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Pencil This In: Third Street Party, Psychedelic Radio and an Unsilent Night

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THIRD STREET PARTY
The retailers along Third Street, from Fairfax to La Cienega, are holding their annual holiday party tonight from 6-9 pm with food, drinks and special sales and events. They say that parking won't be as much of a bitch tonight because there's free valet parking at four places along the street. Check out which stores are participating tonight.

PERFORMANCE
Tonight through Dec. 19 Lost Moon Radio gives LA audiences a psychedelic hour of live comedy and music at St. Nick's Pub Cabaret Theater. "Imagine A Prairie Home Companion mating with Monty Python’s Flying Circus at the Woodstock festival. That's your starting point for The Lost Moon Radio." The evening's hosted by DJ Jupiter Jack with psychedelic songs and comedic sketches performed live by a company of seasoned comedy actors and a seven-piece band. The show starts at 8 pm.Tickets are $9 and include admission to a Live Band Karaoke set following each show.

ART WALK*
Tonight's the night for the monthly Downtown Art Walk. One of the Walk's special happenings is the 4th Annual Unsilent Night from 7:45-10 pm. There will be an electronic caroling parade for an infinite number of boomboxes. The festivities kick off at 7:45 pm at the 
Spring Street Arcade Building (
541 S. Spring St./542 S. Broadway
). Come with or without a boombox. Music will be provided. If you would like to participate with a portable boombox or Mp3 player with speakers, e-mail UnsilentNightLA@gmail.com to let them know. If you don't have a boombox, be a part of the human stereo system procession. UNSILENT NIGHT Los Angeles will also be accepting a voluntary donation of $1 for the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.