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Pencil This In: Bicycles, Long Beach Comic Con and Celebrating 10 Years with Dublab

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How do we make LA more bicycle friendly? The Talking Heads David Byrne wants to know tonight. / Photo by Atwater Village Newbie via LAist's flickr pool.
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JAZZ
UCLA Live presents Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
tonight at 8 pm at Royce Hall. Under Music Director Wynton Marsalis, the 15-piece resident orchestra at Jazz at Lincoln Center in NYC will perform rare historic compositions to modern jazz, including compositions and arrangements by members of the band. Tickets: $38-$85. ($15 UCLA students).

BABY COMIC COM*
The First Long Beach Comic Con takes over the Long Beach Convention Center this weekend beginning today at 3 pm. The event is sure to draw a mix of comic book collectors, fanboys (and girls), artists, gamers and special guests (including Stan Lee, Thomas Jane, Berkeley Breathed, Seth Green, Tim Bradstreet, Jeph Loeb, Jon Bogdanove and George Lazenby). Check the full list of artists and exhibitors sampling their wares.

DUBLAB
Dublab, the nonprofit web radio collective, turns 10 this month
, and they are celebrating for the next 10 days. Tonight, they’re bringing A Labrat Matinee VII to the Downtown Independent tonight at 8 pm. They’re bringing rarely seen music videos, new dublab VisionVersion films, comedy clips, out-there animation, music and cocktails after the screenings. There’s a a live performance from DAEDELUS with projections on the big screen by Dr. Strangeloop. Live t-shirt printing by HIT+RUN. $10. All ages.