What You're Doing Tonight: Jan. 13 - NBC Southern California

What You're Doing Tonight: Jan. 13



    Be the Toast of the Breeders’ Cup
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    John Legend breaks out the soul at Gibson Amphitheatre, on Tuesday, January 13.

    JOHN LEGEND IN CONCERT: Multiple Grammys, millions of fans, that soulful voice and beautiful piano artistry. Plus he performed in an a cappella group in college, which is plain cool. Think he'll bring out some of the old faves from the alma mater? Tuesday, January 13. Gibson Amphitheatre, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City

    "ANNIE" TAP-TAP-TAPS INTO THE KODAK: Besides the fact that like 90 percent of the population knows all the songs -- or at least the rousing "Tomorrow" -- couldn't we all learn a few timely lessons from a plucky lass who doesn't let Depression-era woes rain on her parade? We think we could. January 13-18. Kodak Theatre, 6801 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood. 323-308-6300

    ANIMATION TO CRINGE BY: He's known for being the brainiac of weird cartoonry. So the historian's short-filled program entitled, and we quote, "Jerry Beck Presents Juvenile Mindrot: Inappropriate and Disturbing Kids' Cartoons" promises to include some of the oddest flicks of the bunch. (Special note: The theater says "bring your kids at your own risk"; so, maybe a babysitter?) Tuesday, January 13, 8PM. $13. Silent Movie Theatre, 611 N. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles. 323-655-2510