Global beat, Klezmatics treat, Weill and Brecht meet
Saturday the 10th
The standard synagogue fundraising dinner thinks outside the sanctuary this evening. Temple Beth Haverim has partnered with the Foundation for Jewish Camping for their annual dinner, with the goal of donating 10 percent of the evening’s proceeds to help send Jewish children in New Orleans to Jewish summer camp this summer. Emceeing the “Mardi Gras du Jieux” night will be Don Stark of “That 70’s Show,” and special guest will be his costar, Kurtwood Smith.
7 p.m. $150 (general). Four Seasons Hotel, 2 Dole Drive, Westlake Village. (818) 991- 7111.
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Musicians galore convene on our city for the Grammy Awards, which take place Feb. 11. Among them is Klezmatics lead singer Lorin Sklamberg, celebrating the group’s Grammy nomination for their “Wonder Wheel — Lyrics by Woody Guthrie” album. Root for the Yiddish roots band in the Best Contemporary World Music Album category, then show some love for Sklamberg, who performs solo in SoCal this week — in Altadena tonight, and San Diego on Feb. 17.
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Tuesday the 13th
Selections from two divergent publications of photography by Mary Ellen Mark are now on view at Fahey/Klein Gallery. “Falkland Road” features 15 disquieting dye transfer images from her published portfolio, “Falkland Road: Prostitutes of Bombay,” taken in the late 1970s and depicting the intimate lives of Bombay’s prostitutes, madams, transvestites and their children. In stark, black-and-white contrast, the gallery also presents “Twins,” Mark’s more lighthearted 2001 study of twins taking part in “The Twins Days Annual Festival” in Twinsburg, Ohio.
Thursday the 15th