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Pencil This In: Recycling eWaste Event at LA Live, Rant and Rave with Rogue Machine and Dance Performances with Anatomy Riot
Don't do this. Recycle your ewaste. | Photo by Suzanne Danziger (polaroid-girl) via LAist's flickr pool.
You know that throwing away batteries, old computers and cell phones is bad for the environment, so take your old electronics, junk and sporting goods to LA Live as part of America Recycles Day. LA Live is holding a public recycling collection of light bulbs, batteries and E-Waste (electronic items of all kind) with collections until 7:30 pm and an educational fair between 3-7 pm. Donations can be dropped off curbside at Nokia Plaza L.A. LIVE. Enter Chick Hearn Court from Figueroa and 11th Streets only.
RANT & RAVE*
Tonight at 8 pm is the latest installment of Rant & Rave at Rogue Machine inside Theatre Theater. A group of writers are given a topic--this time it’s “compromise”--and a time limits. Writers-performers include: David Dean Bottrell, Michael D. Cohen, Andrew Hawtry, Victoria Hoffman, Melissa Paladino and LAist’s own co-editor Lisa Brenner and former LAister Kemp Powers. Tickets: $15 (get $5 off if you can show a past due bill from the last two months).
The film series Reel Talk with Stephen Farber continues tonight the Wadsworth Theatre with a screening of the film All Good Things. It’s a true-crime mystery that follows the disappearance of the wife of New York real estate heir Robert Durst. Directed by Andrew Jarecki (Capturing the Friedmans), the film stars Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst and Frank Langella. Screening starts at 7:45 pm. $20. $10 student rush an hour before screening. In person guest: Jarecki.
The monthly dance/performance series Anatomy Riot brings its 37th installment to MiMoDa Studio tonight beginning at 8 pm. Curated by choreographer Meg Wolfe, the evening provides a platform for local dancers and artists to test out new works. Performances by Lailye Weidman; Erica Bowen; Jessica Emmanuel; Maya Gingery; Maia Harari; Kingsley Irons; Marcus Kuiland-Nazario and others. 8 pm. Tickets: $10 at the door.
Mondays mean it’s a School Night at Bardot in Hollywood, featuring and live music and DJs. On the bill: Chris Douridas & Valida at 9 pm; Rainboy Arabia at 10:30; Spoek Mathambo at 11:15; Zuzuka Poderosa at midnight; and Paul Devro at 12:30 am. (Check website for up-to-date lineup.) Free with RSVP.
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