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Pencil This In: Silent Wednesdays Shows Chaplin, Graphic Novel Author @Skylight, Mystery Beer!
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Silent Wednesdays at Cinefamily is focusing on Charlie Chaplin tonight with a screening of The Kid (1921) along with A Dog's Life (1918) both via new 35mm prints. 8PM. $10.
Join Vanessa Davis at Skylight Books in Los Feliz for a discussion and signing of her latest graphic novel "Make Me a Woman." Her autobiographical watercolor drawings enhance her "charming vignettes about being young, Jewish, and single."
Brave enough to drink beer but not know what you're drinking? Good Microbrew & Grill's Mystery Beer Night is for you, then. Hit up the restaurant between 6-10 tonight and check out unlabeled bottles and pints of beer for $3 each; if you really want to know, you can ask the bartender to reveal the brand name.
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