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Pencil This In: Art Walks in Downtown and Culver City, Emily Blunt at the Grove and Free Play Readings

Emily Blunt from Young Victoria is doing a Q&A tonight at the Grove. | Photo courtesy of Apparition.
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Golden Globe-nominee Emily Blunt will participate in a Q&A will appear after the 7:15 pm screening of The Young Victoria on tonight at Pacific’s The Grove Stadium 14. In The Young Victoria, she plays Queen Victoria to Rupert Friend’s Prince Albert. It’s one of history’s greatest romances.

The monthly Downtown Art Walk continues through 9 pm tonight. Making its debut: The Lounge, a visitor’s center at the Exchange (114 W. 5th St.); a happening where people are being asked to dress in white, bring instruments and parade through Art Walk. It starts at 7 pm at Vibiana’s Cathedral. Post Art Walk, head to the Golden Gopher with Darren Revell DJ’ing and original paintings being featured from Sumo Surfer.

From 6-9 pm Crewest Gallery hosts a live performance by Unification Theory, graffiti artist Man One, visual artist/writer Gustavo Alberto Garcia Vaca and Los Angeles artist/designer Ritzy Periwinkle. Beto Cuevas, special guest and lead singer of the Grammy award winning Spanish Rock Band “La Ley” will also be painting live. The pieces created will be specifically themed for the release of the new feature film The Book of Eli.