Los Angeles Calendar of Events version 3.0

I recently came to the conclusion recently that the Calendar section of this site was just a train wreck. Seriously, I tried to put too much stuff into too many Calendars and it got confusing for even me to use.

Literally, I was putting every major Sports Calendar, plus every major Museum Calendar, plus…well, you get the point.

Thus, we are debuting a far simpler, and far more stress-free version of the Calendar Page. This one will just have the good stuff that I’m personally most interested in, the choicest cuts as it were. It will also have links to the other major calendars of the goings-on in and around Los Angeles.

 

MUSEUMS:

Chinese American Museum (CAM)
Craft and Folk Art Museum
The Gene Autry National Center (includes Mt. Washington Campus and Southwest Museum).
The Getty (includes the Getty Center and Villa)
Hammer Museum
The Huntington Library and Gardens
The Japanese American National Museum
LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
Museum of Tolerance
The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
The Norton Simon Museum Events
The Norton Simon Museum Exhibitions. (For some reason, they’re separate).
The Pacific Asia Museum

 

SPORTS:

Anaheim Ducks
Los Angeles Angels
Los Angeles Clippers
Los Angeles Dodgers
Los Angeles Galaxy
Los Angeles Kings
Los Angeles Lakers
UCLA Basketball
UCLA Football
USC Basketball
USC Football

 

ENTERTAINMENT:
General Los Angeles Events (via Los Angeles Magazine)
The Hollywood Bowl
Pantages Theater
Center Theater Group (includes Mark Taper Forum, Ahmanson Theater and Kirk Douglas Playhouse)
Walt Disney Concert Hall

Like most pages on Is It Any Good, there is a Comments section.  So please, feel free to leave information about upcoming events in the L.A. Area open to the public at large, and we’ll try to get ’em up on the Calendar

2 Comments

  1. nice job on the calendar. Maybe encourage readers to leave info about other events in the comments.

     
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    • Wait a minute…this is an ACTUAL comment. Whoa. Better get to work on that.

      BTW, just updated Orochon to reflect new Burbank info…which…for some reason Orochon’s own website doesn’t have. (Hell, I had to get it from Yelp!)

       
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