1942 film starring Gary Grant, Jean Arthur, and Ronald Colman, screens at 8:15 on Friday and Saturday, plus 2:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, in the Old Town Music Hall, 140 Richmond St., El Segundo Tickets, $10 general; $8 seniors. (310) 322-2592 or go to OldTownMusicHall.org.

South American way

The Museum of Latin American Art (MoLAA) is beginning a series of Friday evening programs, included with paid admission to the museum (staying open until 9 p.m.). First Friday: All About Art; Second Friday: Latin American Lifestyles; Third Friday: En La Noche (art, food, drink, music); Fourth Friday: Art Workshops. (562) 437-1689 or go to molaa.org.

“The Still Wild West,” pastels by Lynn Folse Attig, “Honoring the Beauty and Traditions of California Ranch Life” will open with a reception on Saturday, Jan. 11, from 5 to 9 p.m. at 608 North, located at 608 N. Francisca Ave., Redondo Beach. Through Jan. 26. Pictured, “Tristan’s Cow.” (310) 376-5777 or go to 608north.com

“The Still Wild West,” pastels by Lynn Folse Attig, “Honoring the Beauty and Traditions of California Ranch Life” will open with a reception on Saturday, Jan. 11, from 5 to 9 p.m. at 608 North, located at 608 N. Francisca Ave., Redondo Beach. Through Jan. 26. Pictured, “Tristan’s Cow.” (310) 376-5777 or go to 608north.com

Saturday, January 4

Royalty

Helen Mirren portrays Queen Elizabeth in “The Audience,” a presentation of National Theatre Live, from London’s West End, at 7 p.m. at Temple Menorah, 1101 Camino Real, Redondo Beach. Tickets, $20 general; $18 members; $10 seniors (65+) and students. Information, grancyh@yahoo.com.

Wednesday, January 8

The coolest sound

The Sam Webster Quartet performs from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Lighthouse Café, 30 Pier Plaza, Hermosa Beach. Webster’s on drums, Adam Bravo plays organ, Will Erahn plays guitar, and Jeremy Lappitt’s on sax. No cover. (310) 376-9833.

Harmony ZappaThursday, January 9

Choreographic vandalism

“Breaking Through,” presented by the West High Dance Department, takes place at 7 p.m. on tonight (Thursday, Jan. 9) and tomorrow (Jan. 10), in the James Armstrong Theatre, 3330 Civic Center Drive, Torrance. Beginning, intermediate, and advanced students perform in their winter dance concert. Tickets, $8. Call (310) 781-7171.

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