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Pencil This In: Amoeba Film Series, Insomnia @ ALOUD

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Author Gayle Greene will discuss her book An Insomniac’s Slant on Sleep with Alice Wexler, research scholar at the UCLA Center for the Study of Women. Greene weaves memoir and investigation on the science of sleep -- from the perspective of a life-long insomniac. She’ll guide the audience through the “hidden terrain of a devastating and little understood condition.” The free event begins at 7 pm tonight at the Central Library as part of its ALOUD series. Reservations are recommended.

Amoeba's hosting a free Monday Movies series @ Space15Twenty in Hollywood for the month of March. There will be free Izze Soda and popcorn, director Q&A’s, guest DJs and a few more surprises. All the films are related to and tonight Amoeba screens This is the Life, a film that examines “the racial, social and musical implications of South Central Los Angeles' famed '90s Hip Hop venue The Good Life.” The film features interviews with various members of Freestyle Fellowship, Project Blowed, Busdriver, Cut Chemist, Chali 2na, 2Mex, Pigeon John and others.” Director and producer Ava Du Vernay will be attending to sign DVDs and answer questions.