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Pencil This In: Video Screening, Performance at Family; Free Ice Blendeds

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Tonight at Family, Jacob Ciocci (of the Paper Rad art collective) presents a new 20-mix of original videos and animations, and will perform 'I Let My Nightmares Go' featuring video and dance moves that “grapple with mental demons, web 2.0, G.O.D., 21st-century breakdown, real lies and fake truths, cartoon violence, and awareness bracelets.” Music will be provided by David Wightman/Fortress of Amplitude. The free screening/performance starts at 7 pm.

Time to partaaay...fiesta... the En Tu Ciudad Tour: Los Angeles stops at La Cita tonight at 8 pm. The evening features a different kind of Latin music: indie, bilingual and eclectic rock and fusion. On the bill: Very Be Careful, La Santa Cecilia, Wait.Think.Fast and numerous DJs. There’s also live T-shirt silk screenings and giveaways. There’s free cover with a secret password.

The Grammy Museum hosts “Work O' The Weavers: Celebrating America's Pioneering Folk Quartet” tonight at 7:30 pm. It’s a musical biography the trailblazing folk quartet The Weavers and their songs. The event is part of the Museum's special exhibit “Songs of Conscience, Sounds of Freedom.” The event begins at 7 pm, and tickets are $10/$8 for members.