November can’t be upon us already can it? School just stared like last week didn’t it? The semester is already more than half way over and midterms are fiercely charging toward us. In the face of this, getting a break and relaxing can in every way be more beneficial than studying at times. So take a break from all that hard work and watch a movie, eat some food, all the things here on the calendar this week.
Professor and book author Phil Zuckerman will be hosting a lecture that looks into the lives of atheists and agnostics from two perspectives. The first, is from the atheists and agnostics themselves, how they view the world, religion and society. The second, is how society views them.
Whitsett Room / Sierra Hall 451
7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
East-London trio shopping is a blend of genres. A mix of punk from the 1970s and 1980s and a dice of disco. A relatively new group, Shopping is still emerging and trying to make a name for itself here in the States.
1822 W. Sunset Blvd.
A few photographers and documentarists went to Long Beach after a horrible gang shooting and looked upon the skating scene. Following the lives of a few promising skaters, this documentary looks at their fight to get out of poverty through skating.
Presentation room, Oviatt Library
12:30p.m. – 2 p.m.
Continuing on the weekly ritual of Orson Welles’ movies, we will now be treated to “the Trial.” A young man finds himself in his apartment with cops surrounding him. Just then he’s put under arrest and put on trial, he now must defend himself and hopefully prove his innocence
Armer Screening Room, MZ 100
A play that celebrates the drought that us Californians are facing. This looks at a world where water is as valuable as gold and follows the greed and revolutions that follow with it.
Nordhoff Hall’s Campus Theatre
A film looking back at the life, legacy and love left by world renowned musician, Frank Sinatra. Starting from his younger years and continue to the present, this looks at who he was, what he did and how he impacted millions with his music.
The Frank Sinatra Hall at the Eileen Norris Cinema Theatre
850 W 34th St
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Clippers vs. Houston Rockets
Whether a fan of the Clippers or the Lakers, us Los Angelinos have to represent our city. Come check out the game and root for whoever it is you want to win.
1111 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Featuring Hopsin, Dizzy Wright, Jarren Benton and DJ Hoppa this concert hosts a handful of different genres and styles of music for all to enjoy.
800 W Olympic Blvd
Doors open 7 p.m.
$25 – $35
A dance show will display the act of falling, whether it be taking physical risk or something as grand as falling in love. This dance is a physical representation of both.
The Music Center
601 W Temple St
A Faery Hunt Enchantment
A performance about fairies, music and laughter, as the audience joins in and becomes a part of the story that unfolds.
Crestwood Hills Park
1000 Hanley Avenue
2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
This night will be a nice, relaxing night of jazz. With only a handful of musician, one of CSUN’s jazz groups will be performing a handful of pieces for all who attend for the evening.
Cypress Recital Hall
Acclaimed singer song-writer/guitarist Glen Hansard will be making his debut at the beautiful disney concert hall. Originally a influential part of an irish band he now makes his way to america and is starting here.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
In effort to help bring the veterans of CSUN together and honor them, the “Big Comedy” night brings together comedians such as Jay Mohr and Erik Griffin to perform their routines and get the crowd laughing.
Valley Performing Arts Center
8 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Contributed by Joseph Jackson