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Look At C Gallery

C Gallery on Broadway opened eyes when it opened its doors for the first time this fall in the East Village Arts District, and now a new exhibition is being unveiled. 

Owner Charlene Palmer, who acts as the gallery director, said, “I envisioned C Gallery on Broadway as an extension of our home, a place to bring together friends to celebrate and share our love and appreciation of art.”

To that end, the new gallery is organizing an exhibit of works by local artist Annie Clavel. With an opening reception at 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, “Everything Begins Elsewhere” features paintings inspired by the “paths between universes” and aims to “visualize the scientific exploration of the unknown.”

Clavel is a French artist who studied mathematics and computer science prior to moving to California in 2006. Of her art, she said, “Everything is open to theoretical conjecture.”

C Gallery 
is at 441 E. Broadway. Call (562) 619-6084 for an appointment or visit during open hours: 4-6 p.m. Fridays, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays, and 1-4 p.m. Sundays.

“I hope the gallery brings joy and inspiration, feeds the creative spirit, and continues to grow our family through the love of art,” Palmer said.


Nightmare Before …

Record-breaking crowds experienced frights at Queen Mary’s 2018 Dark Harbor, organizers just announced.

The 23-night haunting event with mazes and entertainment was the “most sinister season yet” and attracted a record 150,000 thrill-seekers, including celebrities such as Margot Robbie, Cara Delevingne, Vanessa Hudgens, R5, Ashley Tisdale and others.

Urban Commons, the operator of the former Cunard luxury liner, said 2018 has proven to be a successful year for the Queen Mary, with revenue up more than 7% compared to 2017, and part of that success was due to the popularity of Dark Harbor.

Currently, the Queen Mary is setting sail for the North Pole with a variety of Christmas-themed activities happening on board, including entertainment from carolers, an outdoor skating rink on the sports deck, visits from Santa and lots of holiday décor. Tickets are available now, too, for New Year’s Eve Past & Present.

Visit for details.

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