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The Westside has its revenge tonight with a porn mogul and a slew of bands offered for your entertainment.

Larry Flynt has teamed up with Book Soup for an author event tonight at Hustler Hollywood. He will begin signing Sex, Lies and Politics: The Naked Truth at 7:00 PM. LAist recommends that you show up early, as the line will probably be pretty long by the time things get started.

Concrete Blonde are back together and will be performing a free in-store at Amoeba Music to celebrate the release of their new album, Mojave. The show starts at 7:00 PM.

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Tonight at the Troubadour, KCRW presents Rachael Yamagata with Johnathan Rice. Doors open at 8:00 PM and tickets are $12.00 at the door.

Every Thursday night at Finn McCool's Pub in Santa Monica, MiniBar take the stage at 9:30 PM. There's no cover, so grab a pint and enjoy a fine local band at work.

In conjunction with the exhibit Yves Klein: Air Architecture, showing through August 29 at the MAK Center LA/Schindler House, the Egyptian Theatre is screening YVES KLEIN: Pioneer of Conceptual Art, 1953-1962 at 7:30 PM. The film will be introduced by Francois Perrin, architect and curator of the exhibit.

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