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The UCLA Hammer Museum presents a Hammer Lecture with Alan Koch and Linda Taalman, founders of Taalman Koch Architecture, at 7:00 PM. The duo are responsible for some amazing spaces—among them Dia:Beacon in New York, a joint project with Robert Irwin. LAist has seen them speak before and can vouch that this will be an interesting evening.

Tonight is the second, and final, night to see singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb at Largo. Doors open at 8:00 PM.

Meanwhile, at the Silverlake Lounge, $7.00 will provide admission to see Mia Doi Todd, Petracovich and Holcombe Waller.

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Or, if you're feeling more like losing yourself in a darkened room amongst a throng of strangers, head for the Egyptian Theatre at 7:00 PM for a triple feature evening with filmmakers Michael and Mark Polish. See the complete trilogy of Polish films—Twin Falls Idaho, Jackpot and Northfork—followed by a discussion with the writer/actor/director duo.