heARTbeat – Jim Coke Photography Exhibition


MADE by Millworks presents
heARTbeat: California Counterculture 1966-69
Photographs by Jim Coke
Saturday, March 10 until Tuesday, April 2

OPENING EVENT March 10, 7-10pm
(scroll to bottom to see full details about the opening, including list of performers)

Artist’s Statement: In 1991, in my hometown of Long Beach, I discovered my unprinted vintage negatives and color transparencies after being piqued by Oliver Stone’s movie, The Doors. To my surprise, the notorious rock band had lain in storage untouched since 1967, when I captured them in their prime at LA’s first rock music festival two weeks before “Light My Fire” went number one nationally.

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Best Vegan Brunch in LA!


Yes, you read that right. Our very own Wild Chive was voted Best Vegan Brunch in Los Angeles. Come down to MADE every Sunday from 9 am to 3 pm so that you too understand why. We can’t wait to feed you!

Recap of How I MADE It – January 2018

Check out the videos of How I MADE It from January 2018.
All videos by Rychard Cooper.
This How I MADE It was curated by Steven Deeble and explored the creative process.
You can purchase Steven Deeble’s novel Persistence of Vision at MADE by Millworks both in store and online.
Join us on February 9 for the next MADE Story Telling Hour(s)

Introduction:

in honor of Blaze Bernstein

Steven Deeble

Raindog

Nancy Lynee Woo

Lili De La Mora and Rodney Sellars

Pasta Making Class by Mod Foods Co.


Join us for our first pasta making class at MADE by Millworks! On Thursday, January 18th from 6-8pm, we will be teaching you the art of hand rolled orecchiettes. Translated as, “little ears,” for their shape, this variety is the perfect addition to any family meal plan. Bring a friend, an apron, and a libation to share. Book your spot today as classes fill up fast!
More info and tickets here

How I Made it – Story Telling Event


If you like The Moth, This American Life, Snap Judgement, Serial …or just love authentic storytelling, this is the place for you. Always free to attend, always an open mic story telling slot at the end for you to tell one of your stories and always a full bar … to get you loosened up and hydrated. Table seating and standing room. All ages.

January’s event is guest curated by Steven Deeble.
Musical entertainment before the talks will be provided by Lili De La Mora.

Featured speakers include:

Steven Deeble, on researching and writing his historical detective thriller, ‘Persistence of Vision’, available at MADE.
Nancy Lynée Woo will talk about creating the Long Beach Literary Arts Center.

Lili De La Mora, walking the audience through her songwriting process.

Raindog, who will talk about how he created Lummox Press and has continued to publishing poetry for over 23 years.

Bios
Steven Deeble is an award-winning writer, filmmaker, and multi-media artist. He is a Long Beach native.
He published his first novel, ‘Persistence of Vision’, in 2017.
Author website

Nancy Lynée Woo is a poet, freelance writer, editor, blogger, and community organizer. She was selected as a PEN Center USA Emerging Voices Fellow for 2015. Nancy started and currently manages a social justice-focused literary press, Lucid Moose Lit. She is a co-founder of Long Beach Literary Arts Center and a lead
organizer for FORTHE Media. She holds a degree in Sociology from UC Santa Cruz, and lives in Long Beach, California.
Poetry website

Lili De La Mora is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has performed in various combinations with Long Beach musicians for two decades. Her bands have included Side Car and current project, Miniature Houses. Lili also DJs and recently performed as a member of the Greater California Christmas Choir.
Lili’s music can be heard on YouTube, Spotify, and other websites.

Raindog took his name from an album by Tom Waits. He won the first Charles Bukowski Poetry Contest. He founded Lummox Press 23 years ago. Since then he has published poetry by a wide variety of local poets in his Little Red Book series, as well as full-sized volumes featuring collections by the likes of the late Scott
Wannberg. He has published six editions of the Lummox Poetry Journal, an annual glossy magazine-format collection of poetry and short prose from around the world. Raindog will talk about how he created Lummox Press and has continued to publish poetry for over 23 years.
Lummox Press on the WWW: Lummox Press