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Though baseball appears to have overtaken America's sporting news, Vroman's Bookstore in Pasadena is hosting former Lakers coach Phil Jackson when he signs his new book, The Last Season, at 7:00 PM.

If you missed the free (and packed) in-store at Amoeba on Tuesday, head to the Viper Room tonight to see Declan McManus—better known as Elvis Costello—at 9:00 PM. LAist suggests buying tickets now.

The Echo and KCRW are presenting an early show featuring the music of Madeleine Peyroux with special guest Josh Haden. Doors open at 7:00 PM and tickets are $20.00 at the door. [18+]

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At the Henry Fonda Theater, see Clinic with Sons & Daughters. Tickets are $20.00; the show starts at 7:00 PM.

Meanwhile, at King King, see Split Lip Rayfield with Mike Stinson, Idaho Falls and The Weeds starting at 8:30 PM. Tickets are $10.00.

Local band Dubistry will be appearing with Fosforo at Little Pedro's Blue Bongo dowtown. Call (213) 687-3766 for more information.

At 7:30 PM, LACMA is hosting a double feature as part of the film series "The Magnificent Mirisches": The Apartment, written and directed by Billy Wilder, and The Landlord, directed by Hal Ashby.

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