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Tuesday triple threat: music, art and film (after the jump). Go out and get some culture on!

MUSIC

The reunited DKT / MC5 perform tonight at The Echo, featuring vocals by Evan Dando (Lemonheads), Mark Arm (Mudhoney) and Marshall Crenshaw. Mondo Generator, new band of Nick Olvieri (ex-Queens of the Stone Age), will be opening. Doors are at 7:30 PM (18+) and tickets are $20.00. This will probably sell out so buy your tickets now!

Chicago garage rockers The Ponys are headlining at The Troubadour; The Hunches, Your Enemies Friends, The Starlite Desperation and The C fill out the bill. Doors open at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $10.00 at the door.

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The Smithsonian Exhibit of collage artist Hannelore Baron opens tonight at the University Art Museum on-campus at Cal State Long Beach. Titled Hannelore Baron: Works from 1969 to 1987, the opening reception runs from 5-7:00 PM; the show closes on July 31. Admission to the museum is $4.00 for adults, and free for UAM members and CSULB students, faculty and staff.
FILM
Double screening of two short films: Rules of the Game and Our Wonderful Life at CineSpace. First film begins at 8:00 PM. Directors Marton Varo, Jr. and Richard Salazar will be in attendance for both screenings.