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Pencil This In: Herzog and Huston Double Features

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It’s a little slow on the event front tonight, but maybe it’s better if we ease our way into the rest of 2010:

Proper Tools Records presents Piano Night #7 at Home Restaurant in Silver Lakeat 8 pm. It’s an evening focusing on local piano-based singer/songwriters. On the bill tonight are Aaron Barnhartand Edward "Tex" Miller. There’s no cover charge.

The Downtown Independent theater presents a double feature of Werner Hertzog films. Up first at 4 and 8 pm is the David Lynch-produced My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done? followed by Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans at 5:45 and 9:45 pm. See both for the price of one. $10.


The New Beverly screens two 1948 films by John Huston tonight, both starring Humphrey Bogart. Key Largo (with Bogey and Lauren Becall) starts at 7:30 pm and gold-digging adventure The Treasure of the Sierra Madre starts at 9:30 pm. Tickets are $7.

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