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Pencil This In: 'Parks and Recreation' at PaleyFest 2012, Super Tuesday Party, and Lectures on Architecture, History

PaleyFest 2012 welcomes some of the cast and creative team from 'Parks and Recreation 'tonight. (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC)
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It's a super Tuesday tonight in LA, and we found lots of options for you including a nonpartisan primary result party at the Hammer Museum; an evening with Parks and Recreation at PaleyFest 2012; author Timothy Sndyer at ALOUD and a Jeffrey Kipnis lecture at Sci-Arc. Read on for all the details.

Tonight at 7 pm, PaleyFest 2012 contintues at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills with the cast and creators of Parks and Recreation. In person tonight are actors Amy Poehler, Chris Pratt, Jim O’Heir, Retta and creators/executive producer Greg Daniels and Michael Schur. This date was originally scheduled for The Office, which cancelled due to scheduling conflicts. All pre-purchased Office tickets will be honored tonight. Tickets: $20-$75.

Tonight at 7 pm, the Hammer Museum hosts a Super Tuesday Party, co-presented with the National League of Conservation Voters and the L.A. Chapter of Drinking Liberally. Celebrate the election season by watching the 10-state Super Tuesday Primary results roll in on giant screens. Raise a glass for democracy alongside other political junkies during this nonpartisan party. Cash bar and door prizes for those in red, white and blue attire. Free admission. Parking is available under the museum for $3 after 6 pm.

Sci-Arc presents the Jeffrey Kipnis lecture Who is Moss? tonight at 7 pm at the W.M. Keck Lecture Hall. Kipnis, professor of architectural design and theory at the Ohio State Knowlton School of Architecture, has been studying the work of SCI-Arc Director Eric Owen Moss with his students and presents their conclusions to the SCI-Arc community. Free.

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ALOUD at the Central Library presents the program Thinking the Twentieth Century with historian and co-author Timothy Snyder, who’ll be in conversation with book critic Jonathan Kirsch. They’ll discuss Snyder’s book that he wrote with the late historian Tony Judt. They’ll discuss how we can learn from the past to reform our society of the future.

*Pencil pick of the day

Want more events? Follow me on Twitter (@christineziemba). Or follow Lauren Lloyd—who takes care of Pencil on Wednesdays (@LadyyyLloyd).

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