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Pencil This In: Anatomy Riot Dance, Rock Photography at Spaceland, The Moth GrandSLAM
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Help the dance/performance series Anatomy Riot celebrate its 5-year anniversary tonight at 8 pm at MiMoDa Studio. Hosted by Marcus Kuiland-Nazario, performers include Meg Wolfe, Ayana Hampton, cari ann shim sham, Stacy Dawson Stearns, Luiz Lopez, Sue Roginski + Marvin Rivas, Rosa Rodriguez and Alexis Weisbrod, Jillian Stein + Rebecca Bruno, Erin Beneze and Amanda Furches, Gregory Barnett, Dawn Barnett and Kenji Igus. Tickets: $10 at the door, cash only. PHOTOGRAPHY
One Night Only is a local music photographer show that happens tonight at Spaceland. See the work of local shutterbugs including LAist’s own Jeff Koga and Sterling Andrews while listening to the Radars to the Sky, George Glass, Red Cortez and Backwords. 8:30 pm. Free.
Tonight, watch clips from the show that would become TV’s classic The Honeymooners tonight at 7:30 pm at the Billy Wilder Theater in Westwood Village. The Jackie Gleason Show: The Honeymooners 1952-54 will be screened as part of UCLA Film & Television Archive’s Out of the Past series.
The Moth’s LA GrandSLAM Championship takes place at The Echoplex tonight at 8 pm. Listen to past storytelling winners compete for the GrandSLAM title. Tickets: $18.
It’s another KCRW School Night at Bardot featuring live music by Fran Healy of Travis and Carina Round. DJs include Chris Douridas of KCRW. Open Hendrick's Bar from 9-10 pm. 18+, but 21+ is FREE with RSVP.
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