Welcome to Tuesday. You are officially knee-deep into the week and there is no turning back now. You may as well hunker down and prepare for the rest of the week to play out. We have some great things for you to do once you are finished grinding away for the day and the best part is, that it won’t cost you any more than $10. Check it out in today’s Los Angeles installment of Dollars & Sense!
Tour The Walt Disney Concert Hall
Both the Guggenheim in Bilbao and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles are spiraling metal jewel-like buildings designed by America’s most popular contemporary architect, Frank Gehry.
$10 Self-guided and $15 docent led tours are available, but the only way to experience the main auditorium is to attend a concert. The Walt Disney Hall is home of the LA Philharmonic, led by one of the most exciting conductors of our times, Gustavo Dudamel.
111 South Grand Avenue
Downtown, Los Angeles
Admire The Art At The MOCA
When avant-garde New York art dealer Jeffrey Deitch became director of the MOCA in 2010, it leapt from being the one of the lesser visited museums in LA (with LACMA usually earning more attention) to the city’s premier venue for modern art. Moca’s most recent shows on street art and LA fashion designers Rodarte perfectly fit the zeitgeist.
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
152 North Central Avenue, Downtown &
MOCA Grand Avenue
250 South Grand Avenue, Downtown
Financial Tip Of The Day
Remove Your Credit Card Numbers From Your Online Accounts.
It’s easy to spend online when you have your card information stored in an account – just click and buy. The best way to break this habit is to simply delete your card from the account. That way, when you’re tempted to spend, you’ll be forced to spend the time to dig out your card – and really think about why you’re spending this money.