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Get Out: Writing, Sexing, Singing

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Mind: Are you a starving writer who needs help with your craft? UCLA is hosting its annual Writers' Faire, which features 24 free mini-classes and panel discussions in creative writing and screenwriting. The event is hosted by fall Writers' Program instructors. It starts at 10 a.m. and go through 3 p.m. today. For more information, call (310) 825-9415.Body: If you missed the first two days of EXXXOTICA never fear! There's still one more day for you to check out the latest in love and sex, while being surrounded by lots of pretty, mostly nekkid ladies. It all starts at noon and goes until 7 p.m. And if you get too overstimulated, you can go next door to HempCom and just chill.

Spirit: As in, the spirit of Serge Gainsbourg should be in attendance at the tribute to his work at the Hollywood Bowl tonight at 7 p.m. on the twentieth anniversary of his death. His longtime collaborator Jean Claude Vannier will be conducting the Hollywood Bowl orchestra, choir, and special guests Beck, Sean Lennon, Charlotte Kemp Muhl, Ed Droste, Victoria Legrand, Mike Patton, Zola Jesus, and Lulu Gainsbourg. And if you miss the tribute today, check out the premiere of the documentary about Gainsbourg at Cinefamily this Tuesday.