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Pencil This In: Jar Opens its SummerBar and Lounge, Behind the Scenes of Modern Family and Pinter Documentary Screening

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California International Theatre Festival this week. | Photo: Stones by Roy Flour
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Jar opens its SummerBar and Lounge tonight and features a new weekly LittleBites menu with $4-$13 and $10 drinks of the week (this week: white peach margaritas). The lounge hours are 5:30-10:30 pm (and later) from Sunday through Friday nights. For those in the mood for more food, Jar also starts a summer prix fixe menu that’s available with or without wine pairings ($39 or $45). The menu is not available on Saturday nights. MUSIC TALK
The Grammy Museum hosts guests Train
tonight at 8 pm for an interview and performance in the Museum’s 200-seat Sound Stage. The band members will talk about their career, musical influences and most recent album, Save Me, San Francisco. Train will take questions from the audience, perform a few of their greatest hits, and conduct a meet-and-greet with fans. Tickets: $35 and includes a copy of the new album. All proceeds benefit The Grammy Museum and The Grammy Foundation.