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Pencil This In: How to Get Divorced by 30 and Business Films at USC

Guillaume Cote from the National Ballet of Canada is one of the dancers performing tonight at the Music Center. | Photo: Gene Schiavone
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Happy Mardi Gras, everyone! Check out LAist's suggestions on where and how to celebrate tonight before Lent starts tomorrow.

Otherwise, here are your non-Fat Tuesday event options tonight:

The Southern California Business Film Festival (Feb, 16-21) combines business and film to stimulate conversation about how financial transactions shape the way our world works and the importance of using ethics to solve pressing economic problems. Some of the festival highlights include: The opening night screening of 2081 (based on a Kurt Vonnegut story) tonight at 6 pm; a marketing and PR panel on Thursday; and a student film competition on Feb. 21, with an awards ceremony to follow. Click here for the full list of events. All screenings are free and open to the public and are being held at USC.

Rickie Lee Jones’ plays tonight for one night only at the Vista Theater to promote her new album Balm in Gilead. This year marks Rickie Lee's 30th anniversary of making music. She’ll be performing many of her classic songs as well as material from her new record.

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Renowned dancers bring various choreographers work to the Music Center tonight and tomorrow in Kings of the Dance. The three-act performance will include choreography by Frederick Ashton, Leonid Jacobson, Nacho Duato, Roland Petit, David Fernandez, Adam Hougland, Boris Eifman and Christopher Wheeldon. Performers include David Hallberg (American Ballet Theatre), Denis Matvienko (Mariinsky Ballet of St. Petersburg/formerly the Kirov Ballet), Desmond Richardson (Complexions Contemporary Ballet) and Nikolay Tsiskaridze (Bolshoi Ballet).7:30 pm. Tickets $30-$120.